FORDYCE — The McGehee Owls are used to the feeling of winning a regional championship by now. But this one brought out plenty of emotion in the perennial state title contenders.
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FORDYCE — Maybe no team from the 8-3A Conference has as much scoring depth as Fordyce in girls basketball. But if anything can outshine the Ladybugs’ offense, it’s their defense.
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Saturday night wasn’t Marcell Mosley’s best performance of the season, but, after having missed the past four games, his presence alone helped lift Arkansas-Pine Bluff to a home win.
The Arkansas-Pine Bluff women are probably thankful they have one more home game on Monday night, because Saturday’s performance would not have been the best way for the team’s six seniors to go out.
WHITE HALL — Although both teams had already locked up a spot in the 5A state tournament, it was still a rivalry game.
The jigsaw puzzle that is the seeding for the upcoming 6A state girls basketball playoffs still has a missing piece, but Pine Bluff has provided a much clearer picture with a second big victory in three days.
WHITE HALL — The Watson Chapel Lady Wildcats ended their regular season with a statement over their rival White Hall Lady Bulldogs on Saturday night with an emphatic 59-30 inside Bert Honey Gymnasium.
MONTICELLO — For the third time in as many years, Monticello will get a shot at the 4A South Region boys championship.
MONTICELLO – Arkansas-Monticello wrapped up the 2014-15 women’s basketball regular season with a 77-60 defeat to Great American Conference co-champion Arkansas Tech on Saturday inside Steelman Field House.