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3/30/2020

Northside High School News

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3/30/2020

Northside High School News

For the second time in the last three seasons, a Northside Grizzly basketball player was selected as the Gatorade Arkansas Boys Basketball Player of the Year. In its 35th year of honoring the nation’s best high school athletes, The Gatorade Company on Thursday announced Jaylin Williams as its 2019-20 Gatorade Arkansas Boys Basketball Player of the Year. Williams is the second Gatorade Arkansas Boys Basketball Player of the Year to be chosen from Northside High School. In 2018, current University of Arkansas standout Isaiah Joe was selected for the honor. ...

3/27/2020

Southside High School News

Sophomore Braxten Waller pitched five scoreless innings Thursday to power the Southside Mavericks a 3-0 win over Burleson Centennial and a sweep of their brief Texas road trip. Southside (3-1) also pulled out a 3-2 win over Justin Northwest Thursday as well. School officials decided return to Fort Smith following the second game amid the Coronavirus scare. The Fort Worth Spring Brash Tournament was scheduled to play out through Saturday. Waller struck out three and the Mavericks played error-free baseball in the opener. Junior Eli Reichert supplied the offense with two hits and all three RBIs. Reichert had two hits in the opener as well. Southside’s Matt Schilling went four innings in the opener, striking out six and allowing two runs. Parker Wehunt drove in two runs....

3/13/2020

Southside High School News

Southside coach Cassy Story couldn’t have asked for a more perfect home opener. The Mavericks scored three runs in the bottom of the first, all coming with two out, and junior pitcher Meliah Hunter made that stand by tossing a two-hit shutout as Southside won on both its home opener and its annual Pink Game. “The weather was great, it was a great home opener for us,” Story said. “We had a lot of people come out and support us and the kids did a great job raising money for the Susan G. Komen Foundation, so it was a great way to kick off our home season.” Southside (5-1), which had won three of four games in a tournament last weekend at Van Alstyne, Texas, needed just the first inning to set the tone properly. With two out, Madi Conklin doubled and scored on an RBI hit from Hana Dingman. Hunter followed with a single. Then the next two batters, freshmen Reese Robinson and Abbie Turnbull, produced RBI singles to extend the lead to 3-0. It remained 3-0 until the fifth when Southside added two more runs, including a two-out RBI single off the bat of senior Kendall Willis. The Mavs scored three more times in the sixth as Conklin had an RBI double, followed by a two-out two-run single from Robinson. Hunter went on to finish off the shutout as she gave up just two hits and didn’t issue a walk. She struck out nine batters as well. “Mel did a great job pitching and the kids really came around and did a great job, especially with some two-out hitting. ... They did a really good job and one through nine, a lot of kids came through in the lineup for us and produced, so I’m definitely proud of them,” Story said. “The best thing about Texas was we were able to really learn a lot and it showed (Tuesday), so the kind of mistakes that we made over the weekend in Texas, the kids were able to fix those things and they did much better (Tuesday). Mel pitched a great game and she’s really worked hard all off-season and it shows; she’s doing really well.” Five Mavs had two-hit games, with Conklin going 2-for-3 with two doubles, an RBI and a run scored. Dingman, Hunter, Robinson and Hannah Hogue each went 2-for-4. Southside was scheduled to play Greenwood on Thursday, but it will be a junior varsity game instead as several Lady Bulldog players are still in basketball, as Greenwood is playing its state championship game this weekend....

3/11/2020

Southside High School News

The Bulldogs jumped to a 5-0 lead after two innings and went on to the victory. Nick Phelps singled, drove in a run and scored twice for Greenwood. Dylan Strozler and Reed Carroll added two hits each for the Bulldogs. Matthew Munday picked up the complete-game victory. He allowed three runs on six hits, struck out six and walked two. Matthew Schilling had two hits for Southside and Kent Carlisle drove in a run....

3/11/2020

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