Fayetteville went to extra innings to hand Rogers Heritage its first defeat of the season. Fayetteville scored an unearned run in the bottom of the 12th inning to defeat Heritage 8-7 in 6A-West Conference baseball action Tuesday at Bulldog Stadium. Fayetteville earned the victory after losing Monday to Heritage (21-1, 11-1), which extended its winning streak to 21 consecutive with a 7-2 victory at War Eagle Stadium. Fayetteville (19-4, 8-4) won the game despite being outhit 13-8 by Heritage. The Bulldogs also made four of the game's five errors. Heritage reliever Dillon Askew and Fayetteville relievers Blake Pennington and Charlie Garton took turns putting up zeros on the scoreboard until Fayetteville managed the unearned run against Braxton Graber. "Obviously, the bullpen was huge for us," Fayetteville Coach Scott Gallagher said. To read the full article, please click the link below. ...


Fayetteville made its early lead stand up at Rogers on Friday night. Chris Cooper and Diego Gonzales each scored goals in the first half and Fayetteville hung on for a 2-1 victory over the Mounties in 6A-West Conference boys soccer action at Whitey Smith Stadium. Fayetteville had some anxious moments after Chriss Salinas scored for Rogers with 9:12 left in the match. But the Mounties (8-6, 3-1) could not get another goal past freshman Aidan McDermott, who was outstanding in goal for the Bulldogs (9-3, 2-1). "Rogers is a great team. I love playing against Rogers," Fayetteville Coach Brent Crenshaw said. "They have great players, a great coaching staff and it's always a battle. But I was really proud of my guys just to grind the last 40 minutes." To read the full article please click the link below. ...


Fayetteville swept the team titles against a heavy field during the Lake Hamilton Invitational track and field meet Friday at Wolf Stadium in Pearcy. Fayetteville's girls compiled 159 points to outscore 26 other teams at the meet. El Dorado finished a distant second with 87.5 points, followed by Lake Hamilton with 78.5, White Hall with 66 and Texarkana with 41.5. Ava Goetz led the Lady Bulldogs with a pair of first-place finishes as the Colorado signee cleared 5 feet, 4 inches to in the high jump and had a winning time of 14.99 seconds in the 100-meter hurdles. Fayetteville won six events, including a 1-2-3 finish in the 3,200 led by Emelia Hesselgren with her time of 11:46.64. Helen Hesselgren won the 800 in 2:23.03.... to read the full article please click the link below. ...


Fayetteville starts a new winning streak. The Bulldogs took an opportunity to start a new winning streak by beating the team that ended its old one. Eli Patrick pitched into the sixth inning and had two hits to lead Fayetteville to a 4-2 victory over Springdale Har-Ber on Tuesday in 6A-West Conference baseball action at Bulldog Stadium. Patrick earned the victory with relief help from Blake Pennington and Jaison DeLamar. Fayetteville (16-3, 7-3 6A-West) earned a series split after Har-Ber (16-5, 8-4) won 3-2 on Monday at Wildcat Stadium to end the Bulldogs' 11-game winning streak. Ross Felder had two hits to lead Har-Ber after Luke Cornelison had the game-winning hit against Fayetteville on Monday. To read more please go to


Solara Koser can officially say the Class 6A girls state 100-meter hurdles record is in danger of falling this spring. The Fayetteville Junior made that claim Friday afternoon as she won the event with a blistering time of 14.14 seconds during the Bulldog Relays on the Ramay Junior High course. Please click the link below for the full article. ...


Fayetteville broke out the bats Wednesday after beating Bentonville with pitching Tuesday. Jaison DeLamar had a triple, double and single to lead Fayetteville to a 9-6 victory over Bentonville Wednesday in 6A-West Conference baseball action at the Tiger Athletic Complex. Landon Holtzhauer added two doubles for Fayetteville, which outhit Bentonville 11-7. DeLamar went to the mound in the seventh inning and recorded the final two outs after Bentonville scored twice to cut its deficit to 9-6. Bentonville brought the winning run to the plate against DeLamar, who ended the game by striking out Connor Davis with the bases loaded. "Jaison's a gamer, he's a player," Fayetteville Coach Scott Gallagher said. "He's been rolling lately, and he put some really good swings on the baseball. To continue reading this article, please click on the link below. ...