Our local junior high school’s began the track season last week at the Tyson Junior Relays in Green Forest and had some outstanding top ten finishes from Berryville and Green Forest. Junior high Green Forest Tiger boy’s results included; Ywa Hay 6 th place in the 100 Meter Dash and Abisai Reyes 10 th; Reyes placed 5 th in the 200 meter dash and Hay placed 10 th ; Christian Perez placed 10 th in the 400 meter dash; Alexander Lemus placed 7 th in the 800 meter run; Jahdiel Manuel placed 9 th in the 1600 meter run and 9 th in the 1600 meter run; Hay placed 4 th in the 110 meter hurdles, Reyes 5 th , and Justin Ayala 10th; Gabe Serna placed 5 th in the 300 meter hurdles; Justin Ayala placed 8 th in the high jump and Hay 10 th ; and Lucas Maloney placed 3 rd in the Pole Vault. Berryville junior high boys results included; John Butler 8 th in the 100 meter dash and Kale Smith 9 th ; Craig Thomas Hicks 5 th in the 800 meter run; Noah Houghton 3 rd in the 110 meter hurdles and 4 th in the 300 meter hurdles; Hicks 4 th in the boys high jump and Houghton 6th ; and Kale Smith placed 5 th in the long jump, John Butler 6 th and Medardo Morales 7 th . Teams will participate in the Harrison junior high Goblin Relays Tuesday March 28 th and
Carroll County Broadcasting will announce the girls results in tomorrow’s sportscast.
The Berryville Bobcat basketball team has released post season honors for some outstanding senior players for the 2022-23 season. Jake Wilson received 1-4A All Conference honors and to the 4A All State team for the Bobcats, Nate Allen and DJ Colbert both received All Conference honors as well, and Colbert also was named to the All Conference Defensive team. Berryville finished the season with a 22-9 overall record losing in the first round of the regional tournament against Dardanelle 66-63. Jake Wilson ended in the final game scoring 38 points, 11 rebounds, and 4 assists, and Wilson ended his high school career reaching 1,000 points in the Holiday Hoops back in December. Congratulations to Coach Brent Compton and the Bobcats on an outstanding season. Berryville Lady Bobcat basketball Coach Daniel Cornelison announced two outstanding players to the 1-4A All Conference team. Senior Hannah Youngblood and freshman Kaylyn Smith received All Conference honors, the Lady Bobcats finished in the quarter finals of the district tournament. Congratulations to the Lady Bobcat basketball team!
The high school basketball playoffs have concluded and the Green Forest senior high girls and boys 3A-1 conference honors have been released. Congratulations to junior Virginia Gonzales and sophomore Kayla Lozano receiving All Conference honors, and sophomore Johneese Smalley receiving All Conference Honorable Mention. The Lady Tigers finished 6-19 overall and were one victory away from making the regional tournament as the future looks bright. Congratulations to three Tiger seniors; Ali Cabrera received All Conference honors, and Tony Gonzalez and Jay Pope both received All Conference Honorable Mention. Green Forest finished 9-18 overall in the quarter finals of the conference tournament. Congratulations to the Tiger and Lady Tiger basketball teams on a great year on the conference honors.
The high school sports schedule Thursday was a wash due to weather and most schools are already out for spring break next week. However the 2-2 Berryville Bobcat baseball team has been invited to the Cassville baseball tournament and includes a double header on Saturday and concludes on Monday afternoon. Due to Cassville field conditions the tournament games have been moved to Mt. Vernon. Local schools have concluded basketball season, but district and state honors have been released and stay tuned to Carroll County Broadcasting sports next week as we highlight and honor high school girls and boys basketball student athletes.
The Green Forest girls and boys soccer teams picked up home conference victories Wednesday night, in fact both teams shut out Lincoln. The Lady Tigers defeated the Lady Wolves 2-0, Stephanie Lopez and Kateryn Calderon each scored goals in the victory. The Tigers followed with the same score over Lincoln winning 2-0, Izack Merida and Moo Htoo each scored a goal in the victory. Today’s sports schedule for Thursday March 16 th may have weather issues as rain is possible, 2-2 Berryville baseball team will travel to Greenland for a nonconference game, Eureka Springs girls and boys soccer teams host Life Way Christian, and the Green Forest senior high boys soccer team will travel to Prairie Grove for a nonconference match. For high school sports weather
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