Alma 40, Huntsville 3
Keagan Rosebeary ran for two first-quarter touchdowns as Alma rolled past Huntsville.
Rosebeary scored on runs of 20 and 6 yards to give the Airedales (5-5, 5-2) an 13-0 lead. Landon Brown threw to Grayson Bailey for touchdown passes of 27 and 26 yards in the second quarter, then hit Payton Canfield for a 16-yard touchdown pass in the third quarter.
Alma will open the Class 5A state playoffs next week at Pulaski Academy.
Morrilton 42, Clarksville 21
Jacolby Criswell threw for 256 yards and three touchdowns to help Morrilton defeat Clarksville and earned the No. 2 seed from the 5A-West Conference.
Xaviar Clemons had 20 carries for 120 yards and three touchdowns for the Devil Dogs.
Berryville 43, Green Forest 6
J.D. Smith threw for 176 yards and two touchdowns and ran for two more as Berryville ended its season with a home win over Green Forest.
Kooper Logan ran for one touchdown and hauled in a 60-yard touchdown pass from Smith, while Scotland Lucas had a 71-yard touchdown reception. Christian Lemus had the Bobcats' other score on a 37-yard touchdown run.
Gentry 26, Gravette 0
Brandon Atwood threw for three touchdown passes as Gentry blanked Gravette and clinched a berth in the Class 4A state playoffs.
Atwood hit Beau Tomlin with a 20-yard touchdown pass, then fired a 44-yard touchdown pass to Peyton Wright for an early 14-0 cushion. He hit Wright again for a 4-yard touchdown pass in the third quarter, while Zach Jarnagan completed the Pioneers' scoring with a 62-yard touchdown run.
Atwood finished with 153 yards on 10 of 20 passing, while Jarnagan had seven carries for 140 yards for Gentry, which travels to Mena for a first-round playoff game next week.
Booneville 47, Cedarville 12
Bearcats quarterback Evan Schlinker threw two touchdowns passes to break a 43-year-old school record for passing touchdowns in a season and lead Booneville to the easy win in the regular-season finale.
Carson Ray also ran for two touchdowns and two two-point conversions for the Bearcats (10-0, 7-0). Schlinker connect with Michael Hesson on a 56-yard touchdown strike on the first play from scrimmage and added a 17-yarder to Ethan Dobbs to give Booneville a 20-0 first-quarter lead for his school record 13th passing touchdown of the season.
Gabe Fennell also returned an interception 68 yards for a touchdown for Booneville, which will host Baptist Prep in the first round of the playoffs next week.
Mansfield 49, Paris 13
Quarterback Ethan Stovall threw for 360 yards and five touchdowns to lead the Red Tigers to the big 3A-1 Conference win.
Stovall also ran for a touchdown as he accounted for six of Mansfield's seven scores. Receiver Tyler Holmes also had a big night with six catches for 150 yards and three touchdowns.
Charleston 31, Lamar 6
Brayden Ross threw for three touchdowns and also set up a score with an interception to help the Tigers pull away for a big 3A-1 Conference win in the regular-season finale.
Charleston (6-4, 4-3) led Lamar 17-6 at halftime and scored two more touchdowns in the second half. Ross, who plays both quarterback and defensive end, picked off a pass in the second half and returned it to the Lamar 25.
Greenland 41, West Fork 6
Levi Vaughn ran for one touchdown and passed for another as the Pirates clinched a playoff berth in the 3A-1 Conference.
Vaughn rushed for 94 yards on 10 carries and was 3 of 8 passing for 42 yards and another score. Three different Pirates rushed for more than 75 yards in the win.
Greenland (6-4) will travel to Harding Academy next week in the first round of the Class 3A playoffs.
Magazine 21, Western Yell County 0
The Rattlers jumped to a 19-0 halftime lead and cruised to the 2A-4 Conference win.
Magazine advances to the playoffs as the No. 3 seed in the 2A-4 and will play host to Carlisle.
Hackett 46, Johnson County Westside 14
It was all about the Hesters Friday night as the Hornets locked down a playoff berth from the 2A-4 Conference.
Senior Brady Hester was 3 for 4 passing for 101 yards and ran for 73 yards and three touchdowns, but he had to share family spotlight with two brothers and a cousin.
Sophomore brother Avery Hester had one catch for 50 yards, freshman brother Peyton Hester had 91 yards rushing on 12 carries and a touchdown, and cousin Cogan Hester had 29 yards on eight carries for Coach Lonnie Hester's Hornets.
"I put in the 'Hester Package' late in the second quarter," Lonnie said. "I wasn't passing on that opportunity to put them all out there at the same time."
Pacey McBride had 67 yards on four carries for the Hornets, and Weston Winters added 67 yards on seven carries and a touchdown. Fischer Shipman added a 39-yard pick-six for Hackett.
Hector 26, Mountainburg 22
North Little Rock 34, Cabot 7
It wasn't what the second-winningest Arkansas high school football coach wanted from the final game of his career, but he accepted it with grace.
Shortly after the North Little Rock Charging Wildcats' victory over the Cabot Panthers at Charging Wildcat Stadium completed Mike Malham's 38th and final season as head football coach at Cabot on Friday night, Malham said his time had come.
"It's been fun," Malham said. "Everyone's been great. I was in a very supportive town, but I've done this for a long time. It's someone else's turn."
Malham's career victories total stands at 301, second most among Arkansas high school coaches to former Barton coach Frank McClellan. Cabot won state championships under Malham in 1983 and 2000, with runner-up finishes in 1997, 1998, and 2013.
North Little Rock (10-0, 7-0 7A-Central) led 14-7 at halftime on touchdown runs of 3 yards by senior running back Oscar Adaway and 9 yards by senior Tyler Day.
Junior running back Brandon Thomas' 36-yard touchdown run gave North Little Rock a 20-7 lead early in the third quarter. Thomas led all rushers with 150 yards on 15 carries.
Bryant 40, Conway 10
Bryant locked up the No. 2 seed from the 7A-Central Conference by locking down Conway on Friday night.
The Hornets' defense kept the Wampus Cats bottled up for most of the night while the offense generated more than 500 yards.
Latavion Scott rushed 21 times for 190 yards and 3 touchdowns for Bryant (8-2, 6-1), which led just 12-3 at halftime but used a 21-point outburst at the start of the second half to bust the game open. Ahmad Adams added 113 yards rushing on 9 carries and scored twice. Quarterback Austin Ledbetter came on in relief of starter Ren Hefley in the second quarter and went 5 of 13 passing for 105 yards.
The victory also gave Bryant a first-round bye when the Class 7A state playoffs begin next week. Conway is the league's No. 3 seed and will host Rogers in the first round.
Nashville 20, Bauxite 14 (OT)
Senior quarterback Tristen Jamison's 6-yard touchdown run in overtime lifted Nashville to a 20-14 7-4A victory over Bauxite in the regular-season finale for both teams Friday night at The Pit.
The outcome gave Nashville (8-2, 5-2 7-4A) a first-round home playoff game as the conference's No. 2 seed and denied Bauxite (8-2, 5-2) a share of its first conference championship since 2007.
An overflow crowd watched the teams finish regulation 14-14 after a scoreless second half. Nashville had a chance to win in regulation, but junior place-kicker Jhonny Pioquinto missed a 41-yard field-goal attempt as time expired.
Bauxite's overtime possession ended when senior cornerback/safety Levester Gillard intercepted a tipped pass in the end zone on second down. Jamison's game-winning run came on third down, when he faked a sweep around left end and kept up the middle.
Jamison completed 14 of 21 passes for 177 yards and 2 touchdowns (22 and 55 yards). The Scrappers added 162 rushing yards on 36 attempts.
The Miners finished with 254 total yards, including 182 rushing on 42 attempts.
Sports on 11/04/2018
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