The White Hall Bulldogs have yet to win a game this season, but you wouldn’t be able to tell just by being around the team. Even though, they haven’t had much success on the field they’re still having fun, and that’s the most important thing.
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BRYANT — The Ridgway Christian volleyball team picked up a four-set victory on the road at Arkansas Christian on Tuesday night.
Ridgway Christian scored with 2 seconds left to forge a tie atop the Arkansas Association of Christian Schools standings at home on Friday night.
DE QUEEN — It usually isn’t easy to beat a team on their homecoming game, and Watson Chapel faced one of those tests on Friday night when they played the De Queen Leopards.
RISON — Rison and Hermitage combined for 1,014 yards of offense Friday night, but in the end the Wildcats managed enough defensive stops to pull away for a wild 77-36 victory over the Hermits in an 8-2A Conference shootout at Wildcat Field.
The Dollarway Cardinals traveled to take on the new and improved DeWitt Dragons, and although it was a close contest, Dollarway came away the victor by a score of 22-19.
LITTLE ROCK — It was far from a one-man show, but Braylen Jones made the two biggest plays of what was billed as Pine Bluff’s first true test of the season.
STAR CITY — The Warren Lumberjacks defeated the Star City Bulldogs 35-23 Friday at Star City. It looked hopeful for Star City, who had narrowed a 12-point lead to 5 with less than five minutes to play.
A pair of touchdown runs by Calvin Young propelled Jack Robey to a 44-22 win over Malvern at home on Thursday night.
No offense to Fort Smith Northside, Watson Chapel, North Little Rock or Texarkana, but Pine Bluff hasn’t been challenged this season.