The Prescott Curley Wolf nation was well represented in Conway last week for the 62nd anniversary of the Arkansas Army National Guard AHSCA All-Star event hosted at the University of Central Arkansas.

The Prescott Curley Wolf nation was well represented in Conway last week for the 62nd anniversary of the Arkansas Army National Guard AHSCA All-Star event hosted at the University of Central Arkansas.
Prescott's very own football head coach Tommy Poole and former Curley Wolves' Jay Marks, Chris Cowling and Tyler Rucker with cheerleaders Abigail "Abby" Madden, Shatayana Ross all were selected to join the West All-Star football and cheer team rosters as active players, cheerleaders as representatives from the 3A classification.
Poole was selected to be apart of the West All-Star football team coaching staff during the football game. The East-West All-Star football game wrapped up a week long of All-Star activities which was played last Friday June 23 at Estes Stadium.
Prior to the all-star football game, Prescott cheerleaders Madden and Ross also cheered during the All-Star basketball game on last Thursday night June 22 for the West at the Farris Center.
For the football game, the East All-Stars defeated the West All-Stars 55-14. Hampton's Monta Thomas earned the game's MVP award. The East leads the series 34-26-1 over the West.
Although, the East All-Stars defeated the West All-Stars, Prescott's all-star representatives were able to share one last experience on the gridiron for their final high school football game of their careers.  
For Poole, this has been a prestigious and special year in football coaching the sidelines. In Poole's 17 years as a head coach, this is the first time he's been selected to be an assistant coach in the All-Star football game. Poole was excited about the opportunity to coach three of his former team members one last time in their final performance on the gridiron of their high school football careers.
"It's an honor for me to be with them one more time in their last high school football game. It just been a big year for us," Poole said. "This is an honor, but it reflects with what we did this year. To represent at the All-Star game say a lot how well respected our football program, kids and the community is."
Poole credits this privilege to his players and coaching staff because of their hard work, dedication and commitment to making the Prescott athletic program successful.
"Our assistant coaches do a good job here. They're very deserving to be All-Star coaches and I'll be representing too at the All-Star game," Poole said.
"It's always special to see kids and athletes participate at the All-Star events in Conway. I think it's a great opportunity for our kids to represent our school, conference and community. It's rare to have three  kids to represent but they're very deserving. It's a big honor and it tells a lot about our school and how other coaches in the state respect our program," Poole said.
To top off an incredible year in football, Coach Poole was honored as the 2016-17 AHSCA Outstanding Football Coach Award in Conway. Also Poole's Curley Wolves football coaching staff won the Class 3A Arkansas Football Coaches Association Football Staff of the Year award.
This past 2016 football season was a dream year to remember for Prescott's football program after the Curley Wolves completed their year of perfection on the gridiron at 15-0. Poole with former players Marks, Rucker and Cowling played major starting roles in Prescott's championship season as seniors. Prescott's perfect and unbeaten season claims back to back 5-3A Conference titles at 7-0 with the 2016 Class 3A state championship.
The Curley Wolves went undefeated at home this season and have won 14 straight consecutive victories at Cummins Stadium since the 2015 home win against Centerpoint on the Eddie Jackson Field.
Poole has been appreciative of how hard the Curley Wolves football coaching staff dedicated their efforts, talents and time to their program over the course of years as head coach at Prescott. Coach Poole believes this past football season of accolades achieved is an honor and a tribute to the team, coaches and the entire Prescott community.
"Even though it was a great honor it is just a testament of our community, school district, football players, coaching staff, and then me. It should be in that order because that award was won for all," Poole said.
Head coach for the West Football squad was Billy Dawson of Russellville. Assistant Coaches were Terry Farmer of England, Doug Loughridge of Alma, Stephen Neal of Pea Ridge, Tommy Poole of Prescott, Bryan Pratt of Bentonville West, and JD Plumlee of Russellville.
Head coach for the East Football squad was Randy Coleman of Jonesboro. Assistant Coaches were Mike Falleur of Northside, Bo Hembree of Warren, Randy Johnston of Bald Knob, Rich Trail of Forrest City, Drake Widener of Des Arc, and Gunnar Wilbanks of Jonesboro.