Fayetteville 24, Muskogee (Okla.) 10

MUSKOGEE, Okla. — Fayetteville turned to the old bag of tricks at just the right time Friday night.

With the offense sputtering for much of the first half, the Bulldogs had a chance to build some breathing room just before intermission. And thanks to two plays of trickery, that’s just what Fayetteville did en route to a 24-10 win against Muskogee (Okla.) at The Indian Bowl.

Senior Dre Greenlaw got the Fayetteville drive going just before half, taking a reverse handoff and tossing a 42-yard, wide-receiver to wide receiver pass to Bruce Armstrong to set the Bulldogs up at the Muskogee 22. … Continue Reading ››

Week 3 Notable Performances and Games

Here are a few notable performances and games from the third week of the Arkansas high school football season. Are we forgetting anyone? Let us know by commenting below or tweeting us at @arpreps.

Performances

  • On Thursday, North Little Rock wide receiver K.J. Hill had 11 receptions for 146 yards and one touchdown and two carries for 15 yards and one touchdown in the Charging Wildcats' 45-24 win over Pine Bluff.


  • In that same game, North Little Rock running backs Fabian Lewis and D.J. Brown also had big games. Lewis ran for 150 yards and two touchdowns on 24 carries, while Brown … Continue Reading ››
  • Greenland 24, Gentry 15

    GENTRY — Greenland saved its best for last Friday night.

    The Pirates erased a 15-0 halftime deficit and dominated the fourth quarter to claim a 24-15 win over Gentry in nonconference football at Pioneer Stadium.

    Greenland (2-1) got two fourth-quarter touchdowns from junior quarterback Cole Self to shake off a dreadful first half.

    The Pirates, who did not make a first down in the first half, came up with a huge 13-play, 75-yard scoring drive in the fourth quarter to take the lead. Junior tailback Alex Sizemore did much of the work on the drive. But Self scored on a 2-yard keeper around … Continue Reading ››

    Bixby, Okla., 44, Springdale 20

    BIXBY, Okla. — Bixby junior Nic Roller ran for 150 yards and three touchdowns as the Spartans scored 21 unanswered points in the third quarter to turn a tight game into a 44-20 win Friday.

    Springdale (0-3) was in the game at halftime, trailing just 23-20, but key second-half injuries and a physical Bixby run game took their toll as the Spartans pulled away for a third straight win over the Bulldogs.

    Bixby threw the ball 57 times while mounting an improbable comeback for a 45-38 win at Springdale High last year. Friday night, the Spartans pounded the ball with Roller to … Continue Reading ››

    Week 3 Scoreboard

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    Thursday, Sept. 18

    North Little Rock 45, Pine Bluff 24 (FINAL)

    Friday, Sept. 19

    Alma 53, Harrison 16 (FINAL)

    Arkadelphia 35, Hot Springs 13 (FINAL)

    Ashdown 40, De Queen 14 (FINAL)

    Bald Knob 7, Riverview 0 (FINAL)

    Barton 61, Marked Tree 24 (FINAL)

    Bauxite 41, Jessieville 9 (FINAL)

    Bearden 44, Parkers Chapel 20 (FINAL)

    Benton 52, Greenbrier 32 (FINAL)

    Benton Harmony Grove 30, Magnet Cove 27 (FINAL)

    Bergen Catholic (N.J.) 21, Bentonville 10 (FINAL)

    Berryville 36, Green Forest 34 (FINAL)

    Bigelow 34, Danville 18 (FINAL)

    Bismarck 46, Cutter Morning Star 34 (FINAL)

    Bixby (Okla.) 44, Springdale 20 (FINAL)

    Blytheville … Continue Reading ››

    Bergen Catholic (N.J.) 21, Bentonville 10



    BENTONVILLE — Nunzio Campanelli would like to say the play Bergen Catholic called to score its final touchdown was done the way he had called it.

    It was nowhere close, but it didn’t matter. It still did what it was supposed to — put enough distance between Bergen and Bentonville.

    Corey Gaarn saw Emmanuel Appiah’s fumble roll into the end zone and picked up the loose ball just before it rolled out of bounds, and the team from Oradell, N.J., posted a 21-10 victory in Bentonville’s final nonconference game Friday night at Tiger Stadium.

    “Obviously, you tell your … Continue Reading ››

    Victory Christian (Okla.) 41, Shiloh Christian 27

    Victory Christian's duo of Keats Calhoon and Jacoby Hicks were too much for Shiloh Christian (1-2) in a 41-27 loss on Friday in Champions Stadium.

    Calhoon, a junior left-hander, hit Hicks 5 times in the second half for 252 yards and touchdowns of 80 and 92 yards as the Conquerors (3-0) rolled.

    Shiloh Christian sophomore QB Connor Reece passed for 316 yards and a pair of touchdowns in the loss.

    Read more about this game at nwaonline.com.

    Conway 31, Springdale Har-Ber 15

    Conway scored 31 consecutive points to overcome an early deficit and defeat Har-Ber 31-15 Friday night.

    A crowd of over 4,000 watched Har-Ber play its first game in its new $5.5 million stadium. The excitement on the home side continued when Har-Ber scored on its opening possession to take a 7-0 lead.

    It was all Conway (3-0) after that.

    “We told our kids it was probably going to take a series to get settled in,” Conway coach Clint Ashcraft said. “After that, we just started playing.”

    Conway quarterback Breylin Smith threw for 349 yards, including 10 catches for 167 yards and 2 touchdowns by … Continue Reading ››

    Week 3 Storylines

    North Little Rock started Week 3 with a 45-24 win over Pine Bluff in the "Bolding Bowl" between North Little Rock head coach Brad Bolding and Pine Bluff head coach Bobby Bolding Thursday night at War Memorial Stadium and 106 games will cap the week Friday night.

    To see a schedule of tonight's games, check out our Week 3 scoreboard. Scores will be updated periodically throughout the night.

    Here are some story lines to keep an eye on during Friday's games.

    Quarterback Showcase in Bentonville

    Bentonville quarterback Kasey Ford struggled last week, but he has a four-star rating and is the No. 13 … Continue Reading ››

    Kurt Voigt’s Week 3 Picks

    SN FEA BULLDOGS 9-6Each week Kurt Voigt, an Associated Press sports reporter, predicts the state's high school football games. Here are his picks for Week 3.

    Greenwood has another opportunity to once again show it belongs in any discussion about Arkansas' best high school football teams, big or small.

    The No. 5 Bulldogs (2-0), whose 50-game winning streak was snapped in last year's Class 6A semifinals against Pine Bluff, face their third straight Class 7A opponent to open the season when they travel to No. 6 Fort Smith Northside on Friday night.

    Greenwood … Continue Reading ››

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