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Bobby joined the 5NEWS team in 2012 and dove right into the sports scene. He comes to us after spending more than eight years covering Arkansas sports for various print editions.

Bobby is a graduate of both Roland High School and the University of Central Arkansas. He acquired a degree in mass communications with an emphasis in television and was also a member of the Bears football team.

Not everyone gets to do what they love for a living but Bobby is doing just that, reporting on sports.

If he’s not doing “research” at an area sporting event, Bobby can be found at a local golf course or being a professional man of leisure.

Give Bobby a follow on Twitter @5NEWSBobby or tune in to his radio show 'The Sports Wire' on 103.1 FM in the River Valley.

Recent Articles
  • Pointers Run Past Russellville

    It had been more than three seasons since Van Buren had put together back-to-back wins but that streak came to an end as the Pointers pulled away from Russellville 31-14. Van Buren posted a convincing win against Siloam Springs in week six and then followed that up with the 17-point win on Friday.

  • Farmington Rally Falls Short Against Morrilton


  • arkansas alabama

    Alabama Escapes Arkansas Upset

    Turnovers, miscues doom Arkansas's upset bid of No. 7 Crimson Tide

  • oklahoma texas

    Sooners Struggle In Win Over Texas

    Oklahoma escapes Red River Showdown despite offensive issues

  • game of the week

    Shiloh Christian Snaps Prairie Grove’s 4A-1 Streak

    Saints score final 20 points to rally past Tigers and take control of league race

  • Booneville Takes Down Lamar

    On a night in which Lamar was hoping to make a statement, it was Booneville who flexed its muscles. The No. 2 Bearcats scored on their opening possession of the game and then scored on the first drive of the second half en route to a 36-12 win over the No. 4 Warriors. An hour lightning delay put a damper on the crowd and wet and muddy conditions took away any home field advantage Lamar might have had.

  • Ford Leads Bentonville Past Har-Ber

    Bentonville struggled to start the season but the Tigers and quarterback Kasey Ford got back on track Friday night. The Tigers got a pair of touchdown passes from the division I prospect and then exploded in the second half to take down the Wildcats 45-13.

  • Fayetteville Batters Springdale

    After moving back to No. 1 in 7A, Fayetteville wasn’t going to give up their ranking after one week again. The Bulldogs jumped out to a 28-7 lead and rolled over Springdale 49-21. The Red Dogs fall to 0-6 on the season.

  • Northside Nails Down Heritage

    It didn’t take long for Northside to get back on track after their first loss of the season. The Grizzlies jumped up on Heritage and never looked back as they posted a 49-10 win at Mayo-Thompson Stadium.

  • West Fork Stays Perfect In 3A-1

    West Fork continues to roll toward another conference championship as they coasted past Cedarville 34-8. Braydon Burnett gave the Tigers an early lead with a rushing touchdown then Dalton Dickson and Louis Crawford each found the end zone to put the Pirates in 20-0.  

  • Greenland Stumbles In Loss To Mountain View

  • Todd-Gurley

    Georgia’s Gurley Suspended Indefinitely

    SEC's leading rushing suspended indefinitely pending a NCAA investigation


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