The script was completely different, but the result was exactly the same.
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ATHENS, Ohio — The Arkansas-Pine Bluff men’s basketball team couldn’t turn a second-half lead against Ohio into a road victory over the Bobcats on Tuesday night at the Convocation Center.
DALLAS — Junior Michael Qualls put away a final free throw to solidify No. 25-ranked Arkansas’ 77-70 defeat over Southern Methodist and the Razorbacks’ true first non-conference road win since 2008 on Tuesday night.
JACKSONVILLE — Dollarway held Jacksonville Lighthouse Charter School to six or fewer points in each quarter and left with a 59-17 victory in girls basketball Tuesday.
RISON — Preparing for a defense that has yielded just 76 points in a dozen games this season is the task facing Rison this week, as the Wildcats (11-1) travel to Hazen on Friday night to challenge the undefeated Hornets (12-0) in the quarterfinals of the 2A state playoffs. Kickoff at Hornet Field is set for 7 p.m.
On Oct. 17, Smackover traveled to Fordyce and handed the Redbugs their first loss in 6-3A Conference play. This Friday, Fordyce will look to return the favor by going to Smackover and knocking the Buckaroos out of the 3A state playoffs.
FAYETTEVILLE — Arkansas running back Jonathan Williams hurt his shoulder in the season opener, but has played through the nagging pain all season.
Arkansas couldn’t find much to frown about after its 30-0 win against Ole Miss.
Holdyn Brown, 8, poses with his first buck, which was killed on Nov. 1 during a youth hunt. He is the son of Steven and Allison Brown and lives in Pine Bluff.