The Green Forest Tigers Volleyball team took on West Fork last night in West Fork, the lady tigers fell behind early losing the first set 20 -25. The West Fork ladies bounced back and took the next two sets, 20 – 25 and 13 -25. The Lady Tigers ended up losing the match 3-1. The Green Forest Lady Tigers will travel to Marshal tonight. Games begin at 4:30 with Jr high, JV and Varsity games.
Looking at the rest of the sports schedule today, the Berryville Volleyball teams will travel to Farmington today with games getting under way at 4:00pm.
The Berryville Golf team will play in the 1-4A District Golf Tournament today at The Creeks Country Club in Cave Springs and Green Forest will play in the 1-3A District Tournament at the Harrison Country Club.
The Green Forest Tigers hosted the West Fork Tigers at Bill Gotto Field Friday night looking for their first win of the season. West Fork scored first and took a 6-0 lead after a failed extra point, but Green Forest would answer with a long drive and began the second quarter facing a fourth and goal when sophomore quarterback Reiley Gordon punched in a one yard touchdown quarterback sneak and the point after made it a 7-6 Green Forest lead. Green Forest would add a field goal and take a 10-6 lead before West Fork scored their second TD before half and took a 12-10 halftime lead. The two teams would exchange touchdowns early in the second half in a span of two minutes and West Fork retained an 18-16 lead. Green Forest would add another touchdown when senior running back Jordon Zepeda scored from 4 yards out after a big 45 yard run the play before and the PAT gave Green Forest a 31-24 advantage. West Fork would score once more on a third and long and connected for a 66 yard touchdown pass but the two point conversion failed and Green Forest held a 31-30 lead. West Fork would get the ball back for one final drive moving the ball to the Green Forest 35 yard line when senior Carter Boggs jumped on a West Fork fumble and the Tigers would run the clock out to seal the thrilling victory 31-30. Boggs had a big defensive game with 2 sacks and 2 tackles for a loss and the big fumble recovery unofficially. Reiley Gordon had 2 rushing touchdowns and Jordon Zepeda had well over 100 yards rushing. Green Forest is now 1-2 on the season and will travel to Prairie Grove on Friday. The Berryville Bobcats hosted the Yellville-Summit Panthers at the new Ronnie Clark field Friday night. Both teams were hoping to improve to 2-1 on the season. Berryville would score first on a Tristan Updegraff 26 yard touchdown run. Senior Cooper Logan would add a one yard and sixteen yard TD back to back and the Bobcats held a 21-0 halftime lead. Updegraff would score his second TD on the night with a 39 yard run and take a 28-0 lead late in the third quarter. The Bobcats weren’t done when fullback Brett Parsons scored from 34 yards out and backup quarterback J. D. Smith came in to seal the victory when he scored his first high school Bobcat touchdown on a 30 yard run option read on fourth and ten. Your final score Berryville 42 Yellville-Summit 0. Cooper Logan and Bret Parsons both had over 100 yards rushing in the shutout victory. Berryville will travel to Springdale Friday when they play Shiloh Christian. Other Friday night high school football scores of interest include;
Elkins over Huntsville 38-20
Pea Ridge over Farmington 42-0
Lincoln over Subiaco Academy 48-20
Prairie Grove over Pottsville 19-0
Jay Oklahoma over Gravette 27-3
Cassville Missouri over Seneca 62-27
Today’s high school sports schedule for Monday September 17th includes;
Berryville @ Green Forest for a junior high football jamboree, and Green Forest Lady Tiger volleyball teams @ West Fork
Thursday night junior high football scores included a big win for Green Forest as the junior high Tigers defeated West Fork 42-14, the seventh grade lost to West Fork in a close one 12-6. The Berryville junior high traveled to Harrison last night and the Goblins defeated the junior high Bobcats 35-0 and the seventh grade lost 34-18. The Green Forest Lady Tiger senior high volleyball team lost last night’s home conference match up against Perryville 3-2, the set score battle included the Tigers taking the second and fourth set 27-25 and 25-21, but the Mustangs took the fifth and deciding set 19-17. The Berryville Lady Bobcat senior high volleyball team lost Thursday’s home conference match against the Shiloh Christian Lady Saints in straight sets 25-22, 25-13, and 25-21. And the Berryville boy’s golf team finished third yesterday in their last eighteen hole regular season match at the Carroll County Country Club behind first place Gravette and Pea Ridge. The Bobcats were led by Rusty Colbert 98, Brandon Robinson 103, and Jace Walker 110. Green Forest Tiger Alex Kilbourne posted a 115. Berryville Lady Bobcat McKayla Hussey a senior this year had the best score of the day with an 81 and took medalist honors in her last home match. The season will conclude next Tuesday as Berryville will play in the 1-4A district golf tournament at The Creeks Country Club in Cave Springs and Green Forest will play in the 1-3A district tournament at the Harrison Country Club. And it is finally Friday high school football night on KTHS as the Berryville Bobcats will host Yellville-Summit in the newly named Ronnie Clark Field. Kevin K. Smith, the voice of the Bobcats will call the game on 107.1FM and Josiah Price will call Green Forest Tiger football action on 96.9FM The Legend as they take on the West Fork Tigers on Bill Gotto Field in Green Forest. The Berryville Public Schools is pleased to announce that dedication ceremonies are planned for Friday night at 6:30PM at the new Bobcat football stadium before the Bobcats take on the Yellville Panthers. The public is invited to help celebrate and honor coaching legends Ronnie Clark and Jack Edens as the administration and school officials rename the new facilities Ronnie Clark Field and Jack Edens Track. Come out and show your Bobcat pride on this historic night and stay to cheer on the Bobcats to victory as a new era in Bobcat athletics begins.
The Berryville Public Schools is pleased to announce that dedication ceremonies are planned for Friday night at 6:30PM at the new Bobcat football stadium before the Bobcats take on the Yellville Panthers. The public is invited to help celebrate and honor coaching legends Ronnie Clark and Jack Edens as the administration and school officials rename the new facilities Ronnie Clark Field and Jack Edens Track. Come out and show your Bobcat pride on this historic night and stay to cheer on the Bobcats to victory as a new era in Bobcat athletics begins. The high school sports schedule for today Thursday, September 13th includes;
Green Forest junior high and seventh grade football teams travel to West Fork
Berryville junior high and seventh grade football teams travel to Harrison
Green Forest Lady Tiger volleyball teams will host Perryville in Fred Grim Gym
Berryville Lady Bobcat volleyball teams will host Shiloh Christian in Bobcat Gym
Berryville and Green Forest golf teams have their final home match of the season at the Carroll County Country Club in Berryville
The new triple A conference alignment had the Berryville Lady Bobcat volleyball team matched up against the Harrison Lady Goblins last night in Bobcat gym. Harrison has been a power house in 5A volleyball for the last several years and last night they looked to continue that trend and they did winning in straight sets against Berryville 25-14, 25-14, and 25-19. The Lady Bobcats are now 3-2 overall and 2-1 in conference play. Next up for Berryville will be Shiloh Christian in Bobcat gym on Thursday. The Green Forest Lady Tiger volleyball team hosted Clinton last night in Fred Grim Gym. The games were close throughout the match but Green Forest came up short as Clinton took the first two sets 25-19 and 25-17. The Lady Tigers took the third 25-21, but the Lady Yellow jackets took the fourth set 25-21 and won the match 3-1. The Lady Tigers are now 5-4 overall and 3-2 in conference play. Green Forest will host Perryville on Thursday night.
Our local high school cross country teams ran in the Elkins Invitational on Saturday and included some outstanding results. The Green Forest senior high boys took top honors in the 1A-3A classification as they continue the legacy of Tiger cross country. Green Forest senior Lexington Hilton took top individual honors with a time of 16 minutes and 42 seconds, teammate Jake Lopez placed 5th. The Green Forest senior high girls posted a team third place in the 1A-3A classification behind Providence Classical Christian Academy and West Fork. Green Forest senior Karina Maravillas ran the course in 20 minutes and 23 seconds which was good enough for 1st place and teammate Jennifer Martinez placed in the top ten with 8th place. The Berryville senior high girls finished 4th in the 4A-5A classification and Lady Bobcat Cecilia Doss finished in the 7th place with a time of 22 minutes and 35 seconds, only thirty seconds off the winning pace. The Berryville senior high boys team finished in second place behind Huntsville and Berryville sophomore Braden Scrivner placed 7th with a time of 18 minutes and 32 seconds. The Berryville junior high boys finished in second place and the junior high girls placed third. The Green Forest junior high boys placed 3rd in their classification. Tonight’s high school sports schedule includes;
Berryville volleyball teams traveling to Harrison, games begin at 4 and include 7th/Jr/JV/V
Green Forest will host Clinton in Fred Grim Gym; games begin at 4:30 and include Jr/JV/V
Friday night high school football included the Berryville Bobcats playing their first home game of the season against the Huntsville Eagles in a brand new stadium and turf field and the stands were packed with Bobcat fans with high hopes. The first score of the game didn’t come until the end of the second quarter when Huntsville’s quarterback Sean McCone connected with receiver Cyrus Crow for a 31 yard touchdown pass. But the Bobcats responded quickly as Berryville drove down the field and scored a touchdown for a 7-7 tie as time expired for halftime. Huntsville would strike first in the second half on a Slayter Watkins run but the point after failed. The Bobcats would score for the second time when Richard Heithold scored from 5 yards out and took a 14-13 lead with a point after from Armando Mojica. Huntsville scored their final touchdown with ten minutes left in the fourth quarter and a successful two point conversion left the Bobcats trailing 21-14. Berryville had several opportunities in the fourth quarter but four Bobcat turnovers on the night proved to be the difference in the game as Huntsville defeated Berryville with a final score of 21-14. Berryville junior fullback Brett Parsons finished with over 180 yards rushing unofficially on the night. The Bobcats will play Yellville-Summit at home this Friday night. The Green Forest Tigers traveled to Commerce, Oklahoma looking for their first win of the season but Commerce scored 20 first half points as the Tigers couldn’t generate enough offense to find the end zone. Commerce would add two more touchdowns in the second half and defeated the Green Forest Tigers 32-0. Green Forest will play at home this Friday against West Fork. Other Friday night high school football scores of interest;
Cassville Missouri over Monett 49-12
Farmington over Gravette 49-2
Dardanelle over Prairie Grove 35-17
Harrison over Siloam Springs 42-7
Elkins over West Fork 48-0
Shiloh Christian over Trumann 35-7
Salem over Yellville-Summit 52-6
The high school sports schedule for today Monday September 10th includes;
Berryville and Green Forest eighth grade and JV football teams playing in a jamboree in Harrison
And the Green Forest golf teams playing a nine hole match in Harrison
The Green Forest Tiger junior high football team hosted Mountain Home last night on Bill Gotto Field and cruised to their second victory of the season with a 26-6 win over the Bombers. The junior high Tigers are now 2-0 for the season after a week one win over Yellville-Summit. The Green Forest seventh grade football team lost to Mountain Home last night 20-6, and is now 1-1 on the season. The Berryville Bobcat junior high team traveled to Huntsville last night and got their second victory in as many weeks defeating the Eagles 28-7. The junior high Bobcats are now 2-0 on the season after defeating West Fork in week one. The Berryville seventh grade football team defeated Huntsville last night 30-0, and is now 2-0 on the season. The Green Forest Tiger golf team hosted an 18 hole match yesterday at the Carroll County Country Club. The Valley Springs boy’s team took top honors with a team score of 293, Berryville finished second with a 301 ahead of Marshall with a team score of 420. Individual scores included; Alex Kilbourne from Green Forest with a 122, Levi Crider from Eureka Springs 93. And Berryville Bobcat scores included; Rusty Colbert 92, Jace Walker 104, Charlie Davis 105, and Brandon Robinson 118. On the girls side McKayla Hussey once again took medalist honors with a score of 79, Ashley Farrar from Green Forest took second with a score 95, and Katelyn Ross from Eureka Springs posted a 97, no team scores were recorded. And finally it is Friday night senior high football and the Berryville Bobcats will open up their new state of the art facility against Huntsville tonight weather permitting. According to Berryville athletic director Brent Compton the game is scheduled as planned unless lightning becomes an issue as rain is forecasted for most of Arkansas tonight. The opening of the new turf field should provide an inspired performance against the Madison county rival Huntsville Eagles. Kevin K. Smith will call the action live on 107.1FM KTHS from the new Ronnie Clark Field with kickoff set for 7PM. Josiah Price will call the Green Forest Tiger football action live on 96.9FM THE LEGEND from Commerce Oklahoma as the Tigers hit the road looking for their first victory of the season, pregame for both games will begin at approximately 6:45. Good luck to our Green Forest Tigers and our Berryville Bobcats! Other high school football games of interest on the schedule tonight include;
Harrison @ Siloam Springs
Gravette @ Farmington
Shiloh Christian @ Trumann
Dardanelle @ Prairie Grove
Elkins @ West Fork
Salem @ Yellville-Summit
Cassville Missouri @ Monett
According to Green Forest Cross Country Coach Bradley James the Tigers and Lady Tigers got off to a good start for the season last Saturday as they traveled to Springdale for the Shiloh Christian meet. The senior boys finished second with Lex Hilton leading the way for the Tigers and finishing third overall with a time of 17:33. The senior girls finished second with Karina Maravillas leading the Lady Tigers with a first place overall finish and a time of 20:42. The junior high boys finished third as Alonso Rangel took the Tiger best result of ninth place in his division. Green Forest will run at the Elkins meet this Saturday at 8am. The high school sports schedule for today includes;
Green Forest junior high football team will host Mountain Home at Bill Gotto Field
Berryville junior high football team will travel to Huntsville
Green Forest Lady Tiger volleyball team will travel to Bergman
Berryville Lady Bobcat volleyball team will travel to Gentry
Green Forest, Berryville, and Eureka Springs golf teams will play an 18 hole match at the Carroll County Country Club.
The high school district golf tournament is less than two weeks away and the Berryville Bobcats played an 18 hole match yesterday at The Creeks Country Club, the site of this year’s 4A district championship. The Lady Bobcat golfers haven’t had enough golfers to qualify for a team score this year but that hasn’t stopped senior McKayla Hussey from playing some quality golf this season. Hussey posted a 79, seven over par, yesterday which was good enough for medalist honors over some very good Harber High School golfers in the 7A classification. Harber took first place team honors followed by Shiloh Christian, and Gentry. Harber High School also took the boys team first place, followed by Shiloh, Berryville, Lincoln, and Elkins. The Bobcat golfers were led by Rusty Colbert with a score of 89, Jace Walker 107, Brendon Robinson 108, and Charlie Davis 115. The next match for the Bobcats will be Thursday at 1PM at the Carroll County Country Club and the 4A district championship is scheduled for September 18th. The Berryville Lady Bobcat volleyball team suffered their first loss of the season to Blue Eye last night. Missouri schools only play the best 2 out of 3 sets and Berryville came up short losing 18-25, 25-21, and 18-25. Green Forest Lady Tiger volleyball team was also on the road last night as they fell to Atkins in straight sets 25-10, 25-12, and 25-20.
The Berryville Bobcat senior high football team started the season on the road last Friday with a victory over West Fork 28-14. According to Berryville Coach Doug Shott the Bobcats tallied 370 yards rushing and 9 yards passing for a total of 379 yards. Outstanding performances included senior Cooper Logan 22 carries for 193 rushing yards and 1 TD. Junior Tristian Updegraff 17 carries for 71 rushing yards and 1 TD. And senior quarterback Richard Heithold 8 carries for 42 yards and 1 TD. The Bobcats next game will be the home opener against Huntsville on Ronnie Clark Field. The Green Forest Tigers held the lead for most of the game against Yellville-Summit last Friday night at Bill Gotto Field but a busted pass play allowed Yellville a 90 yard touchdown and the victory 14-7. According to Green Forest coach Bobby Bishop the Tigers had 175 yards rushing and 45 yards passing for a total of 218 yards total offense. Outstanding performances included senior running back Jordan Zepeda 23 carries for 81 yards and 1 TD. Sophomore quarterback Reiley Gordon 5-13 passing for 45 yards, sophomore Braedyn Gilliam 10 carries for 67 rushing yards and 2 receptions for 13 yards, and senior Genaro Ochoa 3 receptions for 32 yards. Bristol Bishop led the Tiger defense with 7 solo tackles and 7 assist for a total of 14 tackles. The Tigers will play Commerce Oklahoma on the road this Friday.
Other Friday high school football scores of interest include;
Huntsville over Gentry 35-6
Farmington over Prairie Grove 33-30
Lincoln over Westville 48-0
Maumelle over Pea Ridge 40-30
Harrison over Mountain Home 56-7
Today’s high school sports schedule for today includes;
Green Forest volleyball will travel to Atkins games begin at 4:30 including junior high A & B, and Varsity
Berryville volleyball will travel to Blue Eye, games begin at 6 including JV and Varsity
Green Forest and Eureka Springs golf teams will play a 9 hole match at Holiday Island Country Club
Berryville golf team will travel to The Creeks Country Club for a 18 hole match
The Berryville Lady Bobcat volleyball home opener last night in Bobcat gym proved to be a walk in the park as Berryville defeated Huntsville in straight sets 3-0. The Lady Bobcats cruised to victory winning all three sets by a score of 25-13 and are now 2-0 on the season. The JV Lady Bobcats defeated Huntsville last night as well 25-21 and 25-10 and the junior high lost 13-25 and 11-25. The next Lady Bobcat volleyball game will be at Blue Eye next Tuesday. The Green Forest junior high football team got off to a great start in Yellville last night as the Tigers defeated the Panthers 36-0 and the seventh grade Tigers also won 16-0. The Berryville junior high football team traveled to West Fork last night and continued the trend as they defeated the Tigers 27-6 and the seventh grade won 22-0. High School golf was a wash out as Berryville, Green Forest, and Eureka Springs matches were cancelled due to rain. And finally it is Friday night high school football night for the Berryville Bobcats and Green Forest Tigers. Kevin K. Smith, the voice of the Bobcats will once again call the action live on 107.1FM KTHS. Berryville is on the road tonight in West Fork and kickoff is set for 7PM. The Green Forest Tigers will play at home tonight at Bill Gotto Field against the Yellville-Summit Panthers. And the new voice of the Tigers, Josiah Price will make his debut on 96.9FM The Legend as he calls the Tiger football action against the Panthers for a 7PM kickoff. Pre game shows can be heard on both stations at approximately 6:45. Other games of interest on the schedule tonight include;
Gentry @ Huntsville
Farmington @ Prairie Grove
Pea Ridge @ Maumelle
Westville @ Lincoln
Mountain Home @ Harrison
The high school sports schedule for today is a full one and includes the beginning of junior high football. The Berryville junior high football team will travel to West Fork tonight, games include the seventh grade and junior high with kick off set for 5:30. This game was originally scheduled to be played in Berryville but the new Ronnie Clark Field is not quite ready. The senior high football Bobcats will also travel to West Fork on Friday night. The Berryville Lady Bobcat volleyball team will play their home opener tonight against Huntsville in Bobcat gym. Games begin at 4PM and include seventh grade, junior high, JV, and Varsity. And finally golf is also on today’s schedule as the Berryville girls and boys teams will travel to the Highlands Golf Course in Bella Vista for an 18 hole match and Green Forest and Eureka Springs teams will play a nine hole match today at the Carroll County Country Club in Berryville.
The Berryville Lady Bobcat volleyball team got off to a good start this season as they traveled to Hollister Missouri for their first game on Monday night. The Berryville junior high team defeated Hollister 25-23 and 25-22, senior high JV won 25-17 and 25-16, and the Lady Bobcat varsity team defeated the Lady Tigers 19-25, 25-15 and 25-10. Up next, Berryville will host Huntsville Thursday in Bobcat Gym. The Berryville girls and boys golf teams traveled to Cave Springs yesterday for a nine hole match at The Creeks Country Club. The Lady Bobcats didn’t have enough players for a team score but that didn’t stop Berryville senior McKayla Hussey from having her season best round of two over par 38 which was good enough for medalist honors. Pea Ridge took the boys team top honors followed by Shiloh Christian, Berryville, and Prairie Grove. The Bobcats scoring was led by Rusty Colbert with a nine hole score of 50, Jace Walker 54, and Brandon Robinson 56. Berryville golfers will play their third match in four days on Thursday at Highlands Country Club in Bella Vista.
The Green Forest Lady Tiger Volleyball team traveled to Yellville-Summit last night hoping to earn a road victory over the Lady Panthers. Green Forest got off to a slow start losing the first two sets 25-23 and 25-15 but rallied to even the match winning the third and fourth sets 25-8 and 25-19. Yellville outlasted the Lady Tigers in the fifth and deciding set 15-8 to take the match 3-2. Green Forest will next play at Valley Springs today, games include 7th, Junior High, JV, and Varsity beginning at 4PM. The Berryville girls and boys golf teams traveled to Big Sugar Country Club in Pea Ridge yesterday. Shiloh Christian took boys top team honors followed by Pea Ridge, Harrison, Gravette, and Berryville. The Bobcats were led by Rusty Colbert with a nine hole score of 51, Brandon Robinson 55 and Jace Walker 61. Levi Crider posted a 43 for Eureka Springs. On the girls side, Gravette and Shiloh Christian tied for team first place followed by Harrison. McKayla Hussey led the Lady Bobcats with a nine hole score of 44 good enough for second overall and teammate Haylea Rivett posted a 57. Berryville golf will hit the road again today for a nine hole match at The Creeks Country Club in Cave Springs.
The high school sports schedule for today includes;
Berryville girls and boys golf nine hole match @ Big Sugar Country Club hosted by Pea Ridge
Green Forest girls and boys golf nine hole match @ Diamond Hills Country Club hosted by Lead Hill
Berryville volleyball @ Hollister, games include junior high, JV, and Varsity starting at 6
Green Forest volleyball @ Yellville-Summit, games include junior high A & B, JV, and Varsity starting at 4:30
Friday night high school football scores of interest include;
Harrison defeated Pea Ridge 45-14
Dardanelle defeated Gentry 38-12
Arkansas High School defeated Shiloh Christian 54-28
Cascia Hall OK defeated Gravette 44-7
The Berryville Bobcat golf team hosted a nine hole match yesterday at the Carroll County Country Club and a steady rain throughout the afternoon didn’t stop high school golfers. The Berryville boy’s team defeated Elkins as the Bobcats posted a team score of 158 over the Elks with a score of 168. Rusty Colbert led the way for Berryville with a 49 which tied the boys low round medalist honors; Brandon Robinson scored a 52, and Jace Walker 57. Individual scores for Eureka Springs included Levi Crider with a 49 and co medalist honors and David Birchfield 57. Green Forest Tiger Alex Kilbourn carded a 70. On the girls side Berryville’s McKayla Hussey posted a five over par 41 which took medalist honors and teammate Haylea Rivett scored a 65. Ashley Farrar of Green Forest carded a 47 as there were no girls team scores for the match. Green Forest golfers will head to Harrison Country Club today for an 18 hole match beginning at 2. The Green Forest Lady Tiger volleyball team won a thrilling home conference game last night against Marshall in Fred Grim Gym. Marshall took the early advantage winning the first two sets 25-15 and 25-21, but the Lady Tigers fought back winning the next two 25-16 and 25-14 to force a fifth and deciding set and Green Forest pulled out the match with a 15-12 fifth set win. And finally, it is week zero for Arkansas high school football and there are a few games of interest on the schedule tonight including;
Arkansas high school in Texarkana @ Shiloh Christian
Gentry @ Dardanelle
Pea Ridge @ Harrison
Cascia Hall in Oklahoma @ Gravette
Our Berryville Bobcats first game of the season is scheduled for next Friday against West Fork and our Green Forest Tigers will also play next Friday as they will host Yellville-Summit.
Today’s high school sports schedule includes the Green Forest Lady Tiger volleyball team hosting Marshall for the first home conference game of the year in Fred Grim Gym. Games begin at 4:30 and include junior high, JV, and Varsity. And the Berryville Bobcat girls and boys golf teams will host their first home match of the golf season today at the Carroll County Country Club. The nine hole match will begin at 4 and includes girls and boys teams from Green Forest, Eureka Springs, Gentry, Elkins, and West Fork.
The Green Forest Lady Tiger senior high volleyball team improved to 2-1 on the year last night after a trip to Cotter. The Lady Tigers defeated the Lady Warriors in straight sets 25-19, 25-17, and 25-20. Green Forest will play their first home conference game on Thursday against Marshall in Fred Grim Gym. The Berryville golf team traveled to Cave Springs yesterday as Shiloh Christian hosted a nine hole match at The Creeks Country Club. Bentonville West took first in the team standings, followed by Shiloh, Huntsville, and Berryville. Bobcat scoring included Rusty Colbert with a 52, Jace Walker 55, and Brandon Robinson 59. On the girls side Shiloh Christian took top team honors followed by Huntsville, Gentry, and Bentonville West. Berryville did not qualify a team score but Lady Bobcat McKayla Hussey took top individual honors as she carded a 45 as medalist in the match. The Bobcats next match will be Thursday at the Carroll County Country Club and will include Green Forest and Eureka Springs schools.
The Green Forest Lady Tiger Volleyball team got their first victory of the season as they won their home non conference match against Salem last night in Fred Grim Gym. The Lady Tigers defeated the Lady Greyhounds in straight sets, 25-14, 25-14, and 25-17. The Green Forest volleyball team will travel to Cotter tonight, games include junior high A and B, and Varsity games beginning at 5PM. Also on the high school sports schedule for today, Green Forest junior high and senior football teams will travel to Huntsville for a preseason scrimmage beginning at 5:30PM. And finally the Berryville girls and boys golf teams will travel to The Creeks Country Club in Cave Springs today as the Shiloh Christian Saints will host a nine hole match beginning at 4PM.
Rain cleared for high school golfers yesterday as Green Forest and Berryville golfers played Big Sugar Country Club in Pea Ridge. Our local teams did not qualify for team scores but Berryville’s McKayla Hussey posted a 42 in the nine hole match good enough for second overall and Ashley Farrar from Green Forest posted a 51 and a fourth place finish. Alex Kilbourn of Green Forest posted a 70 on the boy’s side, the Huntsville girls and the Farmington boys took the team victories. The next meet for Berryville and Green Forest will be next Thursday at the Carroll County Country Club.
Green Forest Tiger Football Red/White Scrimmage and “Meet the Tigers" Night is scheduled for tonight Friday, August 17. According to Green Forest football Coach Bobby Bishop the seventh grade will be introduced first followed by a twenty minute scrimmage, the junior high and senior high scrimmage will follow. The Tigers will be honoring Coach Bill Gotto's coaching career at Green Forest from 1976-2011. All former athletes, coaches and fans are invited to this special night. The renaming of the football field to Bill Gotto Field and a presentation to Coach Bill Gotto will be made at 7:00PM and a reception will follow in the Cafeteria. Please note that admission is a donation of a towel for the Tiger Athletic Department or a canned food item for the local food bank.
The Berryville football team will travel to Harrison Friday night for their first scrimmage of the year. The Bobcats will play against Farmington and Harrison beginning at 7PM.
Clearing skies will make way for high school golf today as Green Forest and Berryville will travel to Big Sugar Country Club in Pea Ridge. Pea Ridge will host a nine hole match beginning at 4PM. And high school football fans are hoping the weather will hold for Friday night as Berryville and Green Forest football teams will get there first chance at live action in preseason scrimmages. Berryville will travel to Harrison Friday night as the Goblins will host the Bobcats and the Farmington Cardinals. Green Forest will host an intersquad scrimmage on Friday night in the annual red/white scrimmage which will coincide with meet the Tigers night and the renaming of the football field to Bill Gotto field, the ceremony and presentation to Coach Bill Gotto will take place at 7PM with a reception to follow in the cafeteria.