Week 4 Review
September 29, 2016
1. Fayetteville (3-1) lost to No. 8 Bentonville, 24-21
Bentonville’s defense intercepted Taylor Powell once and sack him five times. Bentonville managed just 285 yards of offense but touchdown runs by Jacob Clark and Joe Britton, a 65-yard touchdown pass from Canaan Ross to Kam’Ron Mays-Hunt, and a field goal by Hayden Moering.
2. Cabot (4-0) defeated Little Rock Catholic, 35-10
Jarrod Barnes ran for 110 yards and a pair of touchdowns in the fourth quarter as the Panthers eased away. Braxton Burton ran for two touchdowns and Adam Flores added another.
3. Springdale Har-Ber defeated (3-1) defeated Rogers, 56-14
Payton Copher threw two touchdown passes and ran for 178 yards and two touchdowns. Logan Collins added 190 yards and a touchdown.
4. North Little Rock (4-0) defeated Little Rock Central, 49-7
Trey Cox threw three touchdown passes, and Alex Day ran for 165 yards and a touchdown. The Charging Wildcats scored on all six of their first-half possessions and led 42-7 at the half.
5. Greenwood (4-0) defeated Texarkana, 55-10
The Bulldogs trailed 10-7 after a quarter, giving up 104 yards, but rallied with 48 straight points. Ethan Escalante returned a punt 61 yards for a touchdown, and Trey Woods returned an interception 19 yards for a score.
6. Jonesboro (4-0) defeated Mountain Home, 63-38
The Hurricane scored over 60 points for the third time this season behind Tyson Williams, who threw for 274 yards and three touchdowns. Daishon Fountain ran for 171 yards and four scores. Daniel Johnson added 125 yards and two touchdowns.
7. Pulaski Academy (3-1) defeated Little Rock Fair, 48-6
Layne Hatcher threw only 11 passes but completed 10 for 167 yards and three touchdowns. Jaren Watkins ran for 159 yards and a touchdown, and Payton Titus and Trey Adams each added a score.
9. Pine Bluff (2-1) defeated Little Rock Hall, 52-12
Simeon Blair threw a pair of touchdown passes to Jyrimee Thompson and ran for two scores to help erase a 6-0 deficit.
10. Fort Smith Northside (2-1) defeated Bryant, 29-0
The Grizzlies only had 168 yards of offense, including just 39 on the ground, but won. Tre Norwood returned a punt 62 yards for a touchdown.