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LR Christian's Weddle Week 6 Player of the Week
By Leland Barclay -- Little Rock Christian is the smallest school in the 5A-West, but the Warriors have the most dynamic trio in the conference.
A Look Back at Week 6
By Leland Barclay -- In what could be the most exciting classification this season, Central Arkansas Christian fired the first salvo with its 38-28 win over Nashville in a key Class 4A game on Friday.
The Lights Come Back On At Barton
By Rich Sanders
Week 5 Stat Leaders
Bentonville's Anthony Blackmon was the first running back to go over the 1,000-yard mark last week. Here are up-to-date and week 5 stat leaders:
Fearless 50 (September Bonus)
Here are some the top performances we either didn't get the information in time or just missed out on making that week's Fearless 50 during the month of September.
Conference standings, thus far.
Football Conference Alignments for 2008 and 2009
Following are football conference alignments for 2008 and 2009 season as released by the Arkansas Activities Association on Thursday:
Fearless 50 (Week 5)
Another week, some more great performances by some of the states top football players.
Lonoke's Elam Week 5 Player of the Week
By Leland Barclay -- Ronnie Elam caught a glimpse of the past on Friday night as he sat and watched his son, Rollins, throw for 452 yards and three touchdowns in Lonoke's 45-14 win over England.
A Look Back at Week 5
By Leland Barclay Under head coach Jeff Holt, the Russellville Cyclones have won some big games.
Week 4 Stat Leaders
Not even at the half-way point of the season, nine quarterbacks are already over the 1,000-yard mark for the season. See below for the current up-to-date stats as well as the leaders in week four of the season.
Murfreesboro's McRae Week 4 Player of the Week
By Leland Barclay Murfreesboro head coach Jay Turley knew pretty quickly Friday night that quarterback Marc McRae was on the way to a big night.
Fearless 50 (Week 4)
See who seperated themselves from the rest in week 4 of the high school football season
A Look Back at Week 4
By Leland Barclay Texarkana of Class 6A, the top-ranked team overall, remained perfect against teams from Arkansas and began its march toward consecutive state titles with an easy win in the conference opener.
Fayetteville vs Springdale -- The State's Best Rivalry
By Rich Sanders The Battle of the Bulldogs. There is no better rivalry in the state of Arkansas and, in our lifetimes, there never will be a better rivalry on the high-school level.
Week 3 Stat Leaders
In a trend that continues in the age of high-octane Spread offenses, Pulaski Academy's Spencer Keith reached the 1,000-yard mark in just the third game of the season in Friday's loss to Pine Bluff Dollarway. Following are the rest of the leaders through week 3 of the season.
Bentonville's Blackmon Week 3 Player of the Week
Bentonville's Anthony Blackmon didn't like it when his grade-point-average slipped below 4.0 to 3.9 recently despite working two jobs and taking honor's classes.
Fearless 50 (Week 3)
The Fearless 50 top performances, with a Beebe flare in week 3
A Look Back at Week 3
Life can be lonely at the top. Only four teams ranked in the Class 7A top 10 were victorious last week with top-ranked Little Rock Central failing to carry the banner of the state’s largest classification by dropping a 13-7 decision to Texarkana, the No. 1 team and defending state champion in Class 6A.
Week 2 Stat Leaders
Quarterbacks continued to put up big numbers in week 2 with Drew Stringfellow of Central Arkansas Christian assaulting the record books. Stringfellow became the 25th quarterback in state history to go over the 7,000-yard mark in the opening week of the season.