The homecoming night of Arkansas 2015 quarterback commit Ty Storey of Charleston went a lot better than the homecoming day of his future college team.
Storey, who took in the Razorbacks' 52-7 loss to South Carolina on Saturday, was 10-of-14 for 176 yards and two touchdowns and exited early again as the Tigers downed Atkins 35-14 on Friday.
Storey is now 25-of-29 passing in his last three games – all blowouts – as Charleston (6-0) remains unbeaten.
He is 106-of-150 for the season for 1,404 yards with 15 touchdowns and only three picks.
"Ty is playing great, but he is his own harshest critic," Charleston head coach Greg Kendrick said. "I like that about him and that is why he just keeps getting better and better - he just keeps pushing himself.
"He is the first and last one in the weight room, the last one out of the film room and the last one off of the field," Kendrick added. "He is a great leader and a great quarterback."
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Other Razorback pledges and prospects and how they fared on Friday night:
• Arkansas 2014 QB commit Rafe Peavey of Bolivar, Mo., had yet another big night as he was 9-of-15 passing for 215 with two TDs and also rushed for 52 yards and a score in a 35-0 win over Logansville-Rogers.
Peavey's team is now 7-0 this season.
• Bentonville tight end and Arkansas 2014 pledge Jack Kraus had two catches for 44 yards, including a 35-yard touchdown reception in his team's 35-6 win over Rogers.
• El Dorado DT and 2014 Razorback commit Bijhon Jackson had five tackles, two for lost yardage in his team 23-20 loss to Texarkana.
• Springdale Har-Ber defensive tackle Josh Frazier had six tackles and one sack while Wildcats DE Jake Hall also had six tackles and 1.5 sacks as the Wildcats downed Van Buren 43-6.
Junior DT prospect Ricky Dobbins added three tackles in the game for Har-Ber.
• Arkansas K commit Cole Hedlund's Argyle team was off this weekend, but he has seven field goals and 37 PATs so far this season.
• A pair of Razorback 2014 defensive targets in the Fort Pierce (Fla.) Central linebacker Sharieff Rhaheed and defensive end Rashawn Shaw have been selected to play in the Nike Miami-Dade vs. Broward All-Star game.
Central beat Mandarin 31-27 on Friday night to move to 7-0 this season.
• North Little Rock junior wide receiver K.J. Hill had 10 catches for 143 yards and one TD catch of 40 yards and also rushed six times for 24 yards in the Charging Wildcats' 30-6 win over Jonesboro.
• Nashville junior WR Le'Michael Pettway – who already has a Nebraska offer - had five catches for 240 yards with three TDs of 74, 48 and 40 yards and also picked off a pass as the Scrappers downed Arkansas Baptist 56-20.
• Fayetteville junior TE C.J. Grady had five catches for 74 yards and two TDs in his teams 28-27 win over Rogers Heritage.
• Nixa, Mo., junior tailback Alec Murphy had 10 carries for 256 yards and five TDs and went over 1,000 yards rushing this season during a 45-7 win over Ozark.
• A pair of Russellville seniors had big nights in TE Drew Smith (seven catches, 199 yards and trhree TDs) and WR Jalen Curtis (eight catches for 131 yards and a score) as the Cyclones whipped Little Rock Parkview 46-22.
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