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The Arkansas High School State Football playoffs
continue Friday November 27th
and include some teams of interest;
Harrison will host White Hall
Elkins will travel to Nashville
Shiloh Christian will host Malvern
Prairie Grove will host Rivercrest
The Cassville Missouri Wildcats have advanced to the
semifinals of the Class 3 Missouri state football
playoffs for the second year in a row. Cassville will travel
to Maryville for a chance to move to the state
The Berryville Lady Bobcats improved to 2-0 for the season as they picked up their second win last night over Yellville-Summit in Bobcat Arena. Hannah Youngblood got off to a face start scoring 16 first half points as the Lady Bobcats looked sharp shooting and passing and took a 51-10 halftime lead. Berryville shared the ball well as the team had 12 assist and Loren Compton posted 4 of those. Berryville had active hands on defense all night as the team tallied 15 steals and Lilli Compton was credited for 5 . The Lady Bobcats cruised to a 76-28 victory, Youngblood led all scorers with 18 points, Lilli Compton added 17, Anni Armer scored 11 points of the bench, Faith Kelley 9, and Ella McMellon finished with 8 in the victory. The Berryville senior boys improved to 5-0 last night with a win over Yellville-Summit. The Bobcats started slow with poor shooting and five turnovers, but the defense stayed locked in all night. Berryville led 24-12 at halftime and picked up the pace in the third quarter and pulled away from the Panthers for a 55-27 victory. Landon Chester led the way with 20 points and Westin Teague added 10 points and 9 rebounds in the victory. Berryville's next game will be Tuesday December 1st at Bergman.
The 3-0 Berryville Bobcat senior high boys basketball team will host the Green Forest Tigers tonight in Bobcat Arena. According to Berryville Athletic Director Brent Compton games will begin at 4PM today starting with the seventh grade girls, followed by the junior high girls, senior high girls, and the senior high boys will play the nightcap. Tonight's basketball games will be broadcast on
107.1FM KTHS and Andy Dean will be courtside tonight and
will call the action beginning with the senior girls at
approximately 6PM followed by the senior high boys.
The Arkansas high school football playoffs continued
last Friday night, scores of interest include;
Harrison over Camden Fairview 21-14,
Shiloh Christian over Dewitt 48-12,
Elkins over Bald Knob 44-7,
Prairie Grove over Blytheville 59-34,
and Monticello defeated Gentry 36-26.
Winners will continue play in the third round this Friday.
The 3-0 Berryville Bobcat senior high boys basketball team will host the Green Forest Tigers tonight in Bobcat Arena. According to Berryville Athletic Director Brent Compton games will begin at 4PM today starting with the seventh grade girls, followed by the junior high girls, senior high girls, and the senior high boys will play the nightcap. Tonight's basketball games will be broadcast on 107.1FM KTHS and Andy Dean will be courtside tonight and will call the action beginning with the senior girls at approximately 6PM followed by the senior high boys. The Arkansas high school football playoffs continued last Friday night,
scores of interest include; Harrison over Camden Fairview 21-14,
Shiloh Christian over Dewitt 48-12, Elkins over Bald Knob 44-7,
Prairie Grove over Blytheville 59-34, and Monticello defeated Gentry 36-26.
Winners will continue play in the third round this Friday.
The Berryville Bobcats senior high basketball team played their home opener last night against 7A Rogers-Heritage in Bobcat Arena. The Bobcats took an 18-9 first quarter lead thanks to senior Landon Chester’s three point shooting and a couple of blocks from power forward Westen Teague early in the game. Berryville stretched the lead to 31-15 before halftime when Teague and sophomore Jake Wilson nailed a couple of three pointers. Rogers-Heritage closed the gap in the third quarter when starting point guard Kade Davidson went down with an injury and couldn’t return. The young Bobcats hung tough the rest of the way and defeated 7A Rogers-Heritage 57-47. Chester finished with 16 points, junior Westen Teague 12, and sophomore Jake Wilson added 10. Berryville will host Green Forest on Monday. Today’s schedule includes the Green Forest Tiger basketball teams hosting Arkansas Arts Academy in Fred Grim Gym. Senior recognition will be included tonight and is scheduled to begin at 5:30PM. Arkansas Football playoffs continue tonight and games of interest include; Elkins hosting Bald Knob, Shiloh Christian against Dewitt, Prairie Grove against Blytheville, Gentry against Monticello, Harrison against Camden Fairview, and Farmington against Pulaski Academy.
The Berryville Bobcat senior high boy’s basketball team has started 2-0 for the season with wins over Clarksville and Alpena on the road, tonight will be the first home game in Bobcat Arena. According to Berryville head basketball Coach Brent Compton the Bobcats will host Rogers Heritage and the game time has been moved to 6:15PM, there will be no girl’s game. According to Green Forest head basketball Coach Kyle Farrar, the Green Forest seventh grade and junior high boys and girls games at Jasper have been cancelled for tonight. Other 1-4A conference games on the schedule tonight include; Harrison at Subiaco Academy and Prairie Grove will host Siloam Springs.
The Green Forest Tiger boy’s basketball team picked up their second win in two nights. The Tigers defeated Marshall 79-19 last night in Fred Grim Gym. Coach Shane Compton and the Tigers are now 2-1 for the year. The Huntsville Lady Eagles defeated Eureka Springs 56-23 last night in Charlie Berry Gymnasium.
The Lady Eagles are now 3-1 for the year.
Other high school basketball scores include;
Valley Springs boys over Quitman 58-49
Pea Ridge boys over Subiaco Academy 50-46
Pangburn boys over Bergman 74-68
Bergman girls over Pangburn 73-49
Valley Springs girls over Quitman 61-40
Shiloh Christian girls over Morrilton 54-50
Pea Ridge girls over Springdale 57-23
Gravette girls over Bentonville West 69-51
The Berryville Bobcat senior high boy’s basketball team played their second game of the season last night in Alpena. Berryville jumped out to an 18-2 lead and led 46-21 at halftime over the Leopards. The Bobcats were led by senior Landon Chester with 23 first half points, Chester would finish the game with 33 points and included 6 three’s as Berryville would cruise to a 66-50 victory over Alpena. Kade Davidson added 9 for the Bobcats and Jake Wilson and DJ Colbert each added 6 points. Bryce Martin led Alpena with 14 points and Kolbe Hicks added 9 points. The Green Forest Tiger and Lady Tiger basketball teams had success last night on the road at Yellville-Summit. The Tigers defeated the Panthers 41-39, and the Lady Tigers defeated Yellville 43-37. Today’s basketball schedule for November 17 th includes Green Forest hosting Marshall in Fred Grim Gym, and Eureka Springs will travel to Huntsville.
The Green Forest Tiger football season came to end Friday night in the 4A state playoffs. Green Forest traveled to Bald Knob and held an 8-6 lead in the first quarter, and only trailed 20-16 at halftime. The Tigers were within striking distance the entire game and their chances ended in the final seconds as Green Forest was driving but Bald Knob intercepted the final pass on their own 5 yard line. Bald Knob defeated Green Forest by a final score of 28-22. Congratulations to the Green Forest Tigers on a great year. Other scores of interest from Friday night include; Bauxite over Huntsville 26-23, and Mills over Gravette 58-50. Basketball is on the schedule today Monday November 16 th . Green Forest will travel to Yellville-Summit and Berryville will travel to Alpena.
The first round of the Arkansas state football playoffs begin tonight and include the Green Forest Tigers traveling to Bald Knob. The Tigers have moved up to the 4A classification in recent years and this will be their first appearance in the 4A state playoffs. Green Forest is coming off a big win over Berryville in the Carroll County Super Bowl and will face Bald Knob out of the 2-4A conference. The Bulldogs finished in fourth place in that conference behind Stuttgart, CAC, and Lonoke. The winner of this game will play Elkins next week in the second round. Andy Dean will call the live play by play action from Bald Knob tonight on 107.1FM KTHS and 96.9/102.3FM The Legend. Good luck to our Green Forest Tigers! The Berryville Bobcat senior high basketball team opened the season on the road at Clarksville with a win last night. Bobcat Coach Brent Compton has a good mix of experience and young talent this year and it showed last night when returning point guard Kade Davidson posted 20 points and senior Landon Chester added 19 in a 70-61 victory over the Panthers.
Other area high school scores of interest include;
Lead Hill boys over Alpena 60-42, Greenbrier boys over Harrison 67-66,
Valley Springs boys over Jasper 65-48, Huntsville girls over Springdale 46-42,
Alpena girls over Lead Hill 48-46, Harrison girls over Greenbrier 56-48, and
Valley Springs girls over Jasper 66-34.
The Green Forest Tiger football team will be playing their first ever 4A State playoff game Friday when they travel to Bald Knob and take on the Bulldogs in the first round. The Tigers hope to keep the momentum going after a big win last week over Berryville 18-12 in the Carroll County Super Bowl. Green Forest last playoff appearance was a first round loss to Harding Academy in 2014 and the last serious run in the playoffs came in 2013. The Tigers defeated Riverview in the first round that year 28-0; they defeated Two Rivers 38-21 in the second round, and lost a quarter final game to Glen Rose 42-7. The 2013 Tigers finished 10-3 overall and claimed a conference championship going 7-0 in the 1-3A conference. Green Forest will make the 3 hour trek to Bald Knob which is near Batesville. The Bulldogs finished 4-3 in the 2-4A conference this year behind Stuttgart, CAC, an Lonoke. Bald Knob defeated Southside 27-24 last week. Andy Dean, the voice of the Tigers, will call the live play by play Friday night on 107.1FM KTHS and 96.9/102.3FM The Legend with kickoff set for 7PM. The Thursday sports schedule for today includes the Berryville senior high boy’s basketball team traveling to Clarksville, and according to Green Forest Coach Kyle Farrar the Lady Tigers will host Eureka Springs. Junior high girls will begin at 4PM followed by the senior high girls, and the junior high boys and senior high boy’s games have been cancelled.
The high school basketball season got under way last night as the Green Forest Tigers traveled to Lead Hill. The Lead Hill senior high girls defeated the Lady Tigers 43-33, and the Lead Hill senior high boys defeated the Tigers 66-42. Other scores of interest from last night include; Valley Springs senior high boys over Flippin 89-63 Bentonville West senior high boys over Harrison 81-74
Clarksville senior high girls over Huntsville 48-40 Congratulations to the Kingston senior high girls cross country team as they claimed the 1A State Runner Up title last week in Hot Springs. Lady Yellowjacket results included; Ashlyn Floyd 9 th place, Jaiden Head 13 th , Grace Cooper 15 th , Libbie Johnson 16 th , Lila Hartness 18 th , Rilee Pittman 19 th , and Brooke Villines 31 st
The Berryville senior high girls and boys cross country teams concluded their season last Friday in the 4A state championship in Hot Springs. The Bobcats finished in 7 th place out of 23 teams; Pea Ridge took the 4A state title. Individual results for the Bobcats include; Jacob Lopez 7 th , Caden Nickell 34 th , Trenton Hughes 47 th , Cole Price 63 rd , Reese Johnson 74 th , Dawson Williams 116 th , Robby Bartos 118th, and Josh Wilson 168 th . The Lady Bobcats finished 13 th in the team standings as Valley View took the girls 4A state title. Individual results for the Lady Bobcats include; Carly Smith 22 nd , Gisselle Estrada 47 th , Zariel Long 99 th , Mariana Hernandez 135 th , and Shayleigh Broeker 138 th . Congratulations to the Berryville Cross Country teams on a great year. Green Forest will begin the basketball season tonight as the Tigers will travel to Lead Hill and the Berryville basketball season has been delayed once again as the Bobcats at Omaha has been cancelled.
Carroll County bragging rights were on the line Friday night as the Green Forest Tigers traveled to Berryville for the Carroll County Super Bowl. Green Forest scored first when senior Reiley Gordon found the end zone on a quarterback keeper, after a couple on penalties the two point conversion failed. The Tigers would strike again after Green Forest recovered a fumble deep in Bobcat territory. Gordon connected with Fredy Jaurez Jr. for a five yard touchdown pass, the two point conversion failed. Berryville scored just before the first half ended when senior quarterback JD Smith connected with Dominic Henry for a 49 yard touchdown pass. Berryville would tie the game at 12 all when Henry scored from two yards out to start the fourth quarter, but Green Forest dominated the time of possession all night long and the Tigers would take the lead for good when Ryan Bruegel ran for the final touchdown with 3:22 left in the game. Green Forest is your 2020 Carroll County Super Bowl winner over Berryville 18-12. Reiley Gordon finished with 163 yards passing and Fredy Juarez Jr. had 5 receptions for 66 yards and 1 touchdown. According to Green Forest head coach Greg Tibbit, the Tigers have opted in for the football playoffs and will travel to play Bald Knob this Friday in the first round. That game will be broadcast on KTHS. Congratulations to the Green Forest Tiger football team. Basketball was scheduled to start today but games for Berryville and Green Forest have been cancelled due to COVID issues with opposing schools.
The Green Forest Tigers against the Berryville Bobcats in the Carroll County Super Bowl will mark the end of the high school football regular season tonight and last night the junior high teams did the same. The junior high Bobcats traveled to Green Forest last night as the Tigers took the first possession and threw a backward pass that was recovered by Berryville, three plays later the Bobcats would score when Nick Utt punched in a touchdown from short yardage and Daniel Pedraza kicked the point after. Neither team would score the rest of the first half. Berryville took the second half opening possession that resulted with another Utt running touchdown as Green Forest never found the end zone last night. The Berryville junior high Bobcats take the 2020 Carroll County Super bowl by a score of 14-0. Tonight the senior high version will be played as the Tigers travel to Berryville for county bragging rights. Andy Dean and Josiah Price will make the call on 107.1FM KTHS and 102.3/96.9FM The Legend. Kickoff is set for 7PM.
Other games of interest on the schedule tonight include;
Prairie Grove @ Elkins
Gentry @ Gravette
Shiloh Christian @ Huntsville
Harrison @ Pea Ridge
Area schools are expected to compete for state cross country titles today as the season comes to a close. The Green Forest Tiger cross country team has added several state banners to their resume in
recent years and the senior high boys came close last year with a third place finish, the senior high girls finished 9 th . The Berryville Bobcats have a storied program as well, but the Bobcats finished 10 th last year and the Lady Bobcats 12 th . Runners will gather today at Oaklawn Park infield in Hot Springs for the three day Arkansas State Cross Country Championships and area schools include teams from Kingston, Eureka Springs, Huntsville, Berryville and Green Forest. The race schedule for Thursday includes the 1A Girls
beginning at 9am followed by the 1A boys, 2A girls begin at 11:30 followed by the 2A boys, and the 3A girls begin at 2pm followed by the 3A boys. The 4A Berryville Bobcats are scheduled to run Friday
morning at 9am. Good luck to our high school cross country runners at state! Today’s sports schedule includes the seventh grade and junior high Carroll County Super Bowl as the Green Forest Tigers will host the Berryville Bobcats. The seventh grade game will begin at 5:30 on Bill Gotto Field followed by the junior high game.
The Berryville Bobcat high school wrestling schedule has been released and the first match of the year will be December 3 rd at Russellville. Expectations are high as the Bobcats are coming of a 4A state runner up finish last season. Nine wrestlers medaled last season that included three individual state champions.
The wrestling season concludes in February and the complete schedule can be seen at kthsradio.com sports page. The Berryville Youth Wrestling Club will have sign ups Monday November 9 th from 5:45 to 7:30PM in the old rock gym in Berryville. Grades K through 8 th grade or ages 5 to 14 are eligible, a $50 fee and copy of the child’s birth certificate will be required. For more information call Seth Record at 870-423-3322
The last regular season football game is set for this Friday as the Berryville Bobcats will host the Green Forest Tigers in the annual Carroll County Super Bowl. Football fans relish the big rivalry game, but basketball fans also know that their season will begin soon. In fact Green Forest Coach Kyle Farrar just announced the beginning of the season will start this Saturday November 7 th with the annual Red/White scrimmage. Games will be played in Fred Grim Gym which has a newly renovated floor and will begin at 5PM. The game lineup will begin with the junior high girls followed by the junior high boys, senior high girls and the senior high boys will play the nightcap. According to Farrar, admission to the Red/White
scrimmage will be one or two red hand towels per family; he went on to say that due to the times that we are in we need to have several towels so players don’t have to share. The first official game for the Tigers is set for Monday November 9 th as Green Forest will host St. Paul for a non conference matchup. The complete Green Forest Tiger basketball schedule can be seen on at kthsradio.com sports page.
This past Friday night high school football included the Green Forest Tigers hosting the Huntsville Eagles on Bill Gotto Field and the Eagles spoiled the Tigers senior night winning 48-12. Senior Gordon Reiley posted 131 yards passing that included a 12 yard touchdown pass to Fredy Juarez Jr. And Barrett Phillips had 53 yards rushing on ten carries. Bryan Soto had an outstanding night on defense for Green Forest that included nine and half tackles and one tackle for a loss. Green Forest remains winless on the season. The Berryville Bobcats traveled to Prairie Grove Friday night and the Tigers dominated the
Bobcats winning 48-0. Other Friday night high school football scores included;
Elkins over Gentry 39-21
Shiloh Christian over Gravette 46-14
Farmington over Pea Ridge 38-37
Harrison over Clarksville 49-20