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10/19/2020

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Bentonville barges past Fayetteville by Rick Fires | October 17, 2020 at 7:50 a....

10/19/2020

Bentonville High School News

Join the staff of the Northwest Aransas Democrat-Gazette sports department as they tackle the prep sports issues of the day. https://soundcloud.com/user-7471480/prep-rally...

10/16/2020

Bentonville High School News

Fayetteville at Bentonville High Tiger Stadium KICKOFF 7 p.m. RECORDS Fayetteville 1-4, 1-0 7A-West; Bentonville 5-0, 2-0 ON THE AIR The game is live-streamed on each school's web site. BETWEEN THE LINES Bentonville has dominated the regular-season portion of this series, with a 55-14 rout of Fayetteville last year extending the Tigers' string to 14 straight games. ... Fayetteville finally opened conference play last week after games against Bentonville West and Rogers were called off, and the Purple'Dogs had to rally in the closing moments to defeat Fort Smith Southside. ... Fayetteville WR Isaiah Sategna, who has already drawn attention from Power 5 conference teams, had nine catches for 138 yards and 2 touchdowns in last week's win. ... Bentonville extended its conference win streak to 28 games with a 52-0 rout of Rogers Heritage last week. ... Tigers RBs Josh Ficklin and Sean Anderson have combined for almost 850 yards rushing and nine TDs. Anderson eclipsed the 100-yard mark last week, while Ficklin had three TDs. ... Bentonville's defense held Heritage 107 yards total offense and forced five turnovers (three interceptions, two fumbles). PLAYERS TO WATCH Fayetteville, WR Isiah Sategna (Jr., 5-11, 170), LB Kaiden Turner (Jr., 6-1, 217), CB Ryan Maxwell (Jr., 5-7, 140), DB Sebastian Rodriguez (Sr., 6-2, 190), WR Link Lindsey (Sr., 6-3, 180), Dylan Kittell (Jr., 5-9, 150), OL Hank Kelly (Sr., 6-3, 360), QB Bladen Fike (Jr., 5-11, 175), RB Kameron Ingram (Sr., 5-10, 175). Bentonville, QB Andrew Edwards (Sr., 6-3, 195), WR Chas Nimrod (Jr., 6-2, 180), WR Cade Foster (Sr., 5-9, 165), LB Cole Joyce (Sr., 6-0, 220), LB Keegan Stinespring (Sr., 5-11, 205), LB Zane Ochoa (Sr., 6-1, 190), Kolbi Crawford (Sr., 6-1, 160), K Logan Tymeson (So., 5-9, 155). HOOTEN'S RANKINGS Fayetteville is No. 12 in Class 7A; Bentonville is No. 2....

10/16/2020

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The 10/10/20 NCAA Initial Eligibility During COVID webinar for student athletes and parents is available HERE (http://fs.ncaa.org/Docs/eligibility_center/Webinar/PSA/2020/Recording_10102020.mp4?j=83463449&sfmc_sub=1116004001&l=7822357_HTML&u=726894924&mid=10892399&jb=2). Or, families can participate in the next one on 11/7. Athletes - NCAA Eligibility Center’s Student Webinar Students can register to join (https://pub.s1.exacttarget.com/twsfoikazja) on Saturday, November 7 at 2 p.m. Eastern (1pm CT in AR) for a discussion on these important initial-eligibility adjustments for COVID....

10/14/2020

Bentonville High School News

ROGERS -- It looked as though Bentonville High had wrestled the momentum away when it won the third set, but Rogers High turned the tables and earned a hard-fought five-set 6A-West Conference victory. The fourth set was all Lady Mounties and they pulled away midway through the fifth to claim the 25-20, 20-25, 19-25, 25-15, 15-12 win in King Arena on Tuesday night. Rogers coach Christina Lawrence said she talked a little bit about the opponent in the huddle following the third set. "I kind of focused a little bit on the other team," Lawrence said. "Bentonville, they just work hard every point. I made a comment saying they're playing like they're at home and taking way this opportunity from you because they're playing hard." "I think it really made the girls think and self-motivated to work harder, do the little things. We kinda get caught waiting to get points free from the other team. And this time I think we just stepped up and started to earn them.' Rogers, which is playing only its second match after being off for two weeks because of covid-19 quarantine, definitely responded. The Lady Mounties (8-4, 3-4 6A-West) jumped to a 12-4 lead in the fourth set and cruised to force a fifth. Bentonville forced a 9-9 tie in the fifth but Rogers came back to score the next two and went on to the victory. Gracie Carr led Rogers with 17 kills, while Abby Harris and Kate Miller chipped in seven each. Madison Rhea anchored the defense with 27 digs. Phoenix Bailey was also a force at the net with eight blocks. Bentonville coach Michelle Smith said her team showed some effects from a five-set win over Bentonville West on Monday. "That fourth set was kinda hard, they just sorta ran out of gas," Smith said. "Two nights back-to-back and going to five. But in the fifth the fire came alive again. Honestly, we talked about it as a team. Defense carried the load tonight and our offense needs to go back to the drawing board." Trinity Hamilton led Bentonville (10-6, 4-6) with a match-high 24 kills and 20 digs, while Maddie Lee and Gloria Cranney chipped in eight each. Jamie Myrick anchored the defense with 33 digs. Maddy Hughes dished out 46 assists and added 11 digs....

10/14/2020

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