Week 2 Review
September 14, 2017
1.Har-Ber (2-0) defeated Jefferson City MO, 38-0
Grant Allen threw for 198 yards and three touchdowns, including two to Bryton Cook, who also ran for a score, and one to Matt Thomas, and ran for 83 yards with a 67-yard scoring run. Har-Ber’s defense held Jeff City to 161 yards and 12 first downs.
2.Fayetteville (1-1) lost to No. 5 Bryant (2-0), 38-37 OT
Jake Wright intercepted a bobbled two-point conversion pass in overtime to preserve the win for Bryant. LaTavion Scott rambled for 152 yards and a touchdown, and Ren Hefley threw for 221 yards and a pair of scores. Kris King scored on a 3-yard run for Bryant to start overtime and Martin Ramirez added the decisive extra point.
3.North Little Rock (2-0) defeated Maumelle, 48-30
David Chapple ran for two touchdowns, and John James, Oscar Adaway, and Tyler Day all ran for touchdowns.
4.Greenwood (2-0) defeated FS Southside, 49-0
The Bulldogs scored on all six first-half possessions and had 447 yards and 22 first downs in opening up a 42-0 cushion at the half. Peyton Holt caught two of Connor Noland’s three touchdown passes and ran for a score.
5. Bentonville (1-1) defeated Pryor OK, 47-28
Bentonville wiped out a halftime deficit with 34 unanswered points in the second half sparked by to Kam’Ron Mays-Hunt touchdown receptions from Nathan Lyons and Jack Boettcher’s recovery in the end zone of a blocked punt.
7. Pulaski Academy (2-0) defeated Memphis TN Ridgeway, 56-20
The Bruins scored on their first seven possessions, and Layne Hatcher threw for 258 yards and five touchdowns in under a half. Hudson Henry caught two touchdowns, and Tre Johnson, Brett Lynch and Hayden Cobb caught scoring tosses.
8. Jonesboro (1-1) lost to Conway, 49-18
Andrew Hreha threw for 195 yards and two touchdowns to Nick Richmond and another to Will McKenna. Michael George ran for 156 yards and three scores.
9. Cabot (1-1) lost to No. 10 El Dorado (2-0), 28-24
Darius Holly threw for 236 yards and all four touchdowns to Shun Levingston, who caught two, Taliq Ellis, and Keshun Greene.