S Pioneers overcome Babcats for homecoming win

GENTRY -- In the first half, it looked like the Pioneers had all under control and would easily add a big win to the other homecoming festivities of the week, but the visiting Bobcats didn't go down without a fight, scoring a touchdown in the second quarter and two in the third to make the final, 38-22, in favor of Gentry. Gentry took the lead early in the first quarter with a touchdown run by C.J. Taylor; and Taylor, along with Cole Cripps and the Faulkenberry brothers, Jake and Jon, continued to find holes and pick up long yardage for the Pioneers. Continue Reading »

S Lady Pionners have disappointing week

GENTRY -- It was another disappointing week for the Lady Pioneers on the volleyball court in games at Berryville on Sept. 29 and on their home court in Gentry on Thursday, with the Gentry girls unable to win a single set. Continue Reading »

S Prairie Grove rolls past Gravette

PRAIRIE GROVE -- Blake Faulk accounted for 238 total yards of offense and scored five touchdowns as Prairie Grove won its fourth straight game with a 44-19 win over Gravette on Friday night. Continue Reading »

S Bulldogs lose to JC Westside

DECATUR -- The Decatur Bulldog football team traveled south to take on the Rebels of Johnson County Westside at Coal Hill on Friday in a conference game. The Rebels were 2 and 2 overall and 2 and 1 in conference play, while the Bulldogs were 0 and 4 overall and 0 and 2 in conference play going into Friday night's contest. Continue Reading »

S Bulldog senior volleyball loses third straight, junior varsity wins

DECATUR -- In its first two meetings, the Decatur Bulldogs senior volleyball team managed two impressive victories over the Charleston Tigers. The third time around, however, turned out to be less of a charm as the Lady Tigers took their first win over the Lady Bulldogs in three straight sets. Continue Reading »

S Prairie Grove athlete not alone in his fight against cancer

GRAVETTE -- Imagine going to the doctor because of some pain in your foot only to be told the stunning news months later the foot has to be amputated. Continue Reading »

S Moorman, Gravette whip Lincoln Lions, score two touchdowns in first quarter in span of two minutes

GRAVETTE -- Gravette quarterback Bryce Moorman threw four touchdown passes -- including three in the second half -- as the Lions whipped Lincoln, 49-21, Friday night at Lions Stadium. We knew going in (Gravette) was a good football team," Lincoln coach Don Harrison said. "Coach (Bill) Harrelson does an awesome job with his kids. We played hard and the kids had a good attitude. We're going in the right direction." Harrison added that he expects Gravette to finish first or second in conference. Continue Reading »

S Pea Ridge proves too much for Gentry

PEA RIDGE --The Blackhawks swooped down on the visiting Pioneers Friday night, sending them home with a with a 72-34 loss. Zaine Holley rushed for 337 yards and seven touchdowns to lead Pea Ridge to the convincing win. Continue Reading »

S Bulldogs stung by Hornets

DECATUR -- The Decatur Bulldogs, coming off of a loss to Mountainburg during homecoming on Sept. 18, faced a stinging defeat from the Hackett Hornets Sept. 25 at Bulldog Stadium in Decatur. This was the second conference game of the 2015 season. Continue Reading »

S Gravette snaps Decatur's five-match winning streak

Decatur falls to Elkins at home

DECATUR -- The Decatur Bulldog volleyball team traveled north on Sept. 21 to take on the Gravette Lady Lions in it's very first match between the two west-side schools. The match saw the Lady Lions snap the Lady Bulldogs' winning streak in three straight sets. Continue Reading »

Gravette girls overpower Gentry

The Lady Lions soundly defeated the Lady Pioneers on Sept. 22 in Gentry, winning in three straight sets, 25-17, 25-17 and 25-14. Though the Gentry girls fought hard, they were unable to stop the kill shots of Shannon McKnight, Amanda and Stephanie Pinter and Misa Satchel. Dakota Webb and Haley Borgeteien-James pounded some in there for Gentry, but it wasn’t enough. Continue Reading »