The Friday football schedule includes MHHS as the host of Pulaski Academy

High school football dominates the local Friday schedule, and Mountain Home will return to the home turf for another conference outing. The Bombers are welcomed to Little Rock’s Pulaski Academy.
Mountain Home is currently 0-5 on the season and 0-2 in the 6A-West. The Bombers suffered a 10-point loss in Russellville last week. PA is currently the highest ranked team in Class 6A and is ranked fifth overall by Arkansas Sports Media. The Bruins are 4-0 and 2-0 after flying past Little Rock Christian a week ago.
Over the years, PA has had a national reputation for playing an unconventional style of football, and Mountain Home head coach Steve Ary says it has worked wonders for the Bruins.


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Kick-off at Bomber Stadium is scheduled for 7 a.m. Friday’s game will be broadcast on Classic Hits 101.7 and streamed live on YouTube on and Bomber Sports Network. Coverage begins at approximately 5:30 a.m. with Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas High School game day.
Elsewhere in 6A-West, Greenbrier hosts Greenwood, Russellville travels to Siloam Springs and Van Buren entertains Lake Hamilton. Little Rock Christian is idle this week.

Yellville-Summit is looking to recover from its first loss of the past week. The Panthers will return to the streets to meet Melbourne.
Yellville-Summit is 4-1 on the year and 0-1 in the 3A-2. The Panthers started conference play last week with a loss to Perryville. Melbourne are currently the fourth-placed team in Arkansas Sports Media’s Class 3A as they play their first league game of the year. The Bearkatz are 4-0 after beating Hoxie two weeks ago.
Kick-off at Bearkatz Stadium is scheduled for 7 a.m.
Also in the 3A-2, Salem plays Newport at home, and Atkins makes the trip to Perryville. Quitman leaves the conference as they drive to England.

Elsewhere in the local Arkansas schedule, Harrison travels to Prairie Grove. At the eight-man level, Rector is a guest in Izard County, and Marshall is playing in the Mountain View homecoming. The Yellowjackets are the top-ranked team in Classes 4A/3A.

There’s a game where teams in the Arkansas Sports Media Top 10 clash. Second-place Conway maintains No. 10 from North Little Rock.

Among Missouri’s regional schools, West Plains travels to Springfield to face Kickapoo, Hollister plays Logan-Rogersville at home, Forsyth hosts Diamond, Branson makes the trip to Neosho, Ava entertains Houston, Willow Springs plays Salem, Missouri at home and Mountain View-Liberty maintains Mountain Grove.

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