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TIGER STADIUM - Tonight
Bentonville High School News

TIGER STADIUM Game Day Reminders GATES open 1 hour before kickoff ADMISSION $5 Adult $3 Students AAA Passes Season Passes (All Sport Passes/Jungle Passes/Senior Citizen Passes/Athlete Passes) *RUMBLE in the OZARKS* - TICKETS $5 RESERVED SEATING (Bentonville Athletic Booster Club) BLACK SEATS GOLD SEATS NO OUTSIDE FOOD or DRINK NO PETS (with the exception of Service Animals) NO RE-ENTRY NO TOBACCO (including E-cigarettes) PARKING LOTS RESERVED/HANDICAP - Stadium Parking Baseball/Softball Complex Soccer/Track Complex Barker Middle School Bentonville High School (No Parking along 18th St / J St) TIGER STADIUM 1702 SE J ST BENTONVILLE, AR 72712 GO TIGERS ...

9/6/2019

TICKET INFORMATION
Bentonville High School News

TIGER NATION 6:00 GATES OPEN - 7:00 KICKOFF v. Conway *NEW* Ticket Options available tonight @ Tiger Stadium $150 ADULT ALL SPORT Pass $30 STUDENT ALL SPORT Pass $50 FOOTBALL Pass Or $5 Adult / $3 Student ...

9/6/2019

Game Day at Tiger Arena
Bentonville High School News

The Lady Tigers are coming into today’s game with a 1-0 start after beating Siloam Springs on Thursday Night. Looking to use some of that momentum as they face off with Carl Junction’s Lady Bulldogs. JV at 12 PM Varsity at 1 PM...

8/31/2019

BHS Tiger Coaches Show Debuts Tuesday Night!
Bentonville High School News

Join us at Raisin' Canes (1402 S. Walton Blvd.) on Tuesday for the first BHS Tiger Coaches Show of the school year! The show will begin at 6 p.m. and Tiger Fans are encouraged to join us and share your Tiger Pride! The show will also air live on the Tiger App and Website. We hope to see you there and Go Tigers! ...

8/26/2019

2019 VYPE Arkansas Bentonville West Wolverines Preview
Bentonville West High School News

Coach Bryan Pratt faced the challenge of starting a team from scratch at a new high school a few years ago and has done nothing but excel since Day 1. Bentonville West advanced to the state semi-finals last season and the team is looking to take the next step to the state championship this year. The Wolverines have no intention of letting the 2019 season be a rebuilding year. Bentonville West has experience returning at the signal caller position. Dalton McDonald saw action last season when Will Jarrett was dealing with injuries. McDonald played well in the action he saw, passing for over 1,200 yards and 13 touchdowns. McDonald had an impressive performance against Springdale last season passing for 200 yards and 2 touchdowns. Keeping McDonald healthy will be key to the Wolverines having a big season. The running back position will be a backfield by committee type of situation for the Wolverines. Pratt and the Wolverines have a good power running back option in Jonas Higson. Higson will get the hard-fought yards and does not shy away from contact. Three other backs will also see snaps during the year. Hunter Coggin, Carlos Hall, and Nick Whitlatch are all going to get carries, as Pratt and the Wolverines look for a consistent running back. The Wolverines have an unheralded, but talented receiving corps. Stephen Dyson is the main target for Wolverines quarterbacks. Dyson had offseason surgery but should be ready to start the season and make plays for Bentonville West. Nolan Schmidt is a physical wide receiver that has impressive hands and is a solid blocker for his teammates down the field. The receiving corps will be a group that improves as the season progresses. The defensive unit was excellent for the Wolverines in 2018. The Wolverines surrendered only 24 points per game last season and are looking to have another dominating year defensively. The defensive line is a unit for Bentonville West fans to keep an eye on this season. Landon Woolridge will hold a defensive tackle spot going into the 2019 season and he has the potential to use his quickness to disrupt the offensive backfield. The defensive line, much like the receiving corps, a group that will continue to improve as they get more playing time under their belt throughout the year. Bentonville West will lean heavily on a very talented linebacking corps. Jonas Higson is going to be a busy man, playing on both sides of the ball and dealing hits at the middle linebacker spot. Josh Poyfair is another player that Bentonville West fans will want to keep an eye on this season. Pratt has some hard hitters and smart players at the linebacker spots and this will be a fun group to watch on the defensive of the ball in 2019. The Wolverines' secondary is led by Maddux Thornton. Thornton was an all 7-A West standout last season and plays with fierce intensity. Thornton racked up 90 tackles and picked off 2 passes last season. Thornton will likely be playing on Saturdays in 2020. Brandon Humes will be depended upon to be a lockdown cornerback and take away the opposing team's best receiver. Bentonville West has some question marks, but they are a talented group and should make the playoffs again this season. Match ups will play a huge factor on how far the Wolverines advance but this should be another fun season for Bentonville West fans....

8/26/2019

Bentonville West Works To Reload
Bentonville West High School News

CENTERTON (KFSM) - No one wants to have to start over, least of all a program that’s entering it’s fourth year of existence. So that’s not Bentonville West’s plan. "We don’t change what we do, we’ll still be explosive on offense, still be a big play offense." That's head coach Bryan Pratt, fresh off the school's first playoff win in 2018. Still, when you lose the likes of Jadon Jackson, Will Jarrett, and Tyrese Smallwood to graduation, it can't go unacknowledged. "Obviously we lost Jadon, he was big part of our offense and kind of the face of the football program these last few years," admits senior Nolan Schmitt. "So there’s pressure on our offense to step up and replace the role that he’s had on this team." Jonas Higson, who will shoulder the new load at running back, doesn't think much has to change. "Still pretty good, still a fast offense, lot of run and gun, kind of keep it the same as we have all year even though we’ve lost a lot of talent." And now, the most experienced Wolverines can be found not at the skill positions, but in the trenches, says senior AJ Smith. "I think the focus has definitely changed from skill to just any and all linemen on our team. There's more pressure on us, because we pretty much all come back." "It’s really a strength of our offense," adds Schmitt. "They’re able to run block really well, pass block really well, and it all starts with them." West isn't not looking to change their identity, and the goals remain lofty and local, says Schmitt. "Definitely win a state championship, and beat Bentonville. last few years, we’ve come real close and fallen short each time. But I think this year we’ve definitely got a really good shot and we’re gonna win." The Wolverines haven't lost to a 7A-West school other than Bentonville the last two years. In both of those seasons they finished conference runner-ups. Getting back to those heights will be a challenge, but the Wolverines believe they have re-tooled to go even further. It all gets going August 30th when they host Owasso....

8/24/2019

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