Youth Wrestling sign ups will be Nov 14th at 6 at the old rock gym. Ages 5 to 14.The cost is $50 and will need a copy of birth certificate.
First National Bank of North Arkansas
Joann Clark-State Farm Insurance
Arkansas Orthopedics & Sports Medicine
The 2019 Green Forest Queens of the Court senior high girls invitational basketball tournament began last night in Fred Grim Gym. First round games included the defending champion Berryville Lady Bobcats against Omaha. Berryville raced out to a big lead behind senior Lexy Anderson’s nine point second quarter and cruised to a 55-14 victory. Anderson finished with 17 points, Jordan Estepp added 12, Loren Compton, Ella McMillan, and Faith Kelley scored 5 each, Cecelia Doss and Abby Thurman 4 each, and Lilli Compton chipped in 3. The host team Green Forest Lady Tigers came up short to a strong Pea Ridge team 66-20. Scoring for the Lady Tigers included; Maddie Youngblood 11, Kendall DeMeyer 4, Kiara Taylor and Jessica Padilla 3 each, and Skylar Howerton 1. Aidan Dayberry had 15 for the Lady Blackhawks. Bergman defeated Lincoln 59-48 to advance to the semifinals, and the Eureka Springs Lady Highlanders lost a close one to Shiloh Christian in the nightcap game 37-33. There will be four games on the schedule for today Thursday and include; Berryville against Bergman at 4PM, Green Forest against Eureka Springs at 5:20, Lincoln against Omaha at 6:40PM, Pea Ridge against Shiloh Christian at 8Pm. All games will be played in Fred Grim Gym
Senior High Girls basketball begins today in Green Forest. The 2019 Green Forest Queens of the Court invitational senior high girls basketball tournament sponsored by Tyson Foods will take place today in Fred Grim Gym. Monday’s first round games had to be postponed due to weather and according to Lady Tiger Coach Kyle Farrar four games will be played today. The defending champion Berryville Lady Bobcats will play the opening game today at 4PM against Omaha. The host team Green Forest Lady Tigers will play Pea Ridge at approximately 5:20PM, followed by Lincoln/Bergman and the night cap game will be the Eureka Springs Lady Highlanders against Shiloh Christian. Second round games will be played on Thursday and the championship games are scheduled for Saturday. Get out and support your team tonight in the Green Forest Queens of the Court invitational senior high girls basketball tournament sponsored by Tyson Foods.
The Green Forest senior high boys cross country team nearly took home another state banner this past Saturday. The storied program placed third in the 3A state meet at Hot Springs on Oaklawn Park just missing a runner up banner to add to the many banners they already own. Tiger sophomore Jake Lopez led Green Forest and finished in 8th place with a time of 17:32. The Lady Tigers finished in 9thplace in the 3A classification. The Huntsville senior high boys took the 4A team championship with a first place finish from Jacob Braswell and second place finish from Tanner Barbee, Berryville boys finished in 11th place. Harrison senior high girls claimed the 4A state championship as senior Lady Goblin Ruth Ryan took top individual honors, Berryville Lady Bobcats took a 12th place team finish led by Gisselle Estrada with an individual 8th place.
The Berryville Bobcat football team took home the Carroll County Cup Friday night with a victory over the Green Forest Tigers in the Carroll County Super Bowl by a score of 42-14. Berryville finished the season with a 3-7 record and Green Forest falls to 2-8 on the year. Shiloh Christian won the 1-4A North Conference with a win over Pea Ridge 28-26. Shiloh will be the number one seed as the state football playoffs begin this Friday. The Harrison Goblins defeated Farmington Friday night 49-20 and finished 7-0 in the 5A West conference and will continue in the 5A State playoffs this Friday. Senior high girls basketball has been canceled this evening. According to Green Forest basketball coach Kyle Farrar The Green Forest 2019 Queens of the Court invitational basketball tournament sponsored by Tyson Food has been postponed due to weather. The Berryville Lady Bobcats will now play a first round game Wednesday against Omaha at 4PM in Fred Grim Gym, The host team Green Forest Lady Tigers will face Pea Ridge Wednesday at 7PM Check the Green Forest schools facebaook page for further updates. And finally, the 2019-20 youth wrestling sign ups have been moved to this Thursday November 14th at 6PM. Signups will take place in the old rock gym next to the Berryville high school, Kids age 5-14 are eligible and a birth certificate is required.
The Green Forest junior high football team won their last game of the season in dramatic fashion over Lincoln last night. The Tigers broke an 8 to 8 tie with their final score coming in overtime to take a 14-8 victory over Lincoln. The seventh grade Tigers also defeated Lincoln by a score of 32-20. Berryville junior high Bobcats lost to Elkins 21-0. The Carroll County Cup is on the line tonight as the Berryville Bobcats and Green Forest Tigers square off at Bill Gotto Field in the Carroll County Super Bowl tonight. Andy Dean, the voice of the Tigers, and Josiah Price, the voice of the Bobcats will team up tonight to make the call live from Green Forest. Kickoff is set 7PM and tune in at approximately 6:45 for the First National Bank of North Arkansas pregame show. The game can be heard on 107.1 KTHS and 96.9/102.3Fm The Legend. Saturday BERRYVILLE AND GREEN FOREST GIRLS AND BOYS CROSS COUNTRY TEAMS WILL BE COMPETING IN THE STATE CROSS COUNTRY MEET IN HOT SPRINGS AT OAKLAWN PARK, GOOD LUCK TO THE BOBCATS AND TIGERS! And finally, the annual Green Forest Tiger red and white game will be Saturday at 6PM in Fred Grim Gym. Come out and support the junior high and senior high girls and boys basketball teams. There will be a dessert auction and the Tiger Booster Club will be giving way prizes for most spirit, admission is free.
Championship games for Berryville and Green Forest junior high football teams are scheduled for tonight. According to Athletic Director Bobby Bishop the Green Forest Tiger junior high will host Lincoln, the seventh grade Tigers will kickoff at 6PM followed by the junior high championship game. According to Berryville Athletic Director Brent Compton the Berryville junior high will host Elkins, there will not be a seventh grade game and the junior high championship game is set to kickoff at 6PM on Ronnie Clark Field.. Berryville youth wrestling sign up is set for this Saturday at the old rock gym next to the Berryville high school. Ages 5-14 are eligible and cost is $50 and a copy of your birth certificate is required. And Tiger Fans, the Green Forest Tiger Booster Club invites you to the Southside of Tiger Stadium for a tailgate party. Music and free food will begin at 4:30 Friday before the Carroll County Super bowl.
High school basketball begins next week and the Green Forest Schools has announced the teams and bracket for the annual Green Forest Queens of the Court senior high girl’s basketball tournament sponsored by Tyson Foods. The defending champion Berryville Lady Bobcat will play their first round game Monday November 11th against Omaha at 5:30 in Fred Grim Gym. That game will be followed by the Lady Highlanders of Eureka Springs against Shiloh Christian at 7PM. Wednesday November 13th the host team Green Forest Lady Tigers will play Pea Ridge at 7PM, Lincoln against Bergman will precede the Lady Tigers at 5:30. Second round games are scheduled for Thursday and championship games will be played Saturday November 16th. All teams are guaranteed three games in the 2019 Queens of the Court senior high girl’s basketball tournament. Complete bracket can be seen on the sports page at www.kthsradio.com.
It’s championship week for Berryville and Green Forest junior high football teams. The last game of the season is scheduled for Thursday November 7th. According to Athletic Director Bobby Bishop the Green Forest Tiger junior high will host Lincoln, the seventh grade Tigers will kickoff at 6PM followed by the junior high championship game. According to Berryville Athletic Director Brent Compton the Berryville junior high will host Elkins, there will not be a seventh grade game and the junior high championship game is set to kickoff at 6PM on Ronnie Clark Field. And don’t forget the Carroll County super bowl will be held at Green Forest Bill Gotto Field as the Tigers and Bobcats battle for the Carroll County Cup Friday night. That game will be broadcast on 107.1/96.9/102.3FM.
Our Carroll County football teams came up short in week 9, Berryville hosted Prairie Grove last Friday night on Ronnie Clark Field and couldn’t keep pace with the Prairie Grove offense losing 46-21. It was a similar outcome for the Green Forest Tigers as they fell to conference leading Pea Ridge 47-14. Other scores from the 1-4A conference include; Gentry over Lincoln 34-13 and Shiloh Christian over Gravette 61-6. Shiloh Christian will play Pea Ridge for the conference title this Friday, and Berryville and Green Forest will face off at Bill Gotto Field for the Carroll County super bowl in the last game of the season for both teams. The Harrison Goblins defeated Huntsville 49-7 Friday night to remain undefeated with a 9-0 record and remain atop the 5A West conference. Cassville Missouri continues in the playoffs with a win over Aurora 48-7, and Seneca defeated Reeds Spring 21-14 to end their season on Friday night. The Berryville Cheerleaders earned a first place trophy in the 4A all girl performance Saturday at HarBar high school and the Berryville junior high cheerleaders took second place in the junior high game day division. And finally, good luck to the Green Forest Tiger marching band at state competition today in Little Rock.
Results from the senior high 1-4A district cross country championship earlier this week included a seventh place finish from Berryville senior Cecilli Doss with a time of 21:57. The Harrison girls took team top honors placing 4 runners in the top five. The Huntsville boys took the team championship and Berryville placed 5th. Top Bobcat finishes included; Caden Nickell 21st, Reese Johnson 27th, Josh Wilson 33rd, and Hayden Braziel 38th. The Berryville junior high cross country team claimed the district championship with 3 runners in the top five and the Berryville junior high girls took home the runner up trophy. The state meet is scheduled for November 9th in Hot Springs. Valley View defeated Morrilton last night in the semifinals of the 4A state volleyball tournament and will face Bookland on Saturday for the state championship. And finally it’s Friday night high school football on KTHS. Josiah Price, the voice of the Bobcats will call the final home game of the season on 107.1FM as Berryville will host Prairie Grove, and listen to 96.9/102.3FM The Legend as Andy Dean will make the call as the Green Forest Tigers travel to Pea Ridge. Kick off for both games is set for 7PM and tune in at approximately 6:45 for the First National Bank of North Arkansas pregame show.
Berryville volleyball team advances and Green Forest season ends in state volleyball tournaments yesterday, the Lady Bobcats swept Magnolia in straight sets for a 3-0 victory. Berryville came ready to play winning 25-19, 25-19, and 25-13 and advance to the final eight in the 4A state volleyball tournament being held in Morrilton. The Lady Bobcats continue play today when they face Valley View at 7PM, the winner will advance to the final four and a match on Thursday. The Lady Tiger volleyball season came to an end in the first round of the 3A state tournament in Paris. Green Forest lost in straight sets to Fountain Lake 25-16, 25-12, and 25-14. First year coach Christie Popejoy and the Lady Tigers finish the season 17-9 overall and a 10-2 first place conference record. Congratulations to the Green Forest Lady Tiger volleyball team on a great season and good luck to the Berryville Lady Bobcats in the quarter finals of the 4A state volleyball tournament today.
Green Forest and Berryville volleyball teams made their way to state tournament sites yesterday and are set to play first round games today. Green Forest the number two seed from the 3A north will face Fountain Lake the two seed from the 3A south, the match begins at 3PM at Paris Arkansas. If the Lady Tigers win today’s match they will play tomorrow at 5PM against the winner of Harding Academy/Mansfield. Berryville the number two seed from the4A northwest will play the number three seed from the 4A west Magnolia, the match begins at 7PM in Morrilton. If the Lady Bobcats win today’s match they will play tomorrow at 7PM against the winner of Valley View/Lonoke. Good luck to the Lady Tigers and Lady Bobcats in the 3A and 4A state volleyball tournaments today.
The Berryville and Green Forest football teams remain winless in the 1-4A conference standings after losses on Friday night. Pea Ridge defeated Berryville 55-27 and Gravette defeated Green Forest 36-6. Both the Bobcats and Tigers have 2 games remaining with the final game the Carroll County Super Bowl on November 8th at Green Forest on Bill Gotto Field. Other scores from Friday night include;
Gentry over Prairie Grove 28-21
Shiloh Christian over Lincoln 49-7
Shiloh Christian and Pea Ridge lead the 1-4A conference with 5-0 records and will face off on Nov. 8th
Harrison defeated Alma 35-0 and remains atop the 5A West conference with a 5-0 record
Farmington defeated Huntsville 50-7
Lamar defeated Cassville Missouri 14-10
Berryville and Green Forest volleyball teams played for conference championships last night but came up short. The Lady Bobcats fell to Shiloh Christian in straight sets in last night’s conference tournament championship game at Huntsville. Berryville lost the first set 25-18 and pushed the Lady Saints to 26-24 in the second and lost the third set 25-21. Berryville will be the number two seed from the 4A North in the state tournament next week and will play Tuesday at 7PM at Morrilton. Green Forest came up short in the 3A North conference tournament championship game last night in Bergman. The Lady Tigers lost in straight sets 25-14, 25-11, and 25-12. Green Forest will be the two seed from the 3A North and will play Tuesday at 3PM at Paris in the 3A state tournament next week. Berryville junior high football team picked up a road victory over Huntsville last night 16-6, the seventh grade lost 22-0. And Friday night high school football returns to KTHS tonight. Josiah Price, the voice of the Bobcats, will call the live play by play on 107.1FM from Ronnie Clark Field as Berryville will face league leading Pea Ridge. And tune in to 96.9/102.3FM as Andy Dean, the voice of the Tigers, will call the action from Bill Gotto Field as Green Forest will host Gravette. Kickoff is set for 7PM and the First National Bank of North Arkansas pregame show will begin at approximately 6:45. Other games of interest include;
Gentry @ Prairie Grove
Lincoln @ Shiloh Christian
Alma @ Harrison
Huntsville @ Farmington
Conference tournament championships are on the line tonight for the Green Forest Lady Tiger and Berryville Lady Bobcat volleyball teams. First year Green Forest volleyball Coach Christie Popejoy and the Lady Tigers will play the Perryville Lady Mustangs at Bergman tonight at 7PM for the 1-3A North crown. And Berryville volleyball Coach Kristen Whetham and the Lady Bobcats will take on the Shiloh Christian Lady Saints at Huntsville tonight at 6:30PM for the 1-4A conference crown. Both teams have qualified for state play as Green Forest will play the 3A state tournament in Paris next week and Berryville will play the 4A state tournament in Morrilton. Good Luck to our volleyball teams tonight. Junior high football is on the schedule tonight as Berryville will travel to Huntsville, and Green Forest junior high football will host Shiloh Christian. Check school facebook pages for any cancellations.
Berryville and Green Forest volleyball teams have advanced to their respective conference tournament championship games with big wins last night. The Green Forest Lady Tigers defeated the host school Bergman 3-1 last night, the Lady Panthers took the first set, and then the Lady Tigers reeled off three sets in a row to take the semifinal victory. Green Forest will play Perryville Thursday night in Bergman at 7PM for the 3A North Championship. The Berryville Lady Bobcat volleyball team defeated a tough Pea Ridge team late last night. The game didn’t start until 10PM due to earlier games, but it was worth the wait as they defeated the Lady Blackhawks in four sets 3-1. Berryville will play for the 1-4A conference tournament championship on Thursday at 6:30PM in Huntsville against Shiloh Christian. Congratulations to the Berryville Lady Bobcats and the Green Forest Lady Tiger volleyball teams.
Berryville and Green Forest senior high varsity volleyball conference tournaments begin today as both teams earned first round byes to the semi finals. The Berryville Lady Bobcats will play the 1-4A conference tournament in Huntsville against the winner of Pea Ridge/Harrison and the game will begin at 8:30. The number one seed Green Forest Lady Tigers will play in the 1-3A North conference tournament in Bergman today and play the winner of Bergman/Marshall and the game will begin at 7PM. Both Berryville and Green Forest are assured a spot in next week’s state tournaments. Last night the Green Forest junior high football team defeated Mountain Home 16-8 and the seventh grade Tigers played to a 6-6 tie with Mountain Home. And finally, all of our area high school and junior high cross country teams will gather in Huntsville this afternoon for the Huntsville Cross Country Invitational.
Our Carroll County football teams remained winless in conference play after Friday night losses. Berryville fell to Gravette 29-7 and Green Forest fell to Lincoln 41-14. Both teams will have home games this week as Berryville will host Pea Ridge and Green Forest will host Gravette. Other scores from Friday night include;
Shiloh Christian over Gentry 49-18
Pea Ridge over Prairie Grove 57-28
Harrison over Greenbrier 24-7
Morrilton over Huntsville 45-6
Cassville Missouri over Reeds Spring 42-7
Today’s sports schedule includes the Green Forest seventh grade football team at Mountain Home, and the Green Forest and Berryville volleyball teams will begin conference tournament play on Tuesday.
Berryville and Green Forest senior volleyball players played their final home games and went out as winners. Green Forest swept Eureka Springs 3-0 last night in Fred Grim Gym. The Lady Tigers finished the season in first place in the conference and will be the number one seed in the 3A North conference tournament next week in Bergman. Berryville swept Huntsville 3-0 last night at Bobcat Gym. The Lady Bobcats will be the East number one seed in the 1-4A conference tournament next week in Huntsville. Berryville and Green Forest junior high football teams came up short last night. Green Forest junior high lost to Gravette 20-6, and the seventh grade lost 18-6. Berryville junior high lost to Elkins 30-12, and the seventh grade lost 36-8. And finally it is Friday night high school football on KTHS, The 2-4 Berryville Bobcats will travel to Gravette tonight. Join Josiah Price the voice of the Bobcats, as he calls the live play by play from Gravette on 107.1FM. And the Green Forest Tigers will travel to Lincoln as Andy Dean the voice of the Tigers will make the call on 96.9/102.3 The Legend. Kickoff is set for 7PM, and listen to the First National Bank of North Arkansas pregame show at approximately 6:45. Other games of interest tonight include;
Prairie Grove @ Pea Ridge
Shiloh Christian @ Gentry
Mena @ Elkins
Greenbrier @ Harrison
Huntsville @ Morrilton
Reeds Spring @ Cassville Missouri
Berryville and Green Forest volleyball teams will host their last home games of the season tonight, but the Lady Bobcats and the Lady Tigers have plenty of games left this season as both have earned state playoff spots thanks to outstanding seasons. Berryville will host Huntsville tonight in Bobcat Gym and Lady Bobcat seniors will be recognized including; Kelsey Smith, Lexy Anderson, Kate Powell, Taylor Swofford, and Jordon Estepp. Green Forest will host Eureka Springs tonight in Fred Grim Gym and Lady Tiger seniors will be recognized including; Isabel Cenobio, Lauryn Veach, Kendall DeMeyer, Alissa Smith, Kiara Taylor, Bria Fernandezdelara, and Skylar Howerton. Congratulations to all the seniors and congratulations on a great season so far. The Thursday night sports schedule also includes junior high football, Green Forest seventh grade and junior high will travel to Gravette. And Berryville seventh grade and junior high will host Elkins on Ronnie Clark Field.
The Green Forest Lady Tiger volleyball team punched their ticket to the 3A state volleyball tournament last night with a big win over Perryville. Fred Grim Gym was rocking as the home team defeated the Lady Mustangs 3-1. Green Forest won the opening set 25-19, and then dropped the second 18-25. The Lady Tigers closed out the match 25-16 and 25-22, and secured the conference championship in the 3A North conference with a 10-2 record and a spot in the state tournament. Their final home game will be a non conference game against Eureka Springs on Thursday night. The Berryville Lady Bobcat volleyball team had the night off and will play their final home game against Huntsville on Thursday. Berryville secured a spot in the 4A state tournament with a second place finish in the 4A Northwest conference standings. Conference tournaments for Green Forest and Berryville will take place October 21st through the 24th.
Berryville and Green Forest junior high football teams played make up games last night. Green Forest seventh grade defeated Elkins 22-16 and the junior high Tigers lost to Elkins 30-0. Shiloh Christian seventh grade defeated Berryville 30-0 and the junior high Bobcats lost 40-0. The Green Forest Lady Tiger volleyball team defeated Yellville-Summit last night in straight sets, 25-18, 25-13, and 25-13. The Lady Tigers will return to the court tonight for the biggest game of the year so far when they host league leading Perryville. The 9-1 Lady Mustangs will play the 9-2 Lady Tigers in Fred Grim Gym tonight beginning at 4:30 with the JV A and B games, followed by the Varsity game.
The visiting teams spoiled homecoming for our Carroll County football teams last Friday night. The Green Forest Tigers trailed the Gentry Pioneers 14 to 0 at halftime thanks to three Tiger interceptions, two by senior Hayden Alvard. But Gentry cruised in the second half to take a 34-0 victory over Green Forest. The Tigers are now 2-4 overall. The Berryville Bobcats lost a heartbreaker to Lincoln, Bobcat quarterback JD Smith and the Bobcats final drive came up short as the Wolves take the victory 39-34. Berryville is now 2-4 overall. Other Friday night high school football scores of interest include;
Harrison over Vilonia 17-15
Clarksville over Huntsville 62-13
Pea Ridge over Gravette 42-0
Shiloh Christian over Prairie Grove 56-7
Nevada over Cassville Missouri 42-14
Today’s sports schedule for Monday October 14thinclude;
Green Forest volleyball travels to Yellville-Summit for a nonconference match
Green Forest 8th grade football jamboree at Mountain Home
Berryville junior high and seventh grade football teams will make up a postponed game against Shiloh Christian tonight on Ronnie Clark Field at the Bobcat Sports Complex.
The Green Forest Lady Tiger volleyball team posted another conference victory last night as they defeated Clinton in straight sets 25-21, 25-20, and 25-18. The Lady Tigers remain second in the conference standings and will face league leading Perryville next Tuesday for the final game of the regular season. The Berryville Lady Bobcat volleyball team hosted Shiloh Christian last night in Bobcat Gym and it was a battle all the way to the end. The teams traded sets and forced a fifth and deciding set where the Lady Bobcats came up short 15-17 in the end. Berryville falls to 8-2 and still has a firm hold on second place in the standings, the only remaining conference game will be against Huntsville next week. it is Homecoming week for our Carroll County high school football teams and it is going to be a cold one tonight, so bundle up. The 2-3 Green Forest Tigers will host Gentry tonight on Bill Gotto Field, Andy Dean the voice of the Tigers will call the play by play on 96.9/102.3 The Legend. And The 2-3 Berryville Bobcats will host Lincoln, Josiah Price the voice of the Bobcats will call the live action from Ronnie Clark Field on 107.1 KTHS. Kickoff for both games is set for 7PM and the First National Bank of North Arkansas coach’s pregame show will begin at approximately 6:45. According to Berryville Athletic Director Brent Compton the wrestling team and the girls basketball team will be recognized with State Runner Up banners at the end of halftime. Pass gates will be open from 6 to 7 to help ease entrance into the game.
Berryville and Green Forest varsity volleyball teams sit in second place in the conference standings in their respective classifications and there are only a couple of games left before district tournaments begin the week of October 21st. The Green Forest Lady Tigers will host Clinton tonight in Fred Grim Gym, games begin at 4:30 and include junior high A and B teams, JV, and Varsity. The Berryville Lady Bobcats will host Shiloh Christian in Bobcat Gym, games begin at 4PM and include junior high A and B teams, JV, followed by the Varsity game. If the weather holds off, junior high football will take place tonight in Carroll County. The Green Forest Tiger seventh grade and junior high football teams will host Elkins on Bill Gotto Field and the Berryville Bobcat seventh grade and junior high football teams will host Shiloh Christian on Ronnie Clark Field. Check the school Facebook pages for any cancellations due to weather.
The Berryville varsity volleyball team defeated Harrison last night for the second time this season. The Lady Bobcats defeated the Lady Goblins in straight sets 25-18, 25-20, and 25-14. Berryville’s road win moves them into second place in the conference standings with an 8-1 conference record. The Berryville JV defeated Harrison 25-21 and 25-12, and the junior high lost 19-25 and 17-25. Berryville will host Shiloh Christian Thursday night. The Green Forest varsity volleyball team to Bergman last night and picked up a 3-1 road victory. The Lady Tigers lost the first set 23-25 and then reeled off three sets in a row 25-19, 25-14, and 25-13 to win the match. The Lady Tigers remain in second place with an 8-2 conference record. Green Forest will play Yellville-Summit on Monday October 14th.
The Green Forest Lady Tiger volleyball team traveled to Valley Springs last night for a big conference match and it was a nail biter. The Lady Tigers cruised to a first set win 25-12, but then lost the next two to Valley 16-25 and 21-25. Green Forest got the momentum in the fourth with a 25-13 win to force a fifth and deciding set and it came down to two points and the Green Forest Lady Tigers won the match 3-2 with a fifth set 15-13 win. Green Forest remains in second place with a 7-2 conference record in the 3A North standings. Berryville Lady Bobcat volleyball team traveled to the Neosho tournament on Saturday with mixed results but return to conference play to tonight as they travel to Harrison for a big conference match up. The 7-1 Lady Bobcats are currently in second place in the 4A conference and won the earlier home match against the 5-2 Lady Goblins. Games begin at 4PM and include junior high A and B, JV, followed by the Varsity.
Our Carroll County high school football teams struggled on the road Friday night. Berryville drops to 2-2 overall after Gentry defeated the Bobcats 40-14. Green Forest fell to Shiloh Christian 58-0 and also drop to a 2-2 overall record. Other Friday night high school football scores include;
Harrison over Clarksville 49-3
Vilonia over Huntsville 43-9
Pea Ridge over Lincoln 55-21
Farmington over Alma 31-25
Cassville Missouri over McDonald County 48-6
The sports schedule for today Monday October 7thincludes; Green Forest volleyball traveling to Valley Springs and the Berryville and Green Forest JV football jamboree in Huntsville has been cancelled due to wet field conditions.
Thursday night junior high football games included a big win for Berryville. The Bobcats defeated Pea Ridge 24-18 on Ronnie Clark Field. Berryville controlled the game 24-12 late in the fourth quarter and the Blackhawks scored a late touchdown on a fumble with seconds to go. Berryville seventh grade lost to Pea Ridge 20-0. Huntsville junior high football team defeated Green Forest last night 12-6 and the Huntsville seventh grade also defeated Green Forest with the same score12-6. The Green Forest Lady Tiger volleyball team picked up another conference win last night over Atkins in four sets 25-19, 21-25, 25-23, and 25-13. Green Forest is now 10-4 overall and 6-2 in conference play. The Berryville Lady Bobcat volleyball team picked up a road conference win over Gravette last night in four sets 18-25, 25-9, 25-18, and 25-21. Berryville is now 10-1 overall and 7-1 in conference play. The junior high Lady Bobcats defeated Gravette 26-24 and 25-15, and the JV lost 25-15, 18-25, and 14-16. The Friday night high school football schedule for tonight includes;
Berryville @ Gentry Josiah Price the voice of the Bobcats will make the call from Gentry on KTHS 107.1
Green Forest @ Shiloh Christian Andy Dean the voice of the Tigers will make the call from Springdale on 96.9/102.3 The Legend kickoff is set for 7PM and the First National Bank of North Arkansas pregame show will begin at approximately 6:45
Gravette @ Prairie Grove
Pea Ridge @ Lincoln
Harrison @ Clarksville
Farmington @ Alma
Vilonia @ Huntsville
Dover @ Elkins
Cassville Mo. @ McDonald County
The high school sports schedule for today includes a couple of important conference matches on the road. The 9-1 Berryville Lady Bobcats travel to Gravette and the 9-4 Green Forest Lady Tigers will travel to Atkins. Thursday night junior high football includes the Berryville Bobcats hosting Pea Ridge at Ronnie Clark Field and the Green Forest junior high Tigers travel to Huntsville.
The 4A Northwest volleyball conference has two teams emerging to the top, Farmington holds the top spot and Berryville has separated themselves into the two spot. The Lady Bobcat varsity volleyball team continued their dominance last night with a home conference win over Pea Ridge in four sets. Berryville won 25-23, 25-17, 24-26, and 25-21, they improve to 9-1 overall and 6-1 in conference play. The Lady Bobcat’s only loss this season was to Farmington and the conference tournament is scheduled for the week of October 21st. Berryville will travel to Gravette on Thursday. The Green Forest Lady Tigers had the night off and will travel to Atkins for their next game on Thursday.
The Berryville Lady Bobcat volleyball team defeated Green Forest last night in Fred Grim Gym. Berryville has a home conference match against Pea Ridge tonight in Bobcat Gym and Green Forest has the night off and will return to the court on Thursday with a home conference match against Atkins. Over 30 schools and 1100 runners participated in the Bobcat Back Forty cross country meet this past Saturday at the Carroll County Fair Grounds. Nearly every classification was represented including all of our county schools. Green Forest senior high girls took top honors in the 1A-3A division and Green Forest boys placed second. Berryville senior high boys placed fifth in the 4A-5A division, and the Berryville girls did not post a team score but senior Cecilia Doss placed fifth for the Lady Bobcats. Green Forest junior high boys took top honors in the 1A-3A and the junior high Lady Tigers placed fourth. Berryville junior high girls placed second and the boys placed fourth in the 4A-5A.
Berryville and Green Forest varsity football teams had home games on Friday night but the visitors took home the victories. Prairie Grove defeated Green Forest 55-14, the home Tigers were able to move the ball on offense, but the defense couldn’t stop the opposing Tigers. Green Forest fall to 2-2 overall and will travel to Springdale this Friday to play Shiloh Christian. Berryville did not have an answer for the visiting Saints as Shiloh Christian defeated the Bobcats Friday 56-0. The 2-2 Bobcats will travel to Gentry this Friday. Other Friday night football scores of interest include;
Harrison over Morrilton 39-34, Goblin senior running back Gabe Huskey bulldozed his way to a fourth quarter winning touchdown and Harrison held off division one prospect quarterback Jacolby Criswell for a big 5A conference win.
Elkins over Waldron 35-16
Greenbrier over Huntsville 52-0
Gravette over Lincoln 34-14
Pea Ridge over Gentry 43-6
Cassville Missouri over East Newton 21-7
The Football jamboree at Berryville scheduled for today Monday September 30th has been cancelled and Berryville volleyball will travel to Green Forest tonight for a county showdown at Fred Grim Gym beginning at 4PM
The junior high football version of the Carroll County Super Bowl took place last night on Ronnie Clark Field in Berryville as the Green Forest Tigers traveled eight miles to the Bobcat Sports Complex. It was a defensive battle and a two point conversion by the Bobcats gave Berryville an 8-6 victory. Green Forest didn’t go away empty handed as the seventh grade Tigers rolled Berryville in the early game 30-0. The Berryville Lady Bobcat volleyball team got back on the winning track again last night with a straight set victory over Prairie Grove 25-14, 25-17, and 25-18. Berryville improves to 6-1 on the season. Friday night high school football returns to KTHS tonight, join Josiah Price the voice of the Bobcats on 107.1FM as the top rated Shiloh Christian Saints come to Berryville and join Andy Dean, the voice of the Tigers on 96.9/102.3FM The Legend as Green Forest will host Prairie Grove at Bill Gotto Field tonight. And finally,Berryville will host the annual Back Forty cross country race Saturday morning at 9am at the Carroll County Fair Grounds. According to Berryville Cross Country Coach Andrew Killingsworth,almost 1,000 runners are registered for this Saturday’s race at the fairgrounds. This is over 300 more than our previous record. Local girls and boys cross country teams from Berryville, Green Forest, Eureka Springs, Huntsville, and Kingston are included. Coach K would like to give a Big thank you to the Carroll County Fair Board for allowing the school to hold this event at the fairgrounds for the second year in a row. Spectators are encouraged to come out, race starts at 9:30am Saturday the 28th.
The weather cleared Wednesday and allowed high school golfers to compete in the 4A North Conference tournament at the Harrison Country Club after a rain delay on Tuesday. Farmington took the boys championship with a team score of 238, Harrison took second with a 248. Berryville freshman Nate Allen led the Berryville team with a eighteen hole score of 89, two shots shy of qualifying for the state tournament. Harrison took the girls championship with a team score of 266, followed by Farmington with a score of 305. Berryville girls were led by Emma Hall with a score of 115. Tonight’s sports schedule includes Berryville volleyball traveling to Prairie Grove and Green Forest junior high football will travel to Berryville for the junior high version of the Carroll County Super Bowl. KTHS had a chance to talk to Tiger junior high football Coach Daniel Fitz about the big game……………kickoff is set for 7PM on Ronnie Clark Field and the seventh grade will play first at 6PM.
A 4A North conference volleyball showdown went to the visiting team last night as the Berryville Lady Bobcats fell to the Farmington Lady Cardinals in straight sets last night in Bobcat Gym 26-24, 25-18, and 25-22. Farmington remains the only unbeaten team in the conference at 5-0 and Berryville falls to 4-1 and is tied with Harrison for second place in the standings. The Green Forest Lady Tiger volleyball team won Tuesday’s home conference match against Marshall in straight sets 25-22, 25-16, and 25-14. Green Forest improves to 9-3 overall and 5-2 in conference play. Rain forced high school golfers to wait until today to play their conference tournaments. Green Forest will play in the 3A District tournament today at Cave Springs on the Creeks Country Club and the Berryville girls and boys golf teams will play at Harrison Country Club for the 4A North District title.
The Green Forest Lady Tiger volleyball team finally got a five set match to go their way last night against West Fork. The Lady Tigers had lost the last two matches 3-2 but Green Forest won the fifth set 15-11 and took the match over Marshall and improves to 8-3 overall. Green Forest will host Marshall tonight in Fred Grim Gym. The Berryville Lady Bobcat volleyball team took care of business last night against Ozark winning 25-12 and 25-10. The junior high Lady Bobcats defeated Ozark 25-15 and 25-13. Berryville did not get caught looking ahead to tonight as they face a big game against Farmington. Berryville will host Farmington tonight in Bobcat Gym in a battle for the top spot in the 4A Northwest conference as both teams hold a 4-0 record. And finally, high school golf teams are hoping the weather will hold off as district tournaments take place today. Berryville will play at Harrison Country Club in the 4A North Conference and Green Forest will travel to Cave City to play the 3A North Conference tournament at the Creeks Country Club.
Our Carroll County high school football teams enjoyed big win Friday night, first the Berryville Bobcats scored 21 first half and 22 second half points and rolled Yellville-Summit 43-6, Josiah Price had this game summary from Yellville……..The Green Forest Tigers scored a late fourth quarter touchdown and two point conversion to take the lead and then held off West Fork on a failed two point conversion to win the game14-13. Andy Dean had this game summary from West Fork…….Other Friday night high school football scores include; Farmington over Pea Ridge 24-7
Pottsville over Prairie Grove 34-28
Lincoln over Subiaco Academy 54-7
Elkins over Huntsville 35-0
Gentry over Greenland 35-27
Seneca over Cassville Missouri 28-21
Today’s high school sports schedule for Monday September 23rdincludes; Green Forest Lady Tiger volleyball team hosting West Fork in Fred Grim Gym, Berryville Lady Bobcat volleyball team hosting Ozark in Bobcat Gym, and Green Forest 8th grade and JV football will host Berryville for a jamboree beginning at 5:30.
The Berryville Lady Bobcat volleyball team rolled the Shiloh Christian Lady Saints in straight sets last night in Springdale 25-20, 25-22, and 25-19. Senior Lady Bobcat Kate Powell had a perfect set to senior Jordon Estepp for the final kill to end the match. Berryville improves to 5-0 overall and remain atop the league standings at 4-0 with Farmington. The Berryville junior high volleyball team lost to Shiloh 20-25 and 19-25, and the JV lost 25-27 and 21-25. The Green Forest Lady Tiger volleyball team lost another five set thriller, this time to league leading Perryville. The Lady Tigers won the fourth set 25-21 to force a fifth, but fell 9-15 in the final. Green Forest drops to 7-3 overall and 4-2 in conference play. Thursday night junior high football included Berryville losing a heartbreaker to Dover in overtime. Dover scored the winning touchdown on a fourth and thirteen jump ball catch for a 6-0 victory. The Berryville seventh grade lost 20-6. West Fork junior high football team defeated Green Forest last night 16-8 and the seventh grade Tigers defeated West Fork 24-8. And it is finally Friday night senior high football tonight on KTHS. Josiah Price will call the 1-1 Berryville Bobcats tonight on the road at Yellville-Summit on 107.1FM and Andy Dean will call Tiger football action tonight on the Legend 96.9/102.3FM as 1-1 Green Forest travels to West Fork. Kickoff is set for 7PM for both games and the First National Bank of North Arkansas pregame show will start at approximately 6:45. Good luck to our Bobcats and Tigers!
Carroll County high school golfers played an eighteen hole match at the Carroll County Country Club on Tuesday September 17th. Shiloh Christian boys team took top honors with a team score of 251, Berryville took second with a score of 283, and Eureka Springs was third with a 314. Shiloh Christian’s Ben Fowler was medalist with a two over par 74; the Bobcats were led by freshman Nate Allen with an 84, DJ Colbert 95, and Jack Dignen 104. Eureka Springs’s Levi Crider posted a 92, and Green Forest Tiger scoring included Jacob Zimmerman 109 and Alex Kilbourn 113. Katelyn Ross form Eureka Springs led all girls with an 87, Berryville’s Emma Hall carded a 120, and Green Forest Lady Tiger scoring included Leah Evans 134 and Katie Farrar 135. District tournaments will be held next week as Berryville will play in Harrison and Green Forest will travel to The Creeks Country Club in Cave Springs to wrap up the season. The sports schedule for today Thursday September 19th includes; Berryville seventh grade and junior high football will travel to Dover, Green Forest seventh grade and junior high football will host West Fork, Green Forest golf team will travel to Huntsville, Green Forest volleyball will travel to Perryville, and Berryville volleyball will travel to Springdale to play Shiloh Christian.
Berryville and Green Forest high school volleyball teams played thrilling five set matches last night as conference races heat up. The Lady Bobcats took on the Harrison Lady Goblins in Bobcat Gym, Berryville took the first two sets 26-24 and 25-19 but Harrison stormed back with two set wins 23-25 and 24-26 to force a fifth set. Berryville junior Lauren Compton served an ace to finish off the Lady Goblins 15-11 to take the match. Berryville stays atop the standings with the conference win at 3-0 and Harrison drops to 2-1. According to Berryville volleyball Coach Kristin Whetham, the Berryville JV won 25-20 and 25-17, and the junior high lost to Harrison 21-25 and 11-25. The Green Forest Lady Tiger volleyball match at Clinton was a battle as well. The Lady Tigers found themselves tied at two sets apiece with the Lady Yellow jackets, but Clinton took the fifth set 15-11 to win the match. Green Forest falls to 4-1 and remains tied with the conference lead with Clinton and Perryville. The Lady Tigers will travel to Perryville on Thursday and Berryville will travel to Springdale to play Shiloh Christian.
The Green Forest Lady Tiger volleyball team suffered their first loss of the season last night; Green Forest lost a home non conference match to Cotter by a score of 3-0. Cotter won in straight sets; 25-13, 27-25, and 25-15. The Lady Tigers drop to 6-1 overall and 4-0 in conference play for the year and will travel to Clinton tonight. The 3-0 Berryville Lady Bobcat volleyball team has a big game tonight and will host conference rival Harrison. Games include the seventh grade, junior high, JV, and Varsity beginning at 4PM in Bobcat Gym. The Berryville, Green Forest, and Eureka Springs girls and boys golf teams have an 18 hole match today at the Carroll County Country Club beginning at 1PM. According to Berryville Cross Country Coach Andrew Killingsworth, the Bobcats traveled to Siloam Springs last Saturday for the Panther Classic. The junior high boys took first place for the second time this year and the junior high girls were 3rd overall losing to Jay, Oklahoma and Haas Hall. Medalist included;5th Nestor Perez,6th Malachi Houghton ,8th Trenton Hughs,2nd Gisselle Estrada ,16th Carly Smith. In the senior high, Cecilia Doss improved on her place and time from the same meet last year finishing 6th overall. Reese Johnson was one place from medaling.
The Green Forest Tiger football team held the Commerce Oklahoma Tigers scoreless until late in the fourth quarter but a late touchdown by the visitors was enough for a 7-0 victory. Green Forest falls to 1-1 on the season, Andy Dean had this game summary from Bill Gotto field Friday night…………..The Berryville Bobcat football team trailed Huntsville in the second half 24-14, but the Eagles outscored Berryville in the end 31-14. The Bobcats fall to 1-1 and Josiah Price had this game summary Friday night from Huntsville………….Other scores of interest include;
Harrison over Siloam Springs 33-7
Farmington over Gravette 49-19
Dardanelle over Prairie Grove 45-8
Lincoln over Keys 41-13
Shiloh Christian over Smackover 48-18
Elkins over West Fork 48-6
Cassville Missouri over Monett 21-14
Today’s high school sports schedule includes;
Green Forest Lady Tiger volleyball team will host Cotter tonight at 5PM
Berryville and Green Forest eighth grade and Junior Varsity football teams will play a jamboree at Harrison tonight.
The Berryville Lady Bobcat volleyball teams made it a clean sweep over visiting Gentry last night in Bobcat Gym. The Varsity Lady Bobcats won in straight sets; 25-15, 25-22, and 25-13. The Junior Varsity won 25-23 and 25-13, and the Junior High Lady Bobcats defeated Gentry 25-12 and 25-18. The Green Forest Lady Tiger volleyball team kept their record perfect with a win over Bergman last night in Fred Grim Gym; 23-25, 25-13, 30-28, and 25-16. The Lady Tigers improve to 6-0 for the season. The Berryville Bobcat boys golf team posted a win yesterday in an eighteen hole match at the Carroll County Country Club with a team score of 281, Kingston was second with a 303, and Eureka Springs followed with a 334. Berryville freshman Nate Allen was medalist with a score of 81 and Eureka Springs senior Katelyn Ross was the girl’s medalist with a score of 89. The Berryville Junior High football team lost a close one to the visiting Huntsville Eagles last night on Ronnie Clark Field, the junior high Bobcats led 20-6 at halftime but the Eagles out scored Berryville in the second half and take the victory 36-28. Huntsville seventh grade defeated Berryville 30-6. And it is finally Friday night football on KTHS, join Josiah Price on 107.1FM as the Bobcats travel to Huntsville tonight and listen to Andy Dean on 102.3 and 96.9FM The Legend as the Green Forest Tigers host Commerce Oklahoma. Kickoff is set for 7PM and the pregame show begins at approximately 6:45.
The Carroll County Country Club held their annual men’s club championship this past weekend and Chad Allen claimed the title once again, Tim Hupp was named the senior club champion, and Paul Sebby earned the handicap championship. Today, the high school golfers hit the lynx as Green Forest, Berryville, and Eureka Springs girls and boys golfers will play an 18 hole match beginning at 1P today at the Carroll County Country Club in Berryville. According to Green Forest Athletic Director Bobby Bishop the seventh grade and junior high football games scheduled for tonight September 12th have been postponed until Monday October 21st at Mountain Home, times and location has not changed. The Berryville seventh grade and junior high football teams will host Huntsville tonight at Ronnie Clark Field. Today’s high school sports schedule also includes; Green Forest Lady Tiger volleyball will host Bergman, and the Berryville Lady Bobcat volleyball team will host Gentry.
The Green Forest Lady Tiger volleyball team kept their undefeated record in check with a victory over Atkins in straight sets 25-18, 25-16, 25-12 last night. The home conference win improves the Lady Tiger record to 3-0 in conference and 5-0 overall. The Berryville Lady Bobcat volleyball team posted their second victory of the season with a win over Blue Eye 27-25, 21-25, 25-18, and 25-23. The JV Lady Bobcats defeated Blue Eye 25-18 and 25-20. The Harrison girls and boys golf teams hosted Berryville, Huntsville, and Pea Ridge at the Harrison Country Club for a nine hole match yesterday. The Bobcat scoring included Nate Allen with a 45, DJ Colbert 51, Jack Dignan 59, and Brandon Robinson 59. Freshman Emma Hall posted her best round of the season with a 56 and teammate Ava O’Gorek shot a 71. Medalist honors went to Harrison’s Thea Norcross with a 43 and Ben Elliott 37.
Area schools participated in the first cross country meet of the season at the Elkins Invitational last Saturday. Berryville boys competed in the 4A/5A division finishing in fourth place behind first place Huntsville and senior high Bobcat Reese Johnson medaled 10th overall improving from his 28th place finish last year only seconds away from a personal record. The Berryville senior high girls best finish came from Cecilia Doss who medaled with a sixth place finish. Both Bobcat junior high teams came in first place!!!Medaling were;12th Tessa Parton,9th Astralia Amis, 8th Liz Perez,3rd Carly Smith,2nd Gisselle Estrada . Berryville junior boys include;15th Cole Price,13th Alek Gray,9th Dawson Williams,6th Trenton Hugh’s,3rd Malachi Houghton ,1st Nestor Perez. The Green Forest senior high boys and girls finished in second place in the 1A/3A division. Top Lady Tiger finishes included; Jennifer Martinez 2nd, Samantha Delavin 19th, and Lucy Rios 20th. Green Forest senior high boys results include; Jake Lopez 7th, Colin Delavin 24th, and Alexis Rangel 25th. Green Forest junior high boys and girls both took top honors in their classifications. Congratulations to all of our area cross country runners! Last night the Green Forest Lady Tiger volleyball team improved their record to 4-0 by defeating Salem in straight sets, 25-14, 25-14, and 25-20. The Lady Tigers will play again tonight in a home conference match against Atkins in Fred Grim Gym. The Berryville Lady Bobcat volleyball team returns to action tonight with a home game against Blue Eye in Bobcat Gym. And finally, the Berryville girls and boys golf teams will play a nine hole match at the Harrison Country Club beginning at 3:30.
Our Carroll County football teams came away with big season opening wins Friday night and KTHS was on hand for the big victories. The Berryville Bobcats rolled West Fork on Ronnie Clark Field 41-0 and Josiah Price, the voice of the Bobcats had this game summary from Friday’s broadcast………… ….. The Green Forest Tiger football team traveled to Yellville-Summit Friday night and outscored the Panthers 39-12. Andy Dean, the voice of the Tigers, had this game summary from Friday’s broadcast…….. …
Other Friday night high school football scores of interest include;
Gentry over Huntsville 38-15
Harrison over Mountain Home 42-9
Maumelle over Pea Ridge 33-12
Farmington over Prairie Grove 27-7
Greenland over Elkins 31-20
Lincoln over Westville OK 56-7
Cassville Missouri over Springfield Catholic 49-21
Today’s high school sports schedule includes; The 3-0 Green Forest Lady Tiger Volleyball team will travel to Salem today for a nonconference match and the Green Forest girls and boys golf team will play a nine hole match today at Diamond Hills Country Club in Diamond City.
Junior high football season openers were played last night and Green Forest started with victories over Yellville-Summit. The seventh grade Tigers defeated Yellville 46-0 and the Junior High won 40-8 over the Panthers. Berryville junior high football team lost a close one at Ronnie Clark field last night to West Fork 12-14. Varsity high school football takes center stage tonight as the Green Forest Tigers and the Berryville Bobcats play their season openers. Green Forest will travel to Yellville-Summit and Berryville will host West Fork. Catch Tiger football this year on 96.9 and 102.3 The Legend as the voice of the Tigers Andy Dean will call the play by play live from Yellville. And be sure to tune into 107.1 KTHS as Josiah Price the voice of the Bobcats calls the action as Berryville will host West Fork on Ronnie Clark Field at the Berryville Sports Complex. Kickoff is set for 7PM and the pregame show will begin around 6:45. And finally, the Berryville Lady Bobcat volleyball team began the 2019 season with a road victory over Huntsville last night. Lady Bobcats defeated the Lady Eagles in straight sets, 25-17, 25-18, and 25-17. According to Berryville coach Kristin Whetham the senior high JV defeated Huntsville 25-19 and 25-18 and the junior high Lady Bobcats defeated Huntsville 25-20 and 25-16.
The high school sports schedule for Thursday September 5th includes the season opener for the Berryville Lady Bobcat volleyball team as they travel to Huntsville to take on the Lady Eagles. Games begin at 4PM and include seventh grade, junior high, JV, and Varsity. Junior high football for Berryville and Green Forest begins today, The Green Forest seventh grade and junior high football teams will host Yellville-Summit tonight at Bill Gotto Field and the Berryville seventh grade and junior high football teams will host West Fork at Ronnie Clark Field at the Bobcat Sports Complex. And finally, the Green Forest girls and boys golf teams will play a nine hole match at Big Sugar Country Club in Pea Ridge.
The Green Forest Lady Tiger volleyball team continued their winning ways at home in Fred Grim Gym last night against Valley Springs. Green Forest volleyball coach Christie Popejoy was expecting an emotional night as her Lady Tigers faced her former team from a year ago after she accepted the Green Forest job for this school year, but those emotions quickly turned into a second conference victory for the Lady Tigers as they swept Valley in three straight sets, 25-21, 25-13, and 25-23. Green Forest is now 3-0 overall and their next game will be Monday September 9th at Salem. The Berryville boys and girls golf teams hit the links yesterday as they hosted an eighteen hole match that included teams from Pea Ridge, Providence, and Gentry. The Bobcats finished third as Berryville freshman Nate Allen claimed medalist honors with a low score of 78. Teammates D.J. Colbert posted a 101, Brandon Robinson 105, and Jack Dignan 116. The Lady Bobcat golfers did not post a team score but Berryville freshman Ava O’Gorek posted an eighteen hole score of 120, her best round of the season and good enough for individual second place. Teammate Emma Hall shot a 122. MiKayla Hammond from Pea Ridge took medalist honors with a score of 114. Berryville’s next match will be Monday September 9th in Harrison.
Green Forest Lady Tiger volleyball coach Christie Popejoy is enjoying a great start at her new school after leaving Valley Springs from the same position last year as the Varsity Lady Tigers have started the season 2-0 with wins over Marshall 3-1 and Yellville-Summit 3-0 last week. Green Forest has a 1-0 conference record and hope to add another conference victory when they host Valley Springs tonight at Fred Grim Gym. Games will begin at 4PM and include seventh grade, junior high, junior varsity, and varsity games. The Berryville girls and boys golf teams will hit the links today as the Bobcats host an eighteen hole match beginning at 1PM at the Carroll County Country Club in Berryville.