Springdale Summer #W2W4: Football

Springdale junior quarterback Fuller Chandler in the Bulldogs’ spring game.

The school year is almost over, but Springdale High’s athletes don’t get the summer off. The following “Summer What To Watch For” details the football team’s outlook for next season and summer program over the course of the next few months. It is the first of a four-part series that includes volleyball (Tuesday), girls basketball (Wednesday) and boys basketball (Thursday).


Sept. 5 — Greenwood

Sept. 12 — Alma

Sept. 19 — at Bixby, Okla. (7 p.m.)

Sept. 26 — Rogers Heritage

Oct. 3 — at Springdale Har-Ber

Oct. 10 — at Fayetteville

Oct. 17 — Bentonville

Oct. 24 — at Fort Smith Northside

Oct. 31 — Fort Smith Southside

Nov. 7 — at Rogers

* All games start at 7:30 p.m. unless noted


2013 Record: 5-5 overall, 3-4 7A/6A-West

Coach: Shane Patrick (5th season)

Returning Starters: 5 offense, 4 defense

Strengths: Offensive line experience, receiver

Question marks: Defense, running back

Key Returners:

QB Fuller Chandler, Jr., 6-1, 182 (1,110 pass yds, 12 TD, 7 INT in 2013)

WR/CB Chris Owens, Sr., 6-3, 160 (29 tackles, 4 PBU, 2 INT, 1 DEF TD)

WR/S Zach Burton, Sr., 6-1, 150 (30 tackles, 3 PBU)

DT Keyonta West, Sr., 5-7, 268

LB Caylon Wells, Sr., 6-3, 180 (62 tackles, 7 TFL)

Key Newcomers

TE Dylan Bible, Jr., 6-0, 214

LT Jonathan Munoz, Sr., 6-2, 240

DE Logan Brown, Jr., 6-0, 191

LB Jesus Perez, Jr., 6-0, 170

LB Ever Galdamez, Jr., 5-9, 168

LB Jaime Argueta, Sr., 6-0, 182

Key Losses

RB Deandre Murray (1,537 rush yds, 16 TD, 8.4 ypc, 149 rec yds, 2 TD)

OL Braxton Bradley (Fayetteville transfer)

TE Josiah Wymer (20 catches, 456 yds, 3 TD)

LB Neal Parsons (85 tackles, 4 TFL, 1 FF, 1 FR)

S/RB Cua Rose (95 tackles, 12 PBU, 1 INT, 285 rush yds, 2 TD, 9.8 ypc)


June 4-6: Pitt State team camp

July 7: Summer weight program begins

July 7, 14 and 21: 7-on-7 league (first two weeks at Springdale, third week at Heritage)

Aug. 6 — Fall camp begins


The big thing is coming out of spring and going into team camp. We learn a lot about our team at team camp going against other people that we don’t see. Several different styles of offenses. We have seven practices where we get a chance to figure some things out. The rest of the month is a rest month. And then when we start back in July, we want to get back into shape and we want to continue to get as strong, fast and explosive as we can. At the same time we’re doing that, we want to work on some individual skill development and some cohesiveness with our team as we go into fall camp.”

Jimmy Carter

Jimmy Carter

Sports Reporter at NWA Media
Jimmy Carter is an award-winning sports reporter for NWA Media. His primary beat is Springdale High. He also covers Huntsville and Greenland. He is a Tulsa native and a University of Arkansas graduate.
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