This week, the Prescott Curley Wolves and Curley Cubs are in full gear to begin their 2018 fall campaigns after intense summer workouts in the heated temperatures to perfect their performances to aim toward successful upcoming football seasons.

This week, the Prescott Curley Wolves and Curley Cubs are in full gear to begin their 2018 fall campaigns after intense summer workouts in the heated temperatures to perfect their performances to aim toward successful upcoming football seasons.
For the previous three Thursday's mornings in the July, the Curley Wolves and Curley Cubs hosted team camps to their practice field facility to test their offensive and defensive schemes in productive workouts for senior and junior high football competition.
The Curley Cubs welcomed schools area schools' Hope and Arkadelphia along Mt. Ida to their gridiron  territory and kept the competition aspect competitive, aggressive and physical for big time play to be expected for their upcoming year.
The Curley Cubs showcased several bright spots on both ends offensively and defensively as they utilized the ground attack with productive ball movement of key blocking to open holes and dazzled through the defense against each team. Also, the Cubs made plays in the passing attack with receivers able to capitalize being targets by productive blocking by linemen to allow their QB work the magic out the pocket. Defensively, the Cubs were key upfront and moved to the ball productively during several series of plays.
Prescott Jr. High head coach Russell Carter takes over this season as successful longtime coach Dennis Pruitt will remain a part of the staff. Carter brings some key veteran football coaching expertise in senior and junior high football experience to the Cubs this season. Carter is very excited about journeying back to the head coaching platform and feels enthused to work with another talented group of athletes that the Prescott Cubs brings to the field this season after recording a perfect unbeaten year in 2017 under coach Pruitt's guidance.
As for the senior high scenario, the Curley Wolves have kept themselves up to speed and focused to be one of the top contenders in the Class 3A state title hunt after their production shown at camps. The Wolves had no problem to show their abilities on the gridiron to be productive and pleasing their veteran football coaching staff this summer.
Head coach Tommy Poole conducted camp with observation of each teams play on the offensive and defensive sides of attack during each Thursday's summer workouts in Prescott. The Wolves showcased some aggressive and physical blocking and tackling defensively with productive coverage play in the secondary that turned into positives with key interceptions for turnovers against their opponents in workouts.
The Wolves kept their ball movement sharp due to a productive line helping the running attack on the ground prevail against the defense. Also offensively, the Wolves receivers caught key passes to allow their passing scheme work effectively during each day of camp workouts.
Now with the summer workouts completed, the Wolves and Cubs turn their attention to prepare for their upcoming fall football season opponents to keep a decades of successful years of dominance on the gridiron for the Curley Wolf nation fans in Prescott. Both the Wolves and Cubs completed unbeaten seasons at home on the legendary Prescott coach Eddie Jackson Field last year aim towards be dominant and productive once again for 2018.
The Curley Wolves will open the 2018 football season Aug. 24 on the road against Lafayette County Cougars. The Wolves home-opener is scheduled Aug. 31 hosting Mena at Eddie Jackson Field, Cummins Stadium.
The Curley Cubs season-opener is scheduled September 6 on the road against Hope at Hammons Stadium. The Cubs also travel to Centerpoint on Sept. 13 for the second week and finally return to Prescott for their season home-opener Sept. 20 hosting Fouke at Eddie Jackson Field, Cummins Stadium.