Box Score with recap – Springdale High 27, Alma 26

For a second consecutive week, coach Zak Clark's Bulldogs have made enough plays to pull out tough roads wins. Springdale High is 2-0 for the first time since 2013 after Friday's 27-26 win at Alma. Quarterback Layne Hutchins, in just his second career start, was strong, completing 18 of 27 passes for 249 yards and a touchdown to running back Erick Mendez. Hutchins, interception free through two games, was very efficient and spread the wealth to six receivers in the win – five caught two or more passes. Kyler Williams led the way with four grabs for 84 yards, and Trevor Browning … Continue Reading ››

RAPID REPORT: Greenwood 56, FS Southside 34 (updated with stats)

The key to game was simple - the Maverick defense could not get off the field in the second half as Greenwood scored 35 points to blow open a close game. The Bulldogs (2-0) scored touchdowns on their first five possession in the second half and ran out the clock on the sixth. Greenwood, led by just 21-14 at halftime, gained 367 of its 657 total yards in the final two quarters of the game. Quarterback Connor Noland threw for 247 yards and pair of touchdowns while running for 100 yards and two scores. Running back Kenny Wood had 182 yards on … Continue Reading ››

RAPID REPORT: Springdale Har-Ber 54, Jefferson City (MO) 14

SPRINGDALE – Springdale Har-Ber put its collective foot on Jefferson City's throat Friday night at Wildcat Stadium in a 54-14 statement win. The Jays came in as the No. 3 team in Missouri's largest classification, but Har-Ber paid it no mind. The Wildcats rushed for 583 yards and five scores on the ground in the rout, led by Logan Collins' 229 on 21 carries. Trey Smith was strong as well, rushing for 136 yards and scoring four times, three on the ground. The Jays scored with 4:31 left in first half to cut their deficit to 17-14, but that was as close … Continue Reading ››

Rapid Report — Bentonville High 44, Bixby, Okla. 34

BENTONVILLE — Tyrell Lyons returned a fumble 32 yards for a touchdown, and Joe Britton's interception set up another late score as Bentonville High held off Bixby, Okla., for a wild 44-34 victory Friday night at Tiger Stadium. Bixby, the defending Oklahoma Class 6A-II champion, had made it a 30-27 game on Tanner Griffin's 34-yard touchdown pass to Nic Swanson on a trick play to end the third quarter. The Spartans then forced a Bentonville punt, but Lyons picked up Tucker Pawley's fumble and raced untouched for the score and extended the Tigers' lead to 37-27 with 9 minutes, 48 seconds … Continue Reading ››

RAPID REPORT: Shiloh Christian 44, LR Christian 42

Shiloh Christian coach Jeff Conaway planned on going for it on 4th and 4 with :24 seconds remaining in regulation. Instead, he called timeout and sent the field goal unit onto the field. Sophomore Pat Williams, who missed a 33-yarder earlier in the game, connected from 25 yards out to give the Saints a 44-42 victory. The Warriors (0-2) managed to get into field goal range with two quick completions, but Elliot Hankins’ 42-yard field goal attempt sailed a few feet wide left as timid expired. Jackson Bowersock threw for five touchdowns to lead Little Rock Christian’s attack. Connor Reece threw for … Continue Reading ››

RAPID REPORT: Russellville 28, Heritage 6

RUSSELLVILLE — Russellville scored all its points in the first half and defeated Rogers Heritage 28-6 on Friday at Cyclone Stadium.

Cale Fulsom threw two touchdown passes,including one with six seconds left before the half to put the Cyclones ahead 28-0. Heritage avoided the shutout on a 2-yard run by Ryan Foster with 4:03 left in the game. The extra point was blocked.

RAPID REPORT: FARMINGTON 43, HUNTSVILLE 0

Trey Waggle fired four touchdown passes to lead Farmington (1-1) to a mercy-rule win against Huntsville on Friday in nonconference action.

The Cardinals bolted to a 36-0 halftime lead as Farmington took advantage of Huntsville mistakes in the kicking game to score a pair of second quarter touchdowns.

Waggle finished the night 18-of-23 for 195 yards and four touchdowns without an interceptions. Junior WR Xavier Staton scored three touchdowns for Farmington.

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