Harrison quarterback Tate Stokes rushed for 184 yards and one touchdown and passed for 133 yards and two scores as the Goblins spoiled Morrilton High School's Homecoming with a 32-28 come-from-behind win over the Devil Dogs Friday night. The Goblins rallied from an 11-point fourth quarter deficit aided by a Morrilton fumble at its own five-yard line. After falling behind 17-0 early, the Devil Dogs scored the next 28 points to carry a 28-17 lead into the fourth quarter, but Stokes threw two touchdown passes to give Harrison the win. Sophomore Jamar Criswell had a big game for Morrilton with 152 yards rushing and one touchdown on 24 carries. He also caught a 70-yard touchdown pass from David Ford, who ran for 49 yards and two scores on 13 carries. The loss drops the Devil Dogs to 0-5 in 5A West play.+ More details
KVOM: Missed opportunities haunted the Devil Dogs Friday night and Morrilton lost to Searcy, 37-7, on the first game on the new synthetic turf at Devil Dog Stadium. Morrilton accumulated 345 yards of offense, but two turnovers, a missed field goal, and a safety prevented the Devil Dogs from mounting a serious threat against the Lions, who held a 14-0 lead at halftime after Morrilton was stopped at the one-yard line on the final play of the first half. After Searcy scored in the third quarter, the Devil Dogs got on the board and cut the deficit to 21-7 when Jamar Criswell scored from one yard out early in the fourth quarter. The Lions, however, would score on a safety and two long touchdown runs by quarterback Desmond Stegall to set the final score. Criswell finished with 89 yards rushing on 17 carries and quarterback David Ford threw for 217 yards, completing 21-of-34 passes with two interceptions. Prior to the game, the new field at Devil Dog Stadium was dedicated to Mobley Contractors for their work and commitment to the turf installation project. The field is now known as Mobley Contractors Field and the Devil Dogs open conference play there Friday night against Alma.+ More details
The Devil Dogs were creamed 50-13 in this regular season matchup against the Greenwood Bulldogs. The next week began the six game winning streak that ended in the state championship game. During that streak the Devil Dogs defeated three of the four AAAA conference champions in the playoffs. They won each of those three games away from Devil Dog Stadium.+ More details
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Sponsored by American Realty - americanrealtyinc.com Paris Avery had a career night running the football and Morrilton matched the high-powered Greenbrier offense play for play for most of the game, but the third-ranked Panthers were able to escape with a 39-34 win over the Devil Dogs Friday night in Greenbrier. Avery got most of the reps at running back for Morrilton after Jamar Criswell was injured on the Devil Dogs' first offensive series. Avery stepped up in a big way, rushing for 146 yards and two touchdowns on 26 carries. The teams traded scores for the first two-and-a-half quarters of the game before a blocked punt swung the momentum in Greenbrier's favor. The Panthers went on to score two straight touchdowns and the Devil Dogs could not catch up and fell five points short, dropping their third consecutive 5A West conference game. David Ford passed for 238 yards and two touchdowns, but was outshined by Greenbrier's record-setting quarterback Neal Burcham, who threw for 381 yards and five touchdowns. Warren Leapheart was the leading receiver for Morrilton with 128 yards and one touchdown on seven catches. The Devil Dogs have now lost four in a row overall to fall to 2-4 on the season, 0-3 in the conference.+ More details
The Morrilton Devil Dog offense struggled mightily for the second consecutive week and Number 1 Greenbrier shut out the Devil Dogs, 41-0, Friday night. It was the second week in a row Morrilton has held scoreless. The Devil Dog defense made a number of big plays, but could not come up with enough stops against the highly-touted Panther offense. Morrilton quarterback David Ford finished the game 19-for-32 for 156 yards and two interceptions. Jamar Criswell had ten receptions for 87 yards. Defensively, Zach Hood was in on two sacks and blocked a punt. The loss drops the Devil Dogs to one-and-five overall, 0-3 in the 5A West.+ More details
This online presentation of Morrilton Community Channel 6's production of Morrilton High School Devil Dog football is sponsored by American Realty (americanrealtyinc.com) and Jim Bowles for Morrilton City Council (facebook.com/votejim). KVOM's Recap of the Game: The Morrilton defense had no answer for the quick passing attack of Greenbrier and the Devil Dog offense couldn't keep up with the Panthers as Greenbrier spoiled Morrilton's Homecoming with a 49-13 victory over the Devil Dogs Friday night. Senior quarterback Seth Peters passed for nearly 300 yards and five touchdowns in the game for Greenbrier, leading the Panthers to touchdowns on their first five possessions in opening up a 35-13 halftime lead. Morrilton got within 21-13 early in the second quarter on a 65-yard touchdown run from junior quarterback Toney Hawkins, but the Devil Dogs would not score again and the sportsmanship rule was in effect early in the fourth quarter. Hawkins finished with 109 yards rushing and 145 yards passing, but threw three interceptions. Senior Jamar Criswell finished with 42 yards rushing and one touchdown on 15 carries as the Devil Dogs fell to 2-1 in the 5A West. The Panthers are now 3-0 in the conference, 6-0 overall. Morrilton travels to Vilonia this week. The Eagles are still undefeated in conference play after taking care of Clarksville, 45-14, on Friday. In the other 5A West games, Alma beat Harrison, 29-13, and Shiloh Christian got past Huntsville, 16-7+ More details
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