Working with what you have

Jordan Setser, Opinion Editor

November 17, 2015

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When a certain team is good at what they do, others look to them for example. They look to them for direction because whatever they are doing works. If you can’t beat them, join them. The Har-Ber Silver Stars, however, are choosing a different approach. “Before we started working with our own strengths, we kept just ...

College Recruiting

Molllie Ownbey, Sports Editor

October 20, 2015

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Gathered in front of your student body, family, and friends to sign a letter of intent to continue an athletic career is a dream for most. According to NCAA, nearly eight million students currently participating in high school athletics in the United states, only 460,000 of them will compete at NCAA schools. Of that group, on...

Pre Game Meal

Neako Ramos, Reporter

April 17, 2015

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In the world of sports there is so much that goes into the training process and even more into the winning process. We as fans and viewers get to see all of the hard work and dedication every athlete puts into their craft by the way they perform on the field or court. The recognition of their efforts also adds to that confidence...

Malik Monk

February 24, 2015

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Wrestling team starts season off strong

Mollie Ownbey, Sports Editor

February 6, 2015

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The Wildcat Varsity wrestling team competed in their first dual Dec. 3 at Fayetteville High School to kick off the season. They had two big wins, beating Bentonville 50-21 and Fayetteville 48-20. Starting the season off with two victories over conference foes puts the Wildcats in a solid position in the conference. The Wildcats...

State Cross Country Meets

Joanna Keck

February 6, 2015

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As Elise Reina crosses the finish line, an equally as glorious smile rushes across her face to complement her 2014 state cross-country championship title. Saturday, Nov. 8, the Cross Country team competed in the state race at Oaklawn Park in Hot Springs. Oaklawn Park is originally the home of many horse races, so teams from...

Fishing team overcomes adversity

Joanna Keck

February 5, 2015

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Just as Noah Boyett dishearteningly ties up to a nearby tree and envisions a possibility of defeat, the trolling motor of his not-so-reliable boat starts back up again just in time for him to fill his fish limit within only a few minutes left in the tournament. On Jan. 25 the fishing team took first place in the high school...

Cheer preps for Nationals

Samantha Stansbury, Editor

February 5, 2015

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The team huddled into a circle with their heads down, took each other’s hands, and waited in a gym heavy in suspense and nervous anticipation for their school to be announced. The announcement that would confirm that all of the hard work, long practices, conditioning, and injuries were worth it. As the announcer’s voice...

Foreign exchange student joins the stars

Mollie Ownbey, Sports Editor

February 5, 2015

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Celine Petersohn’s endearment for dancing followed her across the world. All the way from Leipzig, Germany to her temporary home as a foreign exchange student in Springdale, Arkansas, dancing is something Petersohn couldn’t leave behind. The desire to pursue her love for traveling, and her aspiration to be apart  of...

Football finishes season in first round

Mollie Ownbey, Sports Editor

February 5, 2015

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The Wildcats extra point attempt to tie the first round of the play off game, was swatted down immediately as it left Sophomore Brady Duggars foot. The  Bryant Hornets advanced to the second round of play offs and  ended the 2014 football season for the wildcats. The 28-27 loss to the Hornets was not only just the conclusion...

Bowlin spared with warning

Kerrigan Reading, Features Editor

February 5, 2015

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The basketball team started out the school year with a AAA recruitment violation warning. Since it was just a warning, this will not harm the team in any way. In fact, they turned themselves in. “Once youʼre contacted by a parent youʼre supposed to contact your building principal, and I did not do that immediately. We...

Volleyball adjusts to new regiment

Kerrigan Reading, Features Editor

February 5, 2015

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Tension was high as the volleyball team faced Southside, last year’s State Champions, on Sept. 4. Winning this game would be evidence of all the hard work the team had put in since last season, of how far they had come, and how bad they wanted to be able to call themselves State Champions. So, when they did defeat the Rebels...

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