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It was a sloppy night and a sloppy game as the Glen Rose Beavers squeaked by the Centerpoint Knights (6-2 overall, 3-2 conference) on Friday at Beaver Stadium.

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A pass from Malvern quarterback Cedric Simmons to receiver Dante Reed for a 6-yard touchdown gave the Leopards the lead over the visiting Fountain Lake Cobras (3-3 overall, 1-3 conference) with around three and a half minutes left to play in the fourth quarter. But while the Leopards lined u…

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The Bismarck Lions had a dominating win on homecoming last week against Horatio. But now the Lions face one of the top ranked teams in the class 3A, the Prescott Curley Wolves at Doyle Henderson Field Friday.

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It’s homecoming for the Malvern Leopards as they prepare for another 7-4A conference match up against the Fountain Lake Cobras Friday.

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Jay York, junior at Bismarck High School, is the Malvern Daily Record’s Athlete of the Week for his performance in the Lions’ game against Horatio on Friday. York had three touchdowns in Friday’s game; a 3-yard touchdown, a 6-yard touchdown, and 15-yard touchdown. York’s efforts helped the L…

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In a rematch battle from last year’s Class 2A playoff quarterfinal round, it was a rough and tough night for the defending 5-2A Conference Champion Magnet Cove Panthers (3-4 overall, 0-2 conf.) Friday falling to highly-ranked Gurdon Go-Devils 49-20 at Kenneth W. Hammons Stadium.

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Back-to-back onside kicks and flags in the third quarter changed the game between the Bismarck Lions and the Horatio Lions Friday at Doyle Henderson Field in Bismarck.

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It’s homecoming for the Bismarck Lions as they head back to Doyle Henderson Field to face the Horatio Lions Friday. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m.

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Last year’s game between the Glen Rose Beavers and the Fouke Panthers ended in a fight on the field and players being suspended. The Beavers then won their game the week after having only 12 eligible players. The Panthers had to forfeit their game the week after playing the Beavers after not…

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The Malvern Leopards have impressed lately after winning three straight conference games. The Leopards defeated Bauxite in the conference opener, 35-7, then shut out H. Harmony Grove on the road 43-0. The Leopards then gave Ashdown their first loss of the season after defeating them 32-7.