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Dear Parents and Athletes, The Bentonville School District and Northwest Medical Center are partnering to provide our athletes who participate in sanctioned sports free physicals. Sports physicals will be available to all Bentonville Schools Student Athletes entering grades 7-12. This year, both high schools will be sponsoring a day for you to receive your free physical. Please have your athlete wear athletic attire. If you are a minor coming without a parent/guardian, you MUST have a paper copy of the physical form with the history portion filled out and signed by your parent/guardian. July 27th BENTONVILLE HIGH SCHOOL Tiger Athletic Complex (TAC) ENTRANCE 8 AM – 5 PM *We will stop taking kids depending on the wait time to make sure Providers can finish. Providers must leave at 5 PM. Please plan accordingly. * **BHS, Washington JH, and Fulbright JH athletes** If you have any questions please contact: Drew Bombardiere Head Athletic Trainer dbombardiere@bentonvillek12.org Michael Nolan Assistant Athletic Trainer michaelnolan@bentonvillek12.org Canyon Barber Assistant Athletic Trainer canyonbarber@bentonvillek12.org Frequently Asked Questions How long is a physical valid? Per AAA guidelines, a physical is valid for 15 months after the date the physician documented on the PPE. (i.e. If your physical was signed in Jan. 2020, it will expire April 2021) Where can I get a physical exam form? Sports Physical Form Does a parent or guardian need to be present? An athlete 18 years of age or older does not need a parent/guardian present for their physical exam. An athlete 18 years old or younger must have a paper copy of the history page of the PPE completed and signed by a parent or guardian in order to be seen without a parent or guardian present. IF you do not have your paper copy of the history page signed by a parent/guardian you will be turned away to get the form filled out and signed. What should I wear? Please wear athletic attire (athletic bottoms, athletic top, and sneakers). If I wear glasses do I need to wear them? Yes. You will need to be able to read an eye chart so please wear your contacts or bring your glasses so you will be able to pass that portion of the exam. What if I am unable to attend the scheduled date? You may receive a physical exam from your family doctor or any urgent care center where physicals are offered. Northwest Medical Center offers physical exams at their urgent care centers for a $25 charge. What do I do with my completed physical? Upload a clear picture of your completed physical exam form to your dragon fly account. The form must have the athletes name at the top and be signed AND dated by the provider at the bottom of the page. If you do not have a DragonFly Max account please follow this link to create your account. www.dragonflymax.com...

6/24/2022

Bentonville High School News

Congratulations to the BHS Athletics Hall of Honor - Class of 2022 Bill Burnett, BHS Class of 1966 Robin Alpe Wright, BHS Class of 1994 Bridgette Smith Woodell - BHS Class of 1995 Mychael Stewart, BHS Class of 2004 Dallas Hardison, BHS Class of 2012 Rebecca Brown Sorby, BHS Class of 2012 Induction Ceremony - Friday, September 23 - 5:00 - BHS North Commons ...

6/9/2022

Bentonville West High School News

BENTON -- Bentonville West Coach Kerry Castillo set tryouts for 48 hours after the Wolverines' 3-0 loss to Fayetteville in last season's state final. He was ready to turn the page. But he wasn't going to let the memory of the defeat fade. "Every single day," Castillo said when asked how often he reminded his team. "We told the incoming freshmen that the only goal we had this year was to get back to this day and this spot. "If it was against the same team, so be it." In a rematch with the Bulldogs, Bentonville West edged their Northwest Arkansas rivals 2-1, getting a 71st-minute winner from sophomore Tianna Jones to claim the Class 6A girls soccer championship at the Benton Athletic Complex on Saturday afternoon. Jones, who was named tournament MVP, said the Wolverines returned to Everett Field with "a completely different mentality" a year after getting shut out. "Last year, we came in a little scared -- they'd beat us twice," Jones explained. "This year, we knew we'd [beaten] them once, we can get them again. I think that just really helped us." Fayetteville (12-3-2) scored the opener in the eighth minute, capitalizing on a corner and chaos in the 6-yard box. A long ball found a Bulldog head at the back post and when it came back across the face of goal, Jayden Tyler was there to head it in off a deflection. But Bentonville West (17-6) tied it five minutes later. Sweeper Kate Carter pushed forward with a 2-on-1 opportunity, choosing to take the shot herself and slotting it into the Fayetteville net. From there, though, the game was a chess match. The Wolverines and Bulldogs had split their two earlier games this season and whenever one team had an opportunity to break the 1-1 deadlock Saturday, a defender was there to silence the potential threat. "We talk about it all the time: The [6A-West Conference] is kind of like the SEC, where everybody's so good," Fayetteville Coach Joe Thoma said. "All three of our games have been ... knock-down drag-outs -- good, clean games but just both teams going at it -- and I didn't expect anything different." With the possibility of extra time looming, Castillo called Carter forward, hoping to draw the attention of the Bulldogs' defense. The gambit worked, getting Jones in a 1-on-1 on the right wing. The forward faked a cut inside with her left foot, instead putting the ball on her stronger right before she squeezed a shot between Fayetteville's goalkeeper and the right upright. Bentonville West's reserves crept toward the sideline as the final seconds ticked down. As the Wolverines leaped into one another's arms at midfield, there was joy but not surprise. "The energy for the girls all week long was nothing short of, 'We can't wait to get to Saturday,' " Castillo said. "They wanted this. They wanted the rematch. Hats off to Fayetteville. ... But our girls just couldn't wait to get to this day."...

5/23/2022

Bentonville High School News

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5/20/2022

Bentonville West High School News

Saturday's game in Benton is a rematch from last season when Fayetteville earned the Class 6A state championship with a 3-0 win over Bentonville West. Both teams are back in the finals after finishing behind Bentonville in the 6A-West Conference standings. Fayetteville eliminated Bentonville 4-3 while Bentonville West stopped Fort Smith Northside 3-1 in semifinal games at Conway. Saturday's championship game will begin at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Benton Athletic Complex. "Our team is extremely focused right now," Fayetteville coach Joe Thoma said. "When you're focused and have that belief in yourself you always have a chance. But we know Bentonville West is focused as well. They've got some super stars on their team up front and we know they're going to be amped up. It's going to be a battle, for sure." Bentonville West opened 6A-West Conference play in March with a 2-0 win over Fayetteville, which beat West 1-0 when the teams played again in March. West will carry an eight-game winning streak into Saturday's match that includes a 3-0 win over rival Bentonville to end conference play. The Lady Wolverines are led by Tianna Jones, who has 19 goals and nine assists on the season. Kate Cater is second with 15 goals 11 assists. Fayetteville will counter with top players like Caroline Bertalotto and Lauren Magre, the team's leading scorer who has scored four times in three state tournament games. "Fayetteville is a very good side and are well-coached," Bentonville West coach Kerry Castillo said. "I have no doubt the game will be closely contested. We're telling our young ladies to just find joy everyday and be grateful for the opportunity and to go fight their hearts out for one another."...

5/20/2022

Bentonville West High School News

In one month the West volleyball team will be hosting its annual youth volleyball clinic. This is open to any girls and boys from any district entering grades K-8. See the info attached and email Head Coach Julie Rowan at jrowan@bentonvillek12.org with questions. The team hopes to see you there!...

5/18/2022

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