The Rison Wildcats opened up postseason play with a second-round win over the Gurdon Go-Devils last week. The Wildcats were able to hold on and win by the score of 26-21, and now they have a chance to compete in the quarterfinals.
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WARREN — The McGehee boys basketball team overcame an early seven-point deficit to earn a 60-56 road win over Warren on Monday night.
The Warren Lumberjacks were able to advance to the quarterfinals of the 4A state playoffs, but it wasn’t easy.
JACKSONVILLE — The Pine Bluff boys basketball completed a second-half comeback to win the North Pulaski tournament on Saturday night.
WARREN — A contrast in playing styles was the story heading into Friday night’s second round 4A playoff matchup between the Warren Lumberjacks and the Pottsville Apaches.
RISON — Using a 23-play, 93-yard touchdown drive, that started on the last play of the third quarter and ended with a 5-yard TD plunge by Chris Leaks on fourth down with 1:44 to go in the game, lifted the Rison Wildcats to a 26-21 victory over the Gurdon Go-Devils in the second round of the Class 2A state playoffs Friday night at Wildcat Field.
Russellville put on an absolute clinic Friday night at Jordan Stadium.
JACKSONVILLE — The Pine Bluff boys basketball team reached the championship game of the North Pulaski tournament with a 75-66 win over McClellan on Thursday night.
The last time Pine Bluff played a football game the Zebras won the 6A-South Conference title and completed the program’s first undefeated regular season since 1995.
Heading into the 2015 football season it was hard to predict how things would turn out for the Warren Lumberjacks, due to inexperience at key positions for the reigning 4A state champions. Now that the Lumberjacks have completed the regular season with only one blemish on their record, it’s safe to say that they exceeded the expectations that most had for them.