The 23-24 Swim Team put in work at Wilson Park Pool to bond as a team and get pumped up for the season. They competed in small teams - Blueberry Muffins, Red Rabbid Rabbits, and Fishies - to complete challenges, win races, learn names, and work together. ...


Jeff Boogaart was recently named the Head Boys Basketball Coach at Woodland Junior High School. He has been at Fayetteville High School as the Head Freshman Boys Basketball Coach and varsity boys assistant for the last eight years. In his time at FHS, his 9th grade teams won 5 conference championships, 3 regional/final four championships, while compiling a record of 155-35, including a perfect 24-0 mark in 2022-2023. He will be returning to Woodland, where he was the jr. high boys coach there for 12 years, before coming to the high school. @woodlandBOYSbb ...


When: May 31 - June 2 Time: 9:00-11:30 AM (Registration/Check-in begins at 8:30 on May 31) Where: FHS Bulldog Arena Who: Boys or girls, 1st-8th grade (23-24 school year) Cost: $80 pre-registered; $85 at the door Paid at the door with cash or card on May 31 Venmo "@FHSBulldog-Basketball" noted as "Purple2023" A check made payable to "FHS Boys Basketball Booster Club" can be mailed to: FHS Basketball, Attn.: Brad Stamps 994 Martin Luther King Fayetteville, AR 72701 LINK:


ROGERS -- There will a new state champion crowned in Class 6A boys basketball this season, and Max Vollmer had a lot to do with it. The 6-3 senior, listed as a guard on Fayetteville's roster, played his biggest role in the fourth quarter and led the Bulldogs to a 59-50 victory over two-time defending champion North Little Rock during Wednesday's opening-round action in Mountie Arena. Vollmer scored nine of his 11 points in the fourth quarter and allowed Fayetteville (21-9) to turn a six-point lead into a 54-42 cushion at the midway point. "I grew quick, so I've played inside all my life," Vollmer said. "I didn't keep growing, so I'm a little big man. But I'm still a big man at heart. I just kept playing hard, and my teammates kept giving me the ball." The Bulldogs never trailed after breaking a 15-15 tie to start the second quarter as Jadyn Haney scored inside, followed by Ornette Gaines' three-pointer and a three-point play by Xavier Brown for a 23-15 lead. Fayetteville enjoyed a 31-26 halftime cushion, but North Little Rock (17-10) pulled within one on two occasions in the third quarter before the Bulldogs took a 45-37 lead into the final 8 minutes. Braylon Frazier's bucket pulled the Charging Wildcats within six before Vollmer went to work. His three-point play gave Fayetteville its first double-digit lead, 50-39, with 6:41 remaining, and he scored twiee more before Quenci Bradford's three-point play made 57-42 with 2:21 remaining. "I don't know if Max Vollmer is on anybody else's scouting report," Fayetteville Coach Brad Stamps said. "But he's dang sure on ours. You just can't match his level of intensity. "He's a senior, so he's got some urgency -- that refuse-to-lose mentality that you're looking for. All seniors you'll see this week will put out great effort because it's their last time, but I'm proud of him. I thought he was tremendous." Gaines had two clutch three-pointers after North Little Rock made it a one-point game in the third quarter and finished with 15 to lead Fayetteville, which advances to a 5:30 p.m. quarterfinal game Friday against Bentonville West. Vollmer and Bradford added 11 apiece. Blake Segars scored all 11 of his points in the first quarter and was the only Charging Wildcat in double figures....


The new 2022 physical form has been uploaded and can be found in the Forms section for each team and also on the website under the Athletics menu, then "Forms". It is also accessible on the app on any HUB section of the app. ...


Information from the 2022 parent meeting on 3/13/22 will be posted on the website. You will be able to find the following information. Coach Dick's Presentation Booster Club Info Calendar (in presentation) And in the near future we will be posting additional information on the Football Team Section of the website and app. Website>Sports>Football>find the form or link you need on that page. App>HUB Alerts>Fayetteville High>Football or App>Teams (at bottom)>Football>HUB...