Wampus Cats 2 Go

Join Jeff Matthews and Levi Gilbert as they bring Wampus Cat football and basketball to Conway Corp channel 5 and HD channel 585 and new for 2018-2019, all football games and home conference basketball games will be broadcast LIVE!  

To get fans ready for the new season, we bring you the Wampus Cat Preseason Show presented by Conway Regional Health System.  Jeff and Levi sit down with new Conway Football Coach Keith Fimple and Seniors, Jovoni Johnson and Malik Benton.  Also, Matt Troup and Dr. Thad Hardin from Conway Regional join Jeff and Levi to talk about how they are helping the athletes in our community.




Conway Wampus Cats 2017 Football

Regular Season

Sept 1 at Springdale L, 17-19 (0-1, 0-0)
Sept 8 Jonesboro W, 49-18 (1-1, 0-0)
Sept 15 at Bentonville W, 35-16 (2-1, 0-0)
Sept 22 FS Southside W, 54-47 (OT) (3-1, 1-0)
Sept 29 at North Little Rock L, 14-24 (3-2, 1-1)
Oct 6 Cabot W, 49-14 (4-2, 2-1)
Oct 13 at FS Northside W 49-29 (5-2, 3-1)
Oct 20 LR Central W, 45-3 (6-2, 4-1)
Oct 27 at LR Catholic W, 31-0 (7-2, 5-1)
Nov 3 Bryant L, 31-42 (7-3, 5-2)


2017 Playoffs

First Round Nov 10 Rogers W, 41-14 (8-3)
Quarterfinals Nov 16 at Bentonville West W, 48-40 (9-3)
Semifinals Nov 24 at North Little Rock L, 14-49 (9-4)

The 2016 Wampus Cat football season started unlike any in memory with five losses to begin the year. A young Wampus Cat team went to Cabot in Week 6 and stunned the undefeated Panthers 37-14. The Cats won 4 games over a 6 week stretch at the end of the season including a home playoff victory over Rogers. Conway finished it's season 4-8 overall following a 35-0 loss to Fayetteville, the eventual state champions.

Injuries on top of injuries on top of injuries was the story of the 2015 Wampus Cats. Key players suffering injured kept the Cats from having the season success they had a year before, going only 5-5 in the regular season. But as the Cats got healthy they rallied and earned a home playoff game against Springdale winning 42-7 and earning a trip in the state quarter-finals to face the top ranked Springdale Har-Ber Wildcats. The Wampus Cats fell short 20-17 following a late rally by Har-Ber to finish the season at 6-6.