The Palestine-Wheatley Patriots are getting used to going against the ‘big boys’ during summer team camps.
The Forrest City Mustangs conclude their spring practices today with an intrasquad scrimmage game.
On Wednesday, Forrest City athletic director Donnie Willis, along with school board members, school district employees and Mustang fans, stood on the natural grass at Sam Smith Stadium and looked to the future as they ceremoniously broke ground for the installation of a new synthetic turf surface and track.
Less than one month after being officially released by the Cincinnati Reds organization, Forrest City native Barrett Astin is back in baseball.
The Palestine-Wheatley Patriots, after working through a spring season-ending scrimmage on Friday, now have their sights set on the upcoming summer team camp and 7-on-7 schedule.
Heather Hawk knows exactly what she will be doing during the 2018-19 school year.
Driving past the Forrest City Mustangs football practice field recently most likely proved to be a head turning experience for those who noticed a team wearing yellow helmets and working through spring drills.
Led by the pitching and hitting of junior Kenley Hawk, the Palestine-Wheatley Lady Patriots played their way into today’s quarterfinal round of the Class 5A state softball tournament by shutting out Parker’s Chapel 5-0 in a first-round game played Thursday at Pangburn.
The Palestine-Wheatley baseball and softball teams took the express route to the 2A North regional tournaments in Lepanto Friday and Saturday
Garrett Wilson’s two-run, line drive home run to left field that scored Colton Burt from third base proved to be the offensive catalyst for the Palestine-Wheatley Patriots Saturday in the 2A-North regional tournament championship game played at Lepanto.