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BERGMAN — There have been some tough matchups on the docket at the Panther Palace in Bergman during the Holiday Hoopsgiving. more
OMAHA — A pair of junior high games filled the docket on Friday night as Ozark Mountain visited the Eagles Nest at Omaha. more
BERRYVILLE — The Lady Goblins of Harrison continued preparation for their new alignment in the 5A-West with a familiar opponent from their old conference. more
BERGMAN — Bergman’s basketball festival allowed two area teams to match skills against other teams across the state. more
FLIPPIN — Saturday was the culmination of the Flippin Tournament. more
There’s some potentially very good basketball right around the corner. I’m not talking professionally or collegiate even though there might be some of that as well. I’m talking about on the high school hardwood where people actually have a vested interest on a personal level because it consists of kids sweating for the passion of the game and not getting paid for their name, image or likeness. They’re hustling for the simple purpose of winning. It won’t be the typical cheering and calling the Hogs just because I’ve invested in the color red as well as varieties of apparel, posters, license plates and soft, fuzzy blankets. Those things are nice but on a high school level it just means more. It’s more personal. more
KINGSTON — There is no place like home. more
FLIPPIN — The field is narrowing in the Flippin Tournament. more
FLIPPIN — Action in the Flippin Tournament continued on Wednesday night. more
THADEN — Omaha headed west on Tuesday for non-conference basketball action. Their eastward trek later that evening was accompanied with three wins. more
BERGMAN — The banner around the Panther Palace on Tuesday night could not have been more accurate. The odds were in the favor of the Bergman squads as they hosted Marshall for non-conference basketball action. Each of the home teams highlighted a 41-point effort from their top scorer. more
BERRYVILLE — A familiar matchup kept the hardwood warm on Tuesday night at Bobcat Arena, when the Lady Bobcats hosted Green Forest. more
CLINTON — Berryville’s second game in the Clinton Tournament had a very different result from its first. more
Less than a year ago, fans across the Southeastern Conference were mocking new LSU coach Brian Kelly for trying to talk Southern. more
HIGHLAND — A team needs to be consistent and Harrison’s basketball team was that on Monday night in the season opener at Highland. more
FLIPPIN — Tournament action in Flippin was cut short on Monday but two games were able to get accomplished as the brackets begin to take shape. more
WYNNE — Things ended just too soon for the Harrison Goblin football team. more
ALPENA — A busy week on the hardwood came to an exciting finish on Thursday night when Alpena hosted Rural Special. more
MARSHALL — Saturday’s championship game of the Marshall Junior Boys Tournament has been set. more
WYNNE -- For the second season in a row, the Harrison Goblins made an early exit from the Class 5A State Football Playoffs. Wynne defeated the Goblins, 27-24. The Yellow Jackets scored in the … more
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