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.
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HOT SPRINGS - The White Hall Lady Bulldogs had another impressive outing at the 5A state track championship. Along with the White Hall girls track team, the White Hall boys track team, and the Watson Chapel boys and girls track teams competed Tuesday at Hot Springs High School.
After Sheridan beat Pine Bluff, 14-7, on April 8, Yellowjackets coach Mike Moore complimented his opponent, mentioning they have the talent to make some noise. It was high praise coming from the coach of the defending 6A state champions.
FAYETTEVILLE - Keon Hatcher posted a photograph his left foot in a boot Tuesday. He, apparently, had surgery on it, the same one he broke last year in the second game of the season and subsequently missed the rest of the year for.
FAYETTEVILLE - Former Arkansas guard Jimmy Whitt is transferring to Southern Methodist he announced Monday. The Arkansas News Bureau first reported Whitt’s intentions to transfer March 18.
You may have heard the story about Michael Jordan getting cut from his high school basketball team as a sophomore, well White Hall senior Kyla Harvey has a somewhat similar story of her own. On Monday, Harvey signed her letter of intent to be a member of the Southern Arkansas University spirit cheerleading squad.
MONTICELLO — The 20th-ranked Arkansas-Monticello baseball team lost its regular season finale on Monday with a 4-3, 10-inning setback to Southern Arkansas at Weevils Field.
FAYETTEVILLE - Nostradamus could not say what Tuesday night’s Missouri State-Arkansas baseball game means outside of an individual win or loss for the participants. In the grand scheme of things the game holds some measure of weight on each team’s resume. How much is up for debate.
STAR CITY — After a tumultuous regular season, the Star City baseball team is set to enter the 4A South Region tournament in the best way possible — on a win.
The Watson Chapel girls track 4x400-meter relay team, which took third in the 5A-South Conference meet, was composed of Shanna Shavers, Timesha Cole, Cayla Trotter and Yasmin Jackson. Due to an error on the track aggregation website milesplit.com, the members of the team were incorrectly reported in a meet wrap-up that appeared in Saturday’s edition.