On the surface, the Arkansas-Pine Bluff soccer team had an incredibly impressive weekend.
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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — A 24-20 Arkansas win over Tennessee on Saturday was remarkable for its number of “first-evers.”
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — The only fourth-quarter play Brandon Allen had to make was a slide. He didn’t have to win the game for Arkansas. No final-second dramatics were necessary. His dreadlocked teammate made sure of it.
LITTLE ROCK — Still paying homage to homefield advantage? Be my guest.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Arkansas suffered another injury in Saturday’s game against Tennessee.
Ridgway Christian scored with 2 seconds left to forge a tie atop the Arkansas Association of Christian Schools standings at home on Friday night.
LITTLE ROCK — After allowing 21 third-quarter points against Alabama A&M, Arkansas-Pine Bluff concentrated this week on being more focused coming out of halftime.
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.
Four second-half goals pushed Arkansas-Pine Bluff to its second straight win as it played its first home game on Friday afternoon at Pumphrey Stadium.
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.