The Arkansas State Red Wolves hit the field again for spring practice Wednesday afternoon. Head coach Blake Anderson was unsatisfied with how the team performed but was able to find some bright spots along the way. Junior quarterback Logan Bonner… Read More ›
JONESBORO — A new quarterback will start for the Red Wolves this season. One candidate for the job is a homegrown fan favorite.
Just 52 days after kickoff of the inaugural season, the Alliance of American Football may be done for. The league will suspend football operations indefinitely.
MEMPHIS — The Orlando Apollos needed a comeback to knock off the 2-6 Memphis Express, but they did just that, notching a 34-31 win in Memphis. In the midst of all the madness, Orlando came out of the dust with a 7th victory on the season and home-field advantage in the East title game.
MEMPHIS — The Memphis Express are the worst team in the AAF. They have only won one game and have gone through three different quarterbacks this season. With the signing of Johnny Manziel, it’s time to make it four.
TROY, Ala. – Arkansas State notched a series win against Troy thanks to a miraculous comeback in game two. The Red Wolves trailed by one run with two outs in the top of the ninth inning but found a way to pull out the 10-6 victory and their third-ever series win over the Trojans.
HOT SPRINGS, Ark. — Tournament MVP Jersey Wolfenbarger knocks down a game-winning shot with less than a second left to play in the Arkansas 6A girls state championship game. The Grizzlies won the contest 36-34. Wolfenbarger finished with 23 points…. Read More ›
HOT SPRINGS, Ark. — The Magnolia Panthers defeated Little Rock Mills in overtime in the Class 4A state championship Saturday night 78-76. The Panthers are state champions for the first time since 1997. Freshman MVP Derrian Ford finished with 28… Read More ›
HOT SPRINGS, Ark. — The England Lions clawed their way to a double-overtime win over Clarendon in the Class 2A state championship game. It’s the second title in school history.
HOT SPRINGS, Ark. — The Northside Grizzlies outlasted the Bryant Hornets to win the 6A Boys state championship, 44-41. The Grizzlies notched their second title in three years after holding the Hornets to their lowest point total of the season.