WHITE HALL — Momentum is a fickle lady.
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DUMAS — The Star City Bulldogs spotted Dumas a 7-0 lead that lasted all of 58 seconds on the clock and scored all of their points in the second quarter as they defeated the Bobcats for the sixth straight time, 28-7, in an 8-4A Conference game Friday at Tidwell Field.
DeWITT — The Warren Lumberjacks (5-2) played strong on offense and defense to secure a 42-14 win Friday night against DeWitt (1-6).
Dollarway preserved its unbeaten streak in conference play by a yard … maybe 4.
LITTLE ROCK — Pine Bluff head coach Bobby Bolding found an interesting way to keep his team from looking, at least too far, past Little Rock Hall with El Dorado next on the schedule.
Watson Chapel scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter en route to a 12-0 win over Mills on Thursday night at Wildcat Stadium.
DEWITT — Winning just one game — a Week 2 victory over Stuttgart — in its first three games, the Warren Lumberjacks got off to a unlikely start for a team ranked No. 1 in the 4A. However, the Lumberjacks (4-2, 3-0 8-4A) have won three straight conference games on the back of senior quarterback Justin Gorman, who has thrown 10 touchdowns in the last two weeks, including a 47-point win over Dumas last Friday.
WHITE HALL — The rivalry between White Hall and Watson Chapel is not lost on Bulldog head coach Mike Vaughn.
The final four weeks in the regular season, starting Friday, will be the biggest stretch Keshawn Williams has faced in a regular season at Dollarway.
It could not be a better time for Watson Chapel.