A new wrinkle for Forrest City Mustang football for the upcoming 2018 season was the result of Proposal No. 1 made to the Arkansas Activities Association’s 2016 meeting with the governing body and passed by a 161-3 margin.
Leading Paragould by 12 points to begin the fourth quarter Tuesday night at Mustang Arena, Forrest City appeared to be well on their way to an easy conference win over the Rams.
Paragould survived a fourth quarter rally Tuesday night to get past the Forrest City Lady Mustangs 46-38 in a conference game played at Mustang Arena.
The 28th annual National Judges Cup Gymnastics Championships was held Friday through Sunday, Jan. 5-7, in Portland, Ore., at the Oregon Convention Center.
As a team, the Forrest City Lady Mustangs played “pretty good” Thursday, taking a 67-47 win over Cordova, Tenn., in a second round game at the Dragon Fire Invitational Tournament being played at Collierville High School.
Forrest City basketball coach Dwight Lofton had his Mustangs back on the practice floor Tuesday and Wednesday preparing for the three-day, three game Lendel Thomas Classic which begins today at Harrison.
Forrest City Mustang football coach Rich Trail announced the 2017 all-state and all-conference football selections on Friday.
Jordan sets new school rushing record
Headed into tonight’s nonconference doubleheader against visiting West Memphis West at Mustang Arena, the Forrest City Junior Mustangs and Junior Lady Mustangs are looking to end their current losing streaks.
For the first time since starting a cross country program at Palestine-Wheatley, coach Dillon Jack enjoyed his first full boys team this season.