The Jack Robey junior high team beat Little Rock Hall 41-6 at Jordan Stadium on Thursday to finish a 9-0 season.
Jack Robey outscored its opponents 256-39 this season and Romar Reades rushed for more than 1,000 yards.
Jack Robey struck on the first play of the game as Reades broke an 80-yard run and Ladarius Skelton tacked on the two-point conversion.
The next score came after John Tate recovered a fumble at Little Rock Hall’s 10-yard line. Reades then scored on a 10-yard run and he added the conversion. Reades finished the game with 185 yards on four carries.
David Beasley added the next score for Jack Robey before Little Rock Hall got its only touchdown of the game.
In the second quarter, Reades scored on a 55-yard touchdown run and Kyron Crutchfield got an interception and returned it 27 yards to the Little Rock Hall 1-yard line. Skelton punched in the 1-yard score on the next play.
Beasley added a 10-yard touchdown run to make 40-6 and Michael Boyd kicked the point after. It his only PAT of the year.
Jordan O’Guinn had a sack for Robey.
Dollarway 14, Heber Springs 6
In the season finale, Dollarway defeated Heber Springs 14-6.
Dollarway (6-2, 6-1 2-4A Conference) had an 8-6 lead at halftime after Markel Scott scored on a 3-yard touchdown run and scored the two-point conversion with 3:31 left in the first half.
Scott put Dollarway up 14-6 with 30 seconds left in the game on a 30-yard score and the game ended on Scott’s 55-yard interception return.
Scott had 171 all-purpose yards and two touchdowns.
Watson Chapel 56, Maumelle 6
MAUMELLE — Watson Chapel earned a spot in the River City Conference championship game with a 56-6 win over Maumelle in the regular season finale.
Watson Chapel (7-2, 6-2 River City Conference) plays Pulaski Academy for the championship at 7 p.m. on Tuesday at Pulaski Academy.
Maumelle’s lone score came on a 78-yard kickoff return, but trailed 40-6 after that and Watson Chapel held Maumelle to minus-3 yards of total offense.
Trayvarious Cole opened the game with an 82-yard kickoff return for a touchdown and Trayveon Woods added the two-point conversion.
Woods followed with a 39-yard touchdown run and Terrence Bradley tacked on the two-point conversion.
Chris Allen returned an interception 34 yards for a score and Cole added the two-point coversion to put Watson Chapel up 24-0 at the end of the first quarter.
In the second quarter, Cole scored on a 21-yard run and Woods scored the two-point conversion.
Bradley followed with an 11-yard touchdown and Woods had the two-point conversion and after Maumelle’s lone score of the game, Bradley added his second touchdown of the quarter on a 14-yard run and he had the two-point conversion for a 48-6 lead at halftime for Watson Chapel.
In the third quarter, Michael Williams finished Watson Chapel’s scoring with a 1-yard touchdown run and Bradley had the two-point conversion.
Watson Chapel had 228 yards of total offense and 170 of that came on the ground.