Tigers Move On

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Henry Apple
November 17, 2012

Dollins Tosses Four Touchdowns In Victory

Reese Dollins faked the handoff, then drifted to his left. With no pressure on him, Bentonville’s quarterback had all the time he needed to find an open receiver.


Bentonville 42 West Memphis 0

Why the Tigers won

Quarterback Reese Dollins hardly felt pressure, and he threw for 170 yards and four touchdowns — three of them in the second quarter.

Why the Blue Devils lost

West Memphis’ first five offensive plays included an interception and a fumble, which Austin Haggard returned for a touchdown. Its offense never made it past the Bentonville 27 the entire game.

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john12040750 says...

Did you go to the game? Tearris Wallace controlled ground game for most of the first half and he isn't in the article.

November 17, 2012 at 2:45 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

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