Springdale Football By The Numbers

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Springdale quarterback Fuller Chandler.

Springdale dropped to 0-6 on Friday in a 49-21 loss at Fayetteville.

Here’s a by-the-numbers look at the Bulldogs.

766 — Receiving yards for senior Salvador Sandoval this season, easily the best in the 7A-West. He caught nine passes for 155 yards and two touchdowns at Fayetteville. He has a team-high six touchdown catches this season.

477 — Total yards per game allowed by the Springdale defense, which gave up 480 yards Friday. The Bulldogs have allowed 450 yards or more in five of six games.

246.3 — Passing yards per game for junior quarterback Fuller Chandler, who completed 17 of 37 passes for 237 yards, two touchdowns and an interception against Fayetteville. He has 1,478 yards, 13 touchdowns and eight interceptions through six games. He’s thrown for 200 or more yards in five of six games.

110 — Fantasy Football points for Sandoval going by ESPN’s standard NFL Fantasy Football scoring, an average of 18.3 points per game. He totaled 20-plus points in four of six games, including a high of 27 at Fayetteville. By comparison, Pittsburgh receiver Antonio Brown’s 16.2 average led NFL receivers entering week six.

52 — Tackles for senior Jaime Argueta, a team-high. Junior linebacker Sam Robinson is second with 49. Each have 31 solo tackles

13 — Rushing yards on seven carries for sophomore running back Lucky Bannavong at Fayetteville in his varsity debut. He also returned three kickoffs for 49 yards.

7 — Tackles for Robinson at Fayetteville, a team-high. He had five solo stops and a forced fumble. Argueta was second with six tackles, five solo, a tackle-for-loss and a fumble recovery.

6 — Pass breakups by the Springdale defense Friday, a season-high. Senior Chris Owens had two breakups, while junior Jorge Alba and seniors Jason Martinez, Ced Oliver and David Swankier each had one.

5 — Games of six or more receptions for Sandoval, including three games with nine or more catches. He is also averaging a team-best 17.8 yards per catch.

4 — Pass breakups for Alba this year, a team-high. Owens’ three ranks second on the team.

2 — Sacks for the Springdale defense Friday after entering the game with just two in the first five weeks. Sophomore linebacker Kamryn Dickerson and junior defensive end Manuel Martinez each had one. Dickerson forced a fumble on his sack.

1 — Catch for seven yards for sophomore Kyler Williams, his first varsity reception. He has been in the rotation at receiver all year.

+1 — Turnover margin for Springdale at Fayetteville, the first time it won the turnover battle since also going plus-one against Alma in week two. The Bulldogs recovered two Fayetteville fumbles, while Fuller Chandler’s pick-six interception was Springdale’s lone giveaway.

Jimmy Carter

Jimmy Carter

Sports Reporter at NWA Media
Jimmy Carter is an award-winning sports reporter for NWA Media. His primary beat is Springdale High. He also covers Huntsville and Greenland. He is a Tulsa native and a University of Arkansas graduate.
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