Week 3 Results: Jenks knocks off Arkansas' best

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Posted Sep 22, 2003


Peyton Hillis ran all over Van Buren, accumulating 260 yards in just one half, and Conway thumped the Pointers. Russellville shows ability to pass and run the football in 41-20 victory over Searcy.

Sheridan

14

 

Bryant

24

Richie Wood returns second-half kick for TD, hauls in 53-yard TD pass 

Van Buren

34

 

Conway

55

Peyton Hillis runs for six touchdowns and 305 yards on 14 carries

Hot Springs

7

 

LR Catholic

31

Aaron Putlak runs 16 times for 82 yards; Steven Head 6-of-11 for 92 yards

Cabot

0

 

LR Central

14

Nearly half of Cabot’s 56 plays (26) resulted in gains of two yards or less

LR Hall

7

 

LR Fair

26

Brandon Moore 7-of-9 for 171 yards and two touchdowns

LR McClellan

19

Jerald Marshall returns kick 85 yards for go-ahead score

LR Mills

14

 

LR Parkview

0

Patriots held to 114 total net yards

Lake Hamilton

21

Kicker Jesus Anaya boots field goals of 23 and 47 yards

Pine Bluff

49

Martell Mallett scores three rushing touchdowns

North Little Rock

14

NLR spoils Zebras’ third consecutive shutout bid 

Blytheville

3

Bryce Beck kicks 38-yard field goal for Chickasaws’ only points

Cape Girardeau, Mo.

28

Tigers, coming off upset loss, improved to 2-1

Osceola

6

 

Forrest City

28

Demarcus Sinclair scores three times, runs for 101 yards on 22 carries

Jacksonville

6

 

Sylvan Hills

10

Kaming Kareem 14 carries and 119 yards and scores game-tying TD

Jonesboro

49

QB Jim Harris 128 yards and two touchdowns on five totes

Greene Co. Tech

14

 

Harrison

35

Kasey Young 12 rushes for 195 yards, 2 TDs; Justin McCutcheon 2TDs

Mountain Home

17

 

Searcy

20

 

Russellville

41

Nathan Brown throws for 324 and Tracey Stiger runs for 125 

West Helena Central

0

 

West Memphis

38

Karl Payne and Eugene Edwards combine for 180 yards rushing

Malvern

27

 

Benton

33

Josh Morgan runs 17 times for 118 yards and two scores 

Camden Fairview

41

Phillip Gordon scores twice during 27-point second quarter

Magnolia

14

 

Ruston, La.

19

Team rolls up 338 yards rushing 

El Dorado

3

Wildcats held to 81 yards rushing

Fort Smith Southside

34

John Thomas 14-of-18 for 177 yards and three touchdowns

Texarkana

7

 

Rogers

50

Johnny Brewer goes 16-of-32 for 205 yards and runs for 80 on 15 carries.

Watson Chapel

22

Game played at Dardanelle

Fayetteville

47

Woody Wilson 12-of-19 for 251 yards; Ben Tschepikow catches 6 for 125

Greenwood

17

 

Sallisaw, Okla.

14

Black Diamonds win fourth consecutive game over Grizzlies

Fort Smith Northside

6

Scores first offensive touchdown of season on Kristoff Sterling 60-yard run 

Jenks, Okla.

20

Steven Woodward boots 37-yard field goal with :10 remaining for win 

Springdale

17

Brett Buresh four catches for 97 yards



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