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Prep track: Late kick leads Quandt to Tiger Relays win

It was a sprint to the finish line that determined the winner of the girls 1,600-meter run Friday night.

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Prep track: West's Jackson runs on to win pair of sprints

What might have been Northwest Arkansas' best track and field rivalry this spring isn't likely to materialize.

Fast start sends Northside back to title game

Eric Burnett could clearly be heard as he yelled "I want more" during the early stages of Fort Smith Northside's semifinal game Saturday afternoon.

Conway slips away from Northside, reaches title game

Fort Smith Northside girls coach Rickey Smith used the right strategy to get back into the Class 7A State Tournament semifinal game Saturday night.

West falls victim to NLR's fast start

Perry’s buzzer-beater in OT lifts Har-Ber past Heritage

NORTH LITTLE ROCK -- Gabe Hornsby needed just 11 seconds to enter the lane and hit a soft floater to give Bentonville West a quick lead Friday night.

Farmington falls to hang on, falls to LR Parkview

MAUMELLE -- Farmington's girls appeared to be on their way to the Class 5A State Tournament semifinals with 12 minutes remaining Friday afternoon.

Bentonville's cold spell aids Fort Smith Northside

NORTH LITTLE ROCK -- Rickey Smith didn't like what he saw when Bentonville High's girls hit three field goals in the first 3 minutes of Friday's game.

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Purple'Dogs even series, advance to semifinals

The basketball version of the "Battle of the Bulldogs" ended in a stalemate Thursday night, but it was Fayetteville's boys who cherished the win that mattered the most.

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Bulldogs' late stand stymies Hornets

Springdale earns fourth meeting against Fayetteville

Springdale High's boys were on the verge of losing their lead before Vincent Mason came through on both sides of the court.

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Class 7A girls basketball: Cold-shooting Har-Ber eliminated from tourney

Springdale Har-Ber's girls started the Class 7A state tournament by going almost 10 minutes before they scored their first point.

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