Week 4 Notable Performances and Games

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


  • North Little Rock wide receiver K.J. Hill caught eight passes for 162 yards and three touchdowns in the Charging Wildcats’ 41-14 win over Cabot.
  • Junction City defensive end Jamario Bell had eight tackles, including five sacks, in the Dragons’ 68-8 win over Hermitage. The five sacks tie a school record.
  • Nashville wide receiver/defensive back LaMichael Pettway caught five passes for 73 yards and one touchdown on offense and had two interceptions returned for touchdowns on defense, accounting for three total touchdowns, all of which came in the fourth quarter of the Scrappers’ 38-21 win over Arkadelphia.
  • Highland wide receiver Deon Stewart caught four passes for 134 yards and one touchdown in the Rebels’ 55-33 win over Jonesboro Westside. He also had an interception on defense.
  • In that same game, Highland athlete Avery Johnson accounted for six total touchdowns and had 150 yards on 15 carries and 100 yards on four receptions, for a total of 250 yards on 19 touches.
  • Charleston quarterback Ty Storey completed 34-of-49 passes (69.4 percent) for 378 yards and five touchdowns in the Tigers’ 50-21 win over Danville.
  • In that same game, Charleston wide receiver Dylan Jones caught 13 passes for 176 yards and two touchdowns.
  • Lafayette County running back Tre Burks carried the ball 25 times for 331 yards and five touchdowns in the Cougars’ 42-36 win over Murfreesboro.
  • Rogers Heritage running back Joey Saucier ran for 296 yards and four touchdowns, including the eventual game-winner, in the War Eagles’ 40-35 win over Springdale.
  • In that same game, Springdale wide receiver Salvador Sandoval caught 10 passes for 159 yards and one touchdown.
  • Morrilton running back Terrence Minor ran for 225 yards and four touchdowns on 42 carries in the Devil Dogs’ 28-20 win over Greenbrier.
  • Gravette running back Cedric Duarte carried the ball 14 times for 223 yards and four touchdowns in the Lions’ 41-6 win over Lincoln.
  • Parkers Chapel running back Desmond Jackson had 219 yards and five touchdowns on 22 carries in the Trojans’ 46-30 win over Strong.
  • Hot Springs running back Clarence Floyd rushed for 205 yards and three touchdowns on 24 carries in the Trojans’ 24-7 win over Watson Chapel.
  • Shiloh wide receiver Matthew Solomon had an 85-yard kickoff return for a touchdown, 86- and 32-yard touchdown receptions, and a pair of two-point conversion catches.
  • Greenwood quarterback Reid Wheeler completed 20-of-23 passes (87.0 percent) for 283 yards and two touchdowns in the Bulldogs’ 52-31 win over Van Buren.
  • In that same game, Van Buren quarterback Jordan Barlow completed 22-of-33 passes (66.7 percent) for 410 yards and three touchdowns.
  • Star City running back Dajunn Harris had 12 carries for 189 yards and four touchdowns in the Bulldogs’ 48-23 win over Monticello.
  • Harding Academy running back Nate Dickson gained 171 yards and scored three touchdowns on 17 carries in the Wildcats’ 50-14 win over Atkins.
  • Pulaski Robinson running back T.J. Hammonds rushed 10 times for 174 yards in the Senators’ 49-14 win over Arkansas Baptist.
  • Sheridan running back Brandon Bennett gained 172 yards and scored one touchdown on 17 carries in the Yellowjackets’ 56-29 loss to Lake Hamilton.
  • Searcy running back Luke Dixon carried the ball 37 times for 155 yards and two touchdowns in the Lions’ 28-21 loss to Little Rock Central.
  • Pine Bluff Dollarway running back Keyshawn Williams had 164 yards and one touchdown on 15 carries in the Cardinals’ 44-0 win over Dumas.
  • Sylvan Hills quarterback Tra Doss had only 10 touches in the Bears’ 63-21 win over Mills, but half of them went for touchdowns. He was 5-of-6 passing for 180 yards and three touchdowns and he carried the ball four times for 66 yards and two touchdowns.
  • Games

  • Fort Smith Northside intercepted a pass in the end zone with 28 seconds left to preserve a 27-24 comeback win over Fayetteville, the No. 1 team in the state. The Grizzlies scored a touchdown and converted a two-point try to take a three-point lead with 1:48 remaining in the game, but the Bulldogs marched down the field, reaching the 4-yard-line before throwing the interception.
  • Fort Smith Southside defeated Bentonville 10-7 to drop the Tigers’ record to 0-4. It is the first time Bentonville has lost four consecutive games since the end of the 2005 season. The loss also snaps the Tigers’ 33-game conference winning streak.
  • Morrilton scored three fourth-quarter touchdowns to beat Greenbrier 28-20. The Panthers led 20-7 at the end of the third quarter, but the Devil Dogs’ 21-unanswered points proved to be enough for a comeback.
  • Rogers Heritage outlasted Springdale 40-35. The War Eagles led 34-21 late in the third quarter, but a pair of touchdowns by the Bulldogs put Springdale up 35-34 with 4:48 left in the game. Heritage responded with the eventual game-winning touchdown just 13 seconds later.
  • Junction City extended its winning streak to 30 games with a 68-8 win over Hermitage.
  • Charleston extended its winning streak to 19 games with a 50-21 win over Danville.
  • In a matchup of two undefeated teams, Nashville pulled away from Arkadelphia 38-21. The Badgers led 21-18 at the end of the third quarter, but Pettway’s two interceptions returned for touchdowns and one touchdown reception helped the Scrappers avoid the upset.
  • Andrew Hutchinson

    Andrew Hutchinson

    Sports Reporter at NWA Media
    Andrew Hutchinson is a multimedia sports reporter for NWA Media.
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    7 thoughts on “Week 4 Notable Performances and Games”

    1. Evan O’Dell caught 8 passed for 128 yards and 2 TD’s in Farmington’s loss to LR Christian. 2 week in a row with 100+ yards receiving and 2 TD’s.

    2. Jaylynn Dye wide receiver caught a 60 yard pass for touchdown 2nd quarter 4:10. Dye caught a 21 yard toss, 44 yard toss, which Spencer Rapid recovered in the end zone after Dye fumbled, and a 69 yard toss to Dye. Dye had six catches for 224 yards.

    3. NLR 9th grade beast #55 ATH #3 ATH #11 QB #40 ATH
      #55 – James Yancy JR.
      #3- Jalen Grizzley
      #11- David Chapple
      #40 – Dennis Carrol

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