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Hootens Kickoff Week

Hot Springs Lakeside linebacker Kennedy King celebrates a touchdown against Lincoln during the first half of play Monday, Sept. 1, 2014, at Razorback Stadium in Fayetteville.

Two blowouts made for a long night for two Arkansas teams on the first night of a week of high school football games to begin the 2014 season. Local team Lincoln fell to Hot Springs Lakeside, coached by former Nashville and Arkansas quarterback and former Fayetteville High offensive coordinator Jared McBride. The nightcap featured Highland and Texas powerhouse Midland Christian.

About Andy Shupe

Andy Shupe was born at Pensacola Naval Air Station in Pensacola, Fla., before moving to Berea, Ky., where he grew up. After graduating from Berea College with a degree in biology in 1993, Andy moved to Fayetteville and began working for the Northwest Arkansas Times as a clever ploy to enable him to see his beloved Kentucky Wildcats play basketball. In addition to photography, Andy enjoys baseball, working on old cars and marveling at how old that makes him sound.