The Arkansas Mustangs’ high school AAU team came from the losers’ bracket to win the TC Events-Route 66 Hoop Showcase in Tulsa, Oklahoma, June 26-27. The Mustangs avenged their loss to the Tulsa Diamonds in the championship game, winning 43-40. The Mustangs will compete in the AAU Junior Olympics starting July 21 in Louisville, Kentucky. Team members include: standing from left, assistant coach Billy Ridgell, Mete Davis, William Ridgell, Keshon Douglas, Jyrimee Thompson, Bruce Rollins, Cameron Girley, Khalid Campbell and coach Otis Johnson; sitting, Jaylen Spicer. (Special to The Commercial)
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Trent Jeffries is making his comeback to Southeast Arkansas.
FAYETTEVILLE — A pair of Razorbacks who left early for their sport’s respective drafts earlier this month are both now officially former Hogs.
FAYETTEVILLE — This week we continue our look at a team-by-team opponent analysis of the Arkansas football schedule. Today is Week 5.
Simeon Blair has been working hard since his first season as the Dollarway quarterback ended prematurely last fall. That hard work paid off a few weeks ago in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
FAYETTEVILLE — Following last week’s NBA Draft, Southeastern Conference basketball coaches took stock of their teams. With ex-players officially playing for new teams, mostly, the chapter to the 2014-15 season is closed.
LITTLE ROCK — Halfway through 2015, two winning streaks trump all other successes.
FAYETTEVILLE — By Week 3 the Arkansas Razorbacks should have already faced two teams just like themselves, only less talented. It probably will not have been too much of a test, considering the Arkansas expectations.
Last week, the Louis Moss Striders Track Club participated in the USATF Arkansas Junior Olympic Track and Field Championships at the Coleman Sports Recreation Complex on the campus of the Univeristy of Arkansas at Little Rock.