Archive - Dec 7, 2012
FAYETTEVILLE -Â Unbeaten 17th-ranked Kansas is unbeaten no more and apt to fallÂ in nextÂ week's women's basketball rankings.
Unranked Arkansas upset the Jayhawks, 64-56Â in Thursday night's nonconference game before 1,356Â at Walton Arena.
Arkansas overcame Kansas leads in both halves, surpassing the JayhawksÂ 33-24 at intermission but twice trailing KU by one in the second half before Jhasmin Bowen's layup put Arkansas up, 46-45 with 7:15 left and never trailing again.
CONWAY â€“ After a tough loss in the first round of the John Stanton Wampus Cat Invitational, the Bryant Lady Hornets responded with a 49-39 win over the Alma Airedalettes in a consolation game on Thursday at Buzz Bolding Arena. Bryant lost to Camden Fairview 53-42 in the first round where the Lady Hornets lacked execution, both offensively and in the rebounding department (Bryant was out rebounded 18-7 in the second half).
CONWAY - After starting the season 5-0, the Benton Lady Panthers have dropped their last two contests, losing their last 43-27 to the West Memphis Lady Blue Devils on Thursday in a consolation game of the John Stanton Wampus Cat Invitational. Benton lost 57-36 to North Little Rock in the first round on Monday.
â€śWe got outworked on the boards,â€ť Benton Coach Jerry Chumley said. â€śWe worked on that and made an emphasis the last two days, but for whatever reason we didnâ€™t stick them. We did at times, but a team like that you have to do it every time or theyâ€™re going to eat you up.â€ť
GLEN ROSE - Every football team, from high school to the pros, has the same goal in mind at the beginning of any season: make the playoffs and win a championship. Though Saline County is far from the NFL, there is one team in the area that has not strayed away from that preseason mindset.