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Watching the Sheridan Yellowjackets and Whitehall Bulldogs go head to head is such a hot topic in Arkansas that this year’s game is going to be a state-wide televised event. After Sheridan’s 50-27 win last year, a lot of pressure falls on Whitehall’s shoulders. There has been a change of coaches for the Bulldogs this year after the retirement of Mike Vaughn. Vaughn coached for 48 years in total but has been with Whitehall since 2004. He got to close his books with a winning record of 93-70. Fans are waiting to see how the new coach, Bobby Bolding, will continue the legacy. Coach Bolding will be bringing a lot to the team as a two-time state championship winner.


Peyton Edwards
Sheridan High School
#26 RB


Cameron Dunlap

White Hall High School

Cameron the son of Hubert and Jennifer Dunlap has a weighted 3.9 GPA. He was nominated and chosen winner in the 7th grade for the Duke Tip Talent Search award for his ACT score. He is a member of the National Honors Society as well as the BETA Club and hopes to study law or political science at the University of Arkansas or Arkansas State.
Jacob Olsen

Sheridan High School

Jacob is number 4 in his class with an unweighted 4.0 GPA. Jacob has played high school football for 3 years. Jacob also participates in student voice and has taken a leadership role while being part of this program. Jacob plans to attend the University of Central Arkansas and get on a pre-med track


Follow this page during the game to see content from the Scorestream app! The While Hall Bulldogs took control of the contest early, using a touchdown from Kam Robinson and an interception returned for a score by Braylon Johnson to entire halftime with a 14-0 lead. However, Sheridan was determined to answer, and used the break to regroup. They went on to score 21 unanswered points and sealed their first Rivalry Series win. Yellow Jacket running back Peyton Edwards was a force on the ground all night, racking up 220 rushing yards and three touchdowns.