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Lady Hornets’ quartet earn post-season honors1
Bryant bids to be David to Bentonville’s Goliath2
Kelly Williams (Photo by Kevin Nagle)3
Freshman girls ride fast start to first victory4
Annual Gala benefits Bryant Boys and Girls Club5
Second-half surge lifts Pulaski Academy past Bryant freshmen6
Lady Hornets’ quartet earn post-season honors

Lady Hornets' quartet earn post-season honors

Bryant Lady Hornets Britney Sahlmann has been voted all-State and all-conference while Allie Anderson earned all-State tournament and all-conference honors for their ...

Bryant bids to be David to Bentonville’s Goliath

Bryant bids to be David to Bentonville's Goliath

File photo by Rick Nation As was the case the previous two times the Bryant Hornets traveled to Bentonville to play in the ...

Kelly Williams (Photo by Kevin Nagle)

Lady Hornets struggle early against Pulaski Academy defense

Photos by Kevin Nagle Playing like they were in midseason form, the Pulaski Academy Junior Lady Bruins rushed to a 19-2 lead before ...

Freshman girls ride fast start to first victory

Freshman girls ride fast start to first victory

Photos by Kevin Nagle The Bryant Lady Hornets freshman team surged to an 11-2 lead in the first quarter on their way to ...

Annual Gala benefits Bryant Boys and Girls Club

Annual Gala benefits Bryant Boys and Girls Club

Presented by Landers of Saline County, The 4th annual Starlight Gala, “A Gatsby Affair,” presented by Landers of Saline County will be ...

Second-half surge lifts Pulaski Academy past Bryant freshmen

Second-half surge lifts Pulaski Academy past Bryant freshmen

Photos by Kevin Nagle The 2013-14 Bryant White Hornets eighth grade team of Bryant Middle School and the 2013-14 Bryant Blue Hornets eighth ...

Bentonville has to come from behind to escape Hornets’ upset bid

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BENTONVILLE — Goliath staggered but, in the end, did not fall. The Bryant Hornets were less than nine minutes from stunning the defending Class 7A State champion Bentonville Tigers on Friday night. The Hornets had taken a 7-3 lead just before halftime and the defense, which had stymied the Tigers over the first 24 minutes, […]

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Class 7A State playoffs, updated

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CLASS 7A 2014 State Playoffs Friday, Nov. 14 Game 1 — Rogers Heritage (3-7) (West 6) 35, Little Rock Central (6-4) (East 2) 26 Game 2 — Fayetteville (8-2) (West 4) 35, Cabot (6-4) (East 3) 14 Game 3 — Bryant (8-1-1) (Central 2) 28, Springdale Har-Ber (3-7) (West 5) 27 Game 4 — FS […]

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Blue Hornets absorb first loss in tourney final

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LITTLE ROCK — In the championship game of the Anthony School tournament, the Bryant Blue Hornets eighth grade team of Bethel Middle School absorbed their first loss of the season 44-36 to the Joe T. Robinson Junior Senators. “It was a tough back-and-forth game,” said Hornets coach Dominic Lincoln. “We ran out of gase in […]

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Lady Hornets’ quartet earn post-season honors

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Bryant Lady Hornets Britney Sahlmann has been voted all-State and all-conference while Allie Anderson earned all-State tournament and all-conference honors for their play in the 2014 high school volleyball season. In addition, Whitney Brown and Nikki Clay earned all-conference honorable mention. “These awards were voted on by all the coaches from our conference,” said Lawrence […]

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Bryant bids to be David to Bentonville’s Goliath

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File photo by Rick Nation As was the case the previous two times the Bryant Hornets traveled to Bentonville to play in the Class 7A playoffs (2010 and 2008), few prognosticators give the Hornets much of a chance against the Tigers tonight. In fact, a Bryant win in the quarterfinals would be considered an upset […]

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Lady Hornets struggle early against Pulaski Academy defense

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Photos by Kevin Nagle Playing like they were in midseason form, the Pulaski Academy Junior Lady Bruins rushed to a 19-2 lead before the first quarter was over Thursday night against the Bryant Lady Hornets freshmen. It was partly because they kind of are in midseason form. Like some teams, PA’s players play lots of […]

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BHS teacher recognized by Economics Arkansas

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LITTLE ROCK — Douglas Vann of Bryant High School is among 13 Arkansas public school teachers who were honored for excellence in economic teaching recently. They were recognized during the 19th Bessie B. Moore Awards luncheon at the Great Hall of the Clinton Presidential Center on Nov. 13. The gala was hosted by Economics Arkansas, […]

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Ribbon-cutting: Gem Shop Jewel

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The Bryant Area Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors welcomed Gem Shop Jewel with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Those won hand for the event included, front, Andy Garcia of Edward Jones, Darrah Preator of Bryant Eye Care Clinic, Cindi Vowell of Logan’s Roadhouse, Scott Isslieb owner of Gem Shop Jewel, Kathy Pannell of Bank of the Ozarks, Angela […]

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White Hornets come up big at the end to earn spot in tourney finals

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NORTH LITTLE ROCK — Patrick Dickinson pumped in a 3-pointer with 1.2 seconds left and Jakob Neel deflected the subsequent inbounds pass as the Bryant White Hornets eighth grade team of Bryant Middle School stunned the host Lakewood Cougars, 29-26, on Tuesday. The win lifts the Hornets into the tournament championships on Saturday at 3:30 […]

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Freshman girls ride fast start to first victory

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Photos by Kevin Nagle The Bryant Lady Hornets freshman team surged to an 11-2 lead in the first quarter on their way to their first victory of the season, a 37-17 victory over the Conway White Lady Wampus Cats in the consolation round of the Bryant Invitational Tournament on Tuesday. The Lady Hornets, now 1-2, […]

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