After trailing at halftime, 12-10, the Marshfield High School football team staged a second-half rally, keyed by a long interception return by defensive end Ayden Rouse to beat Bolivar in the first round of post season play Friday night, 24-20.
The Marshfield High School football team was boosted by a pair of back-to-back touchdown runs of more than 70 yards each by junior Brennan Espy in its 28-0 win Friday night over visiting Nevada.
After a fumble-plagued first half left the Marshfield High School football team on the short end of a 14-0 halftime score, the Blue Jays made a heroic comeback in a growing monsoon. But their second-half surge fell just short, as Mt. Vernon was able to escape with the 14-12 win.
The Marshfield High School football team looked poised, focused and ready to go in its season opener Friday Night at home against the Mustangs of McDonald County. The Blue Jays enjoyed a 41-7 win in the district contest.
FAYETTEVILLE — University of Arkansas Football Coach Chad Morris acknowledged Wednesday “a few” of the Razorbacks did participate in Wednesday’s final spring practice pending an investigation of a reported altercation at a fraternity house on campus.
FAYETTEVILLE — Perhaps, the Arkansas Razorbacks say in retrospect, it’s better that heading into tonight’s start of a 3-game SEC series at Baum Stadium against South Carolina that they had to come back with four runs in the eighth to escape Grambling State 7-6 Tuesday night at Dickey-Stephens Park in North Little Rock than obliterate Grambling State as anticipated in a presumed nonconference mismatch.
LITTLE ROCK — It sleeted Saturday when new Arkansas Coach Chad Morris first saw assembling what would be an announced 7,000 that appeared perhaps slightly more numerous than estimated at War Memorial Stadium.
FAYETTEVILLE — Those attending the Arkansas Razorbacks’ free admission, SEC Network televised Red-White intrasquad football game at 1 p.m. Saturday at War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock will be in fast company.
FAYETTEVILLE — Reporting early to the University of Arkansas for 2017 football as a January enrolled December high school graduate in spring ball didn’t head start Maleek Williams beyond redshirting at running back last fall.
The Logan-Rogersville School District recently announced that Mark Talbert has been selected as the new high school head football coach beginning with the 2018-2019 season. Current coach Doug Smith announced his retirement in December.
A fourth-quarter rally by the Strafford High School football team made a game out of the Indians’ district semifinal game against Mountain Grove, but it wasn’t enough to overtake the Panthers, who advanced to the district final with a 33-21 win Friday night at Mountain Grove.
With a 35-27 victory last Friday night over the Houston Tigers in their opening-round game of the district playoffs, the Strafford High School football team has a chance to avenge one of its two losses of the season this Friday against Mountain Grove in the district semifinal round of the Cl…
The 2017 season came to an end for the Marshfield High School football team Friday night, as the Blue Jays fell, 54-0, at top-rated Webb City. The Blue Jays’ season ended with a 2-8 record.
The Logan-Rogersville High School football team played its final home game of the 2017 regular season Friday, and was given perhaps a tougher game than anticipated by visiting Buffalo. Although the Wildcats held on for the win, the Bison scored 15 fourth-quarter points to pull to within a si…
The Strafford High School football team had a tough defensive battle in its final regular-season contest of 2017 Friday night, emerging on top of a 13-10 verdict on the road at Ash Grove.
The Marshfield High School football team got a bigger contribution from its offense than it's seen all season and the defense came up big at just the right moment to outlast the Hollister Tigers 43-40 Friday night in Hollister.
The Logan-Rogersville High School football team undoubtedly came into Friday’s game at Neosho against the combined forces of Neosho and Neosho Christian with fairly high expectations. The 4-2 Wildcats had just beaten Bolivar for the first time in over a decade, while Neosho was winless on th…
It wasn’t the result the team would have chosen for its Homecoming game — or any other, for that matter — as the Marshfield High School football team was thumped Friday by visiting Reeds Spring, 48-14.
Senior Drew Stoll scored three touchdowns to lead the Strafford High School football team to a 34-6 win Friday against Fair Grove as the Indians improved to 4-2 on the season.
The final score doesn’t tell the real story — not by any means. Although the Marshfield High School football team lost to Branson Friday night by a score of 26-7, the contest was a tooth-and-nail struggle for its first three quarters.