LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas is one of four SEC teams that should be perfect against nonconference opponents this season, the last time that 4-0 will be darned near automatic for league teams.
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The Hunter Slammer’s finished in first place in the American Eastern Little League softball standings with a 12-1-1 record. Bottom row, from left to right: Charlston Colen, Jaimi Ingram, Tyra Reams, Kenadi James, Leiah Crane, Bryson Cross (team batboy) and Allison Jackson. Top row, from left to right: Khylah Cross, Talah Hunter, Sydney Fooster and Charlese Colen. Coaches, from left to right: Dedrick Cross (manager), Charles Colen, Leo Crane and Carl Jackson. Players not present: Sh’Lanyna Lawson, Ka’Miah Thorton, Amiya Helloms and Liyah Goins. (Special to The Commercial)
FAYETTEVILLE — This week we continue our look at a team-by-team opponent analysis of the Arkansas football schedule. Today is Week 6.
A Southeast Arkansas native is returning to his home state for his first head coaching job.
Myles Jack is a fan favorite in college football due to his ability to play on both sides of the football.
LITTLE ROCK – Turns out, there’s more to Arkansas-Pine Bluff returning to Little Rock than just a conference football game.
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)
Trent Jeffries is making his comeback to Southeast Arkansas.