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Barlow, Dye ink letters of intent

Feb 08, 2016 2:37pm

Van Buren’s Jordan Barlow and Jaylynn Dye each signed letters of intent to carry their academic and athletic careers to the next level during a ceremony on Wednesday at the Clair Bates Arena.


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<p>photo by GEORGE “CLAY” MITCHELL • Cedarville’s Levi Coughran passes the ball during the second half of the Nov. 23 game at home against Mountainburg.</p>

JH Basketball: Pirates win in overtime

Nov 30, 2015 11:05am

The Cedarville Pirates rallied in the second half to tie up the game and defeated Mountainburg 37-35 in overtime Monday at home.

Dillon Hancock grabbed a defensive rebound drove the length...

Prep Football: Dragons shut down Hermits in 2nd half

Nov 14, 2015 11:05am

Mountainburg found a way to shut down Hermitage’s potent offense down in the second half and defeated Hermitage (4-4) the first round of the Class 2A playoffs with a 43-20 win at Dragon Field....

<p>photo by GEORGE “CLAY” MITCHELL • Van Buren’s Denae Goodwin (right) gets ready to sign her Division II letter of intent at Clair Bates Arena on Nov. 11, 2015 with her mom, Deverlyn Goodwin. Deane will join Southeastern Oklahoma to play basketball for the Savage Storm.</p>

Quartet ink letters of intent to continue athletic careers

Nov 14, 2015 5:05am

Van Buren had a celebration of sorts this past week as four student-athletes signed National Letters of Intent to continue their education and athletic careers at the college level.


<p>photo by TWILA KING • Pleasant View’s Jaret Chambers and Adam Hoyle get tied with a Lavaca player during Thursday’s contest.</p>

JH Basketball: Dragons win opener

Nov 14, 2015 11:05am

Mountainburg grabbed the wins in their 2016 debut agianst Pleasant View.

The Lady Dragons won 38-22 and the Dragons won 36-26.

The Lady Hornets led 9-5 after the first quarter, but the...

Hogs: LSU game still holds meaning

Nov 14, 2015 11:05am

FAYETTEVILLE - The Golden Boot isn’t played for on the final Friday in November anymore. The traditionally year-end game between Arkansas and LSU now comes sooner than that as the Tigers preferred...

<p>photo by VONDA NORWOOD • Van Buren senior Brad Rodriguez (middle) poses with his brothers T.J. and Roberto. All three were kickers for the Pointer football team and on the soccer team. T.J. was part of the Van Buren team that won the state soccer title.</p>

Prep Football: Area teams enter post-season

Nov 11, 2015 11:05am

There’s an old saying: Championships are built in the off-season.

If that’s the case, Van Buren is starting this week.

The team will have just a few days off before the ninth graders...

<p>photo by TAMMY HOBSON • Cedarville’s Damian King carries against Marshall on Oct 23, 2015, at Glen Wisely Field. Cedarville hosts Mountain View on Friday.</p>

Prep Football: Playoff hopes remain in final contests

Nov 04, 2015 10:25pm

It’s Week 10 and it’s looking at the playoff picture time.

Van Buren and Cedarville are very much alive with a win on Friday. Alma’s fate is still in flux dependent upon how the Airedales...

<p>photo by DAVID G. SCHOOK • Arkansas running back Alex Collins leaves behind a trail of defenders and teammates as he stretches for the end zone on Oct. 31, 2015, at Razorback Stadium in Fayetteville.</p>

Hogs: Team faces Ole Miss

Nov 04, 2015 11:00pm

FAYETTEVILLE – A .500 record stares Arkansas in the face. Two games remain on the road. Two games remain at home. Par is needed for a second consecutive bowl-eligible season. And the team with...

Prep Football: Alma wins fifth straight against Van Buren

Oct 31, 2015 10:05am

When the game tightened up and the rains came on Friday night, Alma saddled up its offensive line in the second half.

The Airedales scored on their first three series of the third quarter...

Prep Football: Stephenson reaches 4,000; Dragons beat Magazine

Oct 31, 2015 10:05am

Mountainburg’s Clayton Stephenson took the option pitch from quarterback Bobby Pixley and ran 20 yards for the touchdown on his fourth carry of the game.

It was one more yard than he needed...

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