WHITE HALL — Kam’ron Hunt ran for three touchdowns to lead White Hall to its third win of the season, 20-6 over Mills on Thursday night at Bulldog Stadium.

WHITE HALL — Kam’ron Hunt ran for three touchdowns to lead White Hall to its third win of the season, 20-6 over Mills on Thursday night at Bulldog Stadium.


Hunt gave White Hall (3-4-1) an 8-0 lead with 5:35 left in the first half scoring on a 1-yard run. He converted the two-point conversion by completing a pass to Noah Cantwell.


Hunt scored twice in the third quarter to give the Bulldogs a 20-0 lead. Hunt finished with 11 carries for 88 yards and the three scores. He was also 6 of 9 passing for 74 yards.


Ollie Reddick had seven carries for 90 yards for the Bulldogs.


White Hall is tentatively set to play Maumelle on Tuesday in a postseason game, but head coach Mark Cantwell said that might change depending on Thursday’s results.


Pulaski Academy 36, Watson Chapel 6


LITTLE ROCK — Pulaski Academy’s tear through the River City Conference continued Thursday night as the Bruins defeated Watson Chapel 36-6.


Watson Chapel’s lone score came in the second quarter when Ja’Kobi Jackson completed an 8-yard pass to Keveon Dandridge.


Pulaski Academy scored 21 points in the second half.


Watson Chapel dropped to 5-3 on the season.


El Dorado 13, Jack Robey 6


Cadarius Baggett completed an 18-yard touchdown pass to Jyrimee Thompson in the second quarter for Jack Robey’s only score Thursday night, but the Wildcats came away with the win at Jordan Stadium.


El Dorado scored on an 80-yard run on the second play of the game and again midway through the second half to secure the win.


Records and statistics were unavailable.


In the eighth grade game, Jack Robey defeated El Dorado 30-8. Braylon Moody led the Colts with 173 rushing yards and two touchdowns.


Kemarica Wilkins scored on a 26-yard run and Roderick Stinson had a pick-six that went 57 yards. Dylan Ashley also had an interception.


The eighth-grade Colts finished 6-1.


Star City 15, Dollarway 0


At Cardinal Stadium, the Bulldogs did most of their scoring the second half and shut out the Cardinals (1-7, 0-6), who have dropped six straight with one game remaining.


Star City scored a touchdown and extra point and converted a safety just before halftime. Its last score came in the third quarter.


Martell Martin rushed 10 times for 72 yards, Paul Martin finished with 13 tackles and Arnett May and Cartrail Hudson each had eight tackles to lead Dollarway. Dollarway will finish its season next Thursday at home against Crossett.