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Abby Weaver of White Hall scores right behind Summer Henderson in the bottom of the second inning with two outs Monday against Sylvan Hills in White Hall. Weaver drove in Henderson and rounded the bases on the same play, a single with two errors. The game was stopped in the bottom of the third inning due to rain, with White Hall leading 7-2. The game is not expected to be completed because it was a nonconference contest. (Pine Bluff Commercial/I.C. Murrell)

Tourney Week

As if playing with wooden bats isn't enough, Kenn Dickson's Junior Babe Ruth Baseball team will have another challenge ahead in the Jim Hill Wood Bat Classic.

Three runs in 5th lifts Cannon

WHITE HALL — Cannon scored three runs in the bottom of the fifth inning to rally from a two-run deficit and defeat Optimist 5-4 Monday night at Junior Babe Ruth ball park in White Hall.

Sen. Mark Pryor to host sportsmen town hall meeting

LITTLE ROCK—U.S. Senator Mark Pryor has announced that he will host a "Sportsmen Town Hall" on June 1 in Little Rock. As Vice Chair of the Congressional Sportsmen's Caucus and member of the Migratory Bird Conservation Commission, Pryor will discuss issues affecting Arkansas hunters, anglers, and outdoorsmen.

Lady Dogs Get Big Break

FAYETTEVILLE — A fluke play in the bottom of the fifth inning was enough for the White Hall Lady Bulldogs to win their second straight 5A softball state championship on Saturday at Bogle Park at the University of Arkansas.

Best Matchup?

Greenbrier coach Brian Butler holds today's 5A state softball championship game against White Hall to the highest regards.

Warrior Dash

Members of the White Hall High School basketball team participated in the Warrior Dash on May 11. The event took place in Amity and benefits St. Jude's Children Hospital. And to date the events have raised over 5 million dollars. The warrior dash is a 5k with anywhere from 10-15 obstacles through out the course. From left, Marc Stringer, J'Breun Steen, Will Johnson, Chandler Ferrell, Kinzie Kight and Jake McNulty.