The Watson Chapel boys and girls basketball teams are no strangers to the 5A state tournament.
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COVE — None of McGehee’s current basketball players were in high school the previous time the Owls did not make it past the first round of a state tournament.
The Pine Bluff Zebras and Fillies and the Sheridan Lady Yellowjackets basketball teams have a chance to give some good exposure to the 6A-South in Siloam Springs.
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Pine Bluff High football players and their families, as well as other supporters, gathered at the Pine Bluff Convention Center ballroom Monday for the team’s 6A state championship ceremony. (Special to The Commercial/Joe Dempsey)
MONTICELLO — The third time was the charm for Wayne Sherrer and his Monticello Billies.
MONTICELLO — Star City head coach Becky Brown didn’t have much to say after her girls brought back the regional crown to Star City for the first time since 2012.
FORDYCE — The McGehee Owls are used to the feeling of winning a regional championship by now. But this one brought out plenty of emotion in the perennial state title contenders.
FORDYCE — Maybe no team from the 8-3A Conference has as much scoring depth as Fordyce in girls basketball. But if anything can outshine the Ladybugs’ offense, it’s their defense.
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