White Hall’s 2014 season was full of close games, and the Bulldogs’ overall record was 5-6. In five of those six losses the margin of victory was seven points or fewer. One big play could have been the difference between a win or loss for the Bulldogs many times last season.
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The defending 4A state champion has a lot of work cut out for them.
The Fordyce Redbugs, led by head coach Tim Rodgers, are one of the few teams to return 16 starters back on a team that finished 7-6 (5-2 in 6-3A) ending with a trip to the playoffs.
Rison head coach Clay Totty said his players could use one word to describe last season.
A lot of people around the state of Arkansas may have heard about Drew Central football. But it might not be the reputation head coach Steven Moore wants to be known for.
Last season the Woodlawn Bears were able to advance to the second round of the playoffs under former head coach Zach Branch.
For the Dumas Bobcats this season, resetting is a solid term.
Second-year coach Marty Davis knew his first year as head coach of the Monticello Billies would be difficult for obvious reasons.
There’s no question that this Sheridan football team is a senior-led group. Sheridan has a total of 16 seniors returning for their last year of Yellowjacket football. This group is definitely battle tested, but they haven’t had much success in the past two seasons. A lot of that can be credited to their youth and inexperience, but this year that can’t be used as an excuse at all.
Whenever there is a new coach, there is to be some expected growing pains. That was the case for last year’s Stuttgart Ricebird team led by head coach Vince Perrin.