Greenbrier defeats Beebe with a score of 33-14.
Little Rock Christian defeats Batesville with a score of 52-21.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Pulaski Academy beats Har-Ber 84-68 in our first “Fearless Friday Game of the Week”.
Little Rock, AR - Five LRCA Warriors signed with NCAA Division I, II, III and NAIA institutions.
Division I Signees:
Allison Risius – University of Arkansas at Little Rock – Cross Country
Chase Venn – Loyola University, New Orleans, LA – Golf
Division II Signee:
MJ Loggins – Southern Arkansas University, Magnolia – Football
Division III Signee:
Claire Huchingson – Hendrix College, Conway, AR – Soccer
Bernard Givens – Missouri Baptist University, Saint Louis, MO – Football
“Athleticism is a gift – a talent shaped by hard work, an opportunity to honor God and a responsibility to use well for the joy of others. We rejoice with our athletes when they can extend their gift into the college years,” says LRCA Head of School Dr. Gary Arnold.
LRCA Athletic Director Johnny Watson shares, “It’s a tremendous accomplishment for these student athletes to reach this level of success and to be rewarded with scholarships. This a proud moment for LRCA Athletics and for our community. Congratulations Warriors!”
BRYANT, AR – The Bryant Hornets still celebrating a football state championship were celebrating another accomplishment. Bryant had a school record 11 players sign a letter of intent to play college football.
Latavion Scott–Arkansas State University
Nate Wallace–Harding University
Logan Burton–Arkansas Tech University
Blaise Smith–Henderson State University
Jakob Neel–Henderson State University
Josh Robinson–Missouri Western University
Kajuan Robinson–University of Memphis
Austin Trimble–Lyon College
Ren Hefley–University of Michigan
Andrew Hayes–Ouachita Baptist University
Jabin Gulley–Southern Arkansas University
LITTLE ROCK, AR - The Joe T. Robinson Senators came up a victory short of a state title, but Wednesday they were celebrating 12 student athletes signing their letter of intent. In December, Zach Williams signed with the University of Arkansas.
Elliott Harris Jr – Highland
Jaiden Lee – Arkansas Tech
Mekel Kentle – Missouri Western
Davis Wofford – Army
Zaytron Waits – Missouri Western
Andrew Johnson – Henderson State
Issac Dubose – Southern Arkansas
Traveon James – Missouri Western
Matthew Howard – Ouachita Baptist
Greyson Tackett – Missouri Western
Tyler Jones – Arkansas Tech
Courtney Snelling – Arkansas Monticello