Pine Bluff head coach Bobby Bolding likes new experiences.
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JACKSONVILLE — Dollarway held Jacksonville Lighthouse Charter School to six or fewer points in each quarter and left with a 59-17 victory in girls basketball Tuesday.
The script was completely different, but the result was exactly the same.
RISON — Preparing for a defense that has yielded just 76 points in a dozen games this season is the task facing Rison this week, as the Wildcats (11-1) travel to Hazen on Friday night to challenge the undefeated Hornets (12-0) in the quarterfinals of the 2A state playoffs. Kickoff at Hornet Field is set for 7 p.m.
On Oct. 17, Smackover traveled to Fordyce and handed the Redbugs their first loss in 6-3A Conference play. This Friday, Fordyce will look to return the favor by going to Smackover and knocking the Buckaroos out of the 3A state playoffs.
HOT SPRINGS — A 29-point third quarter helped Monticello rout Ashdown, 61-30, for the Hot Springs Lakeside Classic title on Monday.
Chris Dufrene installed a pair of trick plays into Clinton’s offense just one day before Friday’s 4A second round game at Dollarway.
JACKSONVILLE — Four Watson Chapel players reached double-figures to help the Wildcats win the North Pulaski Tournament on Saturday afternoon.
WARREN — If there was any doubt as to how the Warren Lumberjacks (9-3) would show up for the playoffs after not winning the 8-4A title outright, Friday night made another big statement.