The lack of experience, leadership, and awareness has really haunted the White Hall Bulldogs in the first stretch of the 2015 season.
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WHITE HALL — The White Hall Bulldogs just cant seem to avoid making mistakes, and those mistakes have kept them from getting over the hump.
WHITE HALL — The White Hall Bulldogs (0-3) came up short last week against their longtime rivals from Sheridan.
Last week the White Hall Bulldogs (0-2) played a very talented Little Rock Christian team that is currently ranked second in 5A in by Hootens.com and MaxPreps.com.
Little Rock Christian Academy Warriors defeated the White Hall Bulldogs, 48-13, on Friday at White Hall.
Practice should be used very wisely this week by the White Hall Bulldogs.
VAN BUREN — Greg Werner’s coaching debut for Van Buren was fast and furious on Friday night.
White Hall will be looking to surprise some people Friday night. The Bulldogs are not highly regarded as a team with potential this season, and there are legitimate reasons behind those thoughts.
White Hall’s 2014 season was full of close games, and the Bulldogs’ overall record was 5-6. In five of those six losses the margin of victory was seven points or fewer. One big play could have been the difference between a win or loss for the Bulldogs many times last season.
First photo: The White Hall All-Stars competed in the Babe Ruth 14-year-old World Series as a host team, along with Pine Bluff Northern and Seabrook, for the national tournament. White Hall advanced to the bracket-play portion of the 12-team showcase before losing 3-2 in the quarterfinals to Hazel Dell Metro, Washington. Pictured are front row, from left, Spencer Smith, Zach Motsinger, Austin Terrell, Treyton Carter, Griffin Haynes, Josh Looney, bat boy Carsen Terrell and Adam Johnston; and back row, manager Jeff Johnson, Braden Croft, Reese Wilkerson, Wes Harp, coach Brent Terrell, Bradley Reece, Baylor Owen, Jake McClain and coach John Looney. (Special to The Commercial)