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Bulldogs hope to keep improving against Rams

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.

Back at it Again

UAPB junior Ghiavonni Robinson (23) defends during Tuesday’s practice at H.O. Clemmons Arena. He is expected to be one of the team’s key contributors this season. Robinson is just one of the players head coach George Ivory said should have his team scoring a lot of points this winter. Along with Robinson, Ivory said he expects Pine Bluff natives JoVaughn Love and T.J. Handley to also step up in 2015-16.

Question-and-Answer with UAPB athletics director Hardy

During halftime of Sunday’s soccer game between Arkansas-Pine Bluff and Alabama State, UAPB athletics director Lonza Hardy Jr. sat down with The Commercial for a question-and-answer session to discuss various topics regarding Golden Lions athletics. Below is a transcript of the nearly 7-minute interview.

Are you ready?

“But when the Son of Man comes in His glory, and all the angels with Him, then He will sit on His glorious throne. All the nations will be gathered before Him; and He will separate them from one another, as the shepherd separates the sheep from the goats; and He will put the sheep on His right, and the goats on the left.” Matthew 25:31-33

Help teen maintain healthy weight by setting example

Q. My 15-year-old daughter is overweight. I don’t want to dwell on her weight because I am fearful that she will develop an eating disorder. She tells me that there are several girls in her school who are anorexic or bulimic. Is there a way I can get her to manage her weight problem without her becoming defensive or developing a disorder? I’ve noticed that she is spending more time in her room.

Cardinals won’t look past Dragons

The Dollarway Cardinals have shown improvement from week to week, and they’re in a good position at this point in the season. After a Week 2 loss to Forrest City, the Cardinals had to refocus themselves, and they’ve done just that.

Historic Kick

History was apparently made in the Continental Youth Football League last month. The Little Angels’ Jorrell Grant made what is believed to be the first field goal in the history of the league. Grant has been playing in the league since he was 4. He is the son of Angela Thomas and Corey Grant. (Special to The Comemrcial)