12 U State Tournament
June 29th thru July 1st.
Carroll County Legends drop game to Delta after late score.
The Legends lost lead late in an 8 to 6 defeat to Delta. Despite the loss, Legends did collect three hits.
Legends put up four runs in the second inning. The offence was led by Logan Isbell, Ashton Blok and Brady Isbell all knocking in runs in the inning.
Aspen Linz was on the mound for Carroll County he lasted two innings allowing two hits and four runs while striking out three.
Mason Meador led the Legends with two stolen bases, as they ran wild on the base paths with 6 stolen bases.
Carroll county vs Siloam Springs
Legends defeated Siloam Springs 20-0 on Friday as two pitchers combined to throw a shutout.
Carroll County secured victory thanks to 16 runs in the third inning. Aspen Linz, Colton Spinning, Logan Isbell, Brady Isbell, Brady Smith and Karson Deatherage all drove in runs in the frame.
Logan toed the rubber for the legends. He lasted two innings, allowing one hit and zero runs while striking out three and walking one.
Aspen Linz and Ashton Blok all managed multiple hits to led the team. Legends stole 10 bases during the game Aspen led the way with three. Legends did not commit a single error in the field.
Game Three Sat June 30th
Carroll County vs Bentonville
Legends put up five runs in the forth on its way to a 9-1 victory. The offensive firepower by Carroll County was led by Colton Spinning, Logan Isbell, Ashton Blok, Brady Isbell and Drew Dean all knocking in runs.
Brady Smith led things off on the mound. He allowed zero hits and zero runs over the two innings, striking out three. Colton Spinning led the way with four stolen bases as they ran wild on the paths with 13 stolen bases.
Game Four Sun July 1st
Springdale scored three runs in the fourth inning, but Berryville still won 9-4. Legends put up four runs in the fifth inning. Carroll county offense in the inning came from singles by Sebastian Holsted and Logan Isbell.
Colton Spinning was on the mound for the Legends. He went three and a third inning, allowing three runs on five hits and striking out four.
Legends totaled eight hits in the game. Aspen Linz and Mason Meador each managed multiple hits for Carroll County. They led the team with two hits apiece.
With this win the legends advanced to the Championship game.
Championship game against Mountain home.
The legends season came to an end in the championship game against east rivals Mt. Home. The legends defeated them twice in Districts and faced them in championship game to win district.
Mountain Home got on the board in the first inning. Mountain Home scored seven runs in the second inning. Legends struggled to put runs on the board and tough time defensively containing Mt. Home giving up ten runs.
Mountain home had an outstanding pitcher that the boys couldn’t get timing down. It was one of those games they hit the ball in all the right spots.
As a coach I couldn’t be more proud. This group of young men set out on a goal in February this year of winning state for two years straight. They fell short of that but accomplished many things thru out the year. The team went undefeated in Local League, won a district title, won 18 out of 20 games in Cal Ripken play and most importantly had fun.
I would like to thank the Coaches Chad Isbell, Dion Linz and Josh Smith for their help and all the parents for letting their child be a Legend….
Post season awards for Berryville high school spring sports keep coming as outstanding individual performances have been recognized recently. The All Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette Soccer teams have been announced and include Lady Bobcat junior Maryn Jones being named to the team. Jones had 24 goals and 12 assist for Berryville that finished 12-5 and claimed the class 4A state runner up this year. Frederic Leroy a senior Bobcat was recognized as Newcomer of the Year as Berryville also claimed a 4A runner up finish. The division two All Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette softball team included freshman Lady Bobcat Lora Grace Hill. Hill batted .468 with 44 hits, 44 runs scored, and 25 RBI’S. Junior Lady Bobcat Haley Rivett was also recognized for her season, batting .418 with 33 hits, 31 runs scored, 19 RBI’S, and 5 home runs. The Berryville Lady Bobcat softball team finished with a record of 21-10 and won its first state tournament game in school history this year. Congratulations to these award winning student athletes.
Springdale June 14th thru 17th
Carroll County Legends won the 2018 Cal Ripken 12 year old districts 3-6 tournament this past weekend by going undefeated and out scoring opponents 39 to 5.
Day one Pea Ridge 14-0
Legends tallies 14 hits on the day. Brady Lucas, Drew Dean, Colton Spinning, Ashton Blok, Mason Meador and Logan Isbell all managed multiple hits. Legends didn’t commit a single error. Brady Smith and Logan Isbell toed the rubber to pitch a no hitter.
Day two Mt. Home 4-3
The legends lost to the Eastern rivals last year in district and were ready to not let that be a repeat. Colton Spinning, Drew Dean, Sebastian Holsted and Aspen Linz each managed one hit to lead the team. Mason Meador led things off on the hill for the Legends lasting 2 2/3 rd. innings allowing one hit and two runs while striking out two. It was a very exciting defensive game. Logan Isbell had some fantastic throws from short stop. The best Defensive game they played all year.
Day 3 Springdale 10-1
Offence was fired up right out of the gate. Logan Isbell led the Legends with 2 hits in four at bats. Brady Smith led things off on the mound. He lasted 2 innings allowing four hits and one run while striking out one and walking one. Legends didn’t commit a single error in the field.
Day 4. Mt. Home 11-1
Legends scored seven runs in the fourth. Logan Isbell, Ashton Blok, Brady Lucas, Drew Dean, Mason Meador and Aspen Linz powered the big inning with RBIs. Drew and Aspen each collected two hits to lead Berryville. Brady Smith pitched the whole game throwing only 42 pitches 30 of those being strikes.
The team is playing great ball right now. We had a goal when we started the season to Win district and then go win state. The boys are giving it their all I could not be happier with this group of players and coaches. Next week we enter the 12 / 70 major State tournament in Rogers. We will see all these teams we faced at district plus those teams from the Eastern side of the state. We know we will have to be ready to defend our state title from last year and come back to Carroll County as State Champs this year...
The Legends baseball team went undefeated last weekend in Springdale to become the 2018 Cal Ripken District 3 - 6 Champions of the 12 year old 70 foot division. There were 9 teams in the tournament. The Legends started off the weekend with a win over Pea Ridge on Thursday evening and another win over Mountain Home on Friday. In the semi final game on Saturday the Legends faced Springdale with yet another win and then defeated Mountain Home in the Championship game on Sunday with a run rule in the 4th ending the game 11 to 1. The Legends move on to the State tournament in Rogers beginning June 28th.
Front Row: Ashton “Red” Blok, Logan Isbell, Karson Deatherage
Middle Row: Mason Meador, Anthony Jewell, Brady Lucas Isbell, Brady “Smiley” Smith, Aspen “Fox” Linz, Colton Spinning, Sebastian “Sea Bass” Holsted, Drew Dean
Back Row: Coach Josh Smith, Coach Chad Isbell, Coach Chris Meador, Coach Dion Linz
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 email@example.com. Thank you in advance and KTHS hopes you have a great summer!
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Berryville Bobcat Basketball Camp
Girls Pee Wee Camp Winners
Free Throw Champion: Emily Parton
Hot Shot Champion: Bella Saver
1 on 1 Champion: Emily Parton
Obstacle Course Champion: Alyssa Solorzano
Outstanding Camper: Alyssa Solorzano
Free Throw Champion: Brianna Crawford
Hot Shot Champion: Kinly Smith
1 on 1 Champion: Kinly Smith
Obstacle Course Champion: Jacee Hoskins
Outstanding Camper: Kinly Smith
Free Throw Champion: Carley Ward
Hot Shot Champion: Ella Miller
1 on 1 Champion: Ella Miller
Obstacle Course Champion: Paige Thurman
Outstanding Camper: Codi Bohannan
Free Throw Champion: Bailey Skelten
Hot Shot Champion: Mattie Fultz
1 on 1 Champion: Taeler Tomlinson
Obstacle Course Champion: Hailey McCarty
Outstanding Camper: Taeler Tomlinson
Free Throw Champion: Lakkyn Flores
Hot Shot Champion: Mallory Whitsen
1 on 1 Champion: Maci Roy
Obstacle Course Champion: Maci Roy
Outstanding Camper: Dakota Tresler
Boys Pee Wee Camp Winners
Free Throw Champion: Carson Compton
Hot Shot Champion: Carson Compton
1 on 1 Champion: Carson Compton
Obstacle Course Champion: Mason Holmes
Outstanding Camper: Eli Roy
Free Throw Champion: Chase Rushing
Hot Shot Champion: Bryce Smith
1 on 1 Champion: Bryce Smith
Obstacle Course Champion: Craig Thomas Hicks
Outstanding Camper: Carter Wolfinbarger
Free Throw Champion: Peyton Smith
Hot Shot Champion: Jacob Pierce
1 on 1 Champion: Peyton Smith
Obstacle Course Champion: Peyton Smith
Outstanding Camper: Kevin Arrizon
Free Throw Champion: Grant Parton
Hot Shot Champion: Layton Glisson
1 on 1 Champion: Jaxon Hatfield
Obstacle Course Champion: Devin Alvarez
Outstanding Camper: Alik Gray
Free Throw Champion: Lucas Pierce
Hot Shot Champion: Ashton Blok
1 on 1 Champion: Ashton Blok
Obstacle Course Champion: Ashton Blok
Outstanding Camper: Drew Dean
The Carroll County Country Club regularly host league play golf throughout the week and the Wednesday night men’s league provided a monumental shot for a local golfer. Greg Anderson recorded his first hole in one after playing the game for over 35 years. Anderson made his ace with a 4 hybrid on hole number four which measured 172 yards from the black tees. According to Golf Digest the odds of hitting a hole in one are 12,500 to 1. Anderson told KTHS that he hit a good shot right at the pin but did not confirm the ace until he looked in the cup and found his ball in the hole. Anderson was accompanied by fellow golfers Doug Carr, Duane Waters, and Dan Tharp. The Carroll County Country Club is open to the public and is located on highway 62 in Berryville. Congratulations to Greg Anderson!
The Berryville Bobcats recently held their annual athletic awards ceremony at Bobcat Arena and as the school year comes to a close KTHS would like to recognize those athletes that were honored.
According to Berryville Athletic Director Brent Compton; Bob Sellick award Nora Waller and Ty Allen, Joe Neff Basore Award Mary-Kennedy Jackson, John Paul Hannah Award Cody Allen, Terry Clark Award Jaiden Hutchison, Charlie Matney Award Shannon Chester
According to Cross Country Coach Andrew Killingsworth: Nathan Engel and Claira Watson each won the Kevin Helmlinger Memorial Award.
According to head football Coach Doug Schott: Brett Parsons won the Carroll Clark Hustling Sophomore Award, while Charlie Archer won the outstanding offensive back award and Devon Smith won the Burlsworth offensive lineman of the year award. Ben Diaz was the defensive lineman of the year, while Byran McIntosh was the outstanding defensive back of the year. Denton McCullough was the Terry Hussey defensive player of the year. McIntosh was an all-conference player.
According to Golf Coach Brent Compton: Ty Allen was the boys player of the year and McKayla Hussey was the girls player of the year. Allen and Hussey were both all-state golfers.
According to Volleyball Coach Kristin Whetham: Kamryn Smith was the setter of the year, while Chaney Seitz was the hitter of the year and Kelcee Hopper was the blocker of the year. Kamryn Smith was the best server and Aspen Smith was the defensive player of the year. Aspen Smith was also Ms. Bobcat. Marlea Stone, Lexy Anderson, Kate Powell and Taylor Swofford were members of the all-conference team. Aspen Smith was an all-state player and Maryn Jones made the all-state tournament team.
According to Boys Basketball Coach Brent Compton: The offensive player of the year was Zach Webb and the defensive player of the year was Cody Allen. Ty Allen had the best three-point field goal percentage. Jarrett Ray was king of the boards. Webb had the best field goal percentage, while Ty Allen had the best free throw percentage and Ray was the leading scorer. The Mr. Hustle award went to Kooper Logan and Ty Allen was Mr. Bobcat. Ty Allen, Ray and Webb earned all-conference honors and Webb was also all-state.
According to Girls Basketball Daniel Cornelison: Kelcee Hopper had the best field goal percentage, while Baylea Smith had the best three-point field goal percentage and Hannah Morrell led the team in free throw percentage. Morrell led the team in blocks and rebounds, while Lexy Anderson led the team in steals. Aspen Smith was the defensive player of the year and Baylea Smith was Ms. Bobcat. All five starters were all-conference selections. Baylea Smith was an all-state player and Anderson was the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette’s Division II player of the year.
According to Wrestling CoachDerrek Aynes: Carlos Escobar and Rafael Perez were the most improved wrestlers. John Barrios was the newcomer of the year. Brett Parsons, Colton Record and Christian Lemus were all-state wrestlers. John Barrios, Rafael Perez, Carlos Escobar and Cesar Martinez were all-state honorable mention.
According to Baseball Coach David Broseus: Jarrett Stringer was the rookie of the year, while Austin W. Woods was the pitcher of the year. Chay Myers was the offensive player of the year and Kooper Logan was the defensive player of the year. Austin K. Woods won the hustle award, while Justin Mueller was Mr. Bobcat and Austin W. Woods was the MVP. Austin W. Woods, Ethan Gregory, Rusty Colbert, Logan and Myers were all-conference selections.
According to Boys Track Coach Cody Curtis: Tristan Updegraff was the jumper of the year, while Harley Tittsworth was the sprinter of the year and Braden Scrivner was long distance runner of the year. Connor Worley was the thrower of the year and Brett Parsons was Mr. Bobcat.
According to Girls Track Andrew Killingsworth: Cecilia Doss was the jumper of the year, while Lexy Anderson was the sprinter of the year and Alexis Steele was the long distance runner of the year. Kate Powell was the thrower of the year and Anderson was Ms. Bobcat.
According to Softball Coach Josh Hatfield: LoraGrace Hill was the offensive player of the year and Aspen Smith was the defensive player of the year. Taylor Kelley was the pitcher of the year and LoraGrace Hill was the rookie of the year. Eve Linz won the hustle award and Anna Caroline Stone was named Ms. Bobcat. Kate Powell was the most improved and Hayley Rivett was the MVP. Maleah Bryant, Lexi Woods, Aspen Smith, LoraGrace Hill, Hayley Rivett and Taylor Kelley were all-conference players.
According to Boys Soccer Coach Dyllan Candelaria; Jesus Perez was most improved player. Most goals scored Frederic Leroy, best midfielder Nathan Engel, best defender Daniel Portillo and Carlos Garduno, best striker Byran McIntosh, Bobcat award Brian Tovar, hustle award Hunter Blankenship, most assist Frederic Leroy, goalkeeper award Robert Quiquivix, freshman of the year Alexis Lopez.
According to Girls Soccer Coach Aaron Hall; best defender Nora Waller, leading scorer Maryn Jones, most assist Taylor Swofford, most improved Abby Thurman, best midfielder Vicky Vallatoro, Ms Bobcat Vicky Villatoro and Maryn Jones, 12th man Lauren Compton, Captains awards Karleigh Giles and Natalia Hernandez, All State Vicky Villatoro and Maryn Jones, All State Tournament Taylor Swofford, Maryn Jones, and Karleigh Giles, All Conference Nora Waller, Mary Kennedy Jackson, Sarah Hale, Marisela Calderon, Amber Veach, Karleigh Giles, Taylor Swofford, Natalia Hernandez, Abby Thurman.
According to Varsity Cheer Coach Ciera Woodruff; Career Cheerleader award Nora Waller and Angela Janes, Veteran of the Year Angela Janes, Rookie of the Year Sarah Hale, most spirited Bailey Doss, most improved Chaney Seitz, most dedicated Kamryn Smith.
The Green Forest Tigers recently held their annual athletic banquet at Fred Grim Gym and as the school year comes to a close KTHS would like to recognize those athletes that were honored.
According to Golf Coach Kyle Farrar, Outstanding male golfer was Clayton Smith and outstanding female golfer was Ashley Farrar.
According to Volleyball Coach Trista Killingsworth the offensive player of the year was Alissa Smith. The defensive player of the year was Stacy Flores. Vanessa Perez won the Tiger Hustle award and Rachael Evans was the MVP.
According to cross country Coach Jonathan Bryant, Lex Hilton was the most outstanding male runner and David Aguinaga was the most improved male runner. Rafael Rosales won the male winged foot award. Lucy Rios was the most outstanding female runner and Lyndsay Anglin was the most improved female runner. Jennifer Martinez won the female winged foot award.
According to Football Coach Bobby Bishop, Dakota Grigg was the outstanding offensive player of the year. Creel Roberts was the outstanding defensive player of the year. Alex Herrera won the Tiger Hustle award. Jose Hernandez was the MVP and Braden Smith won the Brandon Burlsworth award, which is given to the Tiger who shows character and sportsmanship both on and off the field. The team highlight of the year was the Carroll County Super Bowl victory over Berryville 23-20 this past year.
According to first year basketball Coach Donnie Smith the offensive player of the year was Clayton Smith and the defensive player of the year was Hayden Bailey. The hustle award went to Dakota Grigg and Carter Boggs was the sixth man of the year. Rhett Powell was the MVP. Smith and Powell each earned all-conference honors.
According to girls basketball Coach Kyle Farrar the outstanding offensive player of the year was Kelsey Phillips and the outstanding defensive player of the year was Daisy Padilla. The Hustle award went to Kendall DeMeyer and the Tiger leadership award went to Rachael Evans. The MVP was Ashley Farrar. Phillips and Farrar each earned all-conference honors.
Cheer: The leadership award went to Cheyenne Zimmerman. Kassidy Bell was the most spirited cheerleader and Chabree Bishop was the most outstanding cheerleader.
According to baseball Coach Brandon Stone the offensive player of the year was Trey Curbow. The defensive player of the year was Reiley Gordon. Hayden Bailey was the pitching leader. Ryan Logan won the Tiger Hustle award. Anthany Castillo was the most improved player and Dakota Grigg was the MVP.
According to softball Coach Ryan Whetham the offensive MVP was Ashley Farrar and the defensive MVP was Trinity McMahan. Rachael Evans won the hustle award and Emily Becker won the leadership award.
According to boys soccer Coach Jonathan Bryant the boys offensive player of the year was Edson Merida and the boys defensive player of the year was Rafael Rosales. The Tiger hustle award went to Fredy Ortiz and Urbano Reyes. Jose Hernandez was the boys MVP. The boys team highlight was a first round state soccer tournament victory over Cossatot River 7 to 4.
According to girls soccer Coach Elizabeth Wilson the offensive player of the year was Kimberly Lopez. The defensive player of the year was Sully Mendoza. The Tiger hustle award went to Lopez. Emily Bolen and Viannei Rangel each received the most improved player award. Brook Wilson was most dedicated player and America Martinez was the MVP.
Track: Lex Hilton was the outstanding male distance runner. Braden Smith was the outstanding male sprinter. Carter Boggs was the male outstanding field events award winner. Hilton was the high point award winner. Gregg Wyatt won the winged foot award. 3A state champion in the 800 and 1600 meter run Karina Maravillas was the outstanding female distance runner. Lyndsay Anglin was the outstanding mid-distance runner. Kassidy Bell was the outstanding female sprinter. Lexey Williams was the female outstanding field events award winner. Maravillas was the high point award winner. Bell won the winged foot award.
And finally, Matt Owens and Rachael Evans each won the Netta Stone Memorial Athletic Scholarship.
Congratulations to the Green Forest Tiger players, coaches, and mangers on a great Tiger sports year.
2018 Champions Basketball Camp for Boys and Girls
May 29 – June 1 @ Bobcat Arena 9 am-11:00 am
Bobcat Basketball Camp Highlights
· Exciting and fun atmosphere to learn and develop basketball fundamentals
· Individual instruction from Berryville High School players and coaches
· Both individual skills as well as team concepts taught
· Players will be grouped by age and ability for drills and team play
· Camp t-shirt included with registration
· Awards presented to winners of events:
obstacle course, hot shot, free throws, 3 on 3, 1 on 1, and outstanding campers
· $50 per camper; entering grades 3-7 during 2018-2019 school year
· Registration 8:30 am May 29
Berryville Coaching Staff
Boys Coaches – Brent Compton/Cody Curtis/Dyllan Candelaria
Girls Coaches – Daniel Cornelison/Aaron Hall
Contact Coach Compton – firstname.lastname@example.org (870-654-3706) with questions
It was a high school championship weekend in the state of Arkansas as soccer, baseball, and softball championship games were played in all classifications including the 4A where our very own Berryville Bobcat and Lady Bobcat soccer teams joined the elite field of competitors at Razorback Field Saturday afternoon. Championship games for Berryville have been few and far between and a huge community outpouring of support has greeted this year’s Bobcat and Lady Bobcat 4A state runner up seasons. The Lady Bobcats took Razorback field first and played to a hard fought 0-0 tie until the twenty fifth minute mark when Central Arkansas Christian got on the scoreboard first. Berryville played hard but had no answers for CAC as they won their third consecutive 4A state soccer title. The Lady Bobcats held their heads high as they accepted the 4A state runner up trophy in front of a huge crowd that made the trip to see record setting season come to an end. The Berryville boys took the field next against Warren and the Bobcats found themselves tied 0 to 0 with 18 minutes left in the second half, but the championship would slip away as Warren closed out the final minutes with a couple of goals. The huge Bobcat proud nation saw the Bobcats accept a 4A state runner up trophy for only the second time in school history. Congratulations from KTHS and the entire community to the 2018 Berryville Bobcat and Lady Bobcat soccer team players, coaches, and managers for an outstanding and memorable soccer season that will go down in history.
The girls and boys 4A state soccer championship finals are set for Saturday afternoon and our Berryville Bobcats and Lady Bobcats are in the finals as both teams have had outstanding seasons. The Lady Bobcats will take Razorback Field in Fayetteville at 2PM against Central Arkansas Christian. KTHS talked to girls head Coach Aaron Hall about the challenge of winning a state championship. Coach Hall explained that CAC is undefeated this year and have some very impressive athletes, but our girls have stepped up in big games before and he expects his team to leave it all on the field on Saturday as they have nothing to lose and everything to gain and we’re rooting for a state championship. The Bobcats will take the field immediately after the girls at 4PM as they will play Warren high school. Good luck to our Bobcat and Lady Bobcat soccer teams, Take State! Berryville schools have announced a state bound soccer student pep bus will be going to the big games. Students will be leaving the high school parking lot at 11:15am on Saturday May 19th. And a big crowd is expected to show up in support of the Bobcats and Lady Bobcats as the chance to see a Berryville state championship is only a short drive away in Fayetteville. If for some reason you’re not able to attend the game KTHS 107.1 will be carrying the live broadcast of both girls and boys 4A state championships. Special guest announcer Carlos Chicas will call the soccer action just before 2PM with a pregame show. The game will be available on kthsradio.com or download the free app today to cheer on the Berryville Lady Bobcat and Bobcat soccer teams this Saturday.
Yesterday was another day of preparation for the Berryville boys and girls soccer teams as the 4A state soccer championship games are set for Saturday May 19th. The Lady Bobcats will take Razorback Field in Fayetteville first at 2PM against CAC and the Bobcats will follow at 4PM against Warren. Berryville is relying on experience and team chemistry as both girls and boys have players that have been playing together since grade school. Berryville has had a youth soccer program in place for many years and some would say that the boys who played on the Berryville Storm and the girls who played on the Berryville Pysclones have helped make the high school program very successful. Community support is showing as the excitement of the championship games approach, Berryville schools has announced a state bound soccer student pep bus will be going to the big games. Students will be leaving the high school parking lot at 11:15am on Saturday May 19th. And a big crowd is expected to show up in support of the Bobcats and Lady Bobcats as the chance to see a Berryville state championship is only a short drive away in Fayetteville. If for some reason you’re not able to attend the game KTHS 107.1 will be carrying the live broadcast of both girls and boys 4A state championships. Special guest announcer Carlos Chicas will call the soccer action just before 2PM with a pregame show. The game will be available on kthsradio.com or download the free app today to cheer on the Berryville Lady Bobcat and Bobcat soccer teams this Saturday.
Word is spreading and the excitement is building as the Berryville girls and boys soccer teams are playing for 4A State Soccer Championships this Saturday on Razorback Field in Fayetteville. The Bobcats and Lady Bobcats went back to work on Tuesday to prepare for the big games. Boys Coach Dyllan Candelaria and volunteer Coach Eddie Reyes are preparing for a tough match against Warren and girls Coach Aaron Hall and volunteer Coach Gustova Villatoro are working on a game plan against CAC. The Lady Bobcat soccer team defeated Robinson, Stuttgart, and Brookland to advance to the final against Central Arkansas Christian at 2PM. The Bobcat soccer team defeated Robinson, Crowley’s Ridge Academy, and Hamburg to advance to the final against Warren at 4PM. Players, Coaches, Parents, and Fans will be treated to a banner to hang at Berryville High School to mark the major accomplishment; it’s just a matter of whether the title is State Champion or State Runner-Up. Either way it has been a memorable year. Fans are encouraged to make the short trip to Fayetteville Saturday for Berryville high school soccer history but if you can’t, KTHS 107.1FM will bring you the live broadcast from Razorback Field as special guest announcer Carlos Chicas Zepeda will call the game live beginning with a pregame show before the 2PM girls game with interviews, insight, and analysis. Listen on line at kthsradio.com or download the free kths app today. And stayed tuned to KTHS all week long for Berryville 4A state soccer championship fever, Go Bobcats and Lady Bobcats!
Word is spreading and the excitement is building as the Berryville girls and boys soccer teams are playing for 4A State Soccer Championships this Saturday on Razorback Field in Fayetteville. Every team in every sport aim for the ultimate goal and Berryville has two opportunities on the same day thanks to some outstanding tournament play last week in Batesville. The Lady Bobcat soccer team defeated Robinson, Stuttgart, and Brookland to advance to the final against Central Arkansas Christian at 2PM. The Bobcat soccer team defeated Robinson, Crowley’s Ridge Academy, and Hamburg to advance to the final against Warren at 4PM. Players, Coaches, Parents, and Fans will be treated to a banner to hang at Berryville High School to mark the major accomplishment; it’s just a matter of whether the title is State Champion or State Runner-Up. Either way it has been a memorable year. Fans are encouraged to make the short trip to Fayetteville Saturday for Berryville high school soccer history but if you can’t, KTHS 107.1FM will bring you the live broadcast from Razorback Field as special guest announcer Carlos Chicas Zepeda will call the game live beginning with a pregame show before the 2PM girls game with interviews, insight, and analysis. Listen on line at kthsradio.com or download the free kths app today. And stayed tuned to KTHS all week long for Berryville 4A state soccer championship fever, Go Bobcats and Lady Bobcats!
It was a banner day for the Berryville girls and boys soccer teams in the semifinals of the 4A state soccer tournament held in Batesville Saturday afternoon. The Lady Bobcats took the field first against Brookland for a chance to advance to the 4A state championship game. The Lady Bobcats and Lady Bearcats played to a 0-0 tie after the first half of play. Berryville would have the wind at their back in the second half and kept Brookland on their heels as juniors Maryn Jones and Karleigh Giles scored and put the Lady Bobcats up 2-0 early in the second half. Jones would score again to make it 3-0, and sophomore Natalia Hernandez tacked on 2 more goals in the closing minutes as Berryville dominated for a 5-0 victory and will move on to the 4A championship Saturday. I had a chance to talk to Berryville Lady Bobcat soccer coach Aaron Hall after the game in Batesville……………….
The Berryville Lady Bobcats will be the first girl’s team sport to play for a state championship. They will play Saturday at 2PM against CAC at Razorback Field in Fayetteville.
The Berryville senior high boys played next against Hamburg hoping to follow the footsteps of the Lady Bobcats to a championship game. Berryville’s Brian Tovar would score the first goal of the game, but the Lions would match it to make it 1-1 midway through the first half. Tovar would strike again before half and the Bobcats would lead 2-1 at halftime. Berryville would only allow one goal in the second half but that was good enough for a two all tie at the end of regulation. Neither team could break the tie in two extra overtime periods which forced the best of 5 penalty kicks to determine the winner. Berryville made good on all 5 PK’s by Fredrick Leroy, Brian Tovar, Junior Perez, Carlos Garduno, and Robert Quiquvix and Quiquvix blocked the last PK kick by Hamburg to take the thrilling overtime victory. The Bobcats will face Warren at 4PM and the Lady Bobcats will face CAC at 2PM in Fayetteville Saturday. Congratulations to the Berryville girls and boys soccer teams for making the 4A state soccer championship games!
The Berryville boys soccer team will advance to the final four of the 4A state soccer tournament after defeating Crowley’s Ridge Academy Friday. The Falcons led 2-0 at halftime, but the Bobcats exploded for 5 goals in the second half and take the quarter final victory 5-2, Bobcat scoring included; Sophomore Armando Mojica and junior Brian Tovar with two goals each and senior Abdiel Torres with one goal. Berryville will face the winner of Hamburg and Arkadelphia Saturday at 4PM in the semifinals of the 4A state soccer tournament in Batesville. The Berryville Lady Bobcat soccer team made it two Berryville teams in the final four of the 4A state soccer tournament when they defeated number one seed Stuttgart in the Friday quarter final game. Berryville raced out to a 5-0 lead at halftime and claimed a convincing 7-1 victory to advance to the semifinal game Saturday at 2PM in Batesville against the winner of Brookland/Baptist Prep. The Green Forest boys soccer team season ended Friday in the quarter finals of the 4A state tournament in Batesville when they lost to a tough Warren team 3 to 0. The Tigers pulled off a big upset on Thursday against Cossatot River but there season ends as a top eight team in the 4A state rankings. It was a year of school records for the Berryville Lady Bobcat softball team, but the season ended with a loss to number one seed Bauxite Friday in the quarter finals of the 4A state softball tournament in Nashville. Berryville’s state appearance and Thursday’s state tournament victory was the first in school softball history and the Lady Bobcats set a school record with 21 wins on the season. Congratulations to the Berryville Lady Bobcat softball team and the Green Forest boys soccer team on a great season! And good luck to the Berryville girls and boys soccer teams in the semifinals of the 4A state soccer tournament in Batesville!
It was a big day for Carroll County softball and soccer teams in Arkansas 4A high school state tournaments! Four wins and four teams advance to quarter final games today. First it was the Berryville Lady Bobcat softball team in the 4A state softball tournament in Nashville playing against first round opponent Harrisburg. BERRYVILLE TRAILED 1-0 UNTIL THEIR FINAL AT BAT AND SCORED TWO RUNS IN THE TOP OF THE SEVENTH INNING TO TAKE A 2-1 LEAD, BUT HARRISBURG SCORED IN THE BOTTOM OF THE INNING TO MAKE IT A 2 ALL GAME AND FORCE EXTRA INNINGS.BERRYVILLE AND HARRISBURG SCORED 1 RUN APIECE IN THE FIRST EXTRA INNING, AS THE GAME WAS TIED AT 3 GOING INTO THE SECOND EXTRA INNING. THE LADY BOBCATS SCORED 5 RUNS IN THE TOP OF THE SECOND EXTRA INNING MAKING THE SCORE 8-3 AND BERRYVILLE WOULD HOLD ON TO BEAT HARRISBURG 8-4 IN THE FIRST ROUND OF THE 4A STATE SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT IN NASHVILLE. BERRYVILLE WILL PLAY IN THE QUARTERFINALS TODAY AT 10AM AGAINST BAUXITE. NEXT THE BERRYVILLE LADY BOBCAT SOCCER TEAM PLAYED ROBINSON LATE THURSDAY AFTERNOON IN THE FIRST ROUND OF THE 4A STATE TOURNAMENT HELD IN BATESVILLE AND TOOK A ONE GOAL TO ZERO LEAD OVER ROBINSON AT THE END OF THE FIRST HALF. THE LADY BOBCATS WOULD ADD TWO MORE GOALS IN THE FIRST TEN MINUTES OF THE SECOND HALF AND LED 3 TO 0. ALL THREE GOALS WERE FROM CORNER KICKS AND HEADERS BY MARYN JONES AND TWO FOR TAYLOR SWOFFORD. BERRYVILLE WOULD HANG ON FOR THE VICTORY 4-2 AND WILL ADVANCE TO QUARTER FINAL GAME AGAINST STUTGART BEGINNING AT NOON TODAY IN BATESVILLE. The Berryville Bobcat boy’s soccer team defeated Robinson in the first round of the 4A state tournament in Batesville. The Bobcats scored after only 4 minutes of play and led 6 to 0 at halftime. They cruised to a 9-0 victory and will play in the quarter finals today at 10am against Crowley's Ridge Academy. And finally, the Green Forest Tiger boy’s soccer team defeated number one seed, Cossatot River Eagles by a score of 7-4 in the first round of the 4A state soccer tournament; they held a 3-2 halftime lead and scored 4 goals in the second half for the victory. The Tigers will play in the quarter finals today at noon against the Warren Lumberjacks at Batesville. Congratulations to all of our local high school teams and special thanks to administrators and opposing teams for accommodating early games today so senior student athletes will be able to participate in graduation ceremonies tonight. Go Tigers and Go Bobcats!
KTHS BERRYVILLE HIGH SCHOOL LADY BOBCAT SOFTBALL 4A STATE TOURNAMENT UPDATE FROM NASHVILLE ARKANSAS;
FIRST ROUND GAME BEING PLAYED TODAY BETWEEN BERRYVILLE AND HARRISBURG
BERRYVILLE TRAILED 1-0 UNTIL THEIR FINAL AT BAT AND SCORED TWO RUNS IN THE TOP OF THE SEVENTH INNING TO TAKE A 2-1 LEAD, BUT HARRISBURG SCORED IN THE BOTTOM OF THE INNING TO MAKE IT A 2 ALL GAME AND FORCE EXTRA INNINGS.
BERRYVILLE AND HARRISBURG SCORED 1 RUN APIECE IN THE FIRST EXTRA INNING, GAME TIED AT 3 GOING INTO THE SECOND EXTRA INNING
LADY BOBCATS SCORE 5 RUNS IN THE TOP OF THE SECOND EXTRA INNING MAKING THE SCORE 8-3
AND HOLD ON TO BEAT HARRISBURG 8-4 IN THE FIRST ROUND OF THE 4A STATE SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT IN NASHVILLE
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Spring high school sports are coming to a close this week and our local teams have hopes of bringing home state banners. Class 4A state tournaments begin today and first round games include the number four seed Berryville Lady Bobcat softball team taking on number three seed Harrisburg Lady Hornets in Nashville Arkansas. Berryville head coach Josh Hatfield and the Lady Bobcats set school records this year with most wins in a season and stand at 20-9, and this will be the first 4A state softball tournament appearance in school history for Berryville softball. The Berryville boy’s soccer team will be the number two seed from the 1-4A regional conference today when they face number three seed Robison in the 4A state soccer tournament today in Batesville Arkansas. Expectations are high as Berryville soccer Coach Dyllan Candelaria and the Bobcats take a 10-1-1 overall record and a third place 4A state ranking into the tournament today. The number three seed Berryville Lady Bobcat soccer team will play the number two seed Robinson Lady Hornets today at 3PM in Batesville. Berryville soccer Coach Aaron Hall and the Lady Bobcats advanced to the final four last year in the 4A state tournament and are hoping their experience pays off this year. And finally the number four seed Green Forest boy’s soccer team will take on top ranked and number one seed Cossatot River today at 5PM in Batesville. Green Forest Coach Jonathan Bryant and the Tigers finished the tough 1-4A regional conference with an 8-3 record this year. Good luck to all our local athletes in state competition today!
Last night the Berryville Athletic Department recognized outstanding student athletes during the annual awards ceremony, but the biggest reward for the athletes, coaches, and parents is a trip to state competition. Hard work has paid off for the Berryville Lady Bobcat softball team and the Berryville girls and boys’ soccer teams as they are heading to their respective state competitions today. The Lady Bobcat softball team made school history with a victory over Dardanelle in the Regional tournament and Berryville will make their first 4A state softball tournament appearance when they face Harrisburg in the first round tomorrow at 10am in Nashville Arkansas, a win for the 20-9 Lady Bobcats would advance Berryville to a quarter final matchup against Bauxite on Friday. The Berryville Lady Bobcat soccer team is heading to Batesville today and will take on a familiar foe in Robinson in the first round of the 4A state soccer tournament. Last year Robinson eliminated Berryville in the semifinals, and the Lady Bobcats are hoping for redemption. The Lady Bobcat first round state game begins at 3PM. The Berryville boys soccer team has lived up to the hype this year as they will enter the 4A state tournament as the number two seed and will play Robinson at 5PM. The Bobcats lone loss this year was to two time defending state champion Dardanelle April 27th in a hard fought road game loss 3-2. Expectations are high for the Berryville soccer teams. The Green Forest boy’s soccer team earned the last spot from the 4A north conference and received a number four seed. The Tigers will play Cossatot River at 5PM and are capable of making a deep run in the state tournament as well. Congratulations and good luck to all of our area teams in state competition this week and safe travels to the players, coaches, parents, and fans.
The Berryville Lady Bobcat softball team made history Saturday when they defeated Dardanelle in the first round of the 4A North Regional tournament held in Lincoln. The win qualified Berryville for the 4A state tournament for the first time in school history which will begin on Thursday in Nashville Ar. Berryville Coach Josh Hatfield and the Lady Bobcats had opportunities to improve their seeding in the state tournament but key injuries led to losses against Gravette and Pea Ridge. Berryville will play as the four seed from the north region against number three seed Harrisburg from the 4A east region, game time is set for 10am on Thursday. The winner will advance to the quarter finals against Bauxite at 12:30 Friday. Berryville Athletic Director Brent Compton announced the school will have a state send off for the team on Wednesday and the bus should head out of town at approximately 2PM. Fans are encouraged to show their support Wednesday for the big sendoff. Congratulations and good luck to the Berryville Lady Bobcat softball team. The Berryville high school athletic awards are scheduled for tonight in Bobcat Arena beginning at 6PM. It was a banner year for Bobcat Athletics and the public is invited to help celebrate Bobcat fall and spring sports. And finally according to Green Forest Athletic Director Bobby Bishop Green Forest athletes are encouraged to take their free physicals today for the 2018-19 season. Mercy Clinic in Green Forest is providing the exams again this year.
The Berryville Lady Bobcat softball team had to wait until Saturday morning before they could begin the 4A North Regional softball tournament held in Lincoln due to rain on Thursday and Friday, but it was worth the wait. Number three seed Berryville faced number two seed Dardanelle at 10am Saturday morning with a trip to the 4A state tournament on the line. The Lady Bobcats raced out to a 7-0 lead after five innings and exploded for 7 runs in the top of the sixth to take a convincing 14-0 lead, but Dardanelle didn’t roll over as they fought back with six runs in the bottom of the sixth. Berryville ended the Lady Sandlizards comeback bid in the end and took the victory 14-9. Berryville freshman Lexi Woods had four hits and 5 RBI’s, including a home run. Sophomore Anna Caroline Stone had 3 hits, junior Haley Rivett had a home run, and senior Aspen Smith had a double with 3 RBI’s. The victory advanced Berryville to a Saturday afternoon double header against Gravette at 3PM after they defeated Dover earlier in the day. Berryville head coach Josh Hatfield lost his starting pitcher Taylor Kelley in the semifinal game against the Tigers and that proved to be the difference in a 15-0 Gravette win. Berryville will play for third place at noon today against Pea Ridge in what should be a battle as the Lady Bobcats lost 2-1 on April 27th to the Lady Blackhawks. Berryville will make the school’s first appearance in the state softball tournament as the Lady Bobcats made history with the first round victory over Dardanelle which punched their ticket to the 4A State tournament that begins on Thursday in Nashville Arkansas. Congratulations and good luck to the Berryville Lady Bobcat softball team! The Berryville senior high boys soccer team defeated Subiaco Academy on Friday night 7-0. The Bobcats finish the 4A regional conference with a second place finish and a 10-1 record. Their only loss was to top rated Dardanelle, last year’s 4A state champions. Berryville girls and boys soccer teams will be traveling to Batesville on Thursday for the 4A state soccer tournament. And finally, according to Green Forest Athletic Director Bobby Bishop the Tiger Athletic Awards ceremony is scheduled for tonight in Fred Grim Gym at 5:30PM and Tiger athletes are encouraged to take their free athletic physicals for the 2018-19 season on Tuesday provided by Mercy Clinic in Green Forest.
Rain has played havoc with the 1-4A North Regional softball tournament to be played in Lincoln. But the Berryville Lady Bobcats and head Coach Josh Hatfield will finally get their chance this morning at 10am as the number three seed Lady Bobcats are rescheduled to play against the number two seed Dardanelle Lady Sandlizards. A 10am early morning win would advance Berryville to the semifinals against the winner of the Gravette/Dover game and would be played at 3PM. The regional championship game is scheduled for Sunday at 2:30 and the third place game will be played at 12:30. A first round game victory for the Lady Bobcats would also qualify them for the 4A state tournament next week in Nashville. Good luck to the Berryville Lady Bobcat softball team in the regional tournament at Lincoln today.
Today the Berryville senior high boy’s soccer team will host Subiaco Academy on Ronnie Clark Field for their last home game of the season. The Bobcats have already wrapped up a runner up finish in the 1-4A regional conference with a 9-1 record and will be the number two seed in next week’s 4A state tournament in Batesville. Senior recognition will also take place tonight. Today’s highs school soccer schedule also includes the Green Forest girls and boy’s soccer teams as they travel to Lead Hill for their last regular season game of the year. It is a day 2 washout for the 1-4A North Regional softball tournament to be played in Lincoln today. Go to the Berryville Public Schools facebook page for updates. The number three seed Berryville Lady Bobcats will be rescheduled to play against number two seed Dardanelle. A win would advance Berryville to the semifinals against the winner of the Gravette/Dover game. A first round game victory for the Lady Bobcats would also qualify them for the 4A state tournament next week in Nashville. Good luck to the Berryville Lady Bobcat softball team in the regional tournament.
Last night the Berryville boy’s soccer team played a makeup game against Bergman and cruised to a 6-0 victory. The Bobcats improved to 9-1 in the 1-4A regional conference and currently hold second place. Berryville will host Subiaco Academy on Friday on Ronnie Clark Field for their last home game of the season. The story of the day for the Berryville Lady Bobcat softball team is RAIN. The 1-4A North Regional tournament to be played in Lincoln will be postponed until Friday. All game times will remain the same as the #3 seed Lady Bobcats are scheduled to play #2 seed Dardanelle on Friday at 5:30. A win would advance Berryville to the semifinals on Saturday against the winner of the Gravette/Dover game. The Championship and third place games will be played as part of a double header on Saturday evening due to the weather delay. A first round game victory for the Lady Bobcats would also qualify them for the 4A state tournament next week in Nashville. Good luck to the Berryville Lady Bobcat softball team in the regional tournament.
It was a big day for the Green Forest senior high girls track team yesterday in the 3A State meet held in Jessieville. The Lady Tigers came up with a team third place finish, only 3 points shy of runner up. Outstanding individual results included; first place state champ Karina Maravillas in the 800 and 1600 meter run, Lexey Williams third place in the pole vault, and a Lady Tiger first place state champs in the 4x800 relay. Berryville track qualified 3 athletes for the 4A state meet held in Pocahontas yesterday. Kate Powell placed fourth in the shot put, Cecila Doss placed tenth in the girl’s triple jump, and Tristian Updagraff placed seventh in the boy’s triple jump. Congratulations to our area track teams on a great year! The Berryville Lady Bobcat soccer team finished off their regular season with a conference win over Eureka Springs 6-0 last night on Ronnie Clark Field. Berryville finished with a 7-2 conference record and will next play in the 4A State Tournament in Batesville next Thursday May 10th as the #3 seed from the 1-4A region. The Berryville boys soccer team defeated Eureka Springs last night 6-2. The Bobcats are currently in second place with a 8-1 conference record and will play their final two home games of the season Wednesday against Bergman and Friday against Subiaco Academy on Ronnie Clark Field.
High school spring sports are winding down including soccer as the last regular season games are being played this week. Last night the Green Forest Lady Tiger soccer team defeated Danville 6-2 and is currently 4-5 in conference play. The Green Forest boy’s soccer team lost to Danville 4-0 and holds a 7-3 conference record currently good enough to qualify for the state tournament as the four seed. The Berryville soccer team traveled to Gentry last night and picked up a couple of much needed victories. The Lady Bobcat soccer team defeated Gentry 7-1 and improved their conference record to 6-2. The Lady Bobcats will most likely be a three seed in next week’s 4A state tournament. The Berryville boys soccer team cruised to a 8-0 victory over Gentry and will most likely be the two seed from the 1-4A region in the state tournament with a 7-1 conference record. The spring high school sports schedule for today includes the final home soccer game for Berryville;
Berryville girls and boys soccer teams will host Eureka Springs on Ronnie Clark Field beginning at 5PM, includes senior night recognition.
Green Forest boys and girls track teams will compete in the 3A state track meet in Jessieville
Berryville girls and boys track state qualifiers will compete in the 4A state track meet in Pocahontas
The Berryville Lady Bobcat softball team saved their best ball of the season during the 1-4A district tournament over the weekend. Berryville defeated Gentry Thursday night 13-7 that set up a semifinal game against the number one seed Pea Ridge on Friday night. Pea Ridge scored in the top of the first in a low scoring game and Berryville tied the game in the bottom of the sixth 1-1, but the Lady Blackhawks would score one more run in the final frame and that is all they would need to take a 2-1 win in the hard fought game. The Lady Bobcats would play for third place Saturday afternoon to determine the all important seeding in the regional tournament as they would play the tournament host Lincoln Lady Wolves. Berryville held a 3-0 lead over Lincoln, but the Lady Wolves would score 3 in the bottom of the fourth and add three more to take a 6-3 lead heading into the final frame. That’s when Berryville dug deep and the batting got hot as the Lady Bobcats connected for back to back to back home runs by Haley Rivett, Anna Caroline Stone, and Lora Grace Hill that provided for 8 runs and a thrilling 11-6 victory. The 18 hit and 11 run win gives the Lady Bobcats the number three seed in the 4A North Regional tournament and will play against number two seed Dardanelle on Thursday at Lincoln. Congratulations and good luck to Berryville Coach Josh Hatfield and the Berryville Lady Bobcat softball team. The Berryville baseball season came to an end Friday night in the 1-4A District Tournament against Prairie Grove. The Bobcats led 1-0 after the first inning, but Prairie Grove would score 5 runs in the second and 3 in the fourth to cruise to a 8-1 victory over Berryville. The Bobcats finish the year with a 12-11 overall record. The Green Forest varsity boys soccer team defeated Gentry Friday by a score of 9-0 and improve to 7-2 in conference play. The Green Forest girls and boys soccer teams will travel to Danville on Monday night. Also on the schedule for Monday; The Berryville girls and boys soccer teams will travel to Gentry
The Berryville Lady Bobcat softball team defeated Gentry last night in the first round of the 1-4A district tournament and punched their ticket to the regional tournament next week. Berryville was down 2-1 after the first inning but got the offense going and took an 8-2 lead into the fifth inning. The Lady Pioneers charged back with five runs in the top of the fifth to make the score 8-7, but the Lady Bobcats charged back with five runs of their own and closed out the victory 13-7. Berryville scored 13 runs on 14 hits and Lexi Woods, Lora Grace Hill, Anna Caroline Stone, Kate Powell, and Eve Linz had two hits each. Berryville will face Pea Ridge in the semifinals today at 5PM in Lincoln
The Berryville baseball game was postponed yesterday and will be played today, the number six seed Bobcat baseball team will face number three seed Prairie Grove today at 7:30 in Lincoln. A Berryville win would advance them to the semifinals against the winner of Pea Ridge/Gentry on Saturday. Also on the schedule for Friday;
Berryville girls and boys soccer @ Dardanelle
Green Forest girls and boys soccer will host Gentry, includes senior night recognition
Green Forest will host the 1-3A District Track Meet today as senior high girls and boys track teams from the conference will compete starting with field events at 3:30. Green Forest has a history of strong running programs as the senior high Lady Tigers are the defending district champions and the senior high boys are the defending runner up. Green Forest Athletic Director Bobby Bishop encourages the public to come out and support the Tiger track program today. Baseball and softball post season begins today for Berryville. The Lady Bobcat softball team will play a first round district tournament game today in Lincoln beginning at 8pm. The number four seed Berryville will play number five seed Gentry and the winner will advance to the semifinals against Pea Ridge on Friday. The number six seed Berryville Bobcat baseball team will face number three seed Prairie Grove today at 7:30 in Gravette. The winner will advance to the semi finals on Friday against the winner of the Pea Ridge/Gentry game. Good luck to the Bobcats and Lady Bobcats in post season tournaments and good luck to Green Forest in the 1-3A district track meet!
The Green Forest Tiger baseball team saw its season end yesterday in the first round of the 1-3A district baseball tournament held in Harrison. Green Forest scored first and added two runs in the fourth inning, trailing 4-3 going into the bottom of the fifth. But the Panthers exploded in the final two frames with 9 runs and took the victory 13-3. The Huntsville Lady Eagle softball team spoiled senior night for Berryville last night at A.L. Carter Field. The Lady Eagles broke a 1-1 tie with three runs in the top of the 5th inning for a 4-1 victory. The Berryville loss did not change the seeding for the upcoming 1-4A district tournament as the Lady Bobcats will be the four seed against Gentry the five seed when they play at 8PM in the district tournament on Thursday in Lincoln. The Berryville Bobcat baseball team will be the six seed against the three seed Prairie Grove Tigers in the upcoming 1-4A district baseball tournament held in Gravette. The Bobcats will play at 7:30pm on Thursday. District Tournament brackets can be seen at the kthsradio.com sports page. And finally, congratulations to Berryville track members Cecilia Doss and Tristian Udpdagraff as they qualified for the 4A state track meet. Doss placed second in the girl’s triple jump with a jump of 31 feet and 11 inches and Updagraff placed second in the boy’s triple jump with a jump of 41 feet and 11 inches. The top two in each event qualify for state and both will compete in the 4A state track meet May 1st in Pocahontas.
The Green Forest boy’s soccer team improved their position in the district standings last night after a victory over Decatur. The Tigers scored one goal in the first half and added another in the second for a 2-0 victory over the Bulldogs. Senior Tiger Rafael Rosales had 12 saves in the shut out giving Green Forest a 5-2 conference record currently good enough for third place. The Green Forest baseball team will play a first round game of the 1-3A district tournament today against Yellville-Summit. The Tigers received a number six seed and play the three seed Panthers at 6:30PM in Harrison. The winner will advance to play either Bergman or Valley Springs on Friday. Today’s high school sports schedule also includes;
Berryville senior high girls and boys track competing at the 1-4A District Track Meet in Gravette; Field events begin at 3:30.
Green Forest girls and boys soccer will host Huntsville
Berryville Lady Bobcat softball will host Huntsville for their last home game of the season at A.L. Carter Field beginning at 4:30, includes senior night recognition.
League leading Dardanelle girls and boys soccer teams came to Green Forest last Friday and the Tigers couldn’t keep pace with the Sandlizards. The Green Forest boys lost to Dardanelle 4-0 for only their second conference loss on the season and drop to 4-2 in conference play. The Green Forest girls soccer team lost 6-1 to Dardanelle. Also on Friday the Green Forest Lady Tiger softball team dropped a double header to Valley Springs 10-0 and 15-1 and the Green Forest Tiger baseball team fell to Huntsville 15-0. Final regular season baseball and softball games take place early this week as district tournaments are set for later in the week. Today’s high school sports schedule for today includes;
Green Forest baseball at Bergman
Green Forest softball at Prairie Grove
Berryville baseball hosting Life Way Christian out of Centerton
Berryville junior varsity girls and boys soccer hosting Lincoln on Ronnie Clark Field
And finally according to Berryville softball Coach Josh Hatfield the game against Marshall tonight has been cancelled.
The Berryville boys soccer team traveled to Huntsville last night and remain undefeated in conference play after a 4-1 victory over the Eagles. The Bobcats are now 7-0 in conference play. The Berryville Lady Bobcat soccer team made it a sweep against Huntsville as they defeated the Lady Eagles 6-0. Berryville’s Natalia Hernandez had three goals in the win and the Lady Bobcats are now 5-1 in conference play. The Berryville baseball team defeated Prairie Grove last night in a close one 7-4. The Bobcats scored three runs in the second and three in the fourth and improve to 8-3 in conference play. The Green Forest baseball team split games with Yellville-Summit in a double header. The Yellville Panthers scored six early runs in the first game and the Tiger comeback came up short as they lost 7-5, but in the night cap game Green Forest had a seven run sixth inning and won a high scoring game 13-12. The high school sports schedule for today includes;
Green Forest girls and boys soccer will host Dardanelle
Green Forest baseball at Huntsville
Green Forest softball travels to Valley Springs for a double header
Congratulations to the Green Forest junior high boys track team as they won the 1-3A District Meet held in Clinton on Tuesday. The team championship included Reiley Gordon who took home the high point award. The Green Forest senior high track team will host the district track meet one week from today on Thursday April 26 at the Green Forest track. Berryville senior high track district meet will be next Tuesday April 24th at Gravette. The Berryville Lady Bobcat softball team played a makeup game last night at A.L. Carter Field against Gravette. The Berryville defense settled in for solid play after the Tigers scored four runs in the second inning, but the offense never got going. Gravette defeated Berryville 8-1. The Lady Bobcats are now 17-5 overall. Today’s high school sports schedule includes;
Berryville girls and boys soccer at Huntsville
Berryville softball at Eureka Springs
Green Forest softball hosting Marshall
Green Forest baseball at Yellville-Summit
Berryville baseball at Prairie G
Yesterday’s high school sports schedule included county rivals Green Forest and Berryville going head to head and the Bobcats got the winning edge against the Tigers. The Berryville boy’s soccer team defeated the Green Forest Tigers in a tough close game 3-1, giving Green Forest their first conference loss of the year. The Tigers are now 4-1 in conference and Berryville leads the conference with a 6-0 conference record. The Berryville girl’s soccer team defeated Green Forest last night 6-1. Junior Lady Bobcat Maryn Jones had four goals in the victory. The Berryville baseball team continued the winning trend over Green Forest as the Bobcats defeated the Tigers 17-1. The Berryville Lady Bobcat softball team got a road victory over Omaha 11-1. Today’s high school sports schedule includes a Berryville Lady Bobcat softball makeup game against Gravette to be played at A.L. Carter Field in Berryville at 7PM.
The Berryville Lady Bobcat soccer team is in the midst of playing six games in four days as they added another home victory last night against Danville 7-0. Berryville got an early lead scoring five first half goals. The Berryville senior high boy’s soccer team continued their winning streak by defeating Danville 3-0 in the night cap game last night. The Berryville Lady Bobcat softball team got a road victory last night against Hollister Missouri. Hollister took the lead in the third inning but Berryville scored five runs and shut down the Tigers the rest of the way for a 5-1 victory. The Berryville baseball team came up short against Huntsville as the Eagles scored four runs in the sixth inning for a 9-3 victory. Valley Springs baseball dropped Green Forest 17-3 last night and the Green Forest Lady Tiger softball team fell to Yellville-Summit 9-0. Today’s high school sports schedule includes; Berryville girls and boys soccer hosting Green Forest on Ronnie Clark Field, Berryville softball at Omaha, and Berryville baseball hosting Green Forest at A.L. Carter Field in Berryville.
Friday’s high school sports schedule was a wash out due to the weather and a couple of games were moved to Saturday including the Berryville Lady Bobcat soccer games as Berryville traveled to Batesville for a senior high girls soccer tournament. Berryville played up to some tough 5A competition and rose to the challenge as they defeated Heber Springs Saturday morning 5-0, defeated Vilonia 1-0 Saturday afternoon, but came up short in the championship game Saturday night. The Lady Bobcats were tied with Batesville High School 1-1 at the end of regulation and came up short 4-2 in the overtime shoot out. Congratulations to the Berryville Lady Bobcat soccer team as they took second place in the Southerners Spring Classic Invitational girl’s soccer tournament in Batesville. Huntsville baseball team defeated Green Forest 20-0 in a Saturday makeup game. The Monday high school sports schedule includes;
Berryville softball team traveling to Hollister
Green Forest softball has an away conference game against Yellville-Summit
Berryville baseball team has a home double header against Huntsville
Green Forest baseball has a home conference game against Valley Springs
Green Forest senior high track team will be competing in the Senior High Bomber Relays in Mtn. Home
Berryville varsity girls and boys soccer teams will host Danville today on Ronnie Clark Field
The Berryville high school varsity soccer teams posted a couple of conference wins last night against Prairie Grove. The boys took the field first and set the trend as the Bobcats won 3-0 in windy conditions. The Bobcats are now 3-0-1 overall and 3-0 in conference play. The Lady Bobcats got an early lead as junior Maryn Jones scored three first half goals and junior Karleigh Giles added another in the second half for a 4-0 win over the Lady Tigers. Berryville is now 2-2 overall and 2-1 in conference play. The Berryville baseball team lost to Gravette last night. The Tigers got the early edge as the Bobcats kept pace in hitting and scoring but came up short 13-10. Berryville is now 10-7 overall and 6-3 in conference play.
The spring high school sports schedule for today could be disrupted by the weather, the schedule includes;
Green Forest girls and boys soccer will host Huntsville
Green Forest baseball has a makeup game at Bergman
Berryville softball will host Gravette
Berryville boys soccer will travel to Lead Hill
Check your local high school facebook page for cancellations
Saturday’s sports schedule includes;
Berryville and Green Forest baseball makeup games against Huntsville at Green Forest
Berryville girls soccer will travel to Batesville for 3 tournament games
The Berryville Lady Bobcat softball team is now 10-0 in conference play after a road victory last night against Huntsville. Berryville jumped out early scoring in the first inning, but stretched the lead with 4 runs in the fourth and 3 in the fifth to take a 9-3 victory. The Lady Bobcats were led by senior Aspen Smith and juniors Taylor Kelley and Maleah Bryant as each had three hits and two RBI’s apiece. Berryville is now 15-4 overall and will host Gravette on Friday. The high school sports schedule for today includes;
Berryville girls and boys soccer will host Prairie Grove on Ronnie Clark Field
Berryville baseball will host Gravette at A.L. Carter Field.
Local basketball players were recently recognized by the state newspaper as Berryville Lady Bobcat Lexi Anderson was named the All Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette Division II Girls Player of the Year. Lexi Anderson a sophomore averaged 12.8 points, 6.4 rebounds and three steals per game for a 32-3 team that advanced to the Class 4A semifinals for the third straight season. Lexi scored a season-high 26 points in the 4A-North regional against Gravette. Making the second team recognition from Berryville is Hannah Morrell, a 6'1" Berryville Junior. Morrell averaged 10 points, 8 rebounds and 2 assists per game for a 32-win regional championship and state semi-finalist.
Making the All-NWADG Division II Boys Basketball Player of the Year is Garrett Matlock. Matlock is a 6-5 senior at Omaha and led the Eagles to a 37-4 record by averaging 21 points, 10.7 rebounds and 3.2 assists per game. He scored 2,028 career points and led the program to more than 90 wins over his three-year career.
Matlock was named to the all-state team three times. Drury College in Springield, Mo., has expressed interest in signing him along with Northark in Harrison and Lyon College. His father played college basketball at Northark.
Another Berryville player, Zach Webb was named to the First Team Player list. Webb is a 5'10" Junior and averaged 13 points and 3 rebounds per game for Bobcats. He was floor leader for the 24-9 team and shot 44% from the 3-point line.
It was a family affair at Bobcat Gym Tuesday afternoon when Jarrett Ray a 6’4” Berryville high school senior signed his national letter of intent/scholarship to play basketball at North Arkansas College in Harrison. Berryville Athletic Director and boy’s basketball Coach Brent Compton told KTHS that it’s been a long time since a Bobcat signed to play basketball at the next level. Ray averaged over fourteen points per game for the Bobcats with a 51.3% field goal shooting percentage and 43% from three point range. He also averaged nearly six rebounds and two assist while scoring over 470 points this season. The signing included comments from North Ark head basketball Coach Steve Hunter and Jarrett was surrounded by a huge gathering of family, friends, class mates, coaches, team mates, and media for the celebration, including his parents Russell and Stacie Ray and his grandfather long time resident Bob Ray. Congratulations and good luck to Jarrett Ray from KTHS.
Averaged 14.3 points per game
Field Goal 51.3%
3 Point %43
Free Throw 76.3%
Rebounds per game5.7
Total points this season 473
Total threes 74
Total two’s 90
The Green Forest varsity boy’s soccer team won Tuesday’s away conference game against Subiaco Academy. The Tigers were down 2 goals to one after the first half of play against the Trojans but, Green Forest ignited for three goals in the second half and took the victory 4-3. Green Forest is now 4-5-1 overall and 4-0 in conference play. The Berryville softball and baseball teams came up with a couple of conference wins at home against Bergman yesterday at A.L. Carter Fields. The Bobcats won 18-1 and the Lady Bobcats won 20-2. The only game on the schedule for today is a Berryville softball makeup game to be played at Huntsville at 4PM.
The Berryville baseball team won Monday’s home non-conference game against Yellville-Summit by a score of 7-2. Bobcat senior pitcher Austin Woods shut down Yellville early and Berryville scored four runs in the fourth inning and three in the fifth to take the 7-2 victory. The Bobcats are now 9-6 overall and 4-2 in conference play. The Berryville Lady Bobcat softball team won Monday's away conference game against rival school Green Forest by a score of 20-4. The Lady Bobcats are now 13-4 overall and 8-0 in conference and the Lady Tigers drop to 2-6 overall and 2-3 in conference play.
The high school spring sports schedule for today April 10th includes;
Berryville softball and baseball at Bergman
Green Forest softball will host Huntsville
Green Forest baseball will host Marshall
Green Forest boy’s soccer at Subiaco Academy
Berryville Junior high track at Harrison for the Junior Goblin Relays
Friday high school sports scores included a couple of much needed wins for the Berryville boys and girls soccer teams against Decatur. The Lady Bobcat soccer team jumped out early as they scored seven goals in the first quarter and went on to defeat Decatur 9-0. The Berryville boy’s soccer team turned in a similar victory and led 4-1 at half and took the victory 6-1. The Berryville baseball team scored early and often in a 21-1 victory over Marshall. The Berryville softball team lost a road game to Pea Ridge 12-2. The Green Forest softball team lost to Yellville-Summit on Friday 13-5 and the Green Forest baseball team lost to Greenland 20-5.
The high school spring sports schedule for today Monday April 9 includes;
Berryville softball @ Green Forest
Berryville baseball will host Yellville-Summit
Berryville girls and boys soccer will travel to Rogers High School
Green Forest boys soccer will host Subiaco Accademy