In sports, recognition comes along with being a great player. Monday evening, the White Hall Sports Hall of Fame held its fifth annual induction banquet. The banquet was held at the James Morgan Community Center in White Hall.
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DE QUEEN — The 2015 football season wasn’t kind to the White Hall Bulldogs, and now it has come to an end.
The White Hall Bulldogs will have one more chance to get into the win column this season.
The game between the White Hall Bulldogs and The Hope Bobcats wasn’t ever close, however the Bulldogs will be able to take some positives away from this one.
The White Hall Bulldogs fought hard against Hot Springs last week, but they came up short once again. The Bulldogs were able to get in the end zone for a pair of touchdowns, but those weren’t enough to take down the Trojans.
Things have been rough for the White Hall Bulldogs (0-7, 0-4 in 5A-South) this season. Last week it didn’t get any better for the Bulldogs as they lost big to their crosstown conference rival Watson Chapel.
The cross town rivalry between Watson Chapel and White Hall is usually very competitive, but this year it was a one-sided event. Coming into Friday night’s contest, the White Hall Bulldogs had been struggling to put a complete game together, and the struggles continued against the Watson Chapel Wildcats in a mercy rule game.
Even though things have not gone the way White Hall wanted them to, they’re still playing this season with an optimistic approach. At this point, it’s easy for White Hall to hang its head, but the team has continued to work.