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Division I Football Report: Week 8

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Henry Apple is a veteran sports reporter for the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. His primary beat is Bentonville and Bentonville West, as well as topics that include state schools and the Arkansas Activities Association. During the spring, he handles high school track in Northwest Arkansas. He is a lifelong Arkansas resident.
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Screen Shot 2017-10-18 at 11.26.56 AMBentonville High

One thing Bentonville wants to stress more these days is the need to score more points in the early stages of its games.

The Tigers (5-2, 4-0) had scored only three points during the first quarter of their first six games. That changed last week when Bentonville scored two touchdowns en route to its 49-21 win over Springdale High.

Nathan Lyons completed touchdown passes of 17 yards to Harrison Campbell and 64 yards to Kam'Ron Mays-Hunt in the first quarter. Lyons wound up career-high marks … Continue Reading ››

Division I Football Report: Week 7

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Scottie Bordelon is a sports reporter for NWA Media covering Springdale High and Springdale Har-Ber. He previously worked in Fort Smith, where his beat was Northside High School. He is a University of Arkansas graduate.
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Screen Shot 2017-10-11 at 1.30.34 PMSpringdale Har-Ber

Quick rebound needed following first loss

Har-Ber coach Chris Wood will be the first to say it: turnovers can be a killer in the 7A-West.

Through the first five weeks of the season, the Wildcats had protected the ball perhaps better than any team around. Har-Ber had just four turnovers in those five games – three games with zero miscues – but Friday in Bentonville, the Tigers forced four turnovers, leading to its 24-21 upset of the state’s top-ranked team.

Though Har-Ber has just eight turnovers … Continue Reading ››

Division I Football Report: Week 6

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Scottie Bordelon is a sports reporter for NWA Media covering Springdale High and Springdale Har-Ber. He previously worked in Fort Smith, where his beat was Northside High School. He is a University of Arkansas graduate.
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Screen Shot 2017-10-04 at 12.24.49 PMSpringdale Har-Ber Wildcats take 5-0 mark to Bentonville For the first time in school history, Har-Ber enters October at 5-0. The Wildcats grabbed their fifth win of the season to cap a successful September by scoring in all three phases at rival Springdale in a 56-14 win. Grant Allen accounted for 243 total yards and five touchdowns, Miller Herndon returned an interception 38 yards for a score, and Tevin Eckwood’s 85-yard kickoff return provided a jolt in Har-Ber’s 28-point second quarter. But perhaps more importantly, Har-Ber got its … Continue Reading ››

STATS: SPRINGDALE HAR-BER 49, ROGERS HIGH 0

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Scottie Bordelon is a sports reporter for NWA Media covering Springdale High and Springdale Har-Ber. He previously worked in Fort Smith, where his beat was Northside High School. He is a University of Arkansas graduate.
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Division I Football Report: Week 2

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Scottie Bordelon is a sports reporter for NWA Media covering Springdale High and Springdale Har-Ber. He previously worked in Fort Smith, where his beat was Northside High School. He is a University of Arkansas graduate.
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Springdale Har-Ber Wood pleased with Allen, offense’s efficiency Junior quarterback Grant Allen played his way toward the top of the Har-Ber record books Friday in the Wildcats’ opener at Fort Smith Southside. 'Efficient'Screen Shot 2017-09-06 at 3.57.55 PM was the first word that came to mind for coach Chris Wood when recalling Allen’s 370-yard, six-touchdown effort. Allen threw for the fifth-most passing yards in the school’s 12-year history and his six passing scores tied for second-most in a single game. “He did a really good job. I thought the guys caught the ball … Continue Reading ››

Class 5A-7A Football Notebook – Week 1

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Rogers High Coach Mike Loyd wasn't too concerned about the final score in last week's two-quarter scrimmage, but he's worked to correct several mistakes from the 7-3 loss at Russellville.

The Mounties started with six dropped passes in their first two offensive series and also gave up a pair of big plays on Russellville's final offensive series that lead to the only touchdown.

"We have a young football team and we'll get better," Loyd said. "A safety missed a call and didn't communicate. If they don't have their phones, they don't know how to communicate. It cost us even in a scrimmage.

"But we're … Continue Reading ››

Rogers High’s Horton earns Athlete of the Week honors

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Rogers senior Max Horton's performance in a 38-21 win over Springdale has earned him ARPreps.com's Athlete of the Week honors.

NWA Democrat-Gazette/BEN GOFF @NWABENGOFF Max Horton, Rogers qaurterback, looks for a receiver in the second quarter against Springdale Har-Ber on Friday Sept. 23, 2016 during the game in Whitey Smith Stadium in Rogers.
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Max Horton, Rogers qaurterback, looks for a receiver in the second quarter against Springdale Har-Ber on Friday Sept. 23, 2016 during the game in Whitey Smith Stadium in Rogers.
Horton, a 6-foot-2, … Continue Reading ››

Box Score and Recap — Bentonville West 26, Rogers High 22

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Henry Apple is a veteran sports reporter for the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. His primary beat is Bentonville and Bentonville West, as well as topics that include state schools and the Arkansas Activities Association. During the spring, he handles high school track in Northwest Arkansas. He is a lifelong Arkansas resident.
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Bentonville West coach Bryan Pratt wasn't ready to concede Friday night's game, even with Rogers High less than a yard away from a go-ahead and potential winning score. He didn't have to. The Wolverines, aided by back-to-back penalties, made a last-minute stand and claimed a 26-22 victory Friday at Tiger Stadium. One play after Kobe Anderson stopped Mounties running back Jeb Brain short of the goal line, Rogers was hit with a false start penalty. That was immediately followed by an unsportsmanlike conduct call that backed the ball up to the West 21 with under a minute remaining. Rogers threw an incomplete pass … Continue Reading ››

Box Score — Bentonville High 49, Rogers High 7

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Henry Apple is a veteran sports reporter for the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. His primary beat is Bentonville and Bentonville West, as well as topics that include state schools and the Arkansas Activities Association. During the spring, he handles high school track in Northwest Arkansas. He is a lifelong Arkansas resident.
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BENTONVILLE — Canaan Ross threw four touchdown passes, and Kam'ron Mays-Hunt caught three as Bentonville High celebrated Homecoming with a 49-7 rout of Rogers High in 7A-West Conference action Friday night at Tiger Stadium. Jacob Clark's 51-yard run on the first play set the tone for a fast start as Bentonville (6-2, 4-1) scored on its first five possessions and bolted to a 35-0 halftime lead, accumulating 398 yards total offense in the first half. Ross and Mays-Hunt capped the Tigers' opening drive with a 4-yard touchdown pass, then the two connected for a 75-yard scoring strike as one of three … Continue Reading ››