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Sports 3-13-20

Arkansas Activities Association has postponed the High School basketball championships in Hot Springs today and tomorrow until further notice and the AAA also announced that they will suspend all spring interscholastic competition starting Sunday March 15th until Monday March 30th and will reassess and announce further plans. The Blue Eye Missouri Lady Bulldog basketball team will play their Class 2 semifinal game today at 4:30 at JQH Arena in Springfield but only limited spectators will be allowed. And last night a few final games were completed including the Berryville soccer teams. The Lady Bobcats defeated Lincoln last night 4-2 on Ronnie Clark Field. The Berryville boys soccer team defeated Lincoln 8-0, senior Manny Tellez had four goals, Jesus Perez 2 goals, and Freddy Rogue and Hector Aguinaga 1 goal each. The Berryville Lady Bobcat softball team traveled to Fayetteville yesterday and held their own against the bigger school. Berryville trailed 2-1 after 3 innings, but Fayetteville scored four runs in the final innings to take a 9-1 victory. 


Sports 3-12-20

Today’s sports schedule includes the Berryville Bobcat girls and boys soccer teams hosting Lincoln today at Ronnie Clark Field and the Berryville Bobcat baseball team will travel to Fayetteville today for a non conference match up. The Arkansas high school basketball state final championship games begin today in Hot Springs and a couple of teams close to home will play on Friday. The Valley Springs Lady Tigers will play Mountain View Friday at 11:45AM for the 3A championship and the Farmington Lady Cardinals will play Star City Friday at 5:57PM for the 4A state championship. All classifications will play Thursday March 12 through Saturday the 14th at the Hot Springs Convention Center and the triple A stated in a earlier press release that all games will be hosted as scheduled. More information and a complete schedule of games can be seen on the Arkansas Activities Association website.


Sports 3-11-20

Berryville girls and boys soccer teams traveled to Gentry yesterday and came away with a couple of road conference wins. The Lady Bobcats defeated Gentry 6-1 and improve to 2-2 for the season. The Bobcat soccer team defeated Gentry 9-4 and remains undefeated at 4-0 for the season. The Berryville softball team traveled to Elkins yesterday for a nonconference matchup and came up short to the Lady Elks 8-1. And the Berryville baseball team fell to Elkins yesterday 10-4. The Bobcats are now 3-2 overall. 


Sports 3-10-20

Rain postponed high school baseball and softball games yesterday, but county bragging rights in soccer went on as scheduled. The Green Forest Lady Tigers came to Berryville and took a 3-1 victory over the Lady Bobcats last night. Both teams are now 1-2 on the season. The Berryville and Green Forest boys soccer teams are regarded as state contenders this year in their respective classifications and last night’s game proved both teams have the potential. The Bobcats took a 2 goal lead in the first half but the Tiger come back came up short as Berryville won 3-1. Berryville senior Manny Tellez scored 2 goals and freshman Juan Perez had one goal. Berryville improves to 3-0 on the season and Green Forest falls to 2-3. Today’s sports schedule includes;

Berryville soccer @ Gentry

Berryville baseball and softball @ Elkins

Green Forest baseball @ Greenland 


Sports 3-9-20

Friday and Saturday sports scores include;

Berryville baseball team came up short to Pea Ridge 7-6

Berryville softball team took on 6A schools this weekend; lost to Rogers 13-1, lost to Mountain Home 15-6, and lost to HarBer 17-6.

Green Forest Tiger soccer played in the Harrison tournament over the weekend; lost to Fayetteville 3-0, lost to Siloam Springs 3-0, and defeated Harrison 3-2.

Kohnnar Patton and Avery Arnold each scored 17 points to lead the Blue Eye Lady Bulldogs Friday night to its first final four berth in school history.

Blue Eye scoring included; Kyla Warren – 9, Riley Arnold – 7, Maddie Box – 6, Makayla Johnson – 4

Up next for the 27-4 Lady Bulldogs is a semifinal round matchup at Springfield’s JQH Arena on Friday, March 13 

Today’s sports schedule includes;

Berryville girls and boys soccer teams hosting Green Forest

Berryville baseball will host Lincoln

Green Forest softball will host Yellville-Summit

Check school facebook page for any weather cancellations  

    

Sports 3-6-20

Green Forest baseball team got their first victory of the season over Marshall last night 17-1

Green Forest softball lost to Greenland 13-5

Berryville softball defeated Springdale 16-8

Berryville baseball defeated Lead Hill 17-0

1A State basketball tournament hosted by Kerby High School in Pearcy Ar. First round results Includes;

Kingston boys lost to 70-51Bradley 

Kingston girls lost to Emerson 67-41

Jasper boys lost to Kirby 65-38

Today’s sports schedule includes;

Berryville Lady Bobcat softball will host Rogers at the Bobcat Sports Complex

Berryville baseball will travel to Pea Ridge for a non conference game 

Green Forest boys soccer will begin the Harrison tournament today against Fayetteville 

Green Forest girls soccer will travel to Prairie Grove   

   

Sports 3-5-20

State basketball tournament scores from last night include the Eureka Springs Lady Highlanders falling to Bigelow 53-41. The Lady Highlander’s season ends with an 18-15 overall record.

Pea Ridge Lady Blackhawks defeated Mena 39-25

Blue Eye Lady Bulldogs defeated College Heights Christian 46-40 and will advance to the quarterfinals against Republic Saturday March 7th@ 1P

Today’s spring sports schedule includes;

Green Forest senior high boys and girls soccer @ Springdale Har-Ber

Green Forest baseball @ Marshall

Green Forest softball will host Greenland

Berryville softball will host Springdale

Berryville baseball will host Lead Hill

State basketball tournaments continue today;

1A State tournament hosted by Kerby High School in Pearcy Ar. Includes;

Kingston boys against Bradley @ 2:30

Kingston girls against Emerson @ 4P

Jasper boys against Kirby @ 5:30 


Sports 3-4-20

Berryville Bobcat baseball team defeated Yellville-Summit last night 7-5, Berryville led 7-1 after five innings and Yellville drove in three runs in the bottom of the sixth as the Bobcats held on for the victory.

Marshall defeated Green Forest Lady Tiger softball team 9-6

Berryville senior high boys soccer team defeated Harrison 3-0

Berryville senior high girls soccer team lost to Harrison 4-0

State 1A Basketball tournament held in Pearcy Ar.

Alpena Lady Leopards defeated Ouachita 55-47

Today’s schedule includes;

State 2A Basketball tournament held in Quitman, Ar.

Eureka Springs Lady Highlanders against Bigelow at 4PM


Sports 3-3-20

The Berryville Bobcat baseball team got the season started on the right foot last night with a big win over Bergman at the Bobcat Sports Complex. Berryville led 6-2 after two innings and then exploded for 15 runs to take a 21-3 victory. Berryville will travel to Yellville-Summit today. The Berryville soccer teams hosted Eureka Springs to start the season last night and kept the winning trend, the Lady Bobcats defeated the Lady Highlanders 6-1 and the Bobcats defeated the Highlanders 9-0. Berryville soccer will travel to Harrison today. The Green Forest soccer teams opened the season on the road at Prairie Grove last night. The Prairie Grove senior high girls defeated the Lady Tigers 3-1 and the Green Forest senior high boys got a road win over Prairie Grove 3-0. The Green Forest softball and baseball teams will open the season today at Marshall.



Sports 3-2-20

4A North Regional championship games Saturday February 29th @ Bobcat Arena

Farmington girls over Harrison 63 to 52

The Lady Goblins controlled the lead early in the first quarter but Farmington cut the Harrison lead to 2 points when Makenna VanZant made a three point shot from half court at the buzzer. The teams were tied at 25 at halftime and VanZant got hot in the third as Farmington gained a ten point lead 51-41 with six minutes left. Harrison’s Marriah Hudson was fouled as she made a three point shot and the made free throw pulled the Lady Goblins to within two 51-49. But the Lady Cardinals held on with made free throws down the stretch. Hudson finished with 13 points for the Lady Goblins, Sydney Shrum 12, and Marion Groberg 10; MaKenna VanZant led Farmington with 22 points, Audrey Culpepper 12.

Ozark boys over Pottsville 44 to 38

Ozark led Pottsville 15-13 at half and the teams traded shots until they were tied at 34 at the end of regulation. Ozark’s Jaxon Harrison made two three’s early in overtime to push the Hillbillies ahead for good to take the championship. Harrison finished with 13 points and Corbin Pelts led Ozark with 17; Kade Mainhart led Pottsville with 14 points including four free throws in overtime.

Third place games

Pea Ridge girls over Ozark 51 to 27

Morrilton boys over Dardanele 52 to 42

2A Regional 3rd place Saturday February 29th @ Highlander Arena in Eureka Springs

Eureka Springs girls over Hector 62-41

1A Regional Championship Saturday February 29th @ Alpena High School

Alpena girls over Kingston 53 to 48

The New School boys over Jasper 52 to 50

1A Regional 3rd place

Kingston boys over County Line 53-49

Today’s sports schedule includes the Berryville Bobcat Baseball team playing their home opener against Bergman at the Bobcat Sports Complex beginning at 4:30PM.  



Sports 2-28-20

Bobcat Arena, Berryville Ar. 4A North Regional Basketball Tournament

Thursday February 27th results;

Harrison girls over Clarksville 41 to 28

Morrilton boys over Berryville 67 to 48

Bobcats led Morrilton 31-26 at halftime, but the Morrilton full court press caused havoc in the second half and Morrilton went on a 25-3 run and cruised to a 67-48 victory.  Kade Davidson led the Bobcats with 16 points, Landon Chester 12, and JD Smith 7.  Riley Wade had 29 points for Morrilton.  Congratulations to the Bobcats on a great year that included the 1-4A District tournament runner up trophy and congratulations to the Bobcat seniors Scotland Lucas, Kelton Davidson, Chris Lehr, Austin Franklin, and Trenton Hutchison.Bobcat’s season ends with a 19-12 record and a runner up district tournament trophy 

Pea Ridge girls over Morrilton 43 to 37

Pottsville boys over Prairie Grove 40 to 36

Other scores of interest include;

2A West Regional tournament at Eureka Springs High School in Highlander Arena

Eureka Springs Lady Highlanders over Mountainburg 39-38, win advances them to the semifinals tonight and qualifies them for the State tournament next week.

1A Regional Tournament at Alpena High School 

Kingston boys over Scranton 62-44

Kingston girls over Scranton 48-40

Jasper boys over Future School of Ft. Smith 79-76

Today’s semifinals schedule February 28th

4p Harrison girls/Ozark 

5:30 Ozark boys/Morrilton 

7p Farmington girls/Pea Ridge 

8:30p Pottsville girls/Dardanelle


Sports 2-27-20 

ARKANSAS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL PLAYOFFS BEGIN THIS WEEK AND CARROLL COUNTY IS THE SITE OF THREE DIFFERENT REGIONAL BASKETBALL TOURNAMENTS. BERRYVILLE HIGH SCHOOL WILL BE THE SITE FOR THE 4A NORTH REGIONAL BOYS AND GILRS BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT IN BOBCAT ARENA. EUREKA SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL IS THE SITE FOR THE 2A REGIONAL TOURNAMENT AND ALPENA HIGH SCHOOL WILL HOST THE 1A REGIONAL BOYS AND GIRS TOURNAMENT. GAMES ARE SCHEDULED AT EACH VENUE BEGINNING WEDNESDAY WITH GAMES CONTINUING EACH NIGHT THROUHG SATURDAY. WINNING TEAMS WILL QUALIFY FOR STATE TOURNAMENTS AT VARIOUS SITES NEXT WEEK. GOOD LUCK TO ALL AREA BASKETBALL TEAMS IN POST SEASON PLAY. GAME TIMES AND BRACKETS CAN BE SEEN AT KTHSRADIO.COM 

Results from Wednesday February 26th 4A North Regional Basketball, Bobcat Arena Berryville Ar

4P Ozark girls over Gravette 42-37

The Lady Hillbillies trailed the Lady Lions at the end of the first quarter 7-6 but Ozark led the rest of the way for the five point victory. Mary Grace Ree led Ozark with 9 points; Shylee Morrison had 13 points for Gravette

5:30P Ozark boys over Shiloh Christian 59-40

The Hillbillies raced out to a 20-6 first quarter lead and the Saints never recovered as Ozark advances with a 19 point victory. Garret Schaffer led Ozark with 17 points; Eli Wilson 12 points for Shiloh

7P Farmington girls over Pottsville 66-49

The Lady Cardinals took control early and cruised to a 17 point victory. Tori Kersey had 18 points and MaKenna VanZant had 15 points for Farmington; Shannon Lasey 21 for Pottsville

8:30P Dardanelle over Pea Ridge 33-30

The Blackhawks and Sand lizards were tied at halftime and Dardanelle edged out number one seed Pea Ridge for the upset. Marteez Jackson had 14 points for Dardanelle; Hunter Rains 11 points for Pea Ridge

Results from Wednesday February 26th 1A Regional Basketball tournament at Alpena High School 

Alpena Lady Leopards over St. Paul 66-32

County Line over Alpena Leopards 60-52

Today’s schedule;

Thursday February 27th 4A North Regional Basketball, Bobcat Arena Berryville Ar

4P Harrison girls/Clarksville

5:30P Berryville boys/Morrilton

7P Morrilton girls/ Pea Ridge

8:30P Pottsville boys/Prairie Grove

2A West Regional tournament at Eureka Springs High School in Highlander Arena

4P Eureka Springs Lady Highlanders against Mountainburg

1A Regional Tournament at Alpena High School today Thursday 2-27-20

5:30P Kingston boys against Scranton

7P Kingston girls against Scranton

8:30P Jasper boys against Future School of Ft. Smith  


Sports 2-26-20

ARKANSAS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL PLAYOFFS BEGIN THIS WEEK AND CARROLL COUNTY IS THE SITE OF THREE DIFFERENT REGIONAL BASKETBALL TOURNAMENTS. BERRYVILLE HIGH SCHOOL WILL BE THE SITE FOR THE 4A NORTH REGIONAL BOYS AND GILRS BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT IN BOBCAT ARENA. EUREKA SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL IS THE SITE FOR THE 2A REGIONAL TOURNAMENT AND ALPENA HIGH SCHOOL WILL HOST THE 1A REGIONAL BOYS AND GIRS TOURNAMENT. GAMES ARE SCHEDULED AT EACH VENUE BEGINNING WEDNESDAY WITH GAMES CONTINUING EACH NIGHT THROUHG SATURDAY. WINNING TEAMS WILL QUALIFY FOR STATE TOURNAMENTS AT VARIOUS SITES NEXT WEEK. GOOD LUCK TO ALL AREA BASKETBALL TEAMS IN POST SEASON PLAY. GAME TIMES AND BRACKETS CAN BE SEEN AT KTHSRADIO.COM

Wednesday February 26th 4A North Regional Basketball, Bobcat Arena Berryville Ar.

4P Ozark girls/ Gravette

5:30P Ozark boys/Shiloh Christian

7P Farmington girls/Pottsville

8:30P Pea Ridge boys/Dardanelle

The Berryville senior high boys will play Morrilton Thursday February 27th at 5:30P  


Sports 2-25-20

High School basketball fans are in for a real treat as area teams host regional basketball tournaments this week. Berryville high school is the site of the 4A North Regional in Bobcat Arena and Berryville is scheduled to play Morrilton this Thursday February 27th at 5:30. Girls and Boys brackets can be seen at kthsradio.com sports page. Eureka Springs high school is the site of the 2A West Regional basketball tournament and the Lady Highlanders are set to play against Mountainburg Thursday at 4PM. And Alpena High School is the site of the 1A boys and girls regional tournament with a full slate of local teams competing. Alpena girls will play St. Paul this Wednesday at 4P, Alpena boys play County Line Wednesday at 8:30PM. Jasper girls play County Line Thursday at 4P, Kingston boys play Scranton Thursday at 5:30, Kingston girls play Scranton Thursday at 7PM, and Jasper boys play Future School of Fort Smith Thursday night at 8:30. All brackets can be seen on the Arkansas Activities Association’s website. Good luck to all of our area teams in post season play, and basketball fans get out and support your team!


Sports 2-24-20

THE BERRYVILLE BOBCAT WRESTLING TEAM CLAIMED THE 4A STATE RUNNER UP TROPHY THIS PAST SATURDAY IN LITTLE ROCK. THE BOBCATS HAD 9 WRESTLERS MEDAL AND INCLUDED THREE STATE CHAMPIONS. THIS IS THE SECOND YEAR IN A ROW THE BOBCATS HAVE BROUGHT HOME A STATE RUNNER UP BANNER. Bobcat Individual wrestling Results include; Caleb Record State Champion at 113 pounds, Record pinned Colin Hornaday from Maumelle in (:36), Brett Parson State Champion at 152 pounds in sudden victory over Zachery Lutz from Valley View, Colton Record State Champion at 285 pounds with a pin over Cole Littrell from Valley View in (1:35) , Dominic Alvarado State Runner-up at 106 pounds, Dominic Henry State Runner-up at 120 pounds, Dylan Sperduto fourth place at 126 pounds, Carlos Escobar third place at 160 pounds. Congratulations to the Berryville Bobcat Wrestling team on a great season. THE BERRYVILLE BOBCAT BASKETBALL TEAM LOST TO PEA RIDGE 68-56 IN THE DISTRICT TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONSHIP SATURDAY NIGHT. THE BOBCATS WILL BE THE NUMBER TWO SEED IN THE 4A NORTH REGIONAL TOURNAMENT THIS WEEK IN BOBCAT ARENA. BERRYVILLE WILL PLAY MORRILTON THURSDAY FEBRUARY 27TH AT 5:30PM. Again Congratulations TO THE BOBCAT WRESTLING TEAM AND GOOD LUCK TO THE BOBCAT BASKETBALL TEAM.  

  

Sports 2-21-20

The Berryville senior high boy’s basketball team made it three in a row last night with a big win over Shiloh Christian in the semifinals of the 4A-1 District tournament held in Prairie Grove. The Bobcats opened tournament play on Tuesday with a win over Gravette 44-28, Wednesday night they defeated Farmington 52-35, and last night they defeated the Shiloh Christian Saints 64-46. Shiloh had defeated Berryville twice in the regular season but Berryville Coach Brent Compton has said all year long that the Bobcats are capable of making a run and now they have made a run to the Championship game that will be played against number one seed Pea Ridge, who defeated Prairie Grove 40-28 last night. The Bobcats trailed Shiloh 11-14 after the first quarter but Landon Chester and Trenton Hutchinson combined for 11 three point baskets in the game and outscored the Saints for a 18 point victory. Chester finished with 23 points, Hutch had 17, Weston Teague 7, Kade Davidson 6, Scotland Lucas 4, Chris Lehr 3, JD Smith and Austin Franklin 2 each. Berryville improves to 19-10 overall and will be either a one seed or a two seed in the 4A North Regional Basketball tournament at Bobcat Arena February 26-29th. Andy Dean the voice of the Bobcats will call the District Championship game between the Bobcats and Pea Ridge Saturday evening at 7PM on 107.1 KTHS. On the senior high girl’s side, the Harrison Lady Goblins defeated Gravette 42-26 and Farmington girls defeated Pea Ridge 51-39. The girl’s District Championship game between Harrison and Farmington will begin Saturday evening at 5:30. And finally, good luck to the Berryville Bobcat Wrestling team at the state tournament today in Little Rock, a schedule of events can be found at kthsradio.com sports page.    


Sports 2-20-20

The Berryville senior high boys basketball team punched their ticket to the Regional Tournament next week in Bobcat Arena with a big win over Farmington 52-35 last night in the 4A-1 District Tournament held in Prairie Grove. The Bobcats lost to Farmington last month by fifteen points and that made the victory that much sweeter. Berryville and Farmington were tied at halftime yesterday but a big second half and probably the best defense of the season held the Cardinals to twelve points in the second half and gave Berryville a 17 point victory. Andy Dean will continue to call the Bobcat action tonight at 8:30 on KTHS 107.1FM as Berryville will face Shiloh Christian for a chance to play in the championship game on Saturday.The Berryville Lady Bobcats came up short to Pea Ridge in overtime yesterday in the 4A-1 District tournament and their season comes to an end. Pea Ridge made six three point baskets in the first ten minutes of the game but Berryville’s Lilli Compton and Kelsey Smith combined for 9 three point baskets to keep the Lady Bobcats within striking distance. A Lexy Anderson steal and assist to Faith Kelley tied the game at 45 -45 at the end of regulation. Anderson missed driving to the basket in the final seconds as Pea Ridge holds on for a 52-51 victory. Senior Kelsey Smith had a career game with 18 points, Lilli Compton 12, Lexy Anderson 9, Jordan Estepp 7, and Faith Kelley 5. Berryville finishes with a 19-8 overall record.  Congratulations to Coach Daniel Cornelison and the Lady Bobcats on a hard fought season. The Berryville Bobcat Wrestling team claimed the conference championship last week and is heading to the state tournament today in Little Rock. The Bobcats brought home a state runner up banner last year and have high hopes again this year. Fans are encouraged to show your support at the Berryville square at approximately 11am this morning as they will be heading to Little Rock. Good luck to the Berryville Bobcat Wrestling team.

   

  

 Sports 2-19-20

The Berryville Bobcat basketball team opened play last night in the 4A-1 District tournament in Prairie Grove. The Bobcats faced the Gravette Lions in a win or go home game and Berryville was up to the task. The Bobcats led 20 to 12 at halftime and took control of the game late in the second half when senior Trenton Hutchinson made back to back three’s and gave Berryville its biggest lead of the night 37to 23. Berryville would go on to win by a score of 44-28; Kade Davidson and Landon Chester led the Bobcats with 10 points each, Scotland Lucas 8, Trenton Hutchinson 6, Weston Teague 4, Leo Portolan and Kelton Davidson 3 each. Berryville will advance to the quarter finals tonight at 8:30 against Farmington and that game can be heard right here on 107.1 KTHS. Prairie Grove senior high boys defeated Harrison last night 54-48; the Tigers will face Huntsville tonight at 5:30 in the other senior high boy’s quarter final game. The Berryville Lady Bobcats earned a first round bye and will play Pea Ridge today at 4PM. Pea Ridge senior high girls defeated Prairie Grove last night 45-39 to advance to play Berryville today. Huntsville senior high girls defeated Gentry 52-39 last night and will face Gravette today at 7PM in the other senior high girls quarter final. Andy Dean will be courtside today as he will call the Lady Bobcats against Pea Ridge at 4PM and the Bobcats will face Farmington at 8:30 in the night cap game. Good luck to the Bobcats and Lady Bobcats!


Sports 2-18-20

The basketball season came to an end for our Green Forest Tigers and Lady Tigers in the first round of the 3A-1 District tournament held in Bergman last night. The Green Forest senior high girls have struggled to get points this season and number two seed Rose Bud defeated the Lady Tigers 57-21. The Green Forest senior high boy’s team has improved over the course of the season and carried some momentum going into their first round game against number two seed Clinton. The Tigers trailed 24-19 at halftime, but the Yellow jackets took over in the second half winning 60-37. Congratulations to the Green Forest Tigers and Lady Tigers on a hard fought season. Tonight the Berryville senior high boys basketball team will travel to Prairie Grove to play a first round game in the 4A-1 district tournament against Gravette. The Bobcats defeated Gravette in January by a score of 54-30 and a win tonight would advance Berryville to a second round game against Farmington tomorrow night at 8:30. The Berryville senior high girls will play Wednesday at 4PM. If you can’t make it to Prairie Grove, Andy Dean will make the call from the 4A-1 District tournament on KTHS 107.1FM. 



Sports 2-17-20

Post season high school basketball playoffs start today for the Green Forest Tigers and Lady Tigers. The first round of the 3A-1 district basketball tournament starts today in Bergman and includes the Green Forest senior high girls against Rosebud beginning at 4:30PM and the Green Forest senior high boys will play Clinton at 6PM. Andy Dean, the voice of the Tigers, will be courtside to call the action on KTHS 107.1FM. The Tigers nearly upset Eureka Springs on Friday night, but the Highlanders came back from a double digit deficit to take a 43-40 victory. The Eureka Springs Lady Highlanders defeated Green Forest 49-19. Other Friday night high school basketball scores include the Berryville Lady Bobcats over Huntsville 47-39. Lilli Compton led Berryville with 14 points in the victory and Josie Sisk led Huntsville with 15. The Berryville senior high boys lost a close one to Huntsville 53-51, Weston Teague and Kade Davidson had 13 each and JD Smith had 12 in the loss. Hunter Davidson had 17 for the Eagles.

Pea Ridge boys over Gravette 43-38

Farmington boys over Harrison 54-44

Prairie Grove boys over Gentry 37-33

Farmington girls over Harrison 74-60

Gentry’ girls over Prairie Grove 47-37

Pea Ridge girls over Gravette 59-42


  Sports 2-14-20

The Berryville Bobcat junior high basketball team claimed more hardware last night as they took the 4A-1 District tournament championship over Farmington 55-47 last night in Bobcat Arena. it was only a week earlier that Berryville defeated Farmington by 2 points in overtime for the Conference regular season championship. Berryville raced out to an 8 to 0 lead to start the game but Farmington held a 13 to 12 advantage after the first quarter. The lead went back and forth throughout the game and the Bobcats built a double digit lead in the second half but the Cardinals  kept it close until Berryville sealed the victory thanks to freshman Jake Wilson making 9 of 10 free throws down the stretch. Wilson led Berryville with 24 points in the victory; Nate Allen had 10, DJ Colbert 9, Jack Dignan 7, Chet Hudgens 4, and Lucas Pierce 1. Berryville finishes the season 19-4 overall, 10-1 in conference play and take the Conference championship and the District tournament championship trophies. According to Coach Cody Curtis, his team went undefeated at home for two years straight. Congratulations to Coach Curtis and the junior high Bobcats on an outstanding season. The last regular season senior high basketball games will be played tonight and include the Green Forest Tigers hosting Eureka Springs in Fred Grim Gym. Andy Dean, the voice of the Tigers will be courtside tonight to make the call on KTHS 107.1FM beginning with the senior high girls at 5PM followed by the senior high boys. Other games include;

Berryville @ Huntsville

Farmington @ Harrison

Kingston @ Omaha

Prairie Grove @ Gentry

Pea Ridge @ Gravette

And be sure and keep up to date next week as Berryville and Green Forest begin post season play. The Tigers will play first round games on Monday and Berryville begins play on Tuesday and all games can be heard on KTHS.


Sports 2-13-20

The rematch is set! The Berryville Bobcat junior high boy’s basketball team looks to take more hardware home tonight in Bobcat Arena as they play for the 4A-1 conference tournament title against Farmington. Number one seed Berryville defeated Farmington last week by two points in overtime to claim the conference regular season trophy and Coach Cody Curtis and the junior Bobcats have set their sights on winning the conference tournament title tonight. Berryville defeated Harrison 56-38 Monday in the semifinals and Farmington defeated Huntsville 42-39 in overtime in their semifinal game. Coach Curtis invites all Bobcat fans to Bobcat Arena tonight at 6:45 for the championship game. Come early for the junior high girls conference tournament championship game between Farmington and Gentry beginning at 5:30 also in Bobcat Arena.


Sports 2-12-20

This is the last week of the regular season for area senior high basketball teams as post season will begin next week. The Berryville Lady Bobcats took a break from conference play and traveled to Clarksville last night and built some confidence with a 41-34 victory over the Lady Panthers. Lilli Compton and Jordon Estepp led the Lady Bobcats with 13 points each, Hannah Youngblood 8, Lexy Anderson 5, and Kelsey Smith 2. Berryville improves to 18-7 overall and 6-4 in conference play. Their last game of the regular season will be on the road at Huntsville on Friday night. Other senior high girl’s scores from last night include;

Viola over Green Forest Lady Tiger 72-24

Kingston over Lead Hill 53-37

Pea Ridge over Huntsville 46-28

Harrison over Shiloh Christian 61-24

Farmington over Gentry 58-25

Senior High boys results include;

Viola over Green Forest 73-46

Kingston over Lead Hill 75-65

Haas Hall Academy over Eureka Springs41-18

Pea Ridge over Huntsville 50-30

Farmington over Gentry 56-32

Shiloh Christian over Harrison 67-47  


Sports 2-11-20

The Berryville Bobcat junior high boy’s basketball team continued their winning ways against Harrison in the semifinals of the 4A-1 conference tournament last night in Bobcat Arena. Berryville pulled away in the second half for a 56-38 victory and will play in the Junior High District Championship game for the third year in a row. Jake Wilson led the junior high Bobcats with 24 points, DJ Colbert and Jack Dignon had 10 each, Chet Hudgins 8, and Nate Allen 4. Berryville will face Farmington in the Finals thanks to Cardinal freshman Sam Wells as he hit a three point basket from half court with three seconds left in regulation against Huntsville to extend the game to overtime. Farmington took control in overtime to seal the 42-39 victory and will face Berryville on Thursday night in Bobcat Arena at 6:45 in the title game. This will be a rematch of last Monday’s game between the junior high Bobcats and Cardinals when Berryville defeated Farmington in overtime for the regular season conference championship. Congratulations and good luck to Coach Cody Curtis and the Bobcats. Today’s senior high basketball schedule includes;

Green Forest @ Viola games include senior high girls beginning at 5PM followed by the senior high boys

Berryville senior high boys will travel to Clarksville tonight

Eureka Springs @ Haas Hall Academy

Huntsville @ Pea Ridge

Harrison @ Shiloh Christian

Gentry @ Farmington

Gravette @ Prairie Grove  

  


Sports 2-10-20 Afternoon

The 4A-1 conference junior high girls and boys basketball tournament continues tonight in Bobcat Arena. The Berryville junior high boys defeated Shiloh Christian Saturday in the quarter finals by a score of 55-28, Jake Wilson led the Bobcats in scoring with 23 points and Nate Allen had 11 in the victory. The junior high Bobcats will play Harrison at 5:15 today, the Goblins defeated Pea Ridge for their spot in the semifinals. The other boy’s semifinal game will be between Farmington and Huntsville beginning at 7:45. The Berryville junior high Lady Bobcats basketball season ended Saturday in the quarter finals against Gentry. Gentry will play Harrison in the semifinals today at 6:30 and the Farmington junior high girls will play Prairie Grove in the first game of the day at 4PM. Championship games are scheduled for Thursday in Bobcat Arena. Good luck to Coach Cody Curtis and the junior high Bobcats tonight against Harrison.


Sports 2-10-20

The Berryville senior high Lady Bobcat basketball team got a fast start Friday night against Shiloh Christian in Bobcat Arena. Berryville raced to a 31-6 halftime lead and cruised to a 48-25 victory and improve to 6-4 in conference play and 17-7 overall. The Lady Bobcats are second in the East 4A-1 standings with one regular season game to play. The Berryville senior high boys stayed close to Shiloh Christian in the first quarter but fell behind by sixteen points at half and never recovered as the Saints claimed the conference victory 73-46. Berryville falls to 4-6 in conference play and 16-9 overall. Other scores from Friday night include;

Senior high girl’s scores

Harrison over Huntsville 58-45

Pea Ridge over Prairie Grove 41-37

Cotter over Eureka Springs 56-54

Kingston over Mount Judea 55-11

Senior high boy’s scores

Huntsville over Harrison 47-44

Pea Ridge over Prairie Grove 62-46

Cotter Eureka Springs 43-38

Clinton over Green Forest 56-35

Kingston over Mount Judea 73-29  


Sports 2-7-20

The High School Basketball season is heading down the home stretch and the Berryville Bobcats will play their final home game of the season tonight against Shiloh Christian in Bobcat Arena. According to Athletic Director Brent Compton the order of events will include a two quarter JV boys game beginning at 5PM, senior recognition will start at 5:30, the senior high Lady Bobcats will tipoff at 6PM followed by the senior high boys game. If you can’t make it to the game, tune in to 107.1 KTHS as Josiah Price will call the Bobcat baskeball action beginning with the Lady Bobcats at 6PM. The Green Forest senior high boys basketball team looks to win their second conference game in a row tonight against Clinton in Fred Grim Gym. Other games on the schedule tonight include;

Harrison @ Huntsville

Prairie Grove @ Pea Ridge

Farmington @ Gravette

Eureka Springs @ Cotter

Kingston @ Mount Judea

Alpena @ Northwest Arkansas Classical Academy

Saturday the Berryville Bobcat Wrestling team will travel to Russellville for a dual meet and the Berryville junior high basketball tournament will continue in Bobcat Arena Saturday morning as the number one seed Bobcats will play a first round game at 11:15, the Berryville junior high Lady Bobcats will play at 12:30 against Gentry. The Green Forest junior high conference tournament will begin on Saturday in Marshall and the junior high Lady Tigers are scheduled to play Clinton at 11am.  



Sports 2-6-20

Berryville Coach Cody Curtis and his Bobcat junior high basketball team claimed the regular season conference championship earlier this week with a buzzer beater win over Farmington and received the number one seed in the conference tournament which starts today in Bobcat Arena. Tonight’s first round game between number eight seed Shiloh Christian and number nine seed Gravette begins at 6:15. Berryville will play the winner of that game on Saturday at 11:15am.The number eight seed Pea Ridge junior high girls will face number nine seed Shiloh Christian at 5pm. Junior high girls Coach Aaron Hall and the number seven seed Lady Bobcats will play number two seed Gentry Saturday at 12:30. Semifinal games are scheduled for Monday February 10th and the finals will be played Thursday February 13thwith all games at Bobcat Arena, brackets can be seen at kthsradio.com sports page. The Green Forest boys and girls junior high basketball conference tournament is scheduled to begin this Saturday in Marshall. KTHS will share the brackets when they become available.  



Sports 2-5-20

The Berryville senior high boys basketball team got their second straight conference win last night in Harrison against the Goblins. The Bobcats held a 27-22 halftime lead and senior Scotland Lucas went 12 of 14 from the free throw line with 10 of them coming in the fourth quarter that helped seal a 64-52 victory. Lucas finished with 20 points on the night; Kade Davidson had 15, and Landon Chester 12. Berryville improves to 16-8 overall and 4-5 in conference play. The Berryville senior high girls held a one point lead late in the third quarter but fourth quarter turnovers led to a Harrison victory by a score of 64-52. The Lady Bobcats fall to 16-7overall and 5-4 in conference. Other scores from last night include;

Bergman girls over Green Forest 66-27

Eureka Springs girls over Yellville-Summit 62-21

Farmington girls over Pea Ridge 67-56

Gravette girls over Gentry 58-52

Prairie Grove girls over Shiloh Christian 52-43

Bergman boys over Green Forest 76-53

Yellville-Summit over Eureka Springs 66-42

Huntsville boys over Providence Academy 66-36

Prairie Grove boys over Shiloh Christian 55-41

Pea Ridge boys over Farmington 53-51  



Sports 2-4-20

The one loss Berryville junior high boys basketball team hosted the undefeated Farmington Cardinals last night in Bobcat Arena and the winner would take home the regular season conference championship. The junior high teams played to a 31 all tie with 2.3 seconds left when Berryville Coach Cody Curtis called time out to set up the final play. The Bobcats executed the play to perfection as freshman Jake Wilson got a good look and knocked down the basket for a 33-31 win and the Bobcats take the regular season conference championship. Berryville ends the regular season with a 7-1 conference record and 16-4 overall. The junior high Bobcats will host the 1-4A North District tournament in Bobcat Arena beginning Thursday February 6th. Berryville will be the number one seed and advance to a semifinal game on Saturday at 11:15am. Congratulations to Coach Curtis and the junior high Bobcat basketball team. Bobcat youth wrestlers had some outstanding results last Saturday in state competition and included; Chris Noel 2nd place, Zydon Ballard 2nd, Hendrix Phillips 3rd, Chris Robinette 3rd, and Cade Decker 3rd place. The Tuesday night basketball schedule includes a big conference game on the road against Harrison tonight. Josiah Price will be courtside and will call the action on 107.1 KTHS beginning with the senior high girl’s game at approximately 6PM followed by the senior high boys. Green Forest will travel to Bergman tonight and Eureka Springs will host Yellville-Summit.    

  


Sports 2-3-20

The Berryville senior high boys basketball team got a much needed conference win over Gravette Friday night 54-30 in Bobcat Arena. The Bobcats built a 23-12 halftime lead and outscored the Lions in the second half for the 14 point win. Landon Chester led Berryville with 15 points and they improve to 15-8 overall and 3-5 in conference play. Other Friday night senior high boys scores include;

Green Forest got a big win over Rosebud 55-49

Shiloh Christian over Huntsville 47-40

Pea Ridge over Gentry 59-35

Farmington over Prairie Grove 52-39

Flippin over Eureka Springs60-22

The Berryville Lady Bobcats hoped to break a tie for third place in the 1-4A conference standings against Gravette Friday night. Berryville trailed 28-27 at halftime but the Lady Lions outscored Berryville for a 62-47 win. Senior Lexy Anderson led Berryville with 18 points in the loss as they fall to 16-6 overall and 5-3 in conference play. Berryville will travel to Harrison on Tuesday. Other senior high girls games from Friday include;

Huntsville over Shiloh Christian 42-33

Eureka Springs over Flippin 37-35

Pea Ridge over Gentry 38-32

Farmington over Prairie Grove 64-34

Rosebud over Green Forest 49-15

The Berryville junior high boys basketball team picked up a big win over Gravette 62-41 Friday night and improve to 15-4 overall and 6-1 in conference play. The Bobcats will host Farmington tonight in Bobcat Arena and the regular season conference championship is on the line as the Conference tournament is scheduled to start this Thursday in Bobcat Arena. Green Forest junior high basketball will travel to Greenland tonight.