Coaches in the 5A-West Conference picked Huntsville to finish last this fall, according to the annual Hooten’s Arkansas Football.
The Huntsville Eagles in 2020 will return to the 4A-1 Conference for football, according to the Arkansas Activities Association.
While they didn’t bring home regional championships, both the Elkins Elks and Lady Elks teams advanced to the 3A State Tournament after picking up wins at the regional tournament last week.
The Elkins Elks will play Paris this Thursday in the first round of the Regional Tournament after defeating Cedarville to open the District Tournament last Tuesday.
The Elkins Elks (15-5, 9-3) secured the top seed in their district tournament next month after they rose above Haas Hall (4-11) last Tuesday, defeating the Mastiffs 71-41.
For the second year in a row, the Elkins Elks (9-3, 6-1) were eliminated Friday in the second round of the 3A State Playoffs, falling 48-38 to the Atkins Red Devils.
The Elkins Elks (9-2, 6-1) are headed back to the second round of the 3A State Playoffs after defeating the Fordyce Redbugs (5-6, 3-4) last Friday night, winning 44-30 on the Elks’ home turf.
The Elkins Elks (8-2, 6-1) are headed to the 3A playoffs and will host Fordyce this Friday after making short work against Green Forest in their final regular season game of the season last Friday.
The Elkins Elks (7-2, 5-1) cruised to a dominant 50-21 victory over the Greenland Pirates Friday, and are hoping for similar results to finish out their season against Green Forest this week.
The Elkins Elks (6-2, 4-1) bounced back from their loss to Clinton two weeks ago to take a commanding 54-28 victory over the Melbourne Bearkatz last Friday, capitalizing on a couple of key turnovers in the fourth quarter to seal the game.
On what was the last homecoming on their current field before it gets replaced during the upcoming offseason, the Elks (4-1, 2-0) celebrated the night with a 38-6 victory over Mountain View.
It didn’t take long for the Elkins Elks (3-1) to take command of their game against the Yellville-Summit Panthers Friday, scoring 22 unanswered first quarter points en route to a 46-12 victory.
The Huntsville Eagles (1-3) took the field Friday night at Eagle Stadium as they hosted the Prairie Grove Tigers (4-0) in their first conference game of the season. The Tigers clawed and scratched their way to a 41-14 victory over the Eagles.
Both the Huntsville Eagles (1-2) and the Elkins Elks (2-1) traded blows for the entire four quarters Friday, but the Elks walked away with the 38-33 victory at the end of the night.
Elkins Elks Coach Chad Harbison said it was the team’s youth and inexperience that led them to losing 50-18 to Shiloh Christian in their season opener Friday, but he expects the team to bounce back after regrouping this week.
Last year, the Elkins Elks went 9-3 and spent the last half of their season dominating their competition before being eliminated from the state playoffs in the second round. The team lost 17 seniors to graduation, but that doesn’t mean the players don’t have the same winning outlook this sea…
The Elkins Elks’ (9-3, 6-1) football season came to a close after the Elks lost to Glen Rose on Friday, but that doesn’t mean the season was a loss.
A three-way tie between Elkins, Clinton and Mountain View put the Elks (8-2, 6-1) second in seeding for the 3A State Tournament, and they’ll use that first-round home field advantage this Friday when they host the Jessieville Lions (7-4, 4-3).
The Elkins Elks (6-2, 4-1) are looking to secure a top spot in their conference after making short work of the Melbourne Bearkatz Friday night, which was also the Elks’ senior night.
The Elkins Elks (5-2, 3-1) knew they had their work cut out for them when they traveled to Clinton Friday, but despite the Yellowjackets being undefeated in conference play, the Elks were more than ready to hand them their first loss.
According to Elkins Coach Chad Harbison, his team didn’t take lightly to their 30-23 loss against Mountain View on Sept. 30 – and it showed last Friday in their homecoming game against Marshall.
Elkins Coach Chad Harbison said he’s hoping to get his team back on track after suffering a 30-23 loss last week before playing for their homecoming crowd this Friday.
If the scoreboard of last Friday’s game was any indication, Elkins Coach Chad Harbison made good on his promise to improve his team between its first and second games.