Week 3 Review
September 23, 2016
1. Fayetteville (3-0) defeated Dallas Bishop Dunne, 35-25
The Bulldogs wrapped up nonconference play undefeated, traveling to Texas. Taylor Powell therw for 315 yards and two touchdowns, and overcame three interceptions. Barrett Banister snared 10 passes for 67 yards and a touchdown.
2.Springdale Har-Bar (2-1) lost to Jenks OK, 44-22
Har-Ber didn’t fare as well on its out-of-town trip, losing in Oklahoma to powerhouse Jenks. Har-Ber led, 14-10, at the half.
3. Cabot (3-0) defeated Little Rock Fair, 41-0
The Panthers scored all of their points in the first half and coasted to the mercy-rule win. T.J. Rogers returned a punt for a touchdown.
4. North Little Rock (3-0) defeated Little Rock Parkview, 59-6
The Charging Wildcats scored on their first seven possessions and were never threatened. Savana Melton kicked a 38-yard field goal and hit all eight of her extra-point attempts.
5. Greenwood (3-0) defeated Alma, 35-12
The Bulldogs ran up a three-touchdown lead at the half and held off the Airedales. Kenny Wood, Marc Jones, Connor Noland and Luke Hales ran for touchdowns. Noland also threw a touchdown pass to Devin Gilbert.
6. Bentonville (2-1) defeated Conway, 16-7
The Tigers spotted Conway a 7-0 lead in the first quarter before rallying. Bentonville’s defense limited Conway to just 180 yards and 11 first downs.
7. Jonesboro (3-0) defeated Little Rock Catholic, 69-34
Backup quarterback Tyson Williams threw for 481 yards and seven touchdowns. Jonathan Adams caught seven passes for 265 yards and four touchdowns.
8. Pulaski Academy (2-1) defeated McCracken County KY, 56-14
Layne Hatcher threw for 338 yards and touchdowns to five different receivers. Jaren Watkins added 153 yards and two touchdowns on the ground as the Bruins returned to their winning ways.
9. Pine Bluff (1-1) was idle
The Zebras made the long trek to Fort Smith to play Northside but was on the way back home by 9 when the game was cancelled due to thunderstorms that rolled through the area.
10. Bryant (2-1) defeated Lake Hamilton, 24-21
Bryant trailed 21-0 before rallying. The Hornets scored the final 10 points of the half and scored a pair of third-quarter touchdowns.