By Chip Souza
SPRINGDALE -- There are athletes who can jump, and then there is Micah Seawood.
The Springdale Har-Ber rising senior is not getting the recruiting attention he deserves, said Wildcats coach Chris Wood. After Saturday's eye-popping performance in the Southwest Elite 7on7 tournament at Shiloh Christian, that oversight is likely to change.
"He's the best receiver in the state, and he's not getting the respect he deserves," Wood said as his team collected championship hardware on the other side of the field after winning the tournament championship. "If you watched him today, how he high-points the ball, his route-running, the way he out-jumps people. He's one of the best in the state, and nobody is talking about him."
To continue reading about Micah Seawood and Springdale Har-Ber's success in the Southwest Elite 7on7, visit the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.
By Paul Boyd
SPRINGDALE -- Blake Adams was double trouble for Springdale Har-Ber's opposition.
The 6-foot-2, 205-pound senior was not only one of the state's top high school pitchers, but he was also one of the most feared hitters. For that reason, he is the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette All-Arkansas Preps Baseball Player of the Year for the 2019 season.
To read more about Blake's phenomenal senior season, visit the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.