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<p><strong>Ground and pound</strong>. Booneville ran the football 73 times in a 42-30 win over Prescott Friday. Justin Shackleford had 12 carries for 81 yards and two touchdowns, including the go-ahead touchdown in the final quarter.</p>

MMQB — Did All Those Slow Starts Help?

Nov 24, 2014 6:06am

Maybe all those slow starts came in handy.

Going into Friday’s game in Nevada County, Prescott had not had an opponent play within 15 points, and that game reportedly only got that close...

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<p><strong>Nowhere to run.</strong> Greg Hyatt (75), Billy Yang (28) and Dallas Siddons (18) make a play during Friday’s 35-14 win at Decatur. (Photo by Lawaynea Cox)</p>

Rattlers Close Season With Win

Nov 11, 2014 5:12pm

The Magazine Rattlers traveled to Decatur with two goals in mind – send its seniors out with a win, and get one of them to 1,000 rushing yards.

Mission accomplished, on both fronts. The...

<p><strong>Four TD night.</strong> Grant Rodatz ran for three touchdowns and returned an interception for another score in a 39-6 win at Fort Smith Trinity Thursday night.</p>

Rodatz Scored Four Touchdowns In Perfect Season Capping Win

Nov 11, 2014 5:11pm

Two years ago in a mid-season game at Buck Wells Stadium, Grant Rodatz suffered a season ending elbow injury.

Thursday on the same field he scored four touchdowns as the Booneville Junior...

<p><strong>Awards</strong>. Eight Booneville LadyCat volleyball players earned postseason honors on the district or state level. Pictured from left are Alyssa Adair, 2nd team All-District; Hannah McClung, All-State and All-State Tournament; Ashdon Ross and Jaycie Rodatz, both 1st team All-District; Grace Farmer, All-State; Taylor Bauer, 1st team All-District; and Carley Wooldridge, 2nd team All-District. Not pictured is Kaitlynn Davis, 2nd team All-District.</p>

Two Earn All State In Volleyball

Nov 11, 2014 5:10pm

With the Booneville senior high volleyballers making the state tournament, it was expected that several players would be placed into consideration for post season awards, and so it came to pass....

Youth Movement Under Way For Hoops Squads

Nov 11, 2014 5:09pm

With youth, one might argue, comes excitement. If that is the case, then Booneville basketball fans are in for plenty of the latter.

Seniors are a hard thing to find on both senior high...

<p><strong>Sophomore contribution</strong>. Noah Gregory went 32 yards for a touchdown on this play Friday night. Gregory and Cole Inklebarger scored in the second half as the Bearcats topped the 50-point mark for the first time in three years.</p>

MMQB — Half A Hundred

Nov 10, 2014 6:05am

Shortly after Cole Inklebarger’s strip and score – it really wasn’t a scoop, the ball never hit the ground – the question was raised as to when the last time the Bearcats had last broken 50.

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<p>Playing his final home game Josh Smith ran for 133 yards and two first half touchdowns and caught a pass for 59 yards and another touchdown against Lavaca. The Bearcats led 41-0 at the half and won 54-8.</p>

Bearcats Punish Lavaca With Big Plays

Nov 08, 2014 12:33am

Booneville used the big play in battering Lavaca 54-8 on senior night at Bearcat Stadium Friday night.

Josh Smith scored on a 79-yard run and a 59-yard reception from James Ray, who was back...

It’s Game Day!

Nov 07, 2014 6:08am

Unlike the rest of the conference opponents on the Booneville schedule this fall, Lavaca has scheduled the Bearcats for a nonconference game recently.

The school scheduled a home-and-home in...

<p><strong>Missed me</strong>. Booneville Junior High Bearcat head coach Arron Kimes avoids the ice bucket in the final minute of Thursday’s win over Fort Smith Trinity that capped a perfect season.</p>

Kimes, Jr. Bearcats Finish Perfect

Nov 07, 2014 1:16am

With about 30 seconds left in the season finale Thursday an ice water bucket intended for Booneville Junior High head coach Arron Kimes missed.

Second and third attempts were more successful...

<p><strong>Champions clash</strong>. Bryson May ran for 162 yards and two touchdowns for the Bearcats in a 47-20 loss that pitted two defending champions against one another at Charleston Friday night. (Photo by Vicky J. Parrish)</p>

May, Cats Fall To Charleston

Nov 04, 2014 6:30pm

The most celebrated player on each roster Friday night in Charleston manned the quarterback position.

That was a problem for Booneville because Bryson May has been a three-year starter at...

Players, Coach On Watch Lists

Nov 04, 2014 6:29pm

LITTLE ROCK - Farm Bureau has announced the watch lists for the 2014 Farm Bureau Awards.

The Farm Bureau Awards honor Arkansas’ top offensive player, defensive player and coach of the year...

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