Elkins Sports

The Class 3A State Meet was scheduled for Tuesday in Prescott, with the Class 4A State Meet on Tuesday in Clarksville. The Class 1A State Meet was set for Wednesday in Lincoln. Full results will be in next week’s edition of The Record.

Elkins hosted 14 visiting teams for the Elks Junior Relays on March 14. A senior high meet in Elkins on March 16 was rained out.

Da’Shawn Chairs of Elkins captured first place Saturday in the 60-meter dash at the Class 3A Arkansas Indoor Track Championships at the Randal Tyson Track Center in Fayetteville.

Three Elkins Elks were named to the 2022 Class 4A All-State football team, according to the Arkansas Activities Association.

The Nashville Scrappers completed a comeback victory at Elkins on Friday when senior quarterback Sloan Perrin threw a 76-yard touchdown pass and ran for a two-point conversion with six seconds left in the game for a 63-62 win over the Elks in the Class 4A quarterfinals.

Elkins will battle Nashville on Friday in a Class 4A quarterfinal playoff game after the Elks rolled over Ashdown 63-27 last Friday in second-round action.

The Elkins Elks will host Ashdown on Friday in round two of the Class 4A state football playoffs. Kickoff is scheduled for 7 p.m.

The Elkins Elks blasted Lincoln 77-20 on Thursday to finish as unbeaten winners of the 4A-1 Conference.

The Kingston girls placed six runners in the top eight last Thursday to easily repeat as Class 1A state cross country champions.

Elkins blasted Gentry 56-14 on Friday to capture the 4A-1 Conference and earn the top seed in the upcoming high school football playoffs.

The Elkins Elks beat Ozark 48-21 on Friday to remain unbeaten in the 4A-1 Conference.

The Elkins girls finished second on Monday at the 3A-1 District cross country meet in Bergman.

Junior quarterback Dizzy Dean threw four touchdown passes and classmate Da’Shawn Chairs ran for three touchdowns as the Elkins Elks blasted Green Forest 56-0 in 4A-1 Conference football on Friday.

Huntsville’s Averie Dunn claimed the individual title Saturday, while the Kingston girls won the team title at the Huntsville Eagles Invitational Cross Country meet in Mitchusson Park.

Junior quarterback Dizzy Dean on Friday threw five touchdown passes as Elkins rolled over Berryville 56-7 in the 4A-1 Conference.

Huntsville High’s Averie Dunn finished 11th Saturday at the 35th Annual Chile Pepper Festival, hosted by the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville.

Elkins’ junior running back Da’Shawn Chairs and senior receiver Jusiah Bettencourt scored three touchdowns each Friday as the Elks used their superior speed to run past Huntsville 41-0 in the 4A-1 Conference at Eagle Stadium.

Junior quarterback Dizzy Dean threw a pair of touchdown passes and classmate Da’Shawn Chairs ran for two scores Friday as Elkins beat Gravette 28-14 to open 4A-1 Conference football action.

The Kingston High girls finished second in Class 1-3A Saturday at the Bobcat Back 40 in Berryville.

Huntsville sophomore Averie Dunn finished second overall Monday at the University of the Ozarks Invitational cross country meet in Clarksville, while Huntsville’s boys’ team finished third overall.

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