FAYETTEVILLE — A week after facing one of the SEC’s biggest running backs in Tennessee’s Jalen Hurd, Arkansas will now face its biggest, best one.
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It’s homecoming week for the Dollarway Cardinals and that will serve as extra motivation for them to go out and get another win on Friday night. The Cardinals’ fans definitely have something to be proud, and they’ll be there to support their team like always.
When Arkansas-Pine Bluff and Mississippi Valley State met a little over two weeks ago, the Golden Lions had not won a single set in their first 14 matches.
If Pine Bluff’s goal this season has been to win games by misleading scores, the Zebras took the cake with last Friday’s 42-0 win over Parkview.
FAYETTEVILLE — The Purple Dogs versus the Red Dogs. One of the oldest rivalries in Arkansas high school football. That’s what Dre Greenlaw was preparing for at this time last year.
Jared Dutton knows that there’s plenty of talent throughout the 5A-South Conference, but his Watson Chapel Wildcats definitely have put themselves in a good position to win a conference championship. The Wildcats are beginning to jell at the perfect time as things are really heating up in conference play.
The Ridgway Christian junior high football team displayed an impressive performance on Tuesday night when they took on the Arkansas School for the Deaf Leopards. The Eagles had their way with the Leopards and they where able to win big by the score of 52-8.
MONTICELLO — Kelly Burdeau was surprised to learn her team had ended a five-match losing streak after defeating Arkansas-Pine Bluff on Tuesday at Steelman Field House.
The White Hall Bulldogs have yet to win a game this season, but you wouldn’t be able to tell just by being around the team. Even though, they haven’t had much success on the field they’re still having fun, and that’s the most important thing.