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PREP FOOTBALL: Greenwood rolls past Little Rock Hall

The Greenwood offense was held to a three-and-out punt on its initial drive of the game, but the Bulldogs got it going after that on a rainy Friday night at Smith-Robinson Stadium.

PREP FOOTBALL: Greenwood rolls over Sand Springs Page

Senior wide receiver Luke Leonard showed again Friday night he could just be the leading option the Greenwood Bulldogs have been seeking.

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Southside rides high with heralded sophomores

Steve Haaser has seen many talented sophomore classes in the past 40 seasons as the coach of Fort Smith Southside's volleyball program.

Basketball: Ozark Lady Hillbillies remain undefeated

Ozark boys pull away late

PARIS -- The Ozark Lady Hillbillies escaped Paris Arena with a victory Friday night to remain unbeaten.

Basketball: Kinney leads Van Buren past West

Wolverines clamp down Pointers

VAN BUREN -- Van Buren senior guard Jamilyn Kinney provided just the spark needed Friday night at Clair Bates Arena.

Basketball: FS Northside locks down TofC title

FORT SMITH -- Fort Smith Northside slowed it down and found efficient shots to pull away when it mattered most Saturday night at Kaundart-Grizzly Fieldhouse.

Football: Alma uses second-half surge to get past White Hall

Alma coach Doug Loughridge has said all year that his squad is a second-half team.

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Baseball: Cooper, Lions make history

It has been a long journey for University of Arkansas at Fort Smith sixth-year senior Kasey Cooper, but his final season has been worth the wait.

Baseball: Consistent play key as Pointers defeat Wildcats

Springdale Har-Ber fails to keep pace with Van Buren

Van Buren got its offense going early and often, then the Pointers put the game out of reach late with key hits.

Basketball: Van Buren rallies past Rogers

Late run dooms Lady Mounties on the road

Junior guard Jamilyn Kinney made the plays Van Buren needed down the stretch to pull away Tuesday night at Clair Bates Arena.

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