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Shiloh buries Prairie Grove early

by Mickey Doyle | October 10, 2009 at 4:15 a.m.
Shiloh Christian's Chris Bryant shakes a Prarie Grove defender on his way to the end zone in the first half of Friday nights game in Prarie Grove.

— Shiloh Christian and Prairie Grove had one thing in common in the first half Friday. Both offenses moved toward Prairie Grove’s end zone.

Shiloh Christian, ranked No. 1 in Class 4A and No. 5 overall, scored on all seven first-half possessions, including touchdowns on their first six, en route to a 51-13 rout of the Tigers.

Shiloh Christian (5-1, 3-0 1-4A Conference) piled up 369 yards offense in the first half while shutting down Prairie Grove’s offense. The Tigers (1-5, 0-3) had minus-2 yards and didn’t get a first down until a pass-interference penalty against Shiloh Christian with nine seconds left in the first half.

The Saints’ first-team offense retired for the night after Kiehl Frazier’s fifth touchdown pass with 5:44 left in the first half extendedthe lead to 41-0. It was 44-0 at halftime.

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“If you can’t drive the ball and make some first downs, and they get it back and they’re very adept at scoring, it’s going to get very ugly,” Prairie Grove Coach Danny Abshier said. “It happened to us tonight.”

Frazier was 11 of 18 for 297 yards, leading the Saints on touchdown drives of 61, 28, 52, 53, 53 and 80 yards.

Frazier completed passes to four receivers - Chris Bryant, Jon Hawes, Zann Jones and Jake Scott - and each had at least one touchdown. Jones had 2 touchdowns among his 5 catches for 116 yards. Scott caught three for 102 yards and a touchdown.

Friday’s victory was the 29th consecutive for the Saints in conference games, dating to a 42-30 loss to Prairie Grove at Tiger Stadium in 2005.

Prairie Grove scored twice in the second half against reserves. Thomas Soehner caught a 12-yard pass from Chad Austin with 9:38 left in the third quarter. Dakota Daniels passed 58 yards to Landon West with 6:14 remaining.

In between, Mac Johnson ran 62 yards for the Saints.

Shiloh Christian finished with 507 yards of offense, including 210 on the ground. The Saints didn’t attempt a pass after Frazier went to the bench.

WARREN 12, NO. 3 DUMAS 7

DUMAS - Hayden Smith and Elden Thompson each ran for a touchdown to lead Warren (3-3, 3-0 8-4A) to an upset at No. 3 Dumas (5-1, 2-1).

Dumas took a 7-0 lead on Sherrad Smith’s 11-yard run with 3:17 left before the halftime. However, Hayden Smith cut it to 7-6 for the Lumberjacks on an 8-yard run two minutes later.

Thompson gave Warren the lead for good with just under three minutes left in the third quarter on a 6-yard scoring run. Hayden Smith led Warren with 172 yards on 14-of-30 passing.

NO. 4 DE QUEEN 26, MENA 0

DE QUEEN - Greg White ran for 151 yards and three touchdowns to lead No. 4 De Queen (4-2, 2-1 7-4A) over Mena (0-6, 0-3).

The Leopards got scoring runs of 5, 22 and 27 yards from White, who averaged nearly 9 1 /2 yards on 16 carries. De Queen ran for 309 yards as a team.

Yordi Moran scored on a 2-yard run for the Leopards in the fourth quarter.

BALD KNOB 27, NO. 5 STUTTGART 0

BALD KNOB - Nick Glaze threw for 151 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 106 yards and another touchdown to lead Bald Knob past Class 4A No. 5 Stuttgart.

Bald Knob improved to 6-0 and 3-0 in the 2-4A, while Stuttgart fell to 4-2 and 2-1.

Glaze’s 45-yard touchdown pass to Trey Gavin three minutes into the game accounted for all of the scoring in the first half.

The two connected for a 20-yard touchdown pass and a 13-0 lead with 3:28 left in the third quarter. Then, with just 58 seconds left in the quarter, Glaze’s 69-yard run made it 20-0.

Nathan Leonard’s 73-yard scoring run early in the final quarter closed out the scoring.

The Bulldogs held Stuttgart to 188 total yards. Jarrod Adkins and Blake Rouse each had a dozen tackles for Bald Knob, and Gavin added nine tackles and forced two fumbles.

NO. 6 ASHDOWN 22, MALVERN 6

ASHDOWN - The home team stayed undefeated with a 7-4A victory over Malvern (4-3, 2-0).

Chris McFadden threw three touchdown passes for Class 4A No. 6 Ashdown (6-0, 3-0), including two to Tyrail Jetton. The other was to Michael Young.

The Ashdown defense scored a safety in the first quarter.

Sports, Pages 29 on 10/10/2009

Print Headline: CLASS 4A SUPER SIX Shiloh buries Prairie Grove early

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