For the sixth time in seven years, Pulaski Academy is an Arkansas high school football champion. The Bruins beat Little Rock Christian 64-27 on Saturday to capture the state’s Class 5A championship, which gives them back-to-back titles.
And the Bruins score again with Charlie Fiser’s completion to Jalyn Witcher. Bruins 30 Warriors 13. 9:51 left in the first half pic.twitter.com/SmdJ29ZBrw— AAA (@ArkActAssn) December 12, 2020
This year was the third straight that the two schools have met in the 5A title game with Little Rock Christian winning the 2018 title. PA entered the game ranked No. 93 in the High School Football America 100 national rankings powered by BlackMP Living Water.
And the Pulaski Academy Bruins are back to back 5A state champs, beating the Little Rock Christian Warriors 64-27 pic.twitter.com/C35amrZdAd— AAA (@ArkActAssn) December 12, 2020
🎉Another #PABruWIN! Congratulations to our @PABruinFootball team for earning their 9⃣th State Championship! 🎉🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆— Pulaski Academy (@pulaskiacademy) December 12, 2020
Our #PACommunity is proud of this well-deserved victory for our coaches and student-athletes! Go Bruins! 💙🏈💛 #PACompete #PAAchieve pic.twitter.com/aB0ijuoy2x
Pulaski Academy, which beat Little Rock Christian 60-28 during the regular season, finishes a perfect 13-0.