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Watson Chapel shows grit, battling back to defeat Hot Springs Lakeside

Heading into Wednesday’s contest, the Watson Chapel Wildcats needed to make up as much ground as possible in the 5A South standings as the regular season is coming to an end. The Wildcats hosted the Hot Springs Lakeside Rams, who came into the match up two games ahead. This game was very pivotal for the Wildcats, and they grinded out a tough win by the final score of 7-6.

Zebras jump out early, hold off Razorbacks

The Pine Bluff Zebras have been playing really well as of late, and that continued as they welcomed in the Texarkana Razorbacks on Friday evening. Texarkana attempted to make a late rally at it, but the Zebras were able to close out the game and go on to win by the score of 8-5.

PBHS seniors Higgins, O’Guinn sign with UAPB baseball

What a special day it was for the Pine Bluff Zebras’ baseball program. Friday afternoon, two Zebra seniors, Kacy Higgins Jr. and Jordan O’Guinn signed their national letters of intent to further their baseball careers at Arkansas-Pine Bluff. Higgins and O’Guinn grew up playing baseball together and played football together for the Zebras the past three years, and for them to be able to stick together as they move on to next level, means a lot to them.

Blossoms drop pair to Tigers

ADA, Okla. — The Arkansas-Monticello softball team opened a four-game Great American Conference road series against East Central with a pair of losses on Friday, falling 10-2 in the first game and 5-2 in the second game.

Wood ties Wevils’ HR record in win

MONTICELLO — Arkansas-Monticello senior baseball player Corey Wood tied a school record for home runs in a season with his 14th to highlight a 13-3, eight-inning win for the Boll Weevils over East Central (Oklahoma) on Friday afternoon.

UAPB women sign four

The Arkansas-Pine Bluff women’s basketball team added depth and size to their lineup for the 2016-2017 season with the signing of Brittany Wallace, Mercy Blanco, Aiya El Hassan and Tiffany Murdock to national letters of intent.