Palestine-Wheatley junior Kenley Hawk didn’t allow a Carlisle hit and the Lady Patriots banged out 14 hits to take an 11-1 win ver the Lady Bison in a 6AA Conference varsity game played Tuesday at Palestine’s Sports Complex.
Competing at the Army National Guard-Jeff Henderson Relays held at Sylvan Hills Friday, the Forrest City Mustangs finished sixth while the Lady Mustangs finished eighth in the girls side of the meet.
The Forrest City Mustangs track team will officially open their 2018 season today by competing at the Hornet Relays in Bryant.
Five games into the 2018 prep softball season, Forrest City coach Allen Perry’s Lady Mustangs are still looking for their first win.
With the 2017-18 prep basketball season in their rear view mirror, the Forrest City Mustangs are already looking to next season’s “new look” schedule.
The Palestine-Wheatley junior high school archery team is headed to state after finishing third in the Arkansas National Archery in the Schools Program’s Region 6 tournament held recently at Pangburn High School.
First year Palestine-Wheatley Patriot baseball coach Andrew Beck and players were busy Monday preparing their field at the Palestine Sports Complex ahead of today’s scheduled season-opening game against Barton.
Mustangs showing some improvement; looking for 16th consecutive state tournament appearance
Arkansas Tech University head coach Chad Kline makes no bones about R.J. Glasper and what the former Forrest City Mustang has meant to the Wonder Boys basketball program in such a short time.
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.