Tickets can be purchased on the Arkansas Activities Association (AAA) app or at this link:


IMPORTANT TICKET AND VENUE INFORMATION – FALL 2020 FAYETTEVILLE HIGH SCHOOL BULLDOGS • Three options to gain entry to the football stadium – Football Season pass, e-ticket or AAA pass. • Paper tickets and Senior Passes (Golden Years Pass) will not be used or honored this Fall. • No refunds will be given for ANY reason. All pass, e-ticket and parking pass sales are final. SEASON AND SPORT PASSES Football Season passes will on go sale Monday, August 24th at 8am at the FHS Athletics office. Exact change or check is required. Football season passes are $50 per person and are good for all games 7th-12th grade (Jr. High through High School Varsity). PLEASE NOTE: Football Season Passes STRONGLY encouraged and are the ONLY way to guarantee entry to the event due to the state mandated venue capacity guidelines and restrictions. E-TICKETING OPTION For those not buying passes, you may buy individual game e-tickets on the athletics website or app. App: Menu >Tickets SEASON TICKETS AND PARKING PASSES Due to the capacity guidelines and restrictions, we will not be able to offer reserved seating this year. However, if you bought season tickets last year, the email address on file will be used to send instructions on how to buy a parking pass. If you bought reserved seats last year and do not receive an email by August 22nd, please contact the athletic office. Parking Passes will be sold at the Athletic office for Varsity Football games only. Non-season ticket holders will have an opportunity to buy parking passes AFTER a pre-sell period for last year’s season ticket holders. Parking Passes are limited to the first 100 households (one per household). Additional information on the Parking Passes will be posted on the website, app and social media the week of August 24th. STADIUM INFORMATION No walk up ticket purchases and no cash accepted at the ticket booth. Must have a valid pass or e-ticket on the app to gain entry. A mask must be on at all times. Sit with your immediate household only. Households must be 6 feet apart or 4 seats. Every other row is blocked off. CONTACT INFO: FHS Athletics Office 915 West Clinton Drive, Fayetteville 479-973-8683 Revised 8/19/20 ...


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Ciera Arnold and Allie Bowerman had two hits and drove in two runs apiece as Fayetteville remained unbeaten with a victory at home over Berryville. The Lady Bulldogs (4-0) had a 2-1 lead after three innings but pulled away with a solo tally in the fourth, two runs in the fifth and four more in the sixth. Karlee Stonesifer threw six innings and struck out six, and she helped her cause by driving in two runs....


A busy night from Jayden Williams turned out to be a good thing for Conway. The junior forward had 16 points, 13 rebounds, 5 blocks and 4 steals as the Wampus Cats beat Fayetteville in the semifinals at Hornet Arena. "We challenged him in this one because when we played Fayetteville in December, their bigs outran our bigs all night," Conway Coach Brian "Salty" Longing said. "He responded big time. He's been playing well since about the end of January, but for him to do what he did in this one, when we needed it, was huge." Senior guard Trey Tull had 14 points and junior guard Bryce Bohannon added 11 for Conway (21-8), which held on despite holding a nine-point lead with 1:20 left in the game. The Wampus Cats led 51-42, but Fayetteville (20-9) scored six points in 36 seconds to get within 51-48. Bohannon and senior forward Caleb London added free throws to push Conway's lead to five, and Williams stole a pass from Fayetteville moments later to ice it for the Wampus Cats. Junior center Tamaury Releford scored 16 points to pace the Bulldogs....


Sasha Goforth didn't have the big scoring game that Fayetteville is accustomed to Saturday night, but she had the remedy for the Lady Bulldogs' late ailment. The senior guard scored the go-ahead basket on a driving layup with 11 seconds left to help Fayetteville outlast top-ranked Fort Smith Northside 55-53 in the semifinals of the Class 6A girls state tournament at Hornet Arena. Senior guard Coriah Beck scored a game-high 24 points for Fayetteville (23-5), which had its hopes crushed in triple overtime by Northside in last year's semifinal. Goforth finished with 10 points and Claudia Bridges had nine, all on three-pointers, for the Lady Bulldogs, who will make their return to the state finals for the first time since winning the title in 2017. Fayetteville will face Bentonville at 6 p.m. on Saturday at Bank OZK Arena in Hot Springs....