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Sports 1-20-20

Friday night high school basketball scores included the Berryville Lady Bobcats moving up in the conference standings with a road victory over Shiloh Christian 49-23. Berryville improves to 3-1 in conference play and 14-4 overall. The Berryville senior high boys came up short against Shiloh Christian 49-43 and fall to 2-2 in conference play and 14-5 overall. Other scores of interest include;

Lead Hill boys over Green Forest 67-44

Pea Ridge boys over Gravette 63-43

Prairie Grove boys over Gentry 50-23

Huntsville boys over Harrison 63-59

Lead Hill girls over Green Forest 52-22

Gravette girls over Pea Ridge 52-41

Prairie Grove girls over Gentry 36-32

Harrison girls over Huntsville 64-47

Tonight’s sports schedule includes the Green Forest junior high basketball teams will travel to Bergman. And according to Berryville athletic director Brent Compton, the junior high home basketball games against Alpena have been cancelled.


Sports 1-17-20

Berryville Bobcat wrestling fans are expecting some great competition this Saturday at Bobcat Arena as they host the Bobcat Invitational. Weigh in is at 8am and wrestling begins at 9am. Bobcat wrestling Coach Derrek Aynes celebrated senior night this past Tuesday, honoring outgoing seniors, Carlos Escobar, Daniela Villegas, Colton Record, Brett Parsons, and Cameron Spring. Coach Aynes invites the community to come out and support Bobcat wrestling this Saturday in Bobcat Arena at 9am. Berryville junior high basketball Coach Cody Curtis reported the junior high boys defeated Bruno Pyatt 58-34 last night in the Alpena tournament and will advance to the semifinals against Valley Springs next Wednesday, Berryville is 11-2 on the season. Green Forest basketball returns to 107.1FM KTHS tonight as Andy Dean the voice of the Tigers will be courtside to call the Tigers against Lead Hill in Fred Grim Gym. The senior high girl’s game will start at approximately 6PM followed by the senior high boys. Other high school basketball games of interest on tonight’s schedule include;

Eureka Springs will host Cotter

Kingston will host The New School

Huntsville @ Harrison

Gravette @ Pea Ridge

Gentry @ Prairie Grove  



Sports 1-16-20

The Berryville Bobcat basketball teams played a makeup game at Gentry last night and picked up a couple of much needed conference wins. The senior high Lady Bobcats were tied at 21 at halftime against the Lady Pioneers, but Berryville played a strong second half to earn a fourteen point victory by a score of 53-39. Abby Thurman led Berryville with 15 points, and the Lady Bobcats are now 2-1 in conference play and 13-4 overall. The Berryville senior high boys played solid from start to finish in a 63-41 victory over Gentry in the nightcap game. Bobcat scoring included JD Smith with 15, Weston Teague 14, and Landon Chester 11. Berryville improves to 2-1 in conference play and 14-4 overall.  Berryville will travel to Springdale Friday for a conference game against Shiloh Christian. The Alpena junior high basketball tournament continues tonight and includes Berryville and Green Forest teams and the Green Forest seventh grade basketball teams will travel to Huntsville.   


Sports 1-15-2020  

The Berryville Bobcat senior high basketball team earned a big conference win over Harrison last night in Bobcat Arena. Harrison tied the game at 34 at halftime as neither team could sustain a lead. Berryville sophomore Kade Davidson made key free throws down the stretch to secure the 71-68 victory over Harrison. Davidson finished with 24 points and Scotland Lucas had 22 of the bench, and Ethan Edwards led the Goblins with 27 points in the loss. Berryville is now 13-4 overall and 1-1 in conference play. The Berryville Lady Bobcats held a 13-12 advantage over Harrison after the first period but Harrison never gave up the lead after a five point lead at halftime. Harrison defeated the Lady Bobcats 52-47, Lexy Anderson led Berryville with 21 points as Berryville falls to 12-4 overall and 1-1 in conference play.

Tuesday night High School basketball scores of interest include;

Farmington girls over Gentry 61-36

Valley Springs girls over Huntsville 67-35

Gravette girls over Prairie Grove 55-36

Pea Ridge girls over Shiloh Christian 44-40

Farmington boys over Gentry 58-39

Valley Springs boys over Huntsville 71-52

Prairie Grove boys over Gravette 42-36

The Berryville senior high girls and boys basketball teams will play a makeup game tonight at Gentry beginning at 6PM. Andy Dean will be courtside to call the Bobcat basketball action on 107.1FM KTHS.


Sports 1-14-20

Bobcat wrestling fans will get a chance to see Berryville in action tonight as they host Hollister, Gentry, and Mountain Home in Bobcat Gym. The Berryville wrestling team placed a team fourth at Pulaski Academy last Saturday and will host the annual Bobcat Wresting invitational this Saturday January 18th. The Bobcats were the 4A state runner ups last year and Berryville wrestling Coach Derrek Aynes encourages fans to come out this week and support the team. Bobcat basketball returns to 107.1FM KTHS tonight as Josiah Price will make the call from Bobcat Arena as Berryville host Harrison in a 1-4A conference showdown. The senior high girls will begin at 6PM followed by the senior high boys. Other basketball games of interest on the schedule tonight include;

Green Forest @ Clinton

Haas Hall Academy @ Eureka Springs

Huntsville @ Valley Springs

Prairie Grove @ Gravette

Farmington @ Gentry

Pea Ridge @ Shiloh Christian


Sports 1-13-20

Weather postponed Berryville senior high basketball Friday night, but the junior high Bobcats completed their games before storms moved in. The Berryville junior high boys defeated Gentry 39-32 Friday afternoon, Jake Wilson led the Bobcats with 19 points and Nate Allen had 12 in the road victory. Berryville is now 10-2 overall and improve to 3-0 in conference play. The Berryville senior high girls and boys games have been rescheduled for this Wednesday. Winter weather also delayed the Alpena junior high basketball tournament. Saturday games will be played today and include. Berryville junior high girls against Dover at 5PM, Green Forest junior high girls against Omaha at 7PM, and Green Forest junior high boys against Alpena at 8PM. Today’s sports schedule also includes the Green Forest seventh grade and eighth grade teams traveling to Harrison.  

  

Sports 1-10-20

Bobcat basketball returns to KTHS tonight and Josiah Price the voice of the Bobcats will be courtside at Gentry as Berryville has an away conference game against the Pioneers. The broadcast begins at approximately 6PM with the 12-3 Lady Bobcats looking for their second conference victory of the year, followed by the 12-4 Bobcats who are looking for their first conference win. Other games of interest tonight include Pea Ridge at Prairie Grove, and Shiloh Christian at Huntsville. The Alpena junior high boys and girls invitational basketball tournament begins Saturday and includes Berryville and Green Forest teams.  


Sports 1-9-20

Area high school basketball teams have begun league play, Tuesday late scores include;

Huntsville boys over Prairie Grove 47-45

Harrison boys over Shiloh Christian 76-54

Gravette boys over Gentry 53-32

Pea Ridge boys over Farmington 42-35

Prairie Grove girls over Huntsville 37-24

Farmington girls over Pea Ridge 48-47

Harrison girls over Shiloh Christian 57-30

Gravette girls over Gentry 53-31

Number one ranked Mountain View girls over Valley Srings 49-42

Today’s sports schedule includes;

Berryville junior high basketball will host Kingston

Green Forest junior high basketball will travel to Yellville-Summit

And Berryville wrestling team will travel to Gentry  

  

Sports 1-8-20

The Berryville senior high boy’s basketball team keeps rolling up the victories against Missouri teams as the Bobcats defeated Hollister last night 50-37. Coach Brent Compton and the Bobcats have enjoyed success this year over Reeds Spring, Cassville, Blue Eye twice, Aurora, and Hillcrest Springfield and now the Hollister Tigers on the road. Senior Trenton Hutchinson scored three three’s in the first half as Berryville led 25-19 at halftime. The Bobcats would increase their lead in the second half for a 50-37 victory. Landon Chester led the Bobcats with 15 points, Kade Davidson and Hutchinson added 9 each, JD Smith 7, Weston Teague 6, and Chris Lehr 4. Berryville improves to 12-4 on the year and will return to conference play Friday night at Gentry. That game and the Berryville senior high girls can be heard on 107.1KTHS, as Josiah Price the voice of the Bobcats will make the call live from Gentry.


Sports 1-7-20

The Berryville junior high boys basketball team picked up a big conference win last night against Harrison46-40. Berryville Coach Cody Curtis has the junior high Bobcats playing solid with a 9-2 overall record, but more importantly they are 2-0 in conference play. Freshman Jake Wilson scored 21 points in the victory. The Berryville Bobcat Wrestling team had some outstanding performances over the weekend at the Mountain Home Invitational. Bobcats that took home medals in their weight class included; Colton Record 1st, Carlos Escobar Quezada 3rd, Brett Parsons 2nd, Daniela Villegas 2nd, Dylan Sperduto 3rd, Dominic Henry 2nd, and Caleb Record 1st. And finally, the Berryville Bobcats senior high basketball team will travel to Hollister Missouri tonight. According to Berryville Coach Brent Compton four games were initially on the schedule but only the JV and Varsity will play tonight beginning at 6PM.  


Sports 1-6-20

The Berryville Bobcat basketball teams claimed county bragging rights Friday night in Fred Grim Gym. The Berryville senior high girls defeated Green Forest 56-19 and improve to 12-3 overall. The Lady Bobcat leading scorers included Lexy Anderson with 21 and Lilli Compton 12, Lady Tiger leading scorers included Maddie Youngblood 6 and Samantha Delavin 5. The Berryville senior high boys defeated Green Forest 59-24 and improve to 11-4 overall. The Bobcats were led in scoring by Landon Chester with 13 and Kade Davidson 11, Tiger scoring included Cody Rincon with 8, and Jordon McCloud 7. Today’s sports schedule includes; Berryville wrestling team travels to Springdale for a meet with Shiloh Christian and Bentonville West, Berryville junior high basketball will host Harrison at Bobcat Arena, and Green Forest junior high will travel to Valley Springs.  


Sports 1-3-20

The Green Forest Tiger basketball teams will host the Berryville Bobcats for a non conference game tonight in Fred Grim Gym. Junior high girl’s game will begin at 4PM followed by the junior high boys, senior high girls, and senior high boys. Andy Dean, the voice of the Tigers will call the game on 107.1 KTHS beginning with the senior high girl’s game at approximately 6PM. The Berryville Lady Bobcats have had a solid start with an 11-3 record so far, and the Green Forest Lady Tigers are still looking for their first victory of the season. The senior high boys will play the nightcap game and the 3-12 Tigers are looking for county bragging rights against a very strong 10-4 Bobcat team. This will be the only meeting between the schools as league play will begin next week.  Green Forest will begin conference play on Monday at Valley Springs and Berryville will travel to Gentry next Friday. And good luck to the Berryville Bobcat wrestling team as they travel to Mountain Home for a two day dual meet today and Saturday.


Sports 1-2-20

The Berryville Bobcat wrestling team will return to action Friday night as they travel to Mountain Home for a dual meet scheduled for January 3rd and 4th. The Bobcats last meet was in Fayetteville on December 21stand included a first place finish for Colton Record in his division, Brett Parsons 5th, Caleb Record 6th, and Dylan Sperduto 6th. The Bobcats are off to a great start this season as Berryville claimed the 4A state wrestling runner up title last year in Little Rock. High School basketball will return to KTHS Friday night , join Andy Dean the voice of the Tigers at Fred Grim Gym as Green Forest will host Berryville for county bragging rights. Games are scheduled to begin at 4PM and include the junior high girls and boys, followed by the senior high girls and boys. Andy Dean will make the call for the senior high girls game at approximately 6PM on 107.1FM. 


  Sports 12-31-19

The Berryville Bobcats hoped to win the Cornerstone Bank Holiday Hoops basketball tournament for the second time in three years but a high flying Dumas team had a different outcome in mind as they had not lost a game this season. Berryville sophomore Kade Davidson had nine first quarter points to give the Bobcats a 14-13 lead after the first quarter, but the size and strength of Dumas proved to be too much for Berryville. 6’4” Dumas senior DJ Russell only had one point in the first half but turned things around in the second half including a huge tomahawk dunk on his way to nine points for the game. Dumas would outscore Berryville the rest of the way and take a 56-43 victory and claim the 2019 Holiday Hoops title. Berryville scoring included; Kade Davidson with 16 points, Scotland Lucas 9, Weston Teague 8, Landon Chester 7, and JD Smith 3. The defending Holiday Hoops champs Berryville Lady Bobcats didn’t reach the finals this year, but finished off the tournament with a good win against Dumas thanks to senior Lexy Anderson as she exploded with 24 first half points. Berryville went on to win 58-36 and took home the third place trophy. Anderson finished with 28 points, Lilli Compton added 11, and Jordon Estepp had 9. The Bobcats will return to action this Friday when they travel to Green Forest for a non conference game. 

  

Sports 12-30-19

Saturday results of the 11th Annual Cornerstone Bank Holiday Hoops senior high girls and boys basketball tournament at Bobcat Arena in Berryville Ar.

2019 Senior High Girls Champions Mountain View

Mountain View over Viola 44-41

3rd place Berryville Lady Bobcats over Dumas 58-36

Consolation Championship Dover over ESTEM 56-32

7th place Hamburg over Green Forest 44-38

2019 Senior High Boys Champions Dumas

Dumas over Berryville 56-43

3rd Place Shiloh Christian over White County Central 60-51

Consolation Championship Danville over Green Forest 59-40

7th Place Mountain View over Dover 45-41

  

Sports 12-27-19

The 11th Annual Cornerstone Bank Holiday Hoops High School Basketball Tournament in Berryville Arkansas at Bobcat Arena will continue today and Championship games are set for Saturday .

Thursday December 26th  day 1 results;

10:00am Game 1; Viola Girls over Green Forest 57-25

11:20am Game 2; Shiloh Christian boys over Mountain View 47-42

12:40pm Game 3; Mountain View girls over ESTEM 48-38

2:00pm Game 4; White County Central boys over Danville 70-40

3:20pm Game 5; Dumas girls over Dover 45-44

4:40pm Game 6; Dumas boys over Green Forest 74-30

6:00pm Game 7; Berryville girls over Hamburg 58-14

7:20pm Game 8; Berryville boys over Dover 42-37

Friday December 27th schedule day 2

10:00am Game 9: Green Forest Girls against Dover

11:20am Game 10: Green Forest Boys against Mountain View

12:40pm Game 11: Hamburg Girls against ESTEM

2:00pm Game 12; Dover Boys against Danville

3:20pm Game 13; Viola Girls against Dumas

4:40pm Game 14; Dumas Boys against Shiloh Christian

6:00pm Game 15; Berryville Girls against Mountain View

7:20pm Game 16; Berryville Boys against White County Central

Eight game schedules begin at 10am each day Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Listen to KTHS 107.1FM for live updates, game summaries, and scores as Jamie Hussey broadcast from Bobcat Arena throughout the Holiday Hoops basketball tournament.

Brackets can be seen at www.kthsradio.comHoliday Hoops page 


Sports 12-26-19

The 11th Annual Cornerstone Bank Holiday Hoops High School Basketball Tournament in Berryville Arkansas at Bobcat Arena starts today and will continue Friday and Championship games are set for Saturday .

Thursday December 26th

10:00am Game 1; Viola Girls against Green Forest

11:20am Game 2; Shiloh Christian boys against Mountain View

12:40pm Game 3; Mountain View girls against ESTEM

2:00pm Game 4; White County Central boys against Danville

3:20pm Game 5; Dumas girls against Dover

4:40pm Game 6; Dumas boys against Green Forest

6:00pm Game 7; Berryville girls against Hamburg

7:20pm Game 8; Berryville boys against Dover

Eight game schedules begin at 10am each day Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Listen to KTHS 107.1FM for live updates, game summaries, and scores as Jamie Hussey broadcast from Bobcat Arena throughout the Holiday Hoops basketball tournament.

Brackets can be seen at www.kthsradio.com Holiday Hoops page   



Sports 12-24-19

The 11th Annual Cornerstone Bank Holiday Hoops High School Basketball Tournament in Berryville Arkansas at Bobcat Arena is December 26th, 27th, and 28th.

Thursday December 26th

10:00am Game 1; Viola Girls against Green Forest

11:20am Game 2; Shiloh Christian boys against Mountain View

12:40pm Game 3; Mountain View girls against ESTEM

2:00pm Game 4; White County Central boys against Danville

3:20pm Game 5; Dumas girls against Dover

4:40pm Game 6; Dumas boys against Green Forest

6:00pm Game 7; Berryville girls against Hamburg

7:20pm Game 8; Berryville boys against Dover

Eight game schedules begin at 10am each day Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Listen to KTHS 107.1FM for live updates, game summaries, and scores as Jamie Hussey broadcast from Bobcat Arena throughout the Holiday Hoops basketball tournament.

Brackets can be seen at www.kthsradio.comHoliday Hoops page   


Sports 12-23-19

The Berryville senior high Lady Bobcat basketball team picked up their first conference win of the season over visiting Huntsville Friday night. Berryville led 32-22 at halftime thanks to the inside scoring of senior Jordon Estepp. Estepp continued in the second half and posted 26 points on the night as the Lady Bobcats defeated the Lady Eagles 57-34, Lexy Anderson chipped in 10 points for Berryville and Josie Sisk finished with 17 for Huntsville. Berryville is now 9-2 overall and 1-0 in conference play. The Berryville senior high boys came up short Friday night in Bobcat Arena. The Bobcats and Eagles were tied at halftime at 26 all, but Berryville shooting went cold in the fourth quarter as Huntsville pulled away for a 57-49 victory. Scotland Lucas led Berryville with 13 and Kade Davidson had 9, Hunter Davidson finished with 22 for Huntsville. Berryville is now 8-3 overall and 0-1 in conference play. Green Forest senior high boys lost to Rosebud 58-41 Friday night.  


Sports 12-20-19

The Berryville junior high girls defeated Pea Ridge 36-30 last night in Bobcat Gym. The junior high Lady Bobcats trailed 20-13 at halftime but Hannah Youngblood and Mia Thurman combined for six three’s to take a six point victory. Youngblood finished with 19 points on the evening and Thurman had 15. The Berryville junior high boys defeated Pea Ridge 43-27 in Bobcat Arena last night, Jake Wilson led Berryville with 25 points and the Bobcats are now 7-2. The Green Forest Tiger basketball teams will travel to Rosebud for an away conference game tonight and the Berryville Bobcats will host Huntsville tonight in Bobcat Arena. Josiah Price, the voice of the Bobcats will make the call on 107.1FM as Berryville will play their first conference game of the season. The Lady Bobcats look to improve on their 8-2 record against the Lady Eagles at approximately 6PM and the 8-2 Bobcats will play the nightcap game against the 7-3 Eagles. The sports schedule also includes the Berryville Bobcat Wrestling team traveling to Fayetteville, matches begin at 3p today and 8:30am on Saturday. And finally, good luck to the Berryville cheerleaders as the travel to Hot Springs today for state competition over the weekend. Fans are encouraged to line the Berryville square for a state sendoff at 4PM today.   


Sports 12-19-19

High School basketball always heats up this time of the year for the Berryville Bobcats as the 11th Annual Cornerstone Bank Holiday Hoops begins the day after Christmas. According to Berryville Athletic Director Brent Compton the tournament draws huge support from our local communities and businesses because it brings so many people to our area that normally would not be here. This year’s tournament has teams from Dumas, Dover, White County Central, Danville, Mountain View, Hamburg, Viola, and ESTEM. Compton went on to say that without Cornerstone Bank,  the Bobcat Booster Club, and the many businesses that support this tournament it would not be possible as most teams will stay in Eureka Springs hotels during the tournament. Fans are encouraged to come out to spacious Bobcat Arena for eight girls and boys senior high basketball each day December 26-28. Tournament brackets can be seen at kthsradio.com sports page. Coach Compton also added that first Berryville will host their first conference game of the year Friday night when they host Huntsville in Bobcat Arena. The Bobcats are 8-2 for the season and have steadily improved each game as expectations are on the rise for this team. The Eagles bring a 7-3 record to Berryville Friday night as it is always a great game between the two teams. The Berryville senior high girls will tipoff at approximately 6PM followed by the senior high boys game. Thursday’s basketball schedule includes the Green Forest junior high teams hosting Kingston in Fred Grim Gym and the Berryville junior high teams hosting Pea Ridge, boys will play in Bobcat Arena and the junior high girls will play in Bobcat Gym.  

  

Sports 12-18-19

The Berryville senior high boys basketball team is building a nice early resume as they continue their winning ways. The Bobcats defeated Springfield Hillcrest last night with a big third quarter, Berryville was down 22-19 at halftime and then Landon Chester put up four three’s in the third quarter to build a 15 point lead. Berryville went on to win by a score of 63-41. Chester finished with a game high 22 points, and Kade Davidson and Scotland Lucas had 13 each. The Bobcats are now 8-2 and will play their conference home opener this Friday in Bobcat Arena against Huntsville. Other high school basketball scores include Bergman senior high girls over Green Forest 58-27 and Bergman senior high boys over Green Forest 67-26.


Sports 12-17-19

The final games of the Green Forest senior high boys Holiday basketball tournament were completed Saturday night in Fred Grim Gym. Omaha defeated Green Forest 53-25 as the Tigers finished 1-2 for the tournament. Fayetteville JV defeated Lincoln going 3-0 to take the championship. The Berryville senior high Wrestling team had some outstanding results this past weekend at the Maumelle Invitational. Bobcat results included; Colton Record 1st, Dylan Sperduto 4th, Caleb Record 1st, Dominic Henry 1st, Brett Parsons 1st, and Carlos Escober 4th.Jennifer Martinez, a senior at Green Forest schools, has had a storied running career as a Lady Tiger that includes many district and state team and individual titles.  And Monday at Fred Grim Gym she signed her letter of intent to continue her education and running career at the University of Arkansas Fort Smith, Martinez will join the Lady Lions cross country team for the 2020-21 season.  Her parents are Sergio and Sonya Martinez. Congratulations to Jennifer Martinez.  

  

Sports 12-16-19

The National Finals Rodeo ten day competition concluded Saturday night in Las Vegas and our local cowboy Tyler Worley made his hometown fans proud.  Worley finished 9th in the last nightly team roping event, his run Saturday night included penalty time but moved him up to 4th place in the average standings for an outstanding ten day run. Tyler Worley is from Berryville and the son of Dewayne and Wendy Worley and his performance moved him up to 11th in the heeler’s world standings. Congratulations to Tyler Worley on an outstanding year!

The Berryville senior high boy’s basketball team picked up a couple of wins over the weekend. The Bobcats traveled to Cassville Friday night and found themselves down 12 points in the fourth quarter. Kade Davidson completed the comeback victory when he was fouled at the rim in the closing seconds and made two free throws for a 62-61 win. Landon Chester led Berryville with 22 points and Davidson finished with 19. Berryville defeated Aurora Saturday 64-44 as Weston Teague led the Bobcats with 15 points. Berryville is now 7-2 overall and will play at Springfield Hillcrest on Tuesday. Today’s basketball games between the Berryville junior high and  Ozark in Bobcat Arena have been cancelled and according to Green Forest Coach Kyle Farrar, the Tigers will host Eureka Springs beginning at 4p and include junior high girls and boys followed by the senior high girls and boys games in Fred Grim Gym. Check the schools facebook page for any updates.


Sports 12-13-19

The senior high boys Anstaff Bank 2019 Green Forest Holiday basketball tournament continued last night in Fred Grim Gym and the Tigers picked up a win over Lincoln. Green Forest trailed 15 to 14 after the first quarter but fought back to a 6 point lead at halftime and outscored the Wolves in the second half for a 57-46 victory. Championship games are set for Saturday and include; Lincoln against Fayetteville JV at 5PM and Green Forest will play Omaha at 7PM. The 5-2 Berryville Bobcats will travel to Cassville Missouri tonight and will travel to Harrison on Saturday as they play Aurora Missouri at 6PM on the campus of North Arkansas College.

12-13-19 Tyler Worley NFR update

The National Finals Rodeo eighth day performance results in Las Vegas last night included our home town cowboy Tyler Worley.  Worley finished 12th in the nightly team roping event, his run last night included penalty time but remained in seventh place in the average standings with only two nights of competition remaining  The competition runs through Saturday and can be seen nightly at 9PM on CBS Sports Network.  Tyler Worley is from Berryville and the son of Dewayne and Wendy Worley. 

  


Sports 12-12-19

The 2019 Anstaff Bank senior high boys Green Forest Holiday Basketball Tournament continues tonight in Fred Grim Gym. Omaha will play Fayetteville JV tonight at 5:30 and the Green Forest Tigers will play Lincoln at 7PM. Monday’s results included Omaha over Lincoln 75-57 and Fayetteville defeated Green Forest 72-18. Championship games will be played Saturday.

The National Finals Rodeo seventh day performance results in Las Vegas last night included our home town cowboy Tyler Worley with one of his best performances so far.  Worley finished third in the nightly team roping event and moved to seventh place in the average standings.  The competition runs through Saturday and can be seen nightly at 9PM on CBS Sports Network.  Tyler Worley is from Berryville and the son of Dewayne and Wendy Worley.


Sports 12-11-19

The Blue Eye Lady Bulldog basketball team was looking for payback against the Berryville Lady Bobcats last night in Bobcat Arena after Berryville took the Blue Eye Invitational championship last Friday by 13 points. The Lady Bulldogs took advantage of hot three point shooting in the second half and denied the inside game of Berryville to take a 58 to 54 victory. The Lady Bulldogs were led by senior Kohnnar Patton with 22 points and Riley Arnold with 15. Berryville scoring included seniors Jordon Estepp with 16 and Lexy Anderson 14. The Blue Eye senior high boys were hoping for the same result as the girls as Berryville defeated Blue Eye Saturday night for third place in the Forsyth tournament 45-38, but Berryville took advantage of home court and a big night for sophomore Dade Davidson who put up 24 points in a 62-52 victory over Blue Eye. Nathan Garnett fouled out scoring 23 points for the Bulldogs in the loss. Berryville is now 5-2 for the season. Other High school basketball scores from last night included the Green Forest Lady Tigers coming up short against Valley Springs54-34, the Eureka Springs Lady Highlanders defeated Yellville-Summit 38-25, Green Forest senior high boys lost to Valley Springs 71-33, and the Eureka Springs senior high boys lost to Yellville-Summit 45-25.   

  

  Sports 12-10-19

The Berryville and Blue Eye basketball teams will face each other for the second time in less than a week as the teams battled over the weekend in tournament play and will play tonight in Bobcat Arena. The Berryville senior high girls defeated the Lady Bulldogs Friday in the Blue Eye Invitational championship game 57-44 and the Berryville senior high boys defeated Blue Eye Saturday night for third place in the Forsyth tournament 45-38. Josiah Price, the voice of the Bobcats will be courtside tonight and will call the rematch on 107.1 KTHS from Bobcat Arena beginning with the senior high girls at approximately 6PM followed by the senior high boy’s game. Tonight’s basketball schedule also includes Green Forest hosting Valley Springs in Fred Grim Gym, games begin at 5:30 and include junior high boys, senior high girls followed by senior high boys. The National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas continued last night and our home town cowboy Tyler Worley moved up to third place in the team roping average standings.. Last night’s run included a gate penalty and a daily 10thplace finish but Worley has been very consistent and has worked his way up the standings with only 5 more days of competition left. The National Finals can be seen nightly at 9PM on CBS Sports Network.


Sports 12-9-19

The Blue Eye Lady Bulldogs and the Berryville Lady Bobcats faced off in the finals of the Blue Eye senior high girls invitational tournament Friday night, a repeat of last year’s championship game. The Lady Bulldogs held a 23-20 advantage at halftime but a big game from Berryville post Jordan Estepp denied Blue Eye pay back as the Lady Bobcats pulled away in the second half for a 57-44 victory. Estepp led all scorers with 26 points in the championship; Kohnnar Patton led Blue Eye with 19. The Berryville senior high boys won third place in the Forsyth basketball tournament Saturday night with a victory over Blue Eye 45-38; Landon Chester led the Bobcats with 13 points, Kade Davidson 9. The Green Forest senior high boys Holiday Tournament begins today in Fred Grim Gym, games include;  Omaha vs Lincoln at 5:30PM and Green Forest vs Fayetteville JV at 7PM and the Berryville junior high teams will host Huntsville in Bobcat Arena tonight. 

Tyler Worley (Son of Dewayne and Wendy Worley and Nephew to Freddie Worley) is competing in the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas this week. The top 15 competitors in the PRCA circuit qualified for the event and Worley made it as the #15 in the world.  He is doing very well out there this week.  He is a team roper (heeler) and is roping every night this week.  The NFR started last Thursday and will continue thru Saturday.  Tyler Worley currently sits in 5th place average standings. The National Finals Rodeo is broadcast on CBS Sports network at 9PM nightly.  


Sports 12-7-19

Good luck to the Cassville Wildcats football team as they return to the Class 3 Missouri state title championship game Saturday.  Cassville won back to back titles in 2008 and 2009 and will play Odessa High School at Columbia on the University of Missouri Campus.  The 12-2 Wildcats defeated defending champions Trinity Catholic last week 13-0 as the whole town of Cassville has rallied support for this year’s title run.  Cassville head football Coach Lance Parnell said the theme throughout the playoffs has been one more week, now all that is left is a state title.  Good luck Wildcats!


Sports 12-6-19

The championship rematch is set in the senior high girls Blue Eye Invitational basketball tournament as Blue Eye and Berryville won their semifinal games last night. The host team Blue Eye Lady Bulldogs defeated Forsyth 71-62 and advance to tonight’s championship game at 7:30PM against the defending champions Berryville. The Lady Bobcats defeated Hollister last night 41-30. Berryville scoring included Lexy Anderson with 16, Jordon Estepp 12, and Lilli Compton 8. Berryville and Blue Eye senior high boys will play semifinal games tonight in the 59th Annual Forsyth tournament. The Berryville Bobcats will face Strafford at 6PM and the Blue Eye Bulldogs will play the host team Forsyth at 7:30PM. Championship and third place games are schedule for Saturday evening. Tonight’s basketball schedule also includes Green Forest traveling to Mountain View. The Cassville Wildcat football team will make a return trip to the Class 3 Missouri State championship game Saturday at 11am. Cassville won back to back titles in 2008 and 2009 and will face 14-0 Odessa High School at Columbia Missouri on the University of Missouri campus.  



Sports 12-5-19

The Green Forest senior high boy’s basketball team played their third game in a row last night. Monday the Tigers defeated Cotter 57-55 in the first round of the Omaha Border Classic. Tuesday the Tigers lost a home game to Marshall in a tough back and forth battle, and last night the Tigers played a second round game in the Omaha Border Classic against The New School. Green Forest fell behind early in the first quarter and ran out of gas in a 78-28 loss. The Tigers are now 1-4 on the season and will travel to Mountain View on Friday. The Blue Eye Invitational senior high girl’s basketball tournament continues tonight. Semifinal games include the Berryville Lady Bobcats against Hollister at 7PM and the host team Blue Eye Lady Bulldogs against Forsyth at 8:30PM. And congratulations to senior Lady Bulldog Kohnnar Patton as she signed her letter of intent to play college basketball with Evangel University yesterday. Kohnnar’s storied high school career includes eclipsing 1000 points in her junior year and leading Blue Eye to a 21-7 record last year that included a district title and going 7-0 in the Southwest Central League. She was surrounded by family, friends, coaches, and teammates in a ceremony held in the Blue Eye gym yesterday including her parents Steve and Tamara Patton. 



Sports 12-4-19

The Green Forest senior high girls basketball team looked to post their first victory of the season against Marshall in Fred Grim Gym last night and junior Maddie Youngblood had the hot hand as the Lady Tigers raced out to a 7 to 0 lead. Youngblood had 11 first quarter points but Marshall managed a 15 all tie at the end of the first quarter. Marshall went on an 8 to 0 run to start the second and never looked back as they defeated Green Forest 61-33. Maddie Youngblood finished with 15 points in the loss. The Green Forest senior high boys battled Marshall in the night cap game that went back and forth all night. The Tigers trailed by four midway through the fourth quarter but Marshall closed with a big run and a 60-46 victory. Green Forest scoring included Coby Rincon with 15, Jordon McCloud 14, and Daniel McDonald 11. The Green Forest junior high boys defeated Marshall 39-36 in the opening game of the evening. The senior high Tigers will resume play in the Omaha Border Classic tonight as they face The New School in a second round game beginning at 8:30PM.     



Sports 12-3-19

The Green Forest senior high boy’s basketball team got their first victory of the season against Cotter 57-55 last night in the Omaha Border Classic. Cotter defeated the Tigers in November but Green Forest led 32-26 at halftime last night and held on for the two point victory. The Tigers will play a round two game Wednesday at 7PM against Lead Hill. The Lady Tigers lost to the host team Omaha 56-28 in their first round game. The Berryville senior high boys defeated Reeds Spring 54-37 in the first round of the Forsyth tournament. Landon Chester and J.D. Smith led the Bobcats with 14 points each. The Berryville senior high Lady Bobcats defeated Hurley 67-15 last night in the first round of the Blue Eye Invitational. Lexi Anderson led Berryville with 12 points. The Berryville junior high teams traveled to Pea Ridge last night, the junior high Lady Bobcats won 26-20 led by Hannah Youngblood’s 18 points and the junior high boys lost by 4 points in overtime to Pea Ridge. Tonight’s high school basketball schedule includes the Green Forest Tigers hosting Marshall in Fred Grim Gym. Andy Dean, the voice of the Tigers will be courtside to make the call on KTHS 107.1FM beginning with the Lady Tigers at approximately 6:30.

  

Sports 12-2-19

Senior high boys and girls basketball teams compete in area tournaments tonight. The Berryville Lady Bobcats are the defending champs of the Blue Eye Invitational and play a first round game against Hurley tonight at 6PM. The host team Blue Eye Lady Bulldogs will play their first round game on Tuesday December 3rdat 6PM against Glendale. The Berryville senior high boys basketball team will also travel to Missouri tonight. The Bobcats will play in the 59th Annual Forsyth tournament at 7:30PM against Reeds Spring. The Blue Eye Bulldogs will play their first round game against Hollister on Tuesday December 3rd at 7:30PM. And the Green Forest senior high girls and boys will play in the annual Omaha Classic.  The Lady Tigers will play a first round game against the host team Omaha on tonight at 7pm, and the Green Forest senior high boys will play against Cotter beginning at 5:30PM. Good luck to all of our area high school basketball teams.



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