WHITE HALL — The White Hall Bulldogs got caught scoreboard watching and it almost cost them a win on Monday night at White Hall High School.
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WHITE HALL — For Abby Weaver, deciding to continue her softball career at Southern Arkansas in Magnolia was an easy decision and something she has known for almost a year and a half.
By Sam Pierce
Grayson Martin, a White Hall junior golfer pictured at right, placed third in the United States Junior Golf Tour, played in Tunica, Miss. From left is Parkey Daily of Jackson, Miss., first place winner with a 155, and Moak Griffin, of Columbus, Miss., who was second with a 164. Martin shot a 165 score.
The White Hall Bulldogs couldn’t overcome a poor shooting night in a 58-41 loss to the Dumas Bobcats on Monday night at the Southeast Arkansas Girls Tournament held at Pine Bluff High School.
Students from White Hall Martial Arts were busy in the month of October, traveling to competitions in Fayettville and Jacksonville.
The White Hall Bulldogs (7-2, 4-2 5A-South) finish up the regular season with a road trip to the De Queen Leopards (0-9, 0-6) on Friday night at Leopard Stadium.
WHITE HALL — Trailing by eight and facing a fourth down with about six minutes left in the game, White Hall head coach Mike Vaughn was debating going for it.
WHITE HALL – White Hall head coach Mike Vaughn was not surprised Hope upset No. 1 Camden Fairview last week because he has known all along how well they play.
HOT SPRINGS — Down 35-21 with 1:07 left in the third quarter, the White Hall Bulldogs fought back for a 48-35 win over the Hot Springs Trojans in 5A-South action on Joe Reese field at Holt Memorial Stadium on Friday night.