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Morrow and Murphy named Players of the Week from Salt Bowl

Benton – Seniors Grayson Morrow and Dylan Murphy were named Players of the Week by the Benton Touchdown Club for their individual performances in the Salt Bowl last Friday night. Morrow, one of the new starters at wide receiver, had a monster performance, catching 8 passes for 179 yards and a touchdown. Murphy anchors the

BTC Announces Livestream Broadcasts

The Benton Touchdown Club will offer PPV live broadcasts of Benton Panther varsity football games starting this Friday.  The game broadcasts will feature multiple cameras and a four-man broadcast team.  The goal is to provide a professional product for viewers to enjoy.  If you are unable to attend games in person,  visit the media section

All Teams Schedule: Week of September 7 – September 13

Here’s a preview of this week’s events for Benton High School, September 7 – September 13 MONDAY September 07, 2015 6:00 PM Boys Junior Varsity @ Sheridan High School SCHEDULE TUESDAY September 08, 2015 5:30 PM Boys 8th Grade Football vs. Russellville 8th (B) SCHEDULE 7:00 PM Boys Freshman Football vs. Russellville Freshman (B) SCHEDULE

Benton falls to Bryant 13-37

Friday, September 4, 2015 7:30 PM Bryant High School AWAY 37 Benton High School HOME 13 Game Recap The Benton Panthers couldn’t overcome 5 turnovers and drive killing penalties as they lost to the Bryant Hornets 37-13 in front of a state record 34,000+ crowd. For a full recap, check in with and find


Are you ready for Panther Football?  The Benton Touchdown Club is proud to bring Panther football to you in a broadcast partnership with ESPN WPS and FIDELITY Cable Local Channel 406. Panther fans can tune into ESPN RADIO WPS 690AM/99.7FM for live radio broadcast of the Salt Bowl beginning with the Pre-game Show at 6:55pm.  Jim


By Jim Gardner The Benton Panther Freshman team got the 2015 season off to a resounding start with a 49-7 win over Sheridan on Thursday night. The Panthers dominated the Yellowjackets not only on the scoreboard but also on the stat sheet. The Panther offense rolled up 401 yards of total offense while holding the

The Price of Success – Part II

By Head Coach Scott Neathery   Winning feels good.  It’s satisfies the hunger that adversity delivers.  As we prepare for the Salt Bowl, I can’t help but think about the progress we’ve made as a football program.  Our facilities would rival small colleges.  The way we promote our athletic brand would rival major colleges.  The


PANTHER BLOG The phrase is used so much referring to mental attitude that it’s become “coach speak”. For the Benton Panthers, however, the phrase “next man up” has become reality in a very big way. Earlier this spring, All-State quarterback Cason Maertens was on a path to become one of the most successful quarterbacks in school history.