Green Forest and Berryville are looking for conference road victories tonight as league races are heating up. Green Forest will travel to West Fork Tuesday night for a 1-3A matchup. The Tigers are 3-4 in conference play and hope to move up in the standings against the 1-5 West Fork Tigers, and the Lady Tigers have a 2-5 conference record against 1-5 West Fork. Tipoff is set for 6PM. Berryville will travel to Gravette tonight for a 1-4A conference matchup. The Bobcats sit atop the standings with a 5-1 conference record and hope to stay there with a win against the 3-2 Gravette Lions. The Lady Bobcats and Lady Lions both have 2-3 conference records and the winner will move into 5 th place in the standings. Games begin at 4PM and include the junior high girls and boys, followed by the senior high girls and boys. Other games of interest for Tuesday
January 26 th include; Farmington @ Gentry, Prairie Grove @ Shiloh Christian, Huntsville @ Harrison, Elkins @ Greenland, and Valley Springs @ Lincoln.
Late scores from Friday January 22 nd include; Boys Girls
Valley Springs over West Fork 62-46 Valley Springs over West Fork 40-21
Huntsville over Gentry 67-29 Huntsville over Gentry 55-35
Lincoln over Kingston 46-39 Kingston over Lincoln 62-37
Gravette over Harrison 71-64 Harrison over Gravette 47-46
Bergman over Elkins 75-62 Bergman over Elkins 70-29
Shiloh Christian over Pea Ridge 48-47 Pea Ridge over Shiloh Christian 55-48
Basketball Homecoming for both Berryville and Green Forest Friday night included home conference wins. First Congratulations are in order for Ms. Bianca Rosales 2021 Green Forest Homecoming Queen and congratulations to Ms. Lauren Compton the 2021 BHS Homecoming Queen. It took more than four quarters for the Berryville Bobcats against Prairie Grove Friday night, but the Bobcats finally pulled away in the third overtime for a 62-56 victory. Jake Wilson led Berryville with 20 points, Weston Teague added 18, and Nate Allen finished with 13, the Bobcats move to the top of the 1-4A conference standings with a 5-1 record and improve to 15-3 overall. The Lady Bobcats picked up a much needed conference win against Prairie Grove winning 49-29. Berryville senior Lilli Compton led the way with 24 points, Hannah Youngblood 10, Faith Kelley 8, and Lauren Compton added 6, and the Lady Bobcats improve to 2-3 in conference play. Green Forest kept the homecoming victories coming as the Tigers defeated Greenland 58-26. The Tigers improve to 3-4 in conference play and 9-10 overall. The Lady Tigers defeated Greenland 51-29 and improve
to a 7-10 overall and 2-4 in conference play.
Basketball Homecoming festivities are scheduled for tonight for both the Tigers and the Bobcats. Green Forest will host Greenland and according to Green Forest basketball Coach Kyle Farrar games will begin at 4PM in Fred Grim Gym starting with the junior high girls, followed by the junior high boys, senior high boys, and the senior high girls will play the nightcap. Tiger homecoming recognition will be after the junior high boy’s game. Berryville will host Prairie Grove tonight in Bobcat Arena. According to Athletic Director Brent Compton, homecoming recognition will begin at 5:30 and the senior high boy’s game will tipoff at 6PM followed by the senior high girls. The Bobcats will be featured tonight on 107.1 KTHS as Andy Dean will be courtside for the 1-4A conference matchup against the Prairie Grove Tigers. Senior high boys will play first beginning at 6PM followed by the senior high girls game. And finally, the Berryville Bobcat Wrestling tournament is set for Saturday morning in Bobcat Arena beginning at 9am. Bobcat seniors will be recognized that morning
as this will be their last home meet of the season.
The Green Forest senior high basketball teams played a makeup conference game last night against West Fork in Fred Grim Gym. The Tigers found themselves tied with West Fork at the end of the third period knotted at 36, but Green Forest pulled away in the fourth and claimed a 52-43 victory. Tiger scoring included; Daniel McDonald 13, Isaac DeMeyer 12, Jordan McCloud 9, and Adrian Serna 8. Green Forest improves to 8-10 overall and 2-4 in conference play. The West Fork senior high girls built a ten point lead at halftime over Green Forest, but the Lady Tigers came back in the third period and tied the game at 34. Green Forest came up short in the fourth and fall to West Fork 50-41, the Lady Tiger are now 6-10 overall and 1-4 in conference play. Other scores from last night include; Bergman girls over Lincoln 77-25 and the Bergman boys over Lincoln 83-63, Shiloh Christian girls over Gentry 54-33,
and Shiloh boys defeated Gentry 73-38. Tonight’s basketball schedule
includes the Berryville junior high and seventh grade hosting
Harrison in Bobcat Arena, games will begin at 4:30.
Berryville seniors took control in the fourth quarter against Pea Ridge last night as the Bobcats and Lady Bobcats picked up big conference wins in Bobcat Arena. The Lady Bobcats defeated the Lady Blackhawks 45-35 giving Berryville their first conference win and handing Pea Ridge their first conference loss. Senior Lilli Compton scored 18 points with 12 coming in the fourth quarter and senior Lauren Compton posted a double double that included 10 points and 14 rebounds in the victory. The Berryville senior high boys trailed Pea Ridge by 4 at halftime, but senior forward JD Smith led Berryville to the comeback victory scoring 8 of his 19 points in the fourth quarter as the Bobcats defeat the Blackhawks 60-47. Nate Allen and Weston Teague scored 11 points each as Berryville improves to 4-1 in conference play. Other senior high boy’s scores from last night include; Green Forest falling short to Elkins 61-54, Farmington over Gravette 77-64, Prairie Grove over Huntsville 45-43, Shiloh Christian over Harrison 63-58, and Valley Springs over Greenland 59-39. Other senior high girls scores from Tuesday night include; Harrison over Shiloh Christian 44-43, Farmington over Gravette 72-67, and Prairie Grove over Huntsville 52-41. The Green Forest Tigers will play a makeup game tonight in Fred Grim Gym
as they host West Fork. Join Andy Dean the voice of the Tigers tonight on 107.1 KTHS beginning with the Lady Tigers with an early tip at 5PM,
the senior high Tigers will follow.
Berryville and Green Forest senior high basketball teams return to conference play tonight. Berryville will host Pea Ridge for a 1-4A matchup as the Lady Bobcats are looking for their first conference win and the Bobcats look to improve their 3-1 conference record. Green Forest will travel to Elkins for a 1-3A matchup, the Tigers sit at 1-3, and the Lady Tigers look to improve their 1-2 record. Other games on the schedule for Tuesday January 19 th include; Huntsville @ Prairie Grove, Harrison @ Shiloh Christian,
Valley Springs @ Greenland, West Fork @ Haas Hall Academy,
and Eureka Springs will travel to Decatur.
The Berryville senior high boys basketball team picked up a big 1-4A conference win Friday night at Harrison. The Bobcats edged the Goblins in overtime winning 48-44, JD Smith led Berryville with 16 points. The Bobcats turned around and played a makeup game with Farmington on Saturday and ran out of gas in the fourth quarter and fall to the Cardinals 77-68, Landon Chester scored 16 and Jake Wilson added 14 in the loss. Berryville is now 3-1 in conference play.
Other senior high boy’s scores from Friday include;
Valley Springs over Green Forest 48-44
Farmington over Huntsville 63-58
Elkins over Lincoln 67-49
Pea Ridge over Gentry 58-23
Kingston over Deer 54-48
Bergman over West Fork 81-56
The Berryville senior high girls basketball team fell to 0-3 in the conference play after a couple of losses this past weekend. The Lady Bobcats came up short to Harrison 68-46 Friday night and Berryville lost a close one to Farmington 46-43 on Saturday night. Lilli Compton led the Lady Bobcats in scoring in both games scoring 15 and 19 points respectively. Other senior high girl’s
scores from Friday night include;
Valley Springs over Green Forest 55-25
Kingston over Deer 78-39
Pea Ridge over Gentry 54-45
Gravette over Prairie Grove 60-29
Today’s basketball schedule for Monday January 18 th includes the Green Forest junior high and seventh grade hosting Elkins and according to Berryville Athletic Director Brent Compton the junior high and seventh grade
games against Huntsville have been postponed and
a reschedule date will be announced at a future time.
Bobcat basketball returns to KTHS tonight and Andy Dean will be courtside to make the call on 107.1 as Berryville travels to Harrison for a 1-4A conference matchup. The broadcast will begin at 6PM with the senior high girl’s game, the Lady Bobcats are looking for their first conference win against an undefeated Lady Goblin team that sits atop the standings with a 2-0 conference record and 9-0 overall. The Berryville senior high boys game will follow at approximately 7:20, the Bobcats are coming off a 54-48 home conference win over Huntsville on Tuesday and improve to 2-0 in conference play. Harrison dropped one to Farmington 72-66 last Friday and sit with a 1-2 conference record. Other 1-4A
conference games tonight include; Farmington at Huntsville, Pea Ridge at Gentry and Shiloh Christian at Clarksville. The Green Forest Tigers travel to Valley Springs tonight for a 1-3A conference matchup. Both the Tigers and Lady Tigers are coming off nonconference wins against Deer on Monday night and both teams sit at 1-1 in conference play. Other 1-3A matchups tonight include; Bergman at West Fork and Elkins @ Lincoln.
Berryville junior high basketball games schedule for today against Alpena in Bobcat Arena have been canceled. According to Berryville Athletic Director Brent Compton all seventh grade and junior high basketball games have been canceled due to COVIC issues. Berryville and Green Forest senior high girls did not have games on Tuesday, but late senior high girls scores from January 12 th include; Alpena over Decatur 65-31, Valley Springs over Elkins 51-31, Prairie Grove over Gentry 35-27, West Fork over Lincoln 51-31, and Pea Ridge over Farmington 58-57. Green Forest returns to action on Friday as they will host Valley Springs, and the Berryville Bobcats will travel to Harrison Friday and that game will be broadcast on KTHS. Join Andy Dean the voice of the Bobcats beginning with the senior high girl’s matchup with a 6 PM tipoff.
It is still early in the high school basketball conference season, but the 1-0 Berryville Bobcats needed a win at home last night against the Huntsville Eagles and the rival game went as expected; a hard fought game that always comes down to the final two or three possessions. The Bobcats held a slight edge at halftime leading 24-20 and stretched the lead to seven at the end of the third quarter. Huntsville would close the gap in the fourth quarter and had a chance in the closing seconds as it was a one possession game, but the Bobcats held on for a 52-48 victory. Berryville scoring included; Landon Chester with 14 points, Weston Teague and DJ Colbert 11 each, and JD Smith 10. Huntsville scoring included; Hunter Davidson 21, Mason Davidson 12, and Hayden Dotson 8. Berryville improves to 12 -2 overall and 2-0 in conference play. The Bobcats will travel to Harrison on Friday and that game will be broadcast on 107.1FM KTHS. The Green Forest senior high boys came up short to Blue Eye last night 58-45, and other senior high boys games of interest include; Eureka Springs over Yellville-Summit 44-34, Alpena over Decatur 62-39, Western Grove over Kingston 68-37, Lincoln over West Fork 62-61, Valley Springs over Elkins 49-35, Pea Ridge over Farmington 64-63, Gravette over Shiloh Christian 55-47.
The Green Forest senior high girl’s basketball team defeated Deer 44-39 last night in Fred Grim Gym. The Lady Tigers trailed 24-16 at half, but Maddie Youngblood scored 17 second half points to complete the comeback win, Youngblood finished with 21 for the night. The Lady Tigers improve to 6-7 overall. The Green Forest senior high boys defeated Deer 68-61, Daniel McDonald led the Tigers with 24 points and improve to 7-7 overall. The high school basketball schedule for today January 12 th includes the Green Forest senior high boys at home against Blue Eye tonight, this will be the only game starting at 6pm and Berryville will host Huntsville in Bobcat arena, there will only be a senior high boy’s game beginning at 6PM in Bobcat Arena. Bobcat wrestling is also on the schedule for tonight; Berryville will host a dual meet beginning at 6PM in the old rock gym on the high school campus.
The Berryville Lady Bobcat basketball team improved to a 5-5 record Friday night after a big non conference win against Clarksville. Berryville senior Lilli Compton scored 19 first half points as the Lady Bobcats built a 41-24 halftime lead. Compton would finish with a game high 35 points as Berryville cruised to a 70-57 victory. The Berryville senior high boys hosted Crane Missouri Friday night and trailed 15-20 at halftime in a very physical defensive game. The Bobcats kept it close but came up short as Crane defeated Berryville 46-42, the Bobcats fall to 11-2 overall and 1-0 in conference play. The Green Forest senior high boy’s basketball team traveled to Bergman Friday night for a 1-3A conference matchup. The Tigers trailed 28-43 at halftime and Daniel McDonald poured in 32 points, but that was not enough as the Panthers defeat Green Forest 70-49. The Green Forest senior high girls game was canceled Friday night against Bergman, but they return to action tonight and Andy Dean, the voice of the Tigers will broadcast the game on KTHS 107.1FM. The Lady Tigers will begin at approximately 6:30PM followed by the senior high boys.
Catch Tiger basketball on KTHS tonight!
Green Forest Tiger basketball returns to 107.1FM KTHS tonight as the Tigers travel to Bergman for a 1- 3A conference showdown. Andy Dean, the voice of the Tigers, will be courtside tonight starting with the senior high boy’s game beginning at 6:15PM. The 6-6 Tigers will face the 15-4 Panthers. Green Forest
lost a close one to Lincoln on Tuesday by a score of 44-42 and look to improve their 1-1 conference record. The senior high girls game has been canceled due to COVID issues with Bergman. Berryville basketball will host senior high games tonight in Bobcat Arena. The Lady Bobcats will host Clarksville beginning at 5PM, and the Bobcats will host Crane Missouri beginning at 6:20PM. Both games will be in Bobcat Arena.
Junior high basketball is on the schedule for tonight and includes some changes. According to Green Forest basketball Coach Kyle Farrar the junior high Tigers will host Yellville-Summit tonight in Fred Grim Gym; games begin at 5PM and include seventh grade boys, junior high JV boys, and junior high varsity boys. There will be no girl’s games. According to Berryville athletic director Brent Compton Berryville will host Gentry tonight in Bobcat Arena; games begin at 5PM and include junior high JV boy’s game followed by the junior high boy’s varsity team. Tuesday late senior high boys basketball scores included;
Harrison over Gentry 78-57
Green Forest Tigers come up short to Lincoln 44-42
Bergman over Valley Springs 64-57
Alpena over Life Way Christian 55-48
Gravette over Pea Ridge 51-48
Farmington over Prairie Grove 56-44
West Fork over Greenland 52-38
Berryville over Shiloh Christian 52-47
According to Berryville Athletic Director Brent Compton; Friday January 8th the senior high boys will host Crane Missouri in Bobcat Arena and the senior high girls will host Clarksville, also in Bobcat Arena beginning at 5PM.
The Berryville senior high boy’s basketball team came up with a big road victory over Shiloh Christian Tuesday night to open conference play. The Bobcats trailed 21-19 at halftime and neither team secured a comfortable lead until the end. Berryville’s balanced offensive attack was enough for a 52-47 victory. The Bobcats improve to 11-1 overall and 1-0 in conference. The Lady Bobcats fell behind in the second and third quarter thanks to the post play of Lady Saint Anna McCready. McCready finished with 17 points as Shiloh took the conference opener over Berryville 52-37. The Lady Bobcats fall to 4-5 overall.
High school basketball returns to 107.1FM KTHS tonight as Andy Dean, the voice of the Bobcats will be courtside as Berryville hits the road for a 1-4A conference showdown at Shiloh Christian in Springdale. The broadcast will begin at approximately 5:45PM with the senior high girl’s game. The 4-4 Lady Bobcats last played on December 22 nd and picked up a home victory over Jasper. Berryville will face a tough 9-2 Lady Saints team whose only losses came from Northside and Lamar. This will be the first conference game of the season for both schools. The Berryville senior high boys are coming off a 14 day layoff and will begin conference play tonight with an impressive 10-1 record after picking up wins against Lincoln and Jasper before Christmas break. 5-5 Shiloh Christian played last week and included a home win over Kingston on the 28 th and a road loss to Russellville on the 29 th . Be sure to tune in for the senior high boys game starting approximately 7:15PM following the senior high girls game. Good luck to the Bobcats! Other games of interest include Green Forest hosting Lincoln in Fred Grim Gym, Harrison @ Gentry,
Prairie Grove @ Farmington, and Pea Ridge @ Gravette.
High School basketball returns on Tuesday, but unfortunately Berryville’s junior high games are canceled for today. According to Berryville Athletic Director Brent Compton the seventh grade and junior high girls and boys home basketball games against Ozark Mountain School District have been canceled for Monday January 4 th . Tuesday senior high basketball is on the schedule and includes Green Forest hosting Lincoln and Berryville will travel to Springdale to play the Shiloh Christian Saints. Andy Dean will be courtside Tuesday night to make the call for 107.1FM KTHS. The Bobcat broadcast will begin approximately at 6:15PM with the senior high girls followed by the senior high boys. And finally, Congratulations to the Blue Eye Lady Bulldogs on a big win last Thursday over El Dorado Springs in the annual Pink and White basketball tournament in Springfield Missouri. Blue Eye trailed 40-27 at the end of the third quarter, but a big fourth quarter that included four 3's between Riley and Avery Arnold sent the game to overtime. Avery would add another three in overtime and made one of two free throws in the closing seconds to take a 55-52 win. The Lady Bulldogs take 5th place in the white bracket with wins over Carthage and Parkview earlier in the week. Again Congratulations to the Lady Bulldogs!
Congratulations to the Blue Eye Lady Bulldogs on a big win Thursday over El Dorado Springs in the annual Pink and White basketball tournament in Springfield Missouri. Blue Eye trailed 40-27 at the end of the third quarter, but a big fourth quarter that included four 3's between Riley and Avery Arnold sent the game to overtime. Avery would add another three in overtime and made one of two free throws in the closing seconds to take a 55-52 win. The Lady Bulldogs take 5th place in the white bracket with wins over Carthage and Parkview earlier in the week. Again Congratulations to the Lady Bulldogs!
The Blue Eye Lady Bulldogs and the Arnold twins keep it rolling in the third round of thePink and White basketball tournament in Springfield Missouri this week. Yesterday theLady Bulldogs used a 14-5 second-quarter to build enough separation to defeat Carthage50-43. Blue Eye led 27-17 at halftime and maintained a 35-25 lead after three quarters of play. Avery Arnold, who was the defensive player of the year in the Southwest Central League last season, scored a game-high 20 points for Blue Eye. Riley Arnold was right behind
with 11 to pace the Lady Bulldogs’ offensive attack. Blue Eye will play
El Dorado Springs today for 5 th place in the white bracket
starting at noon today at Hillcrest High School campus.
Happy New Year from the KTHS sports crew!