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<p><strong>Picking Berry.</strong> Matt Berry ran 11 times for 212 yards and three touchdowns Friday night in a 48-25 win over Mansfield.</p>

Bearcats Outrun Mansfield, 48-25

Oct 25, 2014 1:27pm

Often during the 2014 season it has been the Booneville defense keeping the Bearcats in control of a football game. Friday night at Bearcat Stadium it was the offense.

With an improvised...

It’s Game Day!

Oct 24, 2014 10:11am

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<p>Vicky J. Parrish, Democrat Sports</p><p><strong>Tackle for loss</strong>. Brent Haney (13) makes one of his three tackles for a loss against Western Yell County in a game that was completed Saturday in Havana.</p>

Rattler Offensive Struggles Continue At WYC

Oct 14, 2014 5:01pm

Offensive woes continued for the Magazine Rattlers as they remained winless after losing 20-2 at Western Yell County in a game that was finished Saturday evening.

The Rattlers trailed...

<p><strong>Smothering defense</strong>. Austin Baker and Trent Wooldridge lead a charge to stop Lamar’s Jonathan Mayes behind the line of scrimmage Thursday.</p>

Jr. Bearcats Dominate Warriors, 43-6

Oct 14, 2014 5:00pm

At one point Thursday night at Bearcat Stadium the Booneville Junior High Bearcats had run the football three times and led the game 30-0.

They went on to beat the Lamar Warriors (3-2, 1-2...

Lady Cats Have Shot At Top Two Seed

Oct 14, 2014 4:59pm

Booneville’s volleyballers found the going rough against Mena and in last weekend’s Paris tournament. But in between, they won the one match they needed to, beating Lavaca in four sets on Thursday...

<p><strong>What’s the call?</strong> Booneville head coach Scott Hyatt talks with the lead official after Matt Berry was ruled short of the end zone on a fourth down reception and a flag was reportedly dropped and not pass interference.</p>

MMQB — Not Everything Is Predictable

Oct 13, 2014 5:05am

Less than impressive at times this season, but coming off a shutout of Danville, Booneville was actually picked by some notable organizations to lose Friday night in Lamar.


<p><strong>Hard to hold</strong>. Matt Berry ran for 161 yards and three touchdowns as the Bearcats took down previously unbeaten Lamar 36-12 Friday night.</p>

Berry, Bearcats Run Over Warriors

Oct 11, 2014 1:22am

Ruled short of the end zone on a fourth-down reception in the final minute of the first half, Matt Berry scored three third quarter touchdowns as the Bearcats opened a 29-6 lead at Lamar and went...

It’s Game Day!

Oct 10, 2014 5:05am

From Bearcats to Indians.

Step back exactly six years ago tonight and Scott Hyatt faced a team whose head coach was a Booneville High School graduate from the first time.

Colton Waters...

<p><strong>Touchdown!</strong> Carson Ray reaches the end zone just before halftime.</p>

Jr. Bearcats Smash Warriors, 43-6

Oct 09, 2014 11:03pm

The Booneville Junior High Bearcats scored 22 points in the span of 3:37 Thursday night and went on to bury the Lamar Warriors 43-6 at Bearcat Stadium.

Grant Rodatz started it with a 61-yard...

<p><strong>Running over</strong>. Bryson May (21) runs through a defender on the way to the end zone Friday. May scored four touchdowns on the night giving him a record-tying 58 touchdowns in his career. (Photo by Vicky J. Parrish)</p>

Bearcats Destroy Danville, 47-0

Oct 07, 2014 8:16pm

Booneville finally exploded Friday night and even the loss of quarterback James Ray couldn’t stop the 47-0 demolition of Danville at Bearcat Stadium.

The Bearcats held a 14-0 lead at the...

<p><strong>Time check</strong>. David Langford checks his stopwatch after crossing the finish line at the Arkansas Marathon Saturday in Booneville. Langford won the race but was 14 seconds short of qualifying for the Boston Marathon.</p>

Marathon Winner Just Short Of Qualifying For Boston

Oct 07, 2014 8:15pm

David Langford drove less than he ran to win the 46th annual Arkansas Marathon in Booneville Saturday.

Langford, 37, who hails from Charleston traveled about 16 miles to Booneville, then...

<p><strong>Extracurricular activity</strong>. Home school student Adam Toland logs a carry during the second half Friday night against Hector. (Photo by Lawaynea Cox)</p>

Rattlers Trying To Keep Heads Up

Oct 07, 2014 8:14pm

Magazine Rattler head coach Doug Powell wanted to stay positive after his team’s game against Hector Friday night at Diamondback Stadium.

That was a chore considering the Wildcats scored 36...

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