The nitty gritty about Conway football

THE NITTY GRITTY

 

Coach: Clint Ashcraft

Record at school: 39-18

2 NUMBERS

35: Combined touchdowns by quarterback Breylin Smith and running back Kevin Chamorro last season

9: Victories by Cats in three out of the last four seasons.

SAVE THE DATE

Sept 5: Season opener against traditional rival Cabot

2013 RESULTS

Bryant...............................W 24-7

at Jonesboro...............W 33-14

at Cabot.............................L 23-9

Russellville...................W 38-24

LR Hall..............................W 35-0

at FS Northside...........W 31-15

FS Southside..................W 37-7

at LR Parkview.............W 45-10

Greenwood....................L 23-21

at LR Catholic..............W 21-14

Har-Ber (7A playoffs)

W 52-42

at Bentonville (playoffs)

L 24-21

YOU MAY NOT KNOW

Former UCA assistant coach Brooks Hollingsworth is now coaching the offensive line for the Wampus Cats.

A new two-story press box will be featured at John McConnell Stadium this season.

IN A WORD

Refocused

ON TV AND IN PRINT

Learn more about the Wampus Cats on the Log Cabin’s television special (one for college and high school) daily from 5-6 p.m. and weekends from 4:30-5:30 p.m. on Conway Corp Channel 22.

 

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