Bentonville Endures

Tigers Headed To Championship Game Again

Posted: November 25, 2012 at 5 a.m.

Nate Gneiting, Bentonville senior wide receiver, catches a touchdown Friday at Tiger Stadium.

It just wasn’t the typical Bentonville football victory Friday night. The Tigers’ offense, which normally prides itself in how well it hangs onto the ball, fumbled four times and lost two of them when it could have put Fort Smith Southside away.

That Figures

3 — Consecutive state championship appearances for Bentonville

7 — Tigers players with at least one catch Friday

41 — Carries for tailback Tearris Wallace, a career-high

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