HS Football Week 2: Harrison Outscores Mountain Home, Other Area Schools Fall

by: Scott McCaulley

One of Northern Arkansas’ top rivalries was renewed Friday night and though the Harrison Goblins continue their recent dominance over Mountain Home, the Bombers hung in until late in the contest. Meanwhile, other Lakes Area teams had a hard night in a variety of games.

In Harrison, the Goblins jumped out to a 14-0 lead but the Bombers cut the lead to eight just before halftime before the team continued to exchange scores for most of the second half before holding on for the 48-34 win. Quarterback Cole Keylon had a hand in all of the touchdowns scored as he threw for four scores and ran for three more to lead the Goblins.

In other Lakes Area Games, the Branson Pirates drop a 26-16 game at Ozark. After the Pirates lead 10-7 at half, the Tigers scored 19 straight points before the Pirates got back on the board. Branson had trouble holding on to the Football turning it over five times including one interception return for a touchdown.

In the closest game of the night, the Reeds Spring Wolves lose the lead late and fall at perennial state power Lamar 27-23 while Hollister and Forsyth both fall, the Tigers 31-6 at Nevada and the Panthers to Buffalo 49-0.

Lakes Area
Harrison 48 Mountain Home 34
Ozark 26 Branson 16
Lamar 27 Reeds Spring 23
Nevada 31 Hollister 6
Buffalo 49 Forsyth 0
Pottsville 45 Green Forest 0

Other Scores
Nixa 35 Joplin 34
Carthage 21 Carl Junction 20
Webb City 45 Neosho 0
Republic 27 Willard 8
Aurora 22 Monett 7
Cassville 22 Marshfield 20
Mount Vernon 42 East Newton 28
Rogersville 37 Seneca 18
McDonald County 35 Catholic 19
Skyline 84 Stockton 62
Ava 20 Strafford 14
Fair Grove 58 Mtn. View-Liberty 38
Heritage, Ark. 55 Springfield Central 12




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