The Curley Wolf nation continues to keep buzzing off another historic win for their hometown defending Class 3A state champion Prescott Curley Wolves dominating the Centerpoint Knights, 53-0 on Friday night on Eddie Jackson Field at Cummins Stadium.

The Curley Wolf nation continues to keep buzzing off another historic win for their hometown defending Class 3A state champion Prescott Curley Wolves dominating the Centerpoint Knights, 53-0 on Friday night on Eddie Jackson Field at Cummins Stadium. It was the battle of the unbeaten's as Prescott and Centerpoint came into their match-up 3-0 overall to begin 3-5A Conference play. The Knights would suffer their first loss of the season falling to 3-1 overall, as the Curley Wolves remain undefeated and still without tasting a defeat from 2015.
The Curley Wolves had no problem providing a big performance on the gridiron and dominated the game on both sides of the ball. Offensively, the Curley Wolves racked up their highest points scored this season with 53 to surpass last week's 48-3 win against their longtime rivals Hope to conclude non-conference schedule for week 3 of football season 2017. The Curley Wolves jumped out to big lead in opening quarter action to account for four end zone trips to end the first period leading the Knights, 28-0. Prescott kept more momentum progressing in the second quarter for a few more touchdowns and defensively held the Knights scoreless. At halftime, Prescott led Centerpoint, 47-0.
At the start of the second half, the sportsmanship rule went into effect tor the entire third and fourth quarters. The Curley Wolves added one more trip into the end zone off a 8-yard TD run by Isaiah Wayne to secure another overall impressive performance by the reigning Class 3A state champs to move to 4-0 overall, 1-0 in conference play.
Prescott's Thomas Muldrew scored two running touchdowns for 12-yards and 2-yards on the ground. Muldrew also threw a TD pass for 65-yards to receiver Cameron Cox on the reception. Quarterback Cade Haynie completed a 55-yard touchdown pass to receiver Kadarius Pearson. Also on the ground attack, Mykal Burns scored a 13-yard touchdown run and Laroderick Walker marched into the end zone on 28-yard TD run. Defensively, Derrick Thompson posted a pick-six for 27 yards on the interception for a touchdown.
The Curley Wolves victory, continues to keep a historic winning-streak progresses now posting the most consecutive wins in their football program rolling to 19 victories in a row. They've not seek a conference loss in over two seasons and remain unbeaten at home since last season, including the postseason in the playoffs.  
Last week's win broke the all-time winning-streak in school history for their football program defeating Hope to reach 18 consecutive victories in a row.
Prescott football head coach Tommy Poole is proud of the direction his Curley Wolves are going into the start of conference season. "Defensively I thought we played well and did a good job. The kids executed and think we did the best job defensively so far this year. Offensively, we played good but still got a lot of room to improve and just be consistent," Poole said.
For the fifth week in a row, Prescott continues to hold the No. 1 overall ranking in Associated Press Arkansas Prep Poll and Arkansas Democrat Gazette Prep Poll for Class 3A. The Curley Wolves will now take their winning ways of perfection on the gridiron to another longtime rival of the Gurdon Go-Devils this Friday night. There's a long history between these two teams with the Curley Wolves winning big last season against Gurdon 44-13 in Prescott. The Go-Devils look for revenge this Friday night at home, but coming off a tough loss to Horatio last week 27-7. Friday's kickoff set for 7 p.m. in Gurdon.