The field for the 2016 Rumble on the Ridge high school boys basketball tournament is set and ready to go for the 20th time.
The Forrest City seventh grade Colts ran their season record to 5-1 Tuesday by beating visiting Blytheville 28-6 in a game played at Sam Smith Stadium.
Forrest City Mustang seniors Kody Foote and Braylon Wright are headed to Texas.
The fans knew it before Forrest City basketball coach Dwight Lofton knew it.
He knows that now.
It’s all about the guys!
The guys would be the Forrest City Mustangs basketball team.
A parade and public celebration is scheduled for Friday to honor of the Mustangs who won the 5A state championship last Saturday by beating Maumelle 91-85 in overtime in the state championship game.
On the way to winning their second 5A state title, the Forrest City Mustangs left a trail of broken hearts in their wake.
Exactly two years ago today, the Forrest City Mustangs defeated Jacksonville 69-60 in the 5A state championship game to win the school’s first-ever state basketball title.
According to an old Irish proverb, “hope is the physician of each misery.”
Jack Lindsey’s father says his son, Jack, is tough as a boot.
Former Forrest City High School graduate Jim Lindsey was recognized Friday during halftime of the Forrest City senior boys basketball game when his older brother Elmer “B” Lindsey accepted and presented to the school a commemorative golden football, which was received by athletic director Donnie Willis.