Get ready for the 4th Annual Battle of the Bridge football game this Friday night, October 29 as Arkansas High and Hope High School battle it out. The rivalry game will take place at Razorback Stadium in Texarkana, Arkansas.

This game has been sponsored by The University of Arkansas at Hope Texarkana since 2018, with the  UAHT tailgate party beginning at with the gates opening at 5 PM with Kickoff at 7 PM.

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Jennifer Wright-Cunningham, Director of Student Relations at UAHT said in a press release:

"With our two campuses located in Hope and Texarkana, this game is the perfect opportunity to celebrate high school students in both of our immediate service areas each year."

 

The high school students can easily learn about what all is offered at UAHT, plus there will also be a photo area since this Friday night is Senior Night at Arkansas High.

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The 'Battle of the Bridge' refers to the old Red River Bridge and the traveling trophy the schools will be vying for is a replica of the bridge and of course bragging rights too.

Who will get to take home the trophy this year is yet to be known. but before the game, UAHT invites both Arkansas High fans and Hope High fans to the tailgate party at the Razorback Porch.  You can find out more information at the UAHT Facebook page.

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