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"Voice of the Bobcats" Kevin K. Smith

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Sports News

KTHS local sports strive to bring you relevant and informative local sporting news, especially when it comes to recognizing and honoring our local youth. As the school year comes to an end and summer begins it becomes evident that our lives head in many different directions, especially in this day and age of so many specialized activities. It is for that reason that the KTHS local sports broadcast will play on an “as needed” basis for the summer. It is our hope that our listeners will help during this so called off season and you can do this by simply informing us of any significant activities throughout the summer. KTHS would consider it a privilege to recognize and honor any local activities including summer youth sporting events, local sporting benefits and fundraisers, youth camps, tournaments, rodeos, golf,  well it can be an endless list. Bottom line is, if it is important to you, it is important to our community. So in short, we need your help. Inform KTHS about local sports this summer and we will do our best to inform our listeners. Call 870-423-2147 or email me at jamieh@kthsradio.com. Thank you in advance and KTHS hopes you have a great summer!


Jamie Hussey


KTHS General Manager

  

Sports 6-21-19

Arkansas High School Coaches Association 2019 All Star Games at the University of Central Arkansas, Conway 

FRIDAY - JUNE 21 

4:00 pm AHSCA All Star Baseball Bear Stadium 

4:00 pm AHSCA All Star Softball Farris Field

5:00 pm AHSCA All Star Girls Soccer Estes Stadium 

6:00 pm AHSCA All Star Volleyball Farris Center 

7:00 pm AHSCA All Star Boys Soccer Estes Stadium 

SATURDAY - JUNE 22 

1:00 pm AHSCA Girls All Star Basketball Farris Center 

3:00 pm AHSCA Boys All Star Basketball Farris Center

6:00 pm AHSCA All Star Football Estes Stadium 

Tickets $6.00 for adults & students. Available at the gate/ticket office.


Sports 6-20-19

The Arkansas High School Coaches Association has announced the 2019 All Star Games at the University of Central Arkansas in Conway will be played Friday June 21st and Saturday June 22nd. All star games for soccer, basketball, football, baseball, and softball will be included and some of our outstanding student athletes were selected to play in this prestigious event. Green Forest boys head soccer coach Ben West will lead the West All Stars and all star players include; Kayden Eckman Eureka Springs, Franklin Morales Green Forest, Bryant Escobar Manager Green Forest. Green Forest girls head soccer coach Ashley Wilson will lead the girls West All Stars and all star players include; Daisy Padilla Green Forest, Neibin Laibwij Green Forest, Maryn Jones Berryville, and Jessica Padilla Manager Green Forest. Girl’s basketball selections for the West All Stars include; Abby Dean Alpena, Ashley Farrar Green Forest, and Hannah Morrell Berryville. A complete schedule of games can be seen at the Arkansas Activities Association website. Congratulations to all of our local Coaches and Players and good luck!



6-4-19

  

Berryville head basketball Coach Brent Compton has announced winners of the 2019 boys and girls Bobcat Champions basketball camp that was recently held at Bobcat Arena.

Girls;

Free Throw Champion; 3rd grade Ryleigh Walker, 4thgrade Taylor Ward, 5th grade Brianna Crawford, 6th grade Kaylyn Smith, 7th grade Taelor Tomilinson.

Hot Shot Champion; 3rd grade Ryleigh Walker, 4thgrade Taylor Ward, 5th grade Brianna Crawford, 6th grade Ella Miller, 7th grade Taelor Tomlinson.

1 on 1 Champion; 3rd grade Ellie Asbury, 4thgrade Alyssa Solorzano, 5th grade Kinly Smith, 6th grade Tessa Johnson, 7th grade Taelor Tomlinson.

Obstacle Course Champion; 3rd grade Ellie Asbury, 4th grade Alyssa Solorzano, 5th grade Kinly Smith, 6thgrade Tori Smits, 7th grade Aubrey Beck.

Outstanding Camper; 3rd grade Sophia Sharp, 4thgrade Jenna Strough, 5th grade Kinly Smith, 6th grade Cody Joubert, 7th grade Addie Ashford.

Lower Division 3 on 3 Champions; Alyssa Calvillo, Jenna Strough, Ellie Asbury, Reagan Dorl

Upper Division 3 on 3 Champions; Kaylyn Smith, Ella Miller, Addie Ashford

Boys;

Free Throw Champion; 3rd grade Talon Whetham, 4thgrade Eli Roy, 5th grade Bryce Smith, 6th grade Peyton Smith, 7th grade Kaiden Johnson.

Hot Shot Champion; 3rd grade Carson Compton, 4thgrade Joseph Tomlinson, 5th grade Chase Rushing, 6thgrade Peyton Smith, 7th grade Austin Bradley.

1 on 1 Champion; 3rd grade Carson Compton, 4thgrade Eli Roy, 5th grade Craig Thomas Hicks, 6th grade Peyton Smith, 7th grade Austin Bradley.

Obstacle Course Champion; 3rd grade Carson Compton, 4th grade Eli Roy, 5th grade Bryce Smith, 6thgrade Peyton Smith, 7th grade Devin Alvarez.

Outstanding Camper; 3rd grade Easton Anderson, 4thgrade Mason Holmes, 5th grade Carter Wolf, 6th grade Jarret Gentry, 7th grade Kaiden Johnson

Lower Division 3 on 3; Eli Roy, Joseph Tomlinson, Anthony Arrizon

Upper Division 3 on 3; Payton Smith, Kevin Arrizon, Craig Thomas Hicks





5-24-19

  

Green Forest head basketball Coach Shane Compton has announced the Green Forest skills academy to be held at Grim Gym June 4th – 21st. This three week and 9 session academy will take place every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday and is only $30. The Academy will cover ball handling, shooting, defense, footwork, passing, and rebounding. Fifth and sixth graders will play evenings 5 to 6, seventh through ninth grade will play 6:15 to 7:15, and tenth grade through twelfth will play 7:30 to 8:30. Academy will be limited to 20 students per session. Call Coach Compton for more information at 901-671-5950 or email to scompton@gf.k12.ar.usor go to the Green Forest Schools Facebook page.  


  Sports 5-23-19


Conway - The Arkansas High School Coaches Association has announced the coaches for the 2019 Soccer All-Star Games. The summer games will mark the 64th year of All-Star competition and the 16th year of All-Star competition for Baseball, Softball, and Soccer. Green Forest girls and boys soccer Coaches made the list as head coaches after outstanding seasons.

Boys West Soccer 

Head Coach: Ben West, Green Forest

Darren Chandler, Prairie Grove

Mike Devaney, Bentonville

Craig Moses, Hot Springs Lakeside 

Girls West Soccer 

Head Coach: Ashley Wilson, Green Forest

Fabrizio Campagnola, Har-Ber

Jason Gentry, Benton

Stephanie Mitchell, Prairie Grove 

Games will be played;

Girls Soccer - June 21, 2019, 5:00pm - UCA Estes Stadium

Boys Soccer - June 21, 2019, 7:00pm - UCA Estes Stadium 



5-22-19


High school spring sports are in the books and the Green Forest Tigers came away with two 3A state runner up banners this year. The Lady Tiger track team claimed the runner up title earlier this month when Green Forest hosted the state meet and the Green Forest Tiger soccer team claimed the 3A state runner up title Monday and finished with a 16-2-2 record. Congratulations to the student athletes, coaches, parents and fans on a great year of Tiger sports. The Harrison Lady Goblin soccer team won the 4A state title on Monday when they defeated Pulaski Academy 5-2. The Lady Goblins went undefeated in conference play including a 4-0 win over Berryville in early May and finished the year with a 25-3-1 record. And finally, the Harrison boys soccer team came up short to Valley View 2-1 in the 4A state final played on Monday. Harrison finished with a 20-5-1 record and claimed the 4A state runner up title. Congratulations to the Harrison soccer teams.  






Sports 5-21-19


The boy’s 3A state soccer championship game between Green Forest and Central Arkansas Christian was postponed until Monday due to weather but a big crowd with Tiger spirit made the trip to Fayetteville to cheer on the Tigers for a chance to win their second state soccer title. CAC scored first and took a 2-0 first half lead when a corner kick and deflected header made its way into the net. The Tigers first half stats included two shots on goal, four fouls, and one corner kick as the Mustangs keep the pressure on with five shots on goal, ten fouls, and three corner kicks. Green Forest turned the tables in the second half with more shots on goal but could not find a way past the CAC defense and did not have an answer for CAC’s Blake Smith who added two more goals in the second half as they went on to win the 3A state title with a score of 4-0. Smith scored all four goals and was named MVP. Tiger head soccer coach Ben West told KTHS after the game that he was very proud of his players for a great season and that they fought hard against a big and athletic team. Coach West and assistant volunteer coach Fernando Fuentas accepted the 3A state runner up trophy from title sponsor Farm Bureau and Carroll County Agent John Fowler and will hang a much deserved banner at Green Forest schools. Congratulations to the Green Forest Tiger boys soccer team on a great year! The Blue Eye girls track program claimed the school’s first state title in any sport yesterday as they completed an inspirational run to the Class 1 state track title in Jefferson City. The Lady Bulldogs dominated the distance events in both relays and individual events. Congratulations to the Blue Eye Lady Bulldog Class 1 track champions!














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Sports 5-20-19

The Arkansas Activities Association postponed the state soccer finals Saturday due to weather and has scheduled the games for today, same time same place. The Green Forest Tiger soccer team will take the field at noon today against Central Arkansas Christian.

The Green Forest boys soccer team is one win away from a state championship and will play today at noon for the 3A state soccer title against Central Arkansas Christian. Back in 2014, and then head coach Bradley James led the Tigers to their first state soccer championship against the very same school. The 2014 Tigers defeated CAC 4-1 and claimed the 4A classification that year, but the schools have both moved to the 3A classification in this year’s championship game. Current head soccer coach Ben West and volunteer head coach Fernando Fuentes has led the Tigers to a 16-1-2 record, with their only loss coming from Mountain Home and the two tie games were against county rival Berryville. This year’s Tiger soccer team may be the best in school history and will look to Bryant Escobar to lead the team to the 3A state title. Escobar is a five foot and nine inch junior midfielder who scored five goals in three victories to help Green Forest advance to the state final and a chance to claim their second state soccer championship. Fans are encouraged to make the short trip to Fayetteville and pack the stands with Tiger red at Razorback Field Monday May 20th beginning at noon. Good luck to the Green Forest boys soccer team, Go Tigers, take state! 

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Sports 5-17-19

The Green Forest boys soccer team is one win away from a state championship as they prepare for the 3A state soccer final against Central Arkansas Christian this Saturday beginning at noon in Fayetteville and this is not the first time. Back in 2014, and then head coach Bradley James led the Tigers to their first state soccer championship against the very same school, Central Arkansas Christian. The 2014 Tigers defeated CAC 4-1 and claimed the 4A classification that year, but the schools have both moved to the 3A classification in this year’s championship game. Current head soccer coach Ben West and volunteer head coach Fernando Fuentes has led the Tigers to a 16-1-2 record, with their only loss coming from Mountain Home and the two tie games were against county rival Berryville. This year’s Tiger soccer team may be the best in school history and will look to Bryant Escobar to lead the team to the 3A state title. Escobar is a five foot and nine inch junior midfielder who scored five goals in three victories to help Green Forest advance to the state final and a chance to claim their second state soccer championship. Fans are encouraged to make the short trip to Fayetteville and pack the stands with Tiger red at Razorback Field Saturday May 18th beginning at noon. Good luck to the Green Forest boys soccer team, Go Tigers, take state! 


  

5-16-19

The Green Forest boy’s soccer team is preparing for the 3A state soccer final against Central Arkansas Christian which will be played this Saturday beginning at noon in Fayetteville and this is not the first time. Back in 2014, and then head coach Bradley James led the Tigers to their first state soccer championship against the very same school, Central Arkansas Christian. The 2014 Tigers defeated CAC 4-1 and claimed the 4A classification that year, but the schools have both moved to the 3A classification in this year’s championship game. Current head soccer coach Ben West has led the Tigers to a 16-1-2 record, with their only loss coming from Mountain Home and the two tie games were against county rival Berryville. This year’s Tiger soccer team may be the best in school history and will look to Bryant Escobar to lead the team to the 3A state title. Escobar is a five foot and nine inch junior midfielder who scored five goals in three victories to help Green Forest advance to the state final and a chance to claim their second state soccer championship. Fans are encouraged to make the trip to Razorback Field Saturday May 18th beginning at noon. Good luck to the Green Forest boys soccer team, take state! 

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Sports 5-15-19

The 2019 boys and girls Champions basketball camp is scheduled for Tuesday May 28th through Friday May 31stat Bobcat Arena. Kids entering grades 3-7 are encouraged to register Tuesday May 28th at 8:30am and requires $50 per camper. Bobcat basketball camp highlights include; fun atmosphere to learn and develop basketball fundamentals, individual instruction from Berryville high school players and coaches, and awards and t-shirt are included with registration. The Berryville coaching staff includes; boys coaches-Brent Compton and Cody Curtis, and girls coaches- Daniel Cornelison and Aaron Hall. Take your game to the next level at the 2019 Bobcat Champions basketball camp May 28th– 31st. Contact Coach Compton at 870-654-3706 for more information or questions 

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Sports 5-13-19
It’s been a historic run for the Green Forest senior high boy’s soccer team this seas

 Sports 5-14-19

The Berryville Lady Bobcat soccer team made a historic run last year in the 4A state tournament with their first and only appearance in the 4A state championship and soccer coach Aaron Hall and the Lady Bobcats had lofty goals for this season too. Berryville’s district tournament win over Clarksville in overtime earned the Lady Bobcats a return trip to the state tournament and a 5-0 win over Brookland sent them to the final eight for the second year in a row. But Pulaski Academy stopped Berryville late Friday in the quarter finals with a 7-0 loss and the Lady Bobcat soccer season came to an end. Berryville finished the season with a 13-11 record, Congratulations to the Berryville Lady Bobcat soccer team for another great season. Pulaski Academy will play the Harrison Lady Goblins in the 4A state soccer championship later this week. Athletic Director Brent Compton told KTHS the spring football scrimmage/practice will be held today at 3:30 at the Berryville Sports Complex.State!

 



Sports 5-13-19

It’s been a historic run for the Green Forest senior high boy’s soccer team this season, and now they will play for the 3A State soccer title. The Tigers defeated Harding Academy 6-1 Saturday in Harrison in the 3A state semifinals and will play in the finals in Fayetteville later this week against Central Arkansas Christian. Green Forest rolled through the 3A West conference with a 10-0 undefeated record, in fact the only Tiger loss of the season was to Mountain Home back in April. Green Forest has dominated the first three games of the state tournament with wins over Riverview 7-1 on Thursday and Cossatot River 7-0 on Friday. Saturday’s 6-1 victory over Harding Academy will give Green Forest a chance for a 3A state title. Green Forest Coach Ben West was quoted saying; this team knows how to play together and has fun doing it. The Arkansas Activities Association will announce the state soccer final schedule and games times later this week. Congratulations and good luck to the Green Forest Tiger soccer team, Take   








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5-10-19


Green Forest, Berryville, and Harrison high school soccer teams all advance in the first round of state soccer tournaments and the soccer season ends for Eureka Springs. The Green Forest Lady Tigers defeated Cave City 7-0 yesterday and will play a 3A quarter final game today against Episcopal at 10am in Harrison. The Green Forest boys soccer team also dominated their first round opponent Riverview for a 7-1 victory and will move on to play Cossatot River at 10am today. Eureka Springs Lady Highlanders ended their season yesterday in the 3A state soccer tournament with a loss to St. Joseph 6-0 and the Highlanders lost their state first round game to St. Joseph 2-1. The 4A state soccer tournament in Batesville included a big win for the Berryville Lady Bobcats as they defeated Brookland 5-0, Berryville will play Pulaski Academy in the quarter finals today at 2PM. The Harrison Goblins defeated Brookland 2-0 yesterday and will play Pulaski Academy today at noon. And the Harrison Lady Goblin soccer team defeated Batesville 4-0 and will play a 4A state quarter final game today against Stuttgart at 10am. Today’s winners will advance to Saturday semifinal games for a chance at State Championships next week in Fayetteville. Good luck to our area soccer teams, and congratulations to Eureka Springs girls and boys soccer teams on a great season


Sports update 5-10-19

 

The Green Forest boy’s soccer team defeated Cossatot River this morning 7-0 in the quarter finals of the 3A state tournament in Harrison. They will advance to the semifinals at noon on Saturday against the winner of Harding Academy/Baptist Prep. A Tiger victory tomorrow would advance Green Forest to t quarter finals of the 3A state tournament. Congratulations to the Lady Tigers on a great season and a final eight in state finishhe 3A state finals next week in Fayetteville. The Green Forest Lady Tiger soccer season ended this morning with a loss to Episcopal 3-1 in the. 


5-9-10


The girls and boys 3A State Track meet in Green Forest yesterday was a meet of persistence and success as organizers battled weather and the Lady Tigers battled to a 3A State Runner Up trophy and banner. The Green Forest senior high girls track team tied for second place with Greenland as Harding Academy took the team title. The Lady Tigers claimed 3A state championships in two events including Karina Maravillas winning the 800 meter run with a time of 2:24 and the 4 by 800 relay that included Maravillas, and Jennifer Martinez, Lindsey Anglin, and Lucy Rios. On the boy’s side, senior Tiger Lex Hilton was the 3A state champ in the 3200 meter run with a time of 9:48. Prescott boys took the team title as Green Forest finished in 10th place out of nearly 40 teams. Green Forest Athletic Director Bobby Bishop had this to say on social media at the end of a very long day“After 4 weather delays and a computer glitch setting us back a good 3 hours, we successfully finished the 3A State Track Meet. I can’t say enough about our team of coaches, teachers, administrators, students, maintenance, custodial, cafeteria workers, and countless volunteers who helped us pull this thing off. It was a total team effort. And, as the athletic director at GFHS I thank and appreciate all who helped out in any way”. Congratulations to the Green Forest Lady Tiger and Tiger track teams on a great year! Weather has also made it difficult for the Berryville girls and boys soccer teams. First round district tournament games against Clarksville have been postponed and will be scheduled as weather will allow.

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5-9-19

  

High school state soccer tournaments begin today across the state of Arkansas and the schedule for our local schools include;

4A classification

Berryville Lady Bobcats against Brookland @ 1PM in Batesville

Harrison Lady Goblins against Batesville @ 9AM in Batesville

3A classification

Green Forest Lady Tigers against Cave City @ 9AM in Harrison 

Eureka Springs Lady Highlanders against St. Joseph @ 11AM in Harrison

Green Forest Tigers against Riverview @ 1PM in Harrison 

Eureka Springs Highlanders against St. Joseph @ 5PM in Harrison

Good luck to our local soccer teams in post season play today!



The girls and boys 3A State Track meet in Green Forest yesterday was a meet of persistence and success as organizers battled weather and the Lady Tigers battled to a 3A State Runner Up trophy and banner. The Green Forest senior high girls track team tied for second place with Greenland as Harding Academy took the team title. The Lady Tigers claimed 3A state championships in two events including Karina Maravillas winning the 800 meter run with a time of 2:24 and the 4 by 800 relay that included Maravillas, and Jennifer Martinez, Lindsey Anglin, and Lucy Rios. On the boy’s side, senior Tiger Lex Hilton was the 3A state champ in the 3200 meter run with a time of 9:48. Prescott boys took the team title as Green Forest finished in 10th place out of nearly 40 teams. Green Forest Athletic Director Bobby Bishop had this to say on social media at the end of a very long day“After 4 weather delays and a computer glitch setting us back a good 3 hours, we successfully finished the 3A State Track Meet. I can’t say enough about our team of coaches, teachers, administrators, students, maintenance, custodial, cafeteria workers, and countless volunteers who helped us pull this thing off. It was a total team effort. And, as the athletic director at GFHS I thank and appreciate all who helped out in any way”. Congratulations to the Green Forest Lady Tiger and Tiger track teams on a great year! Weather has also made it difficult for the Berryville girls and boys soccer teams. First round district tournament games against Clarksville have been postponed and will be scheduled as weather will allow.

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5-8-19

The boy’s soccer state tournament brackets are set as Green Forest and Eureka Springs teams are still vying for 3A state soccer titles. The Green Forest Tigers made an impressive run through the 1-3A west conference regular season by going undefeated with a 10-0 record. The number one seed Tigers will play Riverview Thursday at 1PM in the first round of the 3A state soccer tournament being held in Harrison. The Eureka Springs Highlander soccer team will play St. Joseph out of Conway in the first round 3A state soccer tournament at 5PM also in Harrison. First round victories would advance the teams to the quarter finals on Friday and the semifinals are set for Saturday with a chance to play for a state title next week in Fayetteville. Good luck to our local high school soccer teams in state tournaments this week!

5-7-19

  

Girls state soccer tournament brackets are set and our local teams are still vying for Championships this week. The Green Forest Lady Tigers claimed a number one seed and the 1-3A district championship last week and will play Cave City on Thursday at 9AM in the first round of the 3A state tournament in Harrison. The Eureka Springs Lady Highlanders will play their first round game against St. Joseph, also in Harrison. The Berryville Lady Bobcat soccer team claimed the three seed in the 4A state tournament after defeating Shiloh Christian last Friday. Berryville will play Brookland Thursday at 1PM in Batesville. The number one seed Harrison Lady Goblins will play Batesville at 9AM. Winners will all advance to the quarter finals on Friday and Saturday’s winners will play for state titles in Fayetteville next week, good luck to all of our area soccer teams in post season play.  


5-6-19

 The Berryville Lady Bobcat soccer team claimed third place in the 1-4A district soccer tournament Friday afternoon in between rain delays. Berryville dominated Shiloh Christian 9-1 and will be the three seed in the 4A state soccer tournament. The Lady Bobcats will play Brookland at 1PM Thursday in the first round of the 4A state tournament in Batesville. The Harrison Lady Goblin soccer team claimed the weather delayed district tournament championship on Saturday over Prairie Grove 5-0 and will be the number one seed. Good luck to the Berryville Lady Bobcat soccer team in the 4A state soccer tournament this Thursday. According to Berryville Athletic Director Brent Compton the Berryville Athletic Awards ceremony will be tonight at 6PM in Bobcat Arena. Student Athletes will be recognized for their efforts in Volleyball, Cross Country, Golf, Football, Basketball, Baseball, Softball, and Track. Fans are encouraged to come out and support Bobcat athletics tonight in Bobcat Arena 

5-3-19

The Berryville Lady Bobcat softball team attempted to make school history for the second year in a row in post season play in the 4A Regional tournament in Farmington yesterday. Berryville a four seed from the district tournament last week faced the number one seed Morrilton for a chance to advance to the semifinals of the regional tournament and a state tournament spot next week. The Lady Bobcats held the Lady Devil Dogs until a four run third inning and Morrilton scored three more in the fourth. Berryville never gave up, scoring two runs of their own, but came up short 9-2 in the end. Coach Josh Hatfield and the Lady Bobcats end the season with a 13-13 overall record and earned a trip to the regional tournament for the second year in a row. Berryville made school history last year when they made the 4A state tournament for the first time and this year’s team had similar success with tougher competition. Congratulations to the Lady Bobcat softball team on a great season! A big win for the Green Forest Tiger baseball team last week in the district tournament set up a first round 3A Regional game against Charleston last night. The Tigers held their own, but came up short in a 6-0 loss to Charleston. Coach Brandon Stone and the Tigers end the season with a 6-16 overall record, congratulations to the Green Forest Tiger baseball team on a great season. And finally the Berryville Lady Bobcat soccer team fell to Harrison 4-0 yesterday in the semi finals of the district tournament. Berryville will play Shiloh Christian for third place today at 1PM at the Bobcat Sports Complex weather permitting and will play again next Thursday in the 4A state tournament in Batesville.

5-2-19

Last year the Berryville Bobcat and Lady Bobcat soccer teams claimed the 4A state runner up titles with impressive playoff runs and this year Berryville teams will try to duplicate last year’s magic and it needed to start last night in Clarksville in the first round of the district tournament. The Lady Bobcats played the first game and were down 1-0 with twenty minutes left in regulation. Senior Maryn Jones tied the game at one to send it to overtime and Berryville took advantage in penalty kicks 3-2 for the victory. The win secured a spot in next week’s state tournament in Batesville and they will advance to play Harrison today in the district semifinals in Berryville. The Bobcats played the late game against Clarksville in hopes of the same results the ladies had earlier, but Berryville’s season would end in a 2-1 loss to the Panthers. The disappointed soccer Bobcats finished with an 8-9-3 overall record. The Berryville Lady Bobcat softball team will continue their playoff run in the 4A North regional tournament in Farmington today against Morrilton. Berryville claimed the number four seed in the district tournament last week and a win today would advance them to a semifinal regional game and a trip to the state tournament next week for the second year in a row. According to Green Forest baseball Coach Brandon Stone the first round of the 1-3A regional tournament has been moved to Lincoln instead of West Fork due to field conditions. The Tigers will play Charleston today for a chance to advance to the 3A state tournament next week. And according to Berryville athletic director Brent Compton, Berryville will host four games today for the boys and girls 4A district tournament at the Bobcat Sports Complex. Game schedule includes; Prairie Grove girls against Shiloh Christian @ 1P, Dardanelle boys against Prairie Grove @ 3P, Berryville girls against Harrison @ 5P, and Harrison boys against Clarksville @ 7P. 

5-1-19

The girls and boys 3A State Track meet in Green Forest yesterday was a meet of persistence and success as organizers battled weather and the Lady Tigers battled to a 3A State Runner Up trophy and banner. The Green Forest senior high girls track team tied for second place with Greenland as Harding Academy took the team title. The Lady Tigers claimed 3A state championships in two events including Karina Maravillas winning the 800 meter run with a time of 2:24 and the 4 by 800 relay that included Maravillas, and Jennifer Martinez, Lindsey Anglin, and Lucy Rios. On the boy’s side, senior Tiger Lex Hilton was the 3A state champ in the 3200 meter run with a time of 9:48. Prescott boys took the team title as Green Forest finished in 10th place out of nearly 40 teams. Green Forest Athletic Director Bobby Bishop had this to say on social media at the end of a very long day“After 4 weather delays and a computer glitch setting us back a good 3 hours, we successfully finished the 3A State Track Meet. I can’t say enough about our team of coaches, teachers, administrators, students, maintenance, custodial, cafeteria workers, and countless volunteers who helped us pull this thing off. It was a total team effort. And, as the athletic director at GFHS I thank and appreciate all who helped out in any way”. Congratulations to the Green Forest Lady Tiger and Tiger track teams on a great year! Weather has also made it difficult for the Berryville girls and boys soccer teams. First round district tournament games against Clarksville have been postponed and will be scheduled as weather will allow.

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4-30-19

The Green Forest girls and boys soccer teams claimed the 1-3A west conference soccer titles last night with wins over Decatur. The Lady Tigers defeated Decatur 7-0 Monday night to remain undefeated with a 6-0 conference record; the Tigers defeated Decatur 3-1 to remain undefeated with a 10-0 conference record. Both teams will be the number one seed from the 1-3A west conference in the 3A state tournament next week in Harrison. Congratulations to the Green Forest Tiger and Lady Tiger soccer teams. 3A girls and boys track teams throughout the state of Arkansas will compete today at Green Forest as the Tigers will host the 3A state meet today. According to Green Forest Athletic Director Bobby Bishop, field events will begin at 10:30, running prelims will begin at 12:30, and running finals will begin at 5:30. The state’s best athletes will be competing and the public is encouraged to come out and support student athletes, admission is $6. And finally, the Berryville Bobcat boys soccer team will travel to Clarksville today for the first round of the 1-4A district soccer tournament. The boys game will begin at 3:30 today and the Lady Bobcat girls soccer team will play Wednesday at 3:30 at Clarksville as well, a win would advance Berryville to the semifinals and secure a spot in the 4A state tournament in Batesville next week.

4-26-19

The Green Forest senior high Lady Tiger track team continued their dominance last night as they posted over 385 points to take the 1-3A district track meet championship. The Lady Tigers placed first in nearly every event and according to the school facebook post this was the 14th consecutive senior high girl’s district title. Clinton finished second with 145 points. The Green Forest senior high boys track team posted 212 points last night, good enough for the 1-3A district track runner up trophy. Clinton took first place with 263 points. Congratulations to the Green Forest Lady Tiger and Tiger track teams and good luck at the 3A state meet next week, which will be held at Tiger Stadium Tuesday April 30th. The Berryville Lady Bobcat softball team fell to top rated Farmington 14-0 last night in the semi finals of the 1-4A district tournament. The Lady Bobcats will play for third place today against Pea Ridge in Gentry; the game will determine seeding for next week’s regional tournament in Farmington. The rest of today’s sports schedule includes the Green Forest baseball team playing Valley Springs for third place in the 1-3A district baseball tournament in Clinton, and the Berryville girls and boy’s soccer teams will play their final home game of the season as they host Dardanelle tonight, senior recognition will take place in between girls and boys games at approximately 6:45 at the Bobcat Sports Complex.

4-25-19

The Berryville Lady Bobcat softball team will continue play today in the 1-4A district softball tournament in Gentry. The Lady Bobcats have a 13-10 overall record and went 5-3 in conference play this season. Berryville defeated Gentry on Tuesday 9-2 to earn a trip to the semi finals against Farmington today at 4PM. The 18-2 Lady Cardinals are undefeated in conference play and defeated Huntsville 16-0 on Tuesday in the quarter finals. A Berryville win would advance the Lady Bobcats to the championship game on Friday at 6; a Berryville loss would put them in the third place game at 4:30. The Green Forest senior high girls and boys track teams will host the 1-3A district track meet today at Tiger Stadium. The Lady Tigers are the defending champs and expectations for both girls and boys are running high for this year. Green Forest senior’s Lex Hilton and Karina Maravillas are expected to lead Green Forest in running events today. According to Green Forest Athletic Director Bobby Bishop; field events will begin at 3:30 and the public is encouraged to come out and support the athletes today. 

4-24-19

The Berryville Lady Bobcat softball team advanced to the semi finals of the 1-4A district tournament yesterday with a 9-2 win over Gentry. Berryville would put up seven runs before Gentry scored two runs in the top of the fifth inning, but that would be the only runs allowed by the Lady Bobcats as they added two more runs in the bottom of the sixth to seal the victory. Berryville will play Farmington on Thursday and the winner will advance to the championship and the loser will play for third on Friday. The Lady Bobcat victory over Gentry earned Berryville a trip to the regional tournament next week for the second year in a row. Green Forest Tiger baseball team fell to top rated Clinton yesterday 10-0 in the 1-3A district baseball tournament semifinals, the Tigers will play for third place against Valley Springs on Thursday. The Berryville Bobcat baseball season ended yesterday as they lost a hard fought first round district tournament game to Harrison 10-5. Berryville finished the season with a 9-9 overall record and 2-7 in conference play. High school soccer scores from yesterday include;

Berryville girls soccer over Gentry 7-0

Berryville boys soccer over Gentry 8-0

Green Forest girls soccer over Decatur 6-0

Green Forest boys soccer over Decatur 4-1

4-23-19

Spring high school sports seasons are winding down as conference tournaments for baseball and softball take place. Last night the Green Forest Tiger baseball team pulled off a big win against Mountain View 8-5 in the 1-3A East conference tournament in Clinton. The Tigers continue play today against the number two seed and host team Clinton. The Green Forest Lady Tiger softball season came to an end yesterday with a 16-1 loss against Mountain View. The Lady Tigers finish with a 5-10 overall record and finished fifth with a 4-9 conference record. Regular season soccer games are in their final week and the Green Forest girls and boys teams picked up a couple of conference wins last night against Lincoln. The Lady Tigers defeated Lincoln 6-2 and lead the conference with a 4-0 record; the Tigers improve to 6-0 conference record as they defeated Lincoln 4-0. Green Forest soccer will travel to Decatur tonight. The rest of the high school sports schedule includes; Berryville Lady Bobcat softball plays Gentry in the first round of the 1-4A conference tournament today in Farmington. Berryville Bobcat baseball will play Harrison in their first round of the conference tournament in Harrison. And Berryville girls and boys soccer will travel to Gentry tonight with one regular season home game on Friday against Dardenelle.

4-22-19

The Berryville softball and baseball teams hosted Pea Ridge Friday night for their final home games of the season. The Lady Bobcats played solid defense but the only offense in the 6-1 loss came from senior Hayley Rivett scoring her eighth home run of the year. Berryville finishes the regular season with a 12-10 overall record and 4-3 in conference play. Senior Lady Bobcat softball players honored included; Hayley Rivett, Taylor Kelley, Maleah Bryant, and Georgia Belle Patterson. Berryville will play Gentry on Tuesday in the first round of the 1-4A District softball tournament. Berryville baseball fell 13-4 to Pea Ridge as Bobcat seniors were honored at their final home game. Congratulations to Grant Lee, Brian Hall, Rusty Colbert, Jake Hill, Braden Logan, Ethan Gregory, and Kooper Logan on their Bobcat baseball careers. Berryville finishes with a 9-8 overall and record and 2-6 in conference play. Berryville will find out their district tournament opponent later this week. Friday high school soccer scores included the Green Forest senior high boys soccer team losing a close one to Mountain Home 2-1, the Lady Tigers fell to Mountain Home 6-0. Green Forest girls and boys soccer will host Lincoln today at Tiger Stadium and the Green Forest Lady Tiger softball team will play Mountain View today in the 1-3A district tournament in Clinton.

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4-19-19

Green Forest baseball and softball teams picked up a couple of wins against Marshall on Wednesday night but rain on Thursday has forced the game against Berryville to be cancelled for tonight, Berryville baseball and softball will instead play their final home conference game against Pea Ridge at the Bobcat Sports Complex and Senior night recognition will be included. The next Green Forest baseball and softball games will be Monday in the 1-3 East District tournament against Mountain View in Clinton. Green Forest girls and boys soccer teams picked up a couple of conference wins against Eureka Springs last night. Both Tigers and Lady Tigers won 5-0 and both will host Mountain Home tonight at Tiger Stadium. Berryville girls and boys soccer teams will travel to Clarksville today for an away conference game, and finally the Green Forest senior high girls and boys track teams will travel to Heber Springs for the Panther Relays.

4-18-19

The Green Forest junior high boys track team has won the 1-3A East district track meet two years in a row. Some of the outstanding individual performances from Tuesday’s meet include; Ashton Grunwald 1st Pole Vault and 2nd triple jump , Jake Lopez 1st 300 Meter hurdles and 2nd 110 Meter hurdles and 1st 1600 Meter run , Alberto Martinez 1st 100 Meter Dash and 1st 400 Meter Dash. The Green Forest junior high girls finished second in the district track meet, individual performances include; Sara Divall 1st in the long jump, triple jump, and 100 meter run, Samantha Delavin 1st pole vault and 3rd 100 meter dash, Alexis Griffith 1st 300 meter hurdles, and Leah Evans 2nd 100 meter dash. Today’s high school sports schedule includes; Berryville baseball and softball hosting Pea Ridge at the Berryville Sports Complex. Green Forest girls and boys soccer will travel to Eureka springs, and Berryville junior high track will compete in the district track meet in Harrison today.

4-17-19

High school baseball and softball season is winding down as district tournaments will begin next week. Last night’s results include; Berryville Lady Bobcat softball team over Blue Eye 13-6 and Shiloh Christian baseball over Berryville 12-0. Clinton baseball took a double header against Green Forest 9-2 and 18-2, and Green Forest Lady Tiger softball team dropped two games to Clinton 14-4 and 16-1. The Berryville girls and boys soccer teams improved their conference standings with victories over Huntsville. The Lady Bobcats defeated Huntsville 9-0 and the Bobcats won 8-0 over the Eagles. And congratulations to the Green Forest junior high track teams, the junior high Tigers tied for the team title with Clinton. The Tigers scored 192 points to finish as Co-District Champions. The junior high Lady Tiger track team claimed the runner up district title with 198 points as Bergman took the top spot with 220 points. And according to Green Forest head baseball coach Brandon Stone the Tiger home baseball game with Marshall scheduled for Thursday has been moved to today due to possible incoming weather on Thursday, first pitch is scheduled for 3:30 today in Green Forest.

4-16-19

The Berryville Bobcat baseball team got a much needed victory last night against Lincoln 13-9 at the Bobcat Sports Complex. The Wolves got out to an early 3 run first inning lead but the Berryville bats got hot in the later innings for a 14-5 victory. Berryville is now 9-6 overall and will host Shiloh Christian tonight. The Berryville Lady Bobcat softball team hosted a tough Hollister Missouri team last night and came up short 13-9. The Lady Bobcats are now 11-9 overall and will travel to Blue Eye Missouri tonight. The Green Forest senior high boys soccer team kept the winning trend going last night with a 3-0 win over Lead Hill, the Tigers improve to a 7-0-2 overall record. Green Forest senior high Lady Tiger Karina Maravillas won the 800 meter run yester day at the Bomber Relays in Mountain Home. Maravillas ran a time of 2:27.48 as Green Forest finished seventh in the team standings. Tonight’s high school sports schedule includes; Green Forest baseball and softball will host Clinton, Green Forest will host the 1-3A junior high district track meet today, and Berryville girls and boys soccer will host Huntsville tonight at the Bobcat Sports Complex.

4-15-19

Green Forest baseball team hosted Valley Springs for a double header on Friday for a home conference matchup. Green Forest rallied for four runs in the bottom of the sixth inning, but Valley scored four runs in the top of the seventh for a 14-7 first game victory. Valley won the second game 11-1. The baseball Tigers will continue conference play on Tuesday when they host Clinton. The high school spring sports schedule for today includes the Berryville Bobcat baseball team hosting Lincoln and the Berryville Lady Bobcat softball team will host Hollister tonight, both will be played at the Bobcat Sports Complex. The Green Forest senior high boy’s soccer team will host Lead Hill tonight at Tiger Stadium and the Green Forest senior high girls and boys track teams will travel to Mountain Home for the Bomber Relays, field events will begin at 3:30.

4-12-19

The Berryville Lady Bobcat softball team traveled to Gentry yesterday for a key conference match up against the Lady Pioneers. Berryville built a 10-0 lead going into the bottom of the fifth and hung on for a 13-9 victory. Senior Hayley Rivett added a home run to her total and Berryville moves into third place in the conference standings. The Berryville senior high baseball team came from behind against Gentry last night with a six run fifth inning and a 15-12 victory. The Bobcats are now 8-6 overall and 2-4 in conference play. Berryville senior high girl’s soccer got their first conference win last night in front of the home crowd against Morrilton. The Lady Bobcats scored three second half goals for a 4-0 victory. The Berryville boys soccer team came up short in the night cap game against Morrilton 4-3. Berryville drops to 1-3 in conference play. The Green Forest softball team lost to Valley Springs 18-2 and the Green Forest baseball team fell to West Fork 22-8, Tiger baseball will host Valley Springs today. And finally, area schools gathered for the Goblin Relays in Harrison yesterday. Branson high school took the girls top honors followed by Harrison. Green Forest finished third as Lady Tiger Karina Maravillas finished first in the 800 meter run and Berryville finished seventh behind a first place triple jump from junior Lady Bobcat Cecilia Doss. Branson and Harrison also took the top spots on the boy’s side. Green Forest finished seventh behind senior Tiger Lex Hilton’s first place finishes in the 800 and 3200 meter runs, Berryville finished in ninth. Today’s sports schedule includes the Green Forest senior high girls soccer team hosting Liberty from Mountain View Missouri. 

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4-11-19

The 1-3A conference soccer standings include the Green Forest Tigers and Lady Tigers leading the way as they will travel to Decatur tonight for a chance to keep their lead. The Green Forest senior high boys are 3-0 in conference play and Decatur trails with a 2-1 record. The Green Forest senior high girls are 2-0 in conference play at will take the field at 5PM followed by the senior high boys. Berryville girls and boys soccer teams will host Morrilton tonight at the Berryville sports complex. Today’s sports schedule also includes; Berryville baseball and softball at Gentry, Green Forest softball at Valley Springs, and local senior high girls and boys track teams will compete in the Goblin Relays today in Harrison including Berryville and Green Forest track teams.

4-10-19

The Berryville Lady Bobcat softball team traveled to Harrison last night for a non conference game against Valley Springs. Valley took a commanding five run lead before Berryville earned their first run in the fifth inning. But the Lady Bobcats completed the comeback with seven runs in the last two innings for an 8-5 victory over the Lady Tigers. Other scores of interest from yesterday include;

Berryville senior high girls soccer team lost to Harrison 8-1

Berryville senior high boys soccer team lost to Harrison 5-0

Berryville baseball team lost to Providence Academy 12-1

Green Forest baseball team lost to Rosebud 15-0

Green Forest softball team lost to Rosebud 22-0

And finally the Green Forest junior high Lady Tiger track team placed second in the Goblin Relays yesterday in Harrison, Lakeside Springdale finished first. And the Harrison junior high Goblins took boys first place, Green Forest junior high boys finished 4th and Berryville was 9th.

4-9-19

Berryville senior high baseball team traveled to Farmington yesterday for a 1-4A conference game and took a 1-0 lead in the top of the third inning. The Cardinals would tie the game with a run in the bottom of the fourth and took the victory with the go ahead run in the last inning for a 2-1 victory over the Bobcats; Berryville is now 7-5 overall and 1-4 in conference play and will host Providence Academy today at the Bobcat sports complex. The Lady Bobcat softball team also traveled to Farmington yesterday but couldn’t get the offense going in an 11-1 loss to the Lady Cardinals. Berryville is now 9-8 overall and 3-2 in conference play and will play Valley Springs at Harrison today. The rest of today’s spring high school sports schedule includes; Berryville girls and boys soccer at Harrison, Green Forest baseball and softball will host Rose Bud, and Berryville and Green Forest junior high track teams will travel to Harrison for the Junior High Goblin Relays.

4-8-19

Friday night high school sports included a Carroll County showdown as the Berryville Bobcat soccer teams traveled to Green Forest for county bragging rights. The Lady Bobcats edged out the home team Lady Tigers 2-0, Berryville improves to 6-7 overall and 0-2 in the 1-4A conference. The Lady Tigers are now 4-4 overall and 2-0 in the 1-3A conference. The Bobcats and Tigers ended in a 3-3 tie as there are no overtimes in non conference games. Berryville is now 5-5-3 overall and 1-1 in conference play, Green Forest is 6-0-2 overall and 3-0 in conference play. Friday baseball scores include; Berryville over Marshall 17-3 and Green Forest over Jasper 16-5. Saturday softball included the Berryville Lady Bobcats stepping up in classification as they fell to Mountain Home 16-10 and lost to Har-Ber 10-0. Berryville will resume play in the 1-4A as they will travel to Farmington today. Berryville baseball will also travel to Farmington and Berryville and Eureka Springs will travel to Green Forest today for a seventh grade track meet.

4-5-19

Weather postponed local high school baseball and softball games but the senior high Anstaff Relays took place at Green Forest yesterday and the Lady Tigers were edged out for the team title by the ladies from Gravette with a score of 109, Green Forest took second with a team score of 101 followed by Harrison and Yellville. Harrison took the top spot for the senior high boys division while Green Forest boys finished in sixth place. The Green Forest Lady Tiger softball team posted a victory on Tuesday night against Bergman 8-7 and will host Rose Bud tonight, the Green Forest baseball team will travel to Jasper. The Carroll County soccer showdown has been rescheduled for tonight after it was previously postponed as the Green Forest Tigers and the Berryville Bobcats play for county bragging rights tonight at Tiger stadium. The senior high girls will begin at 5PM followed by the senior high boys game. Berryville baseball will host Marshall at the Bobcat Sports Complex. And finally the Berryville Lady Bobcat softball team will travel to Mountain Home on Saturday for a double header against Mountain Home and HarBer high school.

4-3-19

The Berryville Lady Bobcat softball team claimed a hard fought victory when they hosted Providence Academy at the Bobcat sports complex last night. Berryville was down 5-2 in the bottom of the third when the Lady Bobcats rallied for three runs capped by an inside the park home run from junior second baseman Eve Linz to tie the game at 5. Berryville would add three more runs in the closing innings for a 8-5 victory over Providence Academy. The Lady Bobcats improve to 9-5 overall and will host Clarksville on Thursday. No scores were reported for the Green Forest baseball and softball games against Bergman last night.  The Berryville Lady Bobcat soccer team held a 2-1 halftime advantage over Prairie Grove last night, but the Lady Tigers forced overtime as they tied the game at 2 at the end of regulation. Prairie Grove kept the momentum with penalty kicks in overtime for a 6-5 victory. The Berryville boys soccer team lost to Prairie Grove 4-1 in the night cap game. According to Berryville Athletic Director Brent Compton the Berryville boys and girls soccer teams will play a home makeup game tonight against Harrison at the Bobcat sports complex. The Lady Bobcats will take the field at 5PM and the Bobcats will follow at 7PM.

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4-2-19

The Green Forest Lady Tiger softball team won Monday’s home non conference game against Yellville-Summit 8-7 and improve their record to 2-4 overall. The Berryville baseball and softball teams traveled to Gravette last night hoping for a couple of road conference victories but come up short. The Lady Bobcats late inning rally ended at home plate with the bases loaded in a hard fought game losing 5-2 to Gravette, Berryville falls to 3-1 in conference play. The Bobcat baseball team spread three Gravette runs over five innings but couldn’t get the bats going in a 3-0 loss to Gravette, Berryville falls to 1-3 in conference play. Today’s spring sports schedule includes a busy day at the Bobcat sports complex as Berryville girls and boys soccer teams will host Prairie Grove, Berryville baseball will host Western Grove, and Berryville softball will host Providence Academy. Green Forest baseball and softball will host Bergman today and area junior high girls and boys track teams will compete in the Green Forest junior high Anstaff Relays at Tiger track today.

4-1-19

 The Berryville Lady Bobcat soccer team traveled to Springdale Friday night for their first conference game of the season against Shiloh Christian. Berryville scored first and took a 2-1 halftime lead, but the Lady Saints tied the game at two before the end of regulation and won in overtime on penalty kicks. The Berryville Lady Bobcat softball team claimed a 2-1 victory over Harding Academy Friday night in the opening round of the Ozark Classic in Harrison, but Saturday’s games were cancelled due to weather. The Berryville baseball team lost to Clinton 5-0 in their Ozark Classic opener. Berryville softball and baseball will travel to Gravette today for an away conference game today and the Green Forest Lady Tiger softball team will host Yellville.

3-29-19

 It was a historic day yesterday at the Bobcat Sports Complex as the new Jack Edens track officially opened the season with its first senior high track meet in over a decade. Over seventeen girls and boys track teams gathered for the running of the Bobcat Invitational, Pea Ridge girls and boys teams took first place. Green Forest girls took second place and the Berryville girls finished in eighth. Green Forest boys took fifth and the Berryville boys finished seventh. The Berryville Lady Bobcat softball team improved to 3-0 in conference play with a home victory over Huntsville 14-4 and the Berryville baseball team fell to Huntsville last night 11-0. Green Forest baseball Tigers defeated Lead Hill 18-0. The high school spring sports schedule for today includes the Berryville baseball and softball teams traveling to Harrison for two days of tournament play and the Berryville girls and boys soccer teams travel to Springdale today to take on the Shiloh Christian Saints.

3-28-19

Berryville senior Lady Bobcat softball player Hayley Rivett celebrated the signing of her letter of intent to play softball and further her education at Coffeyville Community College in Kansas yesterday. Hayley plays first base and is a power hitter for the Lady Bobcats and was a starter of last year’s team that advanced to the second round of the 4A state tournament for the first time in school history. Her impressive stats through the first ten games this year include a batting average of .429, on base percentage of .500, 12 hits, 13 RBI’s, 11 runs scored, and 5 home runs. Congratulations and good luck to Berryville’s Hayley Rivett. 

Today’s high school spring sports schedule includes the Berryville senior high Bobcat Invitational track meet at the new Bobcat sports complex on Jack Edens track beginning with the field events at 3:30. Berryville baseball and softball will host Huntsville. Green Forest baseball will travel to Lead Hill, Green Forest boys soccer will host Lead Hill, and Eureka Springs girls and boys soccer will host Lincoln. 

3-27-19

 High School sports results from Tuesday included a big road victory for the Berryville Lady Bobcat softball team as they defeated Harrison 12-2, Berryville moves to 2-0 in conference play. Green Forest Lady Tiger softball team traveled to Mountain View yesterday but came up short 18-8. Berryville baseball traveled to Harrison for a conference match up with the Goblins but couldn’t get any offense going in a 12-0 loss, Berryville moves to 1-1 in conference play. The Green Forest Tiger baseball team lost a conference game yesterday to Mountain View 13-4 and are now 1-2 in league play. The Berryville girls and boys soccer teams traveled to Prairie Grove last night for a non conference match against the Tigers. The Lady Bobcats lost 2-1 and the Bobcats ended in a tie 2 all with the Tigers.

3-26-19

The Berryville girls and boys soccer teams hosted Eureka Springs last night at the Bobcat Sports Complex for a non conference match. The Lady Bobcats took the field first and posted a 8-1 victory over the Lady Highlanders. The Bobcats took the nightcap game with six first half goals and went on to a 9-1 victory over Eureka Springs. Berryville soccer will travel to Prairie Grove tonight. The Berryville Lady Bobcat softball team started the week with a home victory over Omaha last night 17-2. Senior Lady Bobcat Hayley Rivett powered another home run in the dominate win. Berryville will travel to Harrison today. The rest of today’s sports schedule includes; Berryville baseball at Harrison, Green Forest baseball and softball will travel to Mountain View, and the Berryville junior high track team will host the Bobcat Invitational today at Jack Edens track in Berryville, field events will begin at 3:30.

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3-25-19

School is back in session after spring break and the high school spring sports schedule resumes today and includes the Berryville Lady Bobcat softball team hosting Omaha. The Green Forest Lady Tiger softball team will host Huntsville. Berryville senior high girls and boys soccer teams will host Eureka Springs tonight and the Green Forest senior high boys soccer team will host Lead Hill. And one final basketball game is on the schedule tonight as several local high school senior basketball players have been selected to play in the North Central Arkansas All Star Game in Harrison tonight. Green Forest players include Ashley Farrar and Rhett Powell, and Berryville players include Rayden Peden, Baylea Smith, Hannah Morrell, and McKayla Hussey. The All Star festivities will begin at 6PM on the North Arkansas College south campus at Pioneer Pavilion and includes a three point shooting and dunk contest. 

3-22-19

The Berryville Lady Bobcat softball team had the week off during spring break but head Coach Josh Hatfield is hoping his Ladies are well rested for a big week when they resume play on Monday when they host Omaha at the new Bobcat sports complex. Next week’s schedule will test their endurance as they will travel to Harrison on Tuesday, host Huntsville Thursday, and travel to the Ozark Classic Tournament in Harrison on Friday and Saturday. Berryville is 4-4 overall and 1-0 in conference play this year and the team has set some lofty goals as last year the Lady Bobcats advanced to the 4A state tournament for the first time in school history. Berryville advanced last year with wins in the district and regional tournaments and claimed a first round state tournament win against Harrisburg before losing to Bauxite in the second round. Regular season games are scheduled through April 19th followed by the post season tournaments and fans are encouraged to come out and see this year’s team as they play on the brand new field at the Bobcat Sports Complex next to the Football stadium. Good luck to the Berryville Lady Bobcat softball team!

3-20-19

Arkansas high schools are on spring break this week but there is some entertaining girls basketball on the schedule today as Harrison Arkansas will host the National Junior College Athletic Association Women’s Division Two National Tournament. 16 schools from across the country will be in for Harrison for the annual event at North Arkansas College. Admission is only $10 for the day and the five game schedule continues today at 11am.

Today’s five game schedule starting at 11am includes;

Wednesday 3-20-19

Game 7: (4) Moraine Valley vs. (13) Lackawanna, Wednesday at 11 a.m.

Game 8: (5) Niagara County vs. (12) Sinclair, Wednesday at 1 p.m.

Game 9: (14) Chesapeake vs. (11) Lake Michigan, Wednesday at 3 p.m.

Game 10: (3) Kansas City Kansas CC vs. (6) Pima, Wednesday at 6 p.m.

Game 11: (7) Cape Fear vs. (2) North Iowa Area, Wednesday at 8 p.m. 

3-19-19

Green Forest youth soccer registration for boys and girls preschool through high school age kids is going on now. Online registration can be seen on the Green Forest School facebook page or parents may show up and pay registration at the first practice April 2nd at 6PM at the Green Forest City Park. The soccer season will include two games per week at 6PM every Tuesday and Thursday at the Green Forest soccer complex. Coaching opportunities, travel team, and discount information can be seen on the registration form on facebook. Preregister now or show up for the first practice Tuesday April 2nd at 6PM at the Green Forest City Park.

3-18-19

The Berryville Lady Bobcat softball team traveled to Jonesboro Friday for the two day Bear Cat Blast senior high girl’s softball tournament. Berryville played four games against some of the state’s most talented teams, scores included;

Game 1; McCrory over Berryville 7-5

Game 2; Berryville over DeWitt 11-4

Game 3; East Poinsett County over Berryville 4-2 

Game 4; Hoxie over Berryville 9-4

The Lady Bobcats are now 4-4 overall and will host Omaha on March 25th.

The Berryville Bobcat baseball team hosted county rival Green Forest Friday at the Bobcat sports complex. Berryville broke open a close game with an eleven run fourth inning and cruised to a 16-3 victory. The Bobcats are now 5-0 overall and will travel to Harrison on the 26th and Green Forest is now 1-2 overall and will travel to Mountain View on the 26th.

3-15-19

The Green Forest senior high Lady Tiger track team picked up right where they left off last year as they won the Tyson Relays last night in cold and windy conditions. The senior high Lady Tigers took first place with a team score of 152 points, followed by second place Springdale high school with 144.5 points. Lady Tiger Kassidy Bell won high point honors that included first place in the triple jump and the 300 meter hurdles. The Green Forest senior high boys finished in fourth place behind Springdale, Gentry, and Harrison. The Berryville Lady Bobcat softball team also braved the weather last night as they hosted Prairie Grove at the Bobcat Sports Complex. Prairie Grove led 4 to 1 after three innings, but the Lady Bobcat bats heated up as Berryville exploded for 13 runs in the final three innings and won 14-4. Berryville is now 3-1 on the year and will travel to the Bearcat Blast tournament in Jonesboro today. Their first round opponent is McCrory with a start time of 6:30. The Berryville baseball team defeated Prairie Grove last night 3-2 and will host Green Forest today at the Bobcat Sports Complex beginning at 4:30. Green Forest softball team lost to Rose Bud last night 17-1 and the Tiger baseball team lost to Flippin 14-4. And Finally the Berryville boy’s soccer team got a road victory over Subiaco Academy last night 5-1 as the Bobcats scored 5 unanswered goals in the second half.

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3-14-19

Berryville Bobcat senior football player Ethan Gregory made it official this week as he signed his letter of intent to play college football and further his education at the University of Saint Mary in Leavenworth Kansas. Gregory 6’5” 250 pounds, was a standout defensive lineman for Berryville Coach Shott and the Bobcats this past year. Congratulations and good luck to Ethan Gregory!

The high school sports schedule for today includes;

Green Forest track will host the Senior High Tyson Relays today; field events begin at 3:30

Green Forest baseball team will travel to Flippin

Green Forest softball team will travel to Rose Bud

Berryville baseball and softball will host Prairie Grove

Berryville boys soccer will travel to Subiaco Academy

3-13-19

Weather postponed area high school baseball and softball games yesterday, but thanks to artificial turf on the new Berryville soccer field the Green Forest and Berryville girls and boys soccer games went on as scheduled. The senior high girls took the field first and the Green Forest Lady Tigers took the lead with an early goal. The Lady Tigers held the lead until late in the second period but the momentum shifted to Berryville and the Lady Bobcats scored three unanswered goals beginning at the eight minute mark of the second half. Berryville won the match with a final score of 3-1. The Green Forest boys soccer team set the pace early with a 1-0 lead over Berryville, but the Bobcats scored three goals in the second half and the rival game ended in a tie 3-3. Berryville will travel to Subiaco Academy on Thursday and the rest of the teams will resume play March 25th after spring break.

3-11-19

Spring Sports are in full swing including the Berryville Lady Bobcat softball team. Friday night Berryville trailed Clinton by five runs until senior Haley Rivett stepped to the plate and belted a grand slam in the bottom of the third inning, the Lady Bobcats went on to win 10-5 over the Lady Yellowjackets. Berryville is now 2-0 on the season and will host Elkins today at 5PM. The Berryville Bobcat baseball team defeated Lead Hill Friday night 15-5, they are now 3-0 for the year and will host Alpena today at 4:30. The Berryville girls soccer team defeated Gentry Friday night 7-1 and the Berryville boys soccer team defeated Gentry 8-2, Berryville will travel to Lincoln today for an away conference game beginning at 5PM. The Green Forest high school spring sports schedule includes the Tiger and Lady Tiger soccer teams hosting Har-Ber high school, and there are now baseball or softball games on the schedule until Tuesday.

3-7-19

CLASS 4A GIRLS STATE TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIP GAME

BERRYVILLE (31-4) against BATESVILLE (29-3)

5:45PM THURSDAY MARCH 7TH HOT SPRINGS CONVENTION CENTER


Projected Starters

#24 Guard Baylea Smith 5-6 Senior

#3 Guard Mckayla Hussey 5-6 Senior

#12 Guard Lexy Anderson 5-9 Junior

#20 Forward Kelcee Hopper 6-0 Senior

#41 Forward Hannah Morrell 6-1 Senior


Magnolia 4A State Tournament Last Week:

First Round Berryville Defeated Warren 56-46

Quarterfinals Berryville Defeated Pulaski Academy 61-50

Semifinals Berryville Defeated Harrison 54-38

Advance to the 4A Championship Game For The First Time In School History!


They have won 107 games over the last four years including 24 in post season play.


Rest of the Team; Abby Thurman, Jordon Estepp, Lilli Compton, Kelsey Smith, Alexis Steele, Lauren Compton, Ceceila Doss, Ella Mcmellon, Sunny Tibbets, Sarah Pruente, Madison Beck, Jodee Smith, Haley Stevens, Coach Daniel Cornielson and Coach Arron Hall


Tipoff scheduled for Thursday at 5:45 at the Hot Springs Convention Center and Kevin K. Smith will make the call live on KTHS 107.1FM, listen on line at kthsradio.com or download the free app.

Tune in Thursday at 4:30 for the Berryville Lady Bobcat Basktball Road to a Championship Coaches Show as we take a look at this magical historic season bought to you by Ozark Lakes Family Dentistry and Joann Clark State Farm Insurance

3-6-19

Weather has played havoc with high school sports schedules and Green Forest athletic director Bobby Bishop gave KTHS these updates; Green Forest seventh grade track meet has been rescheduled for this Friday, Green Forest softball against Gentry moved to April 10th, Green Forest baseball against West Fork moved to April 11th, and Green Forest/Berryville soccer matches have been moved to April 15th, and Green Forest softball against Pea Ridge will be played today. Check the Green Forest school facebook page for all this information. Green Forest soccer games were played last night and the senior high boys defeated Prairie Grove 1-0, the senior high girls lost 2-0. According to Berryville athletic director Brent Compton all high school sports activities for Thursday have been postponed due to the 4A state basketball championship game. The Berryville Lady Bobcat basketball team has advanced to the finals for the first time in school history and is scheduled to leave for Hot Springs today. Berryville will play Batesville Thursday at 5:45 at the Hot Springs Convention Center. Kevin K. Smith, the voice of the Bobcats, will call the championship game on 107.1 KTHS, be sure and tune in at 4:30 Thursday for the Berryville Lady Bobcat Road to a Championship Coaches Show. The pregame show with Berryville Lady Bobcat head basketball coach Daniel Cornelison includes a look back at this year’s magical and history making season. Safe travels to the team and all that will be heading South today for the Championship game on Thursday, Good luck Lady Bobcats! 

3-5-19

Cold weather has postponed area high school baseball and softball games today including the Berryville Bobcat’s game against West Fork, it has been rescheduled for April 11th according to baseball coach Brandon Stone. Berryville baseball and softball games for Thursday March 7th have been postponed due to the Lady Bobcat basketball championship game in Hot Springs. Berryville athletic director Brent Compton has posted several announcements about the upcoming girl’s 4A state basketball championship between Berryville and Batesville Thursday March 7th at 5:45PM in Hot Springs, complete details can be seen on the Berryville Public Schools facebook page. Items of interest include the Lady Bobcat team state sendoff Wednesday at 10am. Fans are encouraged to lineup at the public square and along highway 62, and KTHS will facebook live from the Berryville square. The Pep bus for high school students will leave Thursday March 7th at 11:30am and today students will be treated to a pep rally in Bobcat Gym at 11:20am. Berryville Mayor Tim McKinney is scheduled to attend the pep rally and will honor the Bobcat 4A state runner up wrestling team and the Lady Bobcat basketball team’s championship run.