Memorial Day 2015: Our deepest gratitude for those who gave all1
Lady Hornets secure elusive first State crown2
From left, Coach Keith Dale, Jadyn Lewis, Haley Hood, Jayla Anderson and Coach Danny Westbrook.3
Otay taking talent, potential to Northwestern Oklahoma4
Hornets have spirited first workout in pads of the spring5
From left, Jim Mack Parker, Robin Parker, Caleb McElyea, and Lance Parker. (Photo by Rick Nation)6
Lady Hornets secure elusive first State crown

Lady Hornets secure elusive first State crown

Photos courtesy of Bill Birnie/NWA Democrat-Gazette FAYETTEVILLE — Hadley Dickinson scored the only goal of the game with 4:32 left in regulation as the ...

From left, Coach Keith Dale, Jadyn Lewis, Haley Hood, Jayla Anderson and Coach Danny Westbrook.

Hood surges to sixth, Lewis 16th, Anderson 25th at 2015 Heptathlon

CABOT — Bryant junior Haley Hood moved up seven places on the second day of the 2015 Arkansas Heptathlon Thursday, finishing sixth ...

Otay taking talent, potential to Northwestern Oklahoma

Otay taking talent, potential to Northwestern Oklahoma

At a gathering of friends, family, teammates and coaches on Wednesday, Bryant Lady Hornets senior guard Jakeria Otey related her diary entry ...

Hornets have spirited first workout in pads of the spring

Hornets have spirited first workout in pads of the spring

The pads were popping and the enthusiasm was apparent as the Bryant Hornets football team began spring practice with their first workout ...

From left, Jim Mack Parker, Robin Parker, Caleb McElyea, and Lance Parker. (Photo by Rick Nation)

Baggo tournament raises funds for Logan Parker Memorial Scholarship

Photos by Rick Nation The fourth annual Baggo tournament to raise money for the memorial scholarship fund set up in memory of Logan ...

Memorial Day 2015: Our deepest gratitude for those who gave all

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Oury, Winn selected for All-Arkansas Preps in track

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Bryant Hornets track coach Steve Oury and senior John Winn will be among those honored at the annual All-Arkansas Preps, presented by the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. They will be among 300 of the best high school athletes and coaches from across the state in nine sports to be honored for their work during the 2014-15 school […]

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Lady Hornets secure elusive first State crown

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Photos courtesy of Bill Birnie/NWA Democrat-Gazette FAYETTEVILLE — Hadley Dickinson scored the only goal of the game with 4:32 left in regulation as the Bryant Lady Hornets captured the 2015 Class 7A State Tournament championship today, with a 1-0 win over the Fayetteville Lady Bulldogs at Razorback Field. Anna Lowery got deep into the Fayetteville defense, […]

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Reddies shut out Angelo State at Division II World Series

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By Troy Mitchell, Henderson State University Sports Information Director, hsusports.com Editor’s note: The Henderson State University Reddies baseball team includes five players from Bryant, Hunter Mayall, Jordan Taylor, Hayden Daniel, Hayden Lessenberry and Landon Pickett. In addition, former Hornet Michael Haydon is an assistant coach. CARY, N.C. — Henderson State’s Colton Lorance pitched six shutout innings and […]

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Lady Hornets are champs

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FAYETTEVILLE — Hadley Dickinson scored the only goal of the game with 4:36 left in regulation as the Bryant Lady Hornets captured the 2015 Class 7A State Tournament championship today, with a 1-0 win over the Fayetteville Lady Bulldogs. Details to follow.

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Lady Hornets fully aware they’ve still got work to do

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Photo by Kenzi Brenton The last thing that Bryant Lady Hornets head coach Julie Long wants to hear from anybody is that the 2015 Class 7A State girls’ soccer championship was decided last Saturday at Bryant Stadium. Yes, her team defeated the three-time defending State champion, Bentonville, and avenged last year’s heartbreaking 3-2 loss to […]

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Hood surges to sixth, Lewis 16th, Anderson 25th at 2015 Heptathlon

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CABOT — Bryant junior Haley Hood moved up seven places on the second day of the 2015 Arkansas Heptathlon Thursday, finishing sixth overall with a total of 3,884 points. Sophomore Jadyn Lewis also improved from her first-day ranking. Lewis finished with 3,503 points to move up to 16th place from 20th after the first day. In […]

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Hornets respond, avoid letdown on second day in pads

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Most springs, the second day of practice in pads for the Bryant Hornets — and most teams — is a little slow. Players are often a little sore from the first day of contact since the end of the previous season and the energy level doesn’t always match that first day. That’s what Bryant head […]

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Hood, Lewis, Anderson among top 25 after first day of Heptathlon

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CABOT — On the first day of the 2015 Arkansas Heptathlon Wednesday, three Bryant athletes placed in the top 25 led by Haley Hood, a junior, who was 13th with 2,158 points. Sophomore Jadyn Lewis was 20th with 1,995 points and senior Jayla Anderson was 23rd with 1,931 points. The Heptathlon includes seven events over […]

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Otay taking talent, potential to Northwestern Oklahoma

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At a gathering of friends, family, teammates and coaches on Wednesday, Bryant Lady Hornets senior guard Jakeria Otey related her diary entry on a day, a year prior, when former teammate Dezerea Duckworth signed a letter of intent to continue her basketball career and education under scholarship. Otey wrote what she might say on the […]

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