All posts tagged "Volume 13 Issue 4"

  • Like Father, Like Son

    Benton Panthers Assistant Coach Drew Harris always knew he wanted to go into the family business. “Drew and his brother grew up in a high...

  • Defense Wins Championships

    There’s an age-old saying in football: “Defense wins championships.” It was true for the 1985 Chicago Bears (Super Bowl XX), the 2000 Baltimore Ravens (Super...

  • Finding Consistency in Change

    This coming football season is unlike any other before it. It is a first for all, as we navigate our jobs, school, and sports during...

  • Back to the Top

    Benton Panthers Head Football Coach Brad Harris describes his senior starting quarterback, Garrett Brown, as “a really laid-back guy, very easygoing.” While such a description...

  • On and Off the Field

    Heather Jolly is one of three athletic trainers for Bryant High School Athletics through a partnership with OrthoArkansas and the Bryant School District. More than...

  • The Atmosphere: Our Bubble of Protection

    When I talk to young school children on my “WeatherEDucation” tours, I always start by teaching them about the atmosphere. The lowest part of the...

  • Notes from Dr. Sam

    Good day, I hope this note finds you well. Fifty-seven year ago this summer, August 20th, I joined my friends in the football dressing room...

  • Teamwork Makes the Dream Work

    During the COVID quarantine I struggled with my own personal workouts because I missed the group fitness environment. It wasn’t just the workout part, it...

  • Athletes & Heat Related Illnesses

    As students head back to school and athletes get back in the game this fall, there are many health-related issues student athletes need to be...

  • Come Together

    Pandemic. Quarantine. National emergency. Things we never thought we would hear in our community. Yet this has become our reality. And then, add to that...