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It’s Playoff Game Day!

Updated: Nov 28, 2014 11:40am

The playoff bracket looked to be set up for Booneville to face tradition filled Barton, Prescott and McGehee through Thanksgiving weekend. But that’s why they don’t play the game on paper.


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<p><strong>District golf match</strong>. Darby Beason pitches onto the number 3 green.</p>

Booneville Golf Teams Qualify For State Match

Sep 30, 2014 5:03pm

Booneville and Cherokee Creek Country Club played host to the District 1-3A golf match last week with the host schools finishing as the runner-up in both the boys and girls divisions.


<p><strong>Medal winners</strong>. Kaitlynn Ryan (from left), Kalyn Bryan, Aubrie Davis and Kia Yang medaled at Lavaca as the Magazine Sr. Girls won a cross country meet at Lavaca.</p>

Magazine Cross Country Hits The Road

Sep 30, 2014 5:02pm

The Rattlers travelled to Mansfield for the Tiger Invitational Saturday. They came home with mixed results.

The junior girls, minus top runner Lauren Ryan, finished 5th behind Van Buren,...

<p><strong>The Dozer.</strong> Carson Ray, who was nicknamed “The Dozer” by a PA announcer last year, runs for a big gain at Two Rivers in a 42-0 win by the Booneville Junior High Bearcats Thursday.</p>

Jr. Bearcats Have Little Trouble With Gators

Sep 30, 2014 5:01pm

Two Rivers got a first down on their first snap of the game in Ola against the Booneville Junior High Bearcats Thursday night.

That would be the extent of the Gator highlights as the...

<p><strong>Tournament runner-up</strong>. The Booneville Jr. Lady Cat volleyball team finished runners-up in the Jessieville Tournament last Saturday. Pictured are (front row) Kelsey Mikles, Tess Killian, Mariah Frost, Ashlee Slavey, Maddie Herrera, Paisley Templeman and Kaitlyn Fitzpatrick. (Back) Macy Geddes, Jordan Weaver, Aleeah Blansett, Haley Carter (All-Tournament), Melanie Hester (All-Tournament), Casey Townsend and Olivia Tomlin.</p>

Jr. Lady Cats Runner-Up In Tournament

Sep 30, 2014 4:59pm

Just two weeks ago the Booneville junior high volleyballers had a record of 2-5 and were searching for answers and an identity.

Something clicked and after a busy two weeks, the Jr. Lady...

<p><strong>Shadow?</strong> Booneville Shannon VanNortrick (10 in purple) chases Two Rivers’ Morgan Yates on this play Friday. VAnNortrick had 3.5 sacks as the Bearcats had a school record nine in the game.</p>

MMQB: Did Booneville Just Record Another Sack?

Sep 29, 2014 5:05am

If the final number in the year is a 4, being the quarterback on Monday morning is likely a lot safer than on Friday night.

Last Friday night the Bearcat defense recorded a school record...

<p><strong>Welcome back</strong>. Josh Smith scored four first half touchdowns to lead the Bearcats to a 49-12 win over Two Rivers Friday night at Bearcat Stadium.</p>

Smith Makes Immediate Impact

Updated: Sep 26, 2014 9:43pm

Playing his first game of the season, Booneville halfback Josh Smith accounted for 183 yards of offense in the first half and scored four touchdowns as the Bearcats opened a 35-12 lead over Two...

It’s Game Day!

Sep 26, 2014 5:06am

What do you get when you cross a Mustang, a Panther and an Indian? A Gator. That’s the mascot that was chosen at Two Rivers after consolidation of Ola, Plainview and Fourche Valley.


<p><strong>Wide open spaces</strong>. Brandon Ulmer (11) ran for 91 yards and a touchdown and threw for 28 yards and two touchdowns Tuesday.</p>

Bearcats Handle Gators

Updated: Sep 25, 2014 11:41pm

The Booneville Junior High Bearcats had the football seven times Thursday night in Ola. They scored on the first six and took a knee to run out the clock on the last one.

When it came to a...

<p><strong>One of three</strong>. Quarterback James Ray was one of three Bearcats to top 100 yards Friday night. Ray ran for 115 on 13 carries and scored a touchdown.</p>

Bearcats Run Over Baptist

Sep 23, 2014 8:06pm

A week removed from being shut out the Booneville Bearcat offense stormed through Arkansas Baptist for 569 yards in a 49-27 win in the home opener Friday night.

Justin Shackleford was the...

<p><strong>Double team</strong>. Greg Hyatt (75) and Billy Yang (28) team up for this tackle of a Hackett ball carrier Friday night at Diamondback Stadium. (Photo by LaWaynea Cox)</p>

Opportunities Slip Away For Rattlers

Sep 23, 2014 8:05pm

Down 6-0 midway through the second quarter at Diamondback Stadium Friday the Rattlers looked to have gotten a break but they were unable to capitalize and Hackett went on to a 33-0 Conference 2A-4...

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