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Lady Bison Soccer Falls at Home to Christian Brothers

SEARCY, Ark. (Harding) - The Harding women's soccer team fell to Christian Brothers 3-0 on Sunday in non-conference action. The Lady Bisons fall to 0-4-0 on the season.

The Harding defense held Christian Brothers scoreless until the 30th minute when Emily Smith dribbled through the HU defense and found the lower right corner of the net to put the Lady Bucs up 1-0.

Less than a minute later, CBU's Smith found Mariana Tonelli on a cross from left to right. It was Tonelli's second goal of the season.

Christian Brothers scored their final goal in the 69th minute when Alex Bickenbach sent a cross into the middle of the box that found Camilla Rodriquez who hit a hard shot into the back of the net.

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GAC Football Players of the Week

RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. (GAC) - The Great American Conference has announced the league's Offensive, Defensive and Special Team Players of the Week for the second week of play. Henderson State quarterback Kevin Rodgers threw for five scores and Arkansas-Monticello's Skyler Scott caught three touchdowns to share Offensive Player of the Week. Southern Arkansas' Mark Spaight made nine tackles and forced two fumbles to earn Defensive Player of the Week and the Reddies' Al Lasker totaled 97 yards in punt returns - including a 75-yard score - to win Special Teams Player of the Week.
GAC CO- OFFENSIVE PLAYERS OF THE WEEK - Kevin Rodgers, Henderson State, QB, Jr., Rockwall, Texas

Harding football rolls to 69-0 victory over Northwestern Oklahoma

SEARCY, Ark.(HARDING) -- Harding's offense had its most productive game in program history and its defense posted its first Great American Conference shutout with a 69-0 victory over Northwestern Oklahoma on a perfect Saturday night at First Security Stadium.

Harding (1-1, 1-1) scored touchdowns on its first seven possessions, punted once, and then scored touchdowns on each of its next three possessions. The Bisons rolled up 692 yards of total offense, breaking the previous record of 674 against Arkansas Tech in 2007. Harding had 10 touchdowns from eight different players and averaged a school-record 10.6 yards per play.

Northwestern Oklahoma (0-2, 0-2) lost two quarterbacks to injury early in the game and used redshirt freshman L.T. Pfaff at quarterback for the game's final three quarters. The Bisons limited the Rangers to 167 total yards and forced nine punts.

High school football scores from around the state

(UNDATED) - High school football scores from around the state.

Arkadelphia 56, Sheridan 6

Arkansas Baptist 55, Dover 40

Atkins 51, Bigelow 20

Batesville 48, Searcy 14

Benton 31, Jacksonville 21

Blytheville 26, Okolona, Miss. 14

Booneville 41, Gravette 24

Broken Arrow, Okla. 24, Bentonville 17

Brookland 45, Piggott 44

Bryant 28, LR Central 14

Cabot 40, LR Catholic 20

Camden Fairview 58, Hamburg 21

Carlisle 46, Mountain Pine 7

CBHS, Tenn. 44, West Memphis 13

Cedarville 26, Conway Christian 21

Cent Ark Christian 28, LR McClellan 6

Centerpoint 14, Magnet Cove 13

Clarksville 20, Ozark 12

Conway 33, Jonesboro 14

Danville 21, Mineral Springs 6

Dardanelle 52, Mayflower 41

De Soto 27, Deer Creek School, Miss. 12

Decatur 44, Hartford 0

DeWitt 31, Walnut Ridge 6

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5 Things to do this weekend in Arkansas

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- THV 11 is getting you ready for the weekend with a list of five things to do this weekend in Arkansas.

#1. Playoffs for the Arkansas Travs -- It's the Texas League Championship. Friday is game 3 at 7:10 p.m. against the San Antonio Missions. If the Travs win, they'll play again Saturday at Dickey Stephens Park in North Little Rock. If they win that game, the final game will be on Sunday.

#2. 78th Annual White County Fair -- The Searcy event is in the top 10 best county fairs in the nation. It runs through Saturday. It's $8 for adults, and $6 for kids ages 6-12. Kids 5 & under are free.

Today's Box Office: The Family

The Family is a little hard to categorize. It's a comedy that's not really a comedy. It's not a drama, it's definitely not an action film but it does have a little of that too. It's dark but it's not really dark. The best description is probably "dark comedy" which means it's got several funny moments but also some drama mixed in it and people die or get hurt, sometimes in funny ways.

Today's Box Office: Jeffrey Donovan talks Burn Notice

Burn Notice concluded its final season on Thursday, but you can still catch all the action of the show weekends on THV11. Burn Notice stars Jeffrey Donovan as Michael Westen a seasoned U.S. spy who is suddenly "burned" i.e. fired and discredited. He is sent back to his hometown of Miami and uses his spy skills to do impossible jobs for desperate people. During the course of the season, Michael has been trying to find out who "burned" him and has been torn between getting back into the agency and staying loyal to the friends who have helped him. He's got a "team" that helps him do his impossible jobs. Bruce Campbell plays Sam Axe, a former SEAL and friend to Michael. Gabrielle Anwar plays Fiona Glenanne, a former IRA (Irish Republican Army) explosives expert and love interest of Michael Westen.