Forrest City took advantage of a mistake-prone Blytheville junior high team to forge a 42-6 win Thursday in the final regular season game for both schools.
It’s been a while since Forrest City has managed a football victory over Batesville.
Tonight’s conference road game at Marvell means the Palestine-Wheatley Patriots are going from one extreme to the other.
The Forrest City Mustangs will try to rebound on Friday from last week’s 36-8 conference loss at Batesville, when they host Paragould for homecoming.
It is a common adage among coaches that improvements for high school football teams come between the first and second game of the season.
Playing in the Mustang Tradition Golf Tournament Saturday at the Ridgecrest Club, Forrest City’s Curt Coleman and the Paragould Rams went where no individual or team has gone before in the ninth annual event.
Forrest City is ready for its season home opener tonight even if their roster will be a little lighter than it was last week at West Memphis, as they face Pine Bluff Dollarway.
When Mike Bender was first approached about the idea for the movie “Greater,” the story of University of Arkansas lineman Brandon Burlsworth, possibly the greatest walk-on player in the history of college football, and given the first draft of the script to read, he didn’t approve.
Facing what appeared to be a potential life-threatening illness two years ago, Trent (T.A.) Walton Sr., began making a “bucket list” of things he would like to do.
For the third consecutive time this season, Forrest City senior Curt Coleman has landed on an All-Tournament team.