Peyton Fogg scored 19 of his game high 24 points in the first half Thursday to lead the Palestine-Wheatley Patriots to a 78-63 win over Carlisle in a 6AA Conference game played at Patriot Gym.
Forrest City Junior Mustangs coach Chris Williams promised earlier in the week a “new look lineup” for Thursday’s conference road game at Greene County Tech.
Tonight’s road trip to Paragould to play Greene County Tech has suddenly become an important road trip for the Forrest City junior high basketball teams. It is the only regular season meeting between the two schools this season.
For the first time as a head football coach, Forrest City Mustangs coach Rich Trail has been selected to serve as an assistant coach for the East All-Star squad at the 2017 Arkansas High School Coaches Association All Star Game.
Palestine-Wheatley basketball coach Tommie Wells believes his Patriots team can be dangerous, if they just put it all together.
Following Wednesday night’s victory over Valley View, the first 5A-East Conference win of the year for the Forrest City Mustangs, head coach Dwight Lofton paused and said the work has just begun to finish the prep basketball season strong.
It’s still a while before the official start of the 2017 prep track season, but several Forrest City athletes are already working themselves into shape.
While the Blytheville boys are making a lot of conference noise, the same cannot be said for the Blytheville Lady Chicks.
The words “off season” are not words generally related to the Forrest City Mustang basketball program, especially during head coach Dwight Lofton’s past 20 seasons, which has produced numerous conference titles and two state championships. The Mustangs are the defending Class 5A state champs.
After playing three games over the holiday break at the Hoxie Mustang Classic, the Palestine-Wheatley Patriots will jump back into the 6AA Conference schedule tonight when they host Augusta at Patriot Gym.