LITTLE ROCK — There are more than a few Pine Bluff players who will see a two-headed monster in their dreams over the coming days. That creature would be the morphed-together bodies of North Little Rock running backs D.J. Brown and Fabian Lewis.
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The Watson Chapel junior high football team defeated Jacksonville 24-8 in a convincing win Thursday night to move to 3-0 on the season.
The Warren Lumberjacks (1-1) are no strangers to their upcoming opponent in the Pulaski Academy Bruins (1-1). This will be the seventh meeting since 2002 for the teams and PA has won four of the past six meetings, including a 42-30 win at PA last year.
In what has become the HWY 270 Classic, White Hall has beaten Sheridan six of the past 10 seasons, but the two teams have split the past four meetings.
The Dollarway Cardinals look to wrap up their nonconference schedule with an unblemished record as they travel to face Camden Fairview — ranked No. 3 in 5A by Hootens.com — on Friday.
The Watson Chapel Wildcats (0-2) are still looking for their first win on the year, but with the grueling nonconference schedule, first-year head coach Jared Dutton said he isn’t too upset.
Last year, Pine Bluff endured a nightmare first quarter against North Little Rock.
Pine Bluff High School on Tuesday released fan information for Thursday’s game vs. North Little Rock at War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock.
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STUTTGART — Senior quarterback Justin Gorman threw for 200 yards and a touchdown as the Warren Lumberjacks, the No. 1 team in the 4A, defeated the Stuttgart Ricebirds 28-12 Friday night at Moseley Stadium.