It was a sweet homecoming Friday night for the Berryville Bobcat basketball teams, but it took two overtimes for the boys to assure the celebration. Berryville trailed Huntsville late in the fourth quarter and thanks to four straight free throws by Berryville’s Zach Webb the Bobcats pushed the game to the first overtime period. Berryville looked to take the win in the first overtime but Clay Siegrest nailed a three at the buzzer for Huntsville to tie the game at 46 and push the game to the second overtime. Senior Ty Allen led the way for Berryville with 26 points and solid free throw shooting helped the Bobcats to a 58-49 victory in 2OT’s. Zach Webb finished with 16 points going 8 for 8 from the FT line. Huntsville scoring included Ty Shackelford with 18 points and Siegrist finished with 20. The Bobcats are now 14-5 overall and 4-1 in conference play.
The Berryville Lady Bobcats improved to 18-1 overall and 5-0 in conference Friday when Berryville finally pulled away in the second half for a 44-30 victory. Berryville junior center Hannah Morrell led all scorers with 18 points, Lexi Anderson, Baylea Smith, and Kelcee Hopper each had 7, Aspen Smith 3, and McKayla Hussey chipped in 2. Huntsville scoring included Maci Campbell with 11 and Josie Sisk with 9.
The Green Forest Tigers traveled to Marshall Friday night for a 1-3A conference matchup. The Lady Tigers were tied with Marshall after the first period and trailed 26-22 at halftime but the Lady Bobcats of Marshall hung on to win at home 50-44. The Green Forest boys lost to Marshall 74-40.
Other Friday night high school basketball scores of interest include;
Pea Ridge girls over West Fork 50-42
Gravette girls over Shiloh Christian 64-34
Lincoln girls over Gentry 41-39
Prairie Grove girls over Elkins 42-37
Valley Springs girls over Yellville-Summit 78-34
Blue Eye boys over Reeds Spring 63-56
Pea Ridge boys over West Fork 52-40
Gravette boys over Shiloh Christian 61-52
Prairie Grove boys over Elkins 60-36
Valley Springs boys over Yellville-Summit 75-54
Big news was received from the Arkansas Activities Association for the Berryville Athletic Department as they received word that Berryville Schools was awarded the winning bid for hosting the 4A North Regional basketball tournament this February 21-24. KTHS received the news from Berryville Athletic Director Brent Compton who expressed the whole school is very excited for the opportunity to host this major event for the first time, that will benefit the entire community. KTHS will have more, as this story develops. Congratulation to Berryville Schools!
The Friday night high school basketball schedule for tonight includes homecoming festivities for Berryville as they face the Huntsville Eagles in Bobcat Arena. According to Coach Brent Compton the JV boys will begin at 5PM followed by the homecoming presentation at approximately 6PM. The senior high boy’s game will follow homecoming and the senior high girls will play the nightcap game. Kevin K. Smith, the voice of the Bobcats, will call the live play by play action tonight on 107.1FM KTHS. Go Bobcats!
The rest of the high school basketball schedule for tonight includes;
Green Forest @ Marshall
Blue Eye @ Reeds Spring
Yellville-Summit @ Valley Springs
West Fork @ Pea Ridge
Shiloh Christian @ Gravette
Gentry @ Lincoln
Elkins @ Prairie Grove
Green Forest seventh grade girls and boys basketball teams will host Huntsville tonight in Fred Grim Gym; games begin at 4:30PM.
Berryville junior high girls and boys basketball teams will host Decatur in Bobcat arena tonight; games begin at 4:30PM.
Homecoming for the Berryville Bobcats is scheduled for Friday night against Huntsville and according to Berryville Athletic Director Brent Compton the senior high boy’s game will be played before the senior high girl’s game with homecoming festivities before both games at approximately 6PM.
The Green Forest Tiger high school basketball teams found it tough on the road at Valley Springs last night as the league leading Valley Springs girls defeated the Green Forest Lady Tigers 81-37 and the Valley Springs boys defeated Green Forest 77-38.
Other high school basketball scores of interest include;
Marshall girls over Huntsville 42-41
Gravette girls over Haas Hall Academy 81-36
Bergman girls over Yellville-Summit 52-38
Pea Ridge girls over Prairie Grove 55-32
West Fork girls over Shiloh Christian 36-33
Marshall boys over Huntsville 40-39
Gravette boys over Haas Hall Academy 53-30
Yellville-Summit boys over Bergman 80-54
Prairie Grove boys over Pea Ridge 43-40
Elkins boys over Lincoln 54-34
Shiloh Christian boys over West Fork 68-52
Blue Eye boys over Hollister 58-33
Mt. Vernon boys over Cassville 64-45
Senior high basketball is back in action tonight on KTHS 107.1FM as the Green Forest Tigers travel to Valley Springs. Jacob Wallace, the voice of the Tigers, will call the play by play starting at approximately 6:30PM with the senior high girls game. The Lady Tigers are 6-12 overall and 1-1 in conference play and will face the league leading 17-8 and 3-1 Valley Springs Lady Tigers. Coverage will continue when the senior high boys take the court immediately after the girls game. There are no games on the schedule tonight for the Berryville Bobcats, but the schedule is loaded with games throughout the area, including;
Huntsville @ Marshall
Bergman @ Yellville-Summit
Elkins @ Lincoln
Shiloh Christian @ West Fork
Pea Ridge @ Prairie Grove
Greenland @ Gentry
Gravette @ Haas Hall Academy
Blue Eye @ Hollister
Cassville @ Mt. Vernon
The scores from Friday night high school basketball included a couple of wins for the Berryville Bobcats. The Berryville senior high boys defeated Eureka Springs in a close one 53-50. The Bobcats held a slim one point lead at halftime and Berryville free throws proved to be the difference in the end. Berryville scoring included; Zach Webb with 12, Kyler Kendrick 11, Brady Smith and Scotland Lucas with 8 each and Jarrett Ray 7. Highlander scoring included; Garrett Cross with 22 and Carter Drennon with 21. Eureka Springs is now 12-6 overall and 2-1 in conference play, and Berryville improves to 13-5 and 3-1. The Berryville senior high girls improved their record Friday night to 17-1 with a win over Eureka Springs 60-19. The Green Forest senior high girls game Friday night was postponed due to other commitments but the senior high boys played as scheduled against Bergman. The Tigers came up short against the Panthers 82-58. Other games of interest from Friday night include;
Valley Springs girls over Huntsville 38-33
Gentry girls over Gravette 53-46
Pea Ridge girls over Haas Hall Academy 65-23
Shiloh Christian girls over Elkins 45-31
Blue Eye girls over Conway Missouri 54-35
Valley Springs boys over Huntsville 54-52
Gentry boys over Gravette 49-45
Elkins boys over Shiloh Christian 71-63
Prairie Grove boys over Lincoln 50-24
Cassville Missouri boys over Pierce City 57-55
Tonights basketball schedule includes the Berryville junior high girls traveling to Gentry and the Green Forest junior high girls and boys will host Deere in Fred Grim Gym.
Last night the Green Forest Tigers traveled to Eureka Springs for a non conference matchup. The Green Forest senior high girls cruised to a 42-20 victory over the Lady Highlanders. The Lady Tigers are now 6-12 overall. The Green Forest senior high boys trailed by 3 points at the end of the first period 14-11, but Eureka Springs exploded for 25 points in the second quarter and took a 39-17 halftime lead. The Highlanders maintained their lead the rest of the way and won 72-48. The Tigers are now 4-11 overall and Eureka Springs is 12-5.
The Berryville junior high basketball teams traveled to Gravette last night for a conference matchup and the junior high Lady Bobcats defeated Gravette 43-35. Berryville held a 23-20 halftime feed and pulled away in the fourth quarter thanks to Lilli Compton free throws. Abby Thurman led Berryville with 13 points, Lilli Compton had 10, Sunny Tibbets 9, Ella McMillon 7, and Lauren Compton chipped in 6. The Berryville junior high boys lost a tough one on the road last night to Gravette 50-48. The Bobcats held a 13 point lead at the end of the third quarter 44-31, but Gravette came back with a 19 point fourth quarter and edged Berryville by two. Landon Chester led Berryville with 13 points, Kade Davidson had 12, J. D. Smith 11, and Weston Teague had 8. The Bobcats are 9-3 for the year.
The Berryville Bobcats will travel to Eureka Springs tonight for a non conference matchup beginning at 4:30. Games will include the junior high girls and boys, followed by the senior high girls and boys. The Green Forest Tigers will host Bergman tonight in Fred Grim Gym. Games will begin at 4PM with the junior high girls and boys and at approximately 5:45PM Jacob Wallace, the voice of the Tigers will call the senior high boys action on KTHS 107.1FM. According to Green Forest Coach Kyle Farrar the senior high girls game will be postponed due to the Bergman girls playing in the NAC tournament in Harrison. Be sure and tune in to KTHS tonight for Tiger Basketball on 107.1FM at approximately 5:45PM. Go Tigers!
Schools are back in session after Christmas break and that means high school sports are back in full swing. Tonight’s sports schedule includes;
Green Forest basketball teams will travel cross county to Eureka Springs tonight. Games include junior high girls and boys, followed by senior high girls and boys beginning at 4:30PM.
Berryville junior high basketball teams will hit the road tonight as they travel to Gravette. Games begin at 4:30PM and include eighth grade girls and boys, followed by the junior high girls and boys.
And finally, the schedule shows the Berryville Bobcat wrestling team traveling to Gentry tonight with matches beginning at 6PM.
High School Basketball scores from Tuesday night;
Berryville Lady Bobcats defeated Valley Springs on the Lady Tiger’s home court when Baylea Smith dumped a pass off to Hannah Morrell for two points in the closing seconds, winning 41-39. Berryville Lady Bobcats are 16-1 overall and 4-0 in conference. Valley Springs Lady Tigers are 16-8 and 2-1 in conference.
Valley Springs boys defeated Berryville 83-81 in overtime after Dalton Audeoud made consecutive free throws in the closing seconds of regulation to send the game into a bonus period and two more to close out the victory in overtime. Scoring for Valley included 36 for Lawson Jenkins and 28 for Audeoud. Berryville scoring included; Ty Allen 23, Jarrett Ray 19, Zach Webb 16, and Cody Allen 11. Berryville is now 12-5 overall and 3-1 in conference, Valley improves to 18-5 and 3-0 in conference.
Green Forest Lady Tigers (5-12, 1-1) defeated Yellville-Summit 42-31Green Forest boys (4-10, 0-1) lost to Yellville-Summit 65-29
Saturday concluded the 9th annual Cornerstone Bank Holiday Hoops basketball tournament, and the results included;
Game 17: Bergman Lady Panthers over Green Forest Lady Tigers for 7th place 48-39
Game 18: Bergman Panthers over CAC Mustangs for 7th place 59-56
Game 19: Jacksonville Lady Titans over Bald Knob Lady Bulldogs60-49 Girls Consolation Champions
Game 20: Valley Springs Tigers over Pocahontas Redskins 74-67 Boys Consolation Champions
Game 21: Berryville Lady Bobcats over Jasper Lady Pirates 49-30 3rd place
Game 22: White County Central Bears over Monett Cubs 39-30 3rd place
Game 23: Valley Springs Lady Tigers over Pocahontas Lady Redskins 43-38 Girls Champions
Game 24: Berryville Bobcats over Huntsville Eagles 55-29 Boys Champions
High School basketball kicks off the new year tonight when the Berryville Bobcats travel to Valley Springs for a conference matchup. Games include junior high girls, followed by the senior high girls and senior high boys beginning at 5PM. Kevin K. Smith, the voice of the Bobcats, will call the action live on 107.1FM KTHS at approximately 6:15PM. Green Forest will also play tonight as the Tigers will host Yellville-Summit. Games will begin at 4PM and include the junior high girls and boys, followed by the senior high girls and boys. Happy New Year from KTHS sports!
The 9th Annual Cornerstone Bank Holiday Hoops high school basketball tournament continues today in Bobcat Arena in Berryville Arkansas. Fans will be treated to eight girls and boys basketball games each day through Saturday. Championship games will be played Saturday evening with trophies awarded to the winners immediately following the games. Updated brackets will be posted to the KTHS radio website holiday hoops page and follow the KTHS facebook page for updated game time information. Be listening to KTHS 107.1FM throughout the day and evening for live break ins featuring updates, highlights, and interviews of this annual showcase of girls and boys high school basketball. Yesterday’s games were close matches including:
GAME 1: 10AM VALLEY SPRINGS GIRLS over GREEN FOREST GIRLS 72 to 27
GAME 2: 11:20AM MONETT MISSOURI BOYS over Valley Springs Boys 61 to 59 in Overtime
GAME 3: 12:40PM POCAHONTAS GIRLS over Bergman Girls 49 to 47
GAME 4: 2PM WHITE COUNTY CENTRAL BOYS over BERGMAN BOYS 72 to 44
GAME 5: 3:20PM JASPER GIRLS over JACKSONVILLE GIRLS 49 to 44
GAME 6: 4:4OPM HUNTSVILLE BOYS over POCAHONTAS BOYS 49 to 40
GAME 7: 6PM BERRYVILLE GIRLS over BALD KNOB GIRLS 68 to 46
GAME 8: 7:20PM BERRYVILLE BOYS over CENTRAL ARKANSAS CHRISTIAN (CAC) 72 to 50
The second day schedule includes;
GAME 9: 10:00AM GREEN FOREST GIRLS VS. JACKSONVILLE
GAME 10: 11:20AM POCAHONTAS BOYS VS. BERGMAN
GAME 11: 12:40PM BALD KNOB GIRLS VS. BERGMAN
GAME 12: 2:00PM CAC BOYS VS. VALLEY SPRINGS
GAME 13: 3:30PM VALLEY SPRINGS GIRLS VS. JASPER
GAME 14: 4:40PM HUNTSVILLE BOYS VS. WHITE COUNTY CENTRAL
GAME 15: 6:00PM BERRYVILLE GIRLS VS. POCAHONTAS
GAME 16: 7:20PM BERRYVILLE BOYS VS. MONETT, MISSOURI
The 9th Annual Cornerstone Bank Holiday Hoops high school basketball tournament begins today in Bobcat Arena in Berryville, Arkansas. Fans will be treated to eight girls and boys basketball games each day including today, Friday, and Saturday. Championship games will be played Saturday evening with trophies awarded to the winners immediately following the games. Updated brackets will be posted to the KTHS radio website Holiday Hoops Page and follow the KTHS Facebook Page for updated game time information. Be listening to KTHS 107.1FM the next three days throughout the day and evening for live break ins featuring updates, highlights, and interviews of this annual showcase of girls and boys high school basketball. The first day schedule includes;
THURSDAY DECEMBER 28TH @ BOBCAT ARENA, BERRYVILLE ARKANSAS
GAME 1: 10AM VALLEY SPRINGS GIRLS/GREEN FOREST GIRLS
GAME 2: 11:20AM VALLEY SPRINGS BOYS/MONETT MISSOURI BOYS
GAME 3: 12:40PM BERGMAN GIRLS/POCAHONTAS GIRLS
GAME 4: 2PM WHITE COUNTY CENTRAL BOYS/BERGMAN BOYS
GAME 5: 3:20PM JASPER GIRLS/JACKSONVILLE GIRLS
GAME 6: 4:4OPM HUNTSVILLE BOYS/POCAHONTAS BOYS
GAME 7: 6PM BERRYVILLE GIRLS/BALD KNOB GIRLS
GAME 8: 7:20PM BERRYVILLE BOYS/CENTRAL ARKANSAS CHRISTIAN (CAC)