1 — Offensive play needed for Bentonville to take a lead it wouldn't relinquish.
2 — Touchdowns by quarterback Kasey Ford (1 passing, 1 running)
3 — Field goals kicked by Tigers placekicker Hayden Moehring.
12 — Consecutive wins for Bentonville.
61 — yards gained on the trick pass play from Chase Hunter to Clay Barganier.
99 — Rushing yards by tailback Jacob Clark.
531 — Bentonville's total offensive yardage.
4,184 — Ford's career passing yardage.
Here are a few figures from Rogers Heritage's 43-22 loss at Pulaski Robinson on Friday:
3 — Turnovers by the War Eagles
2 — Penalties that resulted in Pulaski Robinson first down; touchdown passes by quarterback Jake Qualls and scoring catches by Collin Christian; Third downs converted and two-point conversions made by Heritage.
107 — Rushing yards by sophomore Dylan Qualls on just nine carries, including 54 on a late touchdown.
0 — Punts by Heritage.
7 — Tackles by senior linebacker Garrett Sheetz, including a sack.
94 — Passing yards by Jake Qualls.
57 — Offensive plays run by Heritage, compared to 49 for Pulaski Robinson.
ROGERS — Rogers High couldn’t seal the deal Friday night.
The Mounties took a 24-7 lead to the fourth quarter against Jefferson City, Mo. but the Jays reeled off 21-straight points to post a 28-24 victory. Jeff City quarterback Gunnar See was 15-of-16 passing for 199 yards and two touchdowns.
Rogers (0-3) had its best offensive output of the year as the Mounties finished with 392 yards of offense, including 323 on the ground. Rogers rushed for 212 yards in the first half while taking a 17-7 lead at the break.
SPRINGDALE — Senior running back Nic Roller ran for 330 yards and four touchdowns on 37 carries as Bixby, Okla., outlasted Springdale High for a 57-38 win to spoil the debut of the newly renovated Jarrell Williams Bulldog Stadium.
Bixby junior quarterback Tanner Griffin also had a big game, throwing for 304 yards and three touchdowns as the Spartans totaled 671 yards. Bixby kept Springdale at bay after breaking open a 22-17 lead at halftime by scoring two quick touchdowns early in the third quarter while Springdale idled without standout receiver Kyler Williams, who briefly left … Continue Reading ››
BENTONVILLE — There was nothing wrong with Bentonvile's start Friday night, and the same can be said about the Tigers' finish.
It was the middle part of its game against Tallahassee (Fla.) Rickards where Bentonville had a few problems.
After scoring touchdowns on their first two possessions, the Tigers (3-0) had three drives go inside the Rickards 20, but they had to settle for a pair of Hayden Moerhing field goals as they built a 20-0 halftime lead. They also lost the ball when tailback Jacob Clark had the ball stripped by a Raiders defender — one of three turnovers Bentonville suffered … Continue Reading ››
Springdale Har-Ber’s first road trip of the season was a rousing success.
Har-Ber erupted for three scores in the second quarter and rolled to a 37-7 victory over Conway Friday at John McConnell Stadium. The outcome was a reversal from last season when Conway won 31-15 at Wildcat Stadium.
Fuller Chandler threw two touchdown passes in the first half to help stake Har-Ber to a 24-0 lead. Chandler finished with 240 yards passing on 12 of 17 completions. The Wildcats (2-1) increased their lead to 37-0 before Conway (1-2) scored in the fourth quarter to avoid the shutout.
ROGERS — The fourth quarter belonged to Jefferson City, Mo. Friday night.
Jeff City scored 21 unanswered points the final 10 minutes, 19 seconds as the Jays rallied to defeat Rogers High 28-24 at Whitey Smith Stadium.
Rogers took a 24-7 lead with under a minute left in the third quarter but Jeff City scored on its last three possessions of the game. Jeff City quarterback Gunnar See hit Adam Huff for an 14-yard touchdown for the game winner with 2 minutes, 19 seconds left in the game.