Sunday, November 29, 2015

Arkansas Undefeated State Champions Seek Back-to-Back Titles December 4th.

PA players give Coach Kelley a Gatorade bath following the
 Highland ParkVictory.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark.-- After Pulaski Academy won the 2014 5A-State Championship, the Bruins were the pre-season favorite contender for the title this year. Despite missing senior wide-out, Zack Kelley for the first few games due to a knee injury, the team was able to travel to Dallas, Texas, to defeat Highland Park. PA ended the Scots' 84-game home-win streak.
Team Captains meet with LRCA before the State Semifinals, 
Nov. 27. 

Following victory at Highland Park, the Bruins brought the annihilation back to Arkansas. Coach Kevin Kelley and staff have continued his famous unconventional play methods as well as created the most dominant defense in the state this season. The Bruins ended the Little Rock Christian Warriors' season in the 5A-State SemiFinals and will take on McClellan in the State Championship on December 4, at War Memorial Stadium. 

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