Former Palestine-Wheatley baseball coach Curtis Sims was back on his former home field Monday to play his former team.
The Forrest City Mustangs opened the 2017 prep track season Thursday with a solid performance at the Heber Springs Relays despite not competing at full strength, according to interim head coach Michael Humphrey.
Palestine-Wheatley senior Summer Maxwell signed a letter of intent Thursday to play softball for the Mineral Area College (MAC) Cardinals in a ceremony held in the office of P-W superintendent Jon Estes.
Forrest City outhit Marion in Wednesday’s game but Marion outscored the Mustangs to take a hard fought 6-2 win over the Mustangs dropping them to their sixth loss of the year.
Coaches Humphrey, Williams expect good things from teams
It has not been a good start for the Forrest City Lady Mustangs softball team, but head coach Allen Perry is optimistic and confident that a turn around is near.
Friday’s Project Unify Special Olympics Upper Division state championship game played at the Bank of the Ozarks Arena in Hot Springs didn’t turn out exactly the way Forrest City head coach Fannie Evans had hoped.
In 2014, two Forrest City basketball teams went to Hot Springs and came back with state titles.
Unfortunately For the Forrest City Mustang basketball team, a fourth state championship game appearance was not in the cards this season.
Coming off three hard-fought games last week which equalled a 1-2 record at the 5A East Conference tournament in Valley View, the Forrest City Mustangs with only three days rest, will play a first-round game Wednesday at the Class 5A state tournament in Magnolia.