Week 3 Results: Fordyce trips up Monticello

Alma takes a lump at Poteau, losing to a team conference rival Greenwood had beaten before with four starters suspended. Huntsville takes the air out of Yellville-Summit's sails.

McGehee

18

 

Crossett

30

Ray Charles Tucker 24 runs for 168 yards and two TDs 

Fordyce

14

Jimmy "Red" Parker wins first game at school in more than 40 years

Monticello

13

 

Vilonia

38

Justin Shaw 14 carries for 129 yards and Eagles build 24-0 halftime lead

North Pulaski

12

 

Stuttgart

21

Steve Allmond calls the signals, runs for 115 yards on 22 totes

Marianna

0

 

Dollarway

34

 

White Hall

45

Ben Roberts, Kory Smith and L.J Humphrey among Bulldogs who score 

Batesville

27

Kyle Francis 12-of-16 for 168 yards and two Pioneers touchdowns

Morrilton

6

 

Beebe

0

 

Pulaski Oak Grove

28

Darren McFadden 13 carries for 153 yards; Travis Rogers scores twice 

Paragould

27

Rams start nine drives, on average, at the Trumann 36

Trumann

6

Wildcats outgain Paragould, 269-121

Marion

28

Patriots 2-1 for first time this century

East Poinsett Co.

22

 

Jonesboro Westside

13

Matt Garland 11 rushes for 121 yards

Nettleton

14

Aaron White scores all 14 points, runs 27 times for 99 yards

Wynne

41

Brian Johnston scores three times and Akeyon Reed adds two TD runs 

Newport

13

 

Nashville

8

 

Arkadelphia

24

Jaranimo Banks returns interception 65 yards, catches two TD passes 

Hope

12

 

Prescott

47

Zach Martin throws for 190 yards and three touchdowns 

Mena

11

 

Hot Springs Lakeside

21

Rams have not lost to Bearcats since 1990

Pulaski Robinson

35

Joe Mason atones for early fumble with eight carries for 91 yards, 3 TDs 

Lonoke

12

 

Booneville

45

Bearcats up 87-0 on three opponents; Jeremy McDonald 8 runs 179 yards

Clarksville

0

 

Poteau, Okla.

14

Zane Johnson and Lance Sconyers each score on one-yard runs

Alma

9

Kyle Arnold scores lone Airedales touchdown

Greenbrier

7

 

Atkins

19

Chuck McCoy runs 18 times for 130 yards 

Huntsville

28

Zane Trichel 29-154 and 2 TDs; Bracken Thompson 12-of-22 232, 2 TDs

Yellville-Summit

9

 

Ozark

14

Chaz Holderman shocks Panthers with 7-of-10 passing for 123 yards, TD 

Siloam Springs

7

 

Highland

0

 

Berryville

22

Bobcats get first non-conference shutout since 2001 win over Elkins

Paris

24

 

Farmington

36

Jesse Shelley racks up 197 yards on 37 carries, scores two TDs

Gentry

21

 

West Fork

26

T.J. Rennie 13 rushes for 139 yards, including 70-yard TD run 

Gravette

29

Gary Scantlin 11 carries for 83 yards and two touchdowns 

Subiaco Academy

7

 

Greenland

20

Pirates do all their scoring in first quarter; Andy Wesolosski throws for 206

Lincoln

2

 

Prairie Grove

21

 

Dover

44

Brent Race 4-of-4 passing for 76 yards and runs for 69 on four carries 

Shiloh Christian

33

Nathan Emert 15-of-25 for 309 yards and four TDs; Brady Arthur 7-129 rec.

Dardanelle

0

 


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