Per the Arkansas Democrat Gazette
Bentonville West Coach Bryan Pratt wasn't of the mind to make excuses after losing 38-0 to top-ranked Bryant, the defending Class 7A champion.
Pratt could have gone on about the bus ride of 4 hours, 15 minutes from Northwest Arkansas, a day that started at 10:45 Friday morning.
But none of that really mattered, Pratt said.
Bryant, playing with the poise and physicality of a defending champion, led 35-0 at halftime, and the second half was played with a running clock in accordance to the Arkansas Activities Association sportsmanship rule.
"They're a legit No. 1 team," Pratt said of Bryant. "Right now, they're the best team we've played in a long time. They can just do it all. They can run it, they can throw it, they can play great defense. They really put you in tough situations."
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2.Jayce Presley- Quarterback- Greenwood-364 yards 3 TDS
3.Peyton Carter- Wide Receiver- Greenwood- 10 receptions 140 yards 1 TDS
4.Ladarius Wonsley- Wide Receiver- Springdale- 8 receptions 102 yards 2 TDS
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8.Keontae Oglesby- Running Back- Parkers Chapel- 139 rushing yards 1 TDS
9.Catrell Wallace- Outside Linebacker- Bryant- 4 tackles 3 QB Hurries 2 tackles for loss
10.Cole Joyce- Linebacker- Bentonville- 10 tackles 1 tackles for loss 2 pass break ups 1 fumble recovery