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CLASS 3A CHAMPIONSHIP CAPSULE
« on: December 06, 2018, 08:42:17 pm »
[size=0pt]CLASS 3A STATE CHAMPIONSHIP[/size]
[size=0pt][/color]War Memorial Stadium, Little Rock[/size]
[size=0pt][/color]Saturday, December 8, noon[/size]
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[size=0pt][/color]BOONEVILLE BEARCATS (14-0)[/size]
[size=0pt][/color]Head coach Scott Hyatt[/size]
[size=0pt][/color](122-44 overall in 14 years, 115-33 in 12 years at Booneville)[/size]
[size=0pt][/color]Playoff appearances: 40[/size]
[size=0pt][/color]Playoff record: 66-36[/size]
[size=0pt][/color]State championships: (3) 2013, 2000, 1986[/size]
[size=0pt][/color]State championship games: (9th)[/size]
[size=0pt][/color]2013 defeated Warren, 14-12[/size]
[size=0pt][/color]2001 lost to Warren, 45-39[/size]
[size=0pt][/color]2000 defeated Nashville, 29-21[/size]
[size=0pt][/color]1989 lost to McGehee, 21-7[/size]
[size=0pt][/color]1988 lost to McGehee, 18-13[/size]
[size=0pt][/color]1986 defeated Lake Village, 42-13[/size]
[size=0pt][/color]1985 lost to Marvell, 19-0[/size]
[size=0pt][/color]1978 lost to Barton, 34-8[/size]
[size=0pt][/color]FEARLESS FACTS: Hyatt is a graduate of White Hall. …. Hyatt has 115 victories at Booneville and is the third head coach to win at least 100 games for the Bearcats joining Gene Bradley and Ken Rippy. … Booneville was No. 1 in Class 3A in the final regular-season Media Poll. … Booneville outscored its 14 opponents this season by a 593-188 margin. … Booneville won its 30th conference championship since the Arkansas Activities Association drew up official districts in 1946. … In last week’s 34-31 win over Prescott in the semifinals, there were seven lead changes. … The win was Booneville’s 66th playoff win in the modern playoff era, which began in 1968. … The Bearcats have rushed for 4,526 yards and 64 touchdowns this year. … Booneville has attempted 59 passes, completing 32 for 570 yards and 14 touchdowns. … Senior running back Carson Ray has run for 1,595 yards and 30 touchdowns and is a third-generation 1,000-yard rusher in Booneville history. .. Booneville has forced 59 turnovers this season and committed just 13, including four interceptions and nine lost fumbles for a whopping plus-46 in turnover margin.[/size]
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[size=0pt][/color]OSCEOLA SEMINOLES (13-1)[/size]
[size=0pt][/color]Head coach: Robert Hooks[/size]
[size=0pt][/color](24-4 overall and at Osceola)[/size]
[size=0pt][/color]Playoff appearances: 27[/size]
[size=0pt][/color]Playoff record: 40-24[/size]
[size=0pt][/color]State championships: (2) 1997, 1995[/size]
[size=0pt][/color]State championship games: (5th) [/size]
[size=0pt][/color]1998 lost to Alma, 14-12[/size]
[size=0pt][/color]1997 defeated McGehee, 28-27[/size]
[size=0pt][/color]1996 lost to Nashville, 35-7[/size]
[size=0pt][/color]1995 defeated Watson Chapel, 27-0[/size]
[size=0pt][/color]FEARLESS FACTS: Hooks is a Rivercrest graduate and played in the 2001 Arkansas Coaches Association All-Star game for the East team, which went up against the West team coached by Booneville’s Ken Rippy. … Hooks won a state championship as an assistant at Camden Fairview under current Bryant head coach Buck James and coached at Fort Smith Northside before taking over at Osceola last year. … Osceola is 13-1 this season, losing only to Rivercrest, 16-14, in the final nonconference game of the season. … Osceola also lost to Blytheville in the season opener, 26-21, but Blytheville forfeited that win later for playing an ineligible player. … Osceola owns a 621-260 scoring advantage for the season. … Sophomore Cam Turner has thrown for 1,550 yards and 22 touchdowns, including 266 yards and four scores in last week’s 37-28 win over Rison in the semifinals, and rushed for 922 yards and 16 touchdowns.[/size]
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