Week 6 Review
October 11, 2018
Top-ranked North Little Rock rolled past Fort Smith Southside, 49-27, and honored head coach Jamie Mitchell with his 200th career victory, which came over Conway the previous week. Tyler Day ran for 130 yards and three touchdowns, and Brandon Thomas added 115 yards and a touchdown. North Little Rock led 49-14 at the half and finished with 521 yards and 29 first downs.
No. 2 Bryant defeated cruised to a 56-0 win over Little Rock Central. Latavion Scott ran for 89 yards and three touchdowns. Bryant held Central to just 97 yards of offense.
No. 3 Fayetteville ended the half with two quick touchdowns and went on to a 50-14 win over Van Buren. Hank Gibbs threw for 167 yards and four touchdowns, including two to Connor Flannigan, who also caught six passes for 138 yards. Flannigan also returned a kickoff 87 yards for a touchdown after Van Buren had scored to cut Fayetteville’s first-half lead to 21-14.
Fourth-ranked Conway slipped past Cabot, 34-28, in overtime. Jovoni Johnson scored from two yards out in overtime to lift the Wampus Cats to the win. Johnson ran for three other touchdowns.
No. 5 Greenwood scored two touchdowns in each of the first three quarters and won head coach Rick Jones’ 300th career victory with a 42-7 romp past Siloam Springs. Treyton Dawson and Luke Leonard combined for 18 catches for 243 yards, and quarterback Peyton Holt threw for 272 yards and a touchdown while also rushing for three scores.
Sixth-ranked Fort Smith Northside defeated Little Rock Catholic, 40-14, behind Derrick Wise, who ran for 131 yards and a score and passed for 165 yards and two touchdowns.
Seventh-ranked Pulaski Academy beat Maumelle, 58-39. The Bruins led just 28-21 at the half. Braden Bratcher threw for 368 yards and four touchdowns, and ran for a score.
No. 8 Bentonville West rolled to a 41-14 win over Rogers. Tyrese Smallwood ran for touchdowns of 42, 54 and 11 yards, and caught a 12-yard touchdown pass.
No. 9 Benton walloped Little Rock Hall, 59-0. Sophomore quarterback Garrett Brown threw for 248 yards and touchdowns to four different receivers.
No. 10 Warren defeated Dumas, 38-8. Treylon Burks ran for a touchdown, caught a touchdown pass, and threw a touchdown pass. Christian Calhoun returned a fumble for a touchdown.