Little Rock Sports News

Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Little Rock, AR

  • 13 hrs ago | via Log Cabin Democrat 

    Mayflower-Episcopal is Hootens 3A game of the week. ...

    Episcopal has won 21 of its past 25 games, including a 54-33 victory at Mayflower Week 9 last year. Episcopal, the No.

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  • Yesterday | via NWAonline 

    Freeman the man for Episcopal plan

    Episcopal Collegiate junior wide receiver Allie Freeman, shown at the school's stadium on the campus, which is adjacent to the state capitol in Little Rock, has helped lead the Wildcats to the Class 3A quarterfinals for the second consecutive season. Subscribers must LOG-IN to read this full story.

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  • Friday Nov 21 | via First Arkansas News 

    Benton 'mercy rules' Parkview, gears up for El Dorado

    The Benton Panthers got one step closer to the Class 6A high school football championship game on Friday night by beating Parkview 49-28. Since Benton was undefeated this season and won the 6A South, the Panthers drew a bye during the first round of the playoffs last week.

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  • Tuesday Nov 18 | via FOX16 

    GAC Announces Football All Conference Team

    On Tuesday, following a vote of the Great American Conference's head football coaches, the league announced its All-Conference teams and year-end individual awards. Henderson State's Kevin Rodgers won his third Offensive Player of the Year award; Southwestern Oklahoma State's Devin Benton earned the Defensive Player of the Year; Harding's Zach Shelley picked up Freshman of the Year and Ouachita Baptist's Todd Knight received his second GAC Coach of the Year accolade.

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  • Saturday Nov 15 | via NWAonline 

    Pulaski Academy rolls on

    Pulaski Academy linebacker Reed Rickenbach tackles Blytheville fullback D'Arik Haley after a short gain during the Bruins' 49-21 victory over the Chickasaws on Friday at Hatcher Stadium in Little Rock. Subscribers must LOG-IN to read this full story.

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  • Saturday Nov 15 | via NWAonline 

    Saucier's 4 touchdowns too much for LR Central

    Rogers Heritage quarterback Jake Qualls looks downfield to pass while Little Rock Central's Malcom Williams gives chase during Friday night's Class 7A playoff game in Little Rock. Subscribers must LOG-IN to read this full story.

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  • Friday Nov 14 | via 5NEWSonline.com 

    Heritage Wins a Shocker On The Road

    The Rogers Heritage War Eagles are moving on to the 7A quarterfinals after a 35-26 win on the road over Little Rock Central.

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  • Friday Nov 14 | via The Courier 

    Little Johns excited for first 3A playoff matchup

    For the first time in school history, the Little Johns have qualified for the Class 3A state playoffs. More than that, they've done it in what many consider to be the toughest 3A in the state with contenders like the Charleston Tigers, Booneville Bearcats and Lamar Warriors.

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  • Friday Nov 14 | via NWAonline 

    Brackett Embraces QB Position

    Joel Brackett admitted he wasn't sure he could play quarterback in the 7A-West Conference before the season started. The 6-foot, 182-pound junior not only became the starting signal-caller, but led Rogers Heritage back to the playoffs.

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  • Thursday Nov 13 | via Log Cabin Democrat 

    The Sideline: Basketball season open for UCA, Hendrix

    The University of Central Arkansas and Hendrix men's and women's basketball teams open their seasons this weekend in four different locations. The Sugar Bears will open at Bowling Green, Ky., Friday night in the first round of the WNIT against Western Kentucky.

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Little Rock High Schools

Arkansas School For The Blind High School (2600 W Markham Street)
Arkansas School For The Deaf High School (2400 W Markham)
Central High School (1500 Park Street)
Hall High School (6700 H Street)
J. A. Fair Systems Magnet High School (13420 David O. Dodd)