The Lee Academy Lady Cougars participated in their first track meet of the season Wednesday, running at Clarksdale-Lee, Miss., in a blended classification meet.
Beating the tagPalestine-Wheatley's Garrett Wilson slides into third base beating the tag from the Mountain View third baseman in a non-conference high school baseball game played Monday at the Palestine Sports Complex. Wilson scored on the next play and Palestine-Wheatley went on to take a 12-1 win over the Yellowjackets, coached by former P-W head coach Curtis Sims. P-W will next play on March 28. Photos by Fred Conley
The Forrest City Mustangs and Lady Mustangs will resume the regular season schedule next week.
Former Palestine-Wheatley baseball coach Curtis Sims was back on his former home field Monday to play his former team.
With 10 returning players back from the team that won the Class 2A state tournament in basketball just eight days ago, and four who ran on the winning Class 2A state cross country championship squad in November, the Quitman Lady Bulldogs won their first-ever Rumble in the Ozarks softball tournament title Saturday night at the Terry Sims Diamond Sports Complex.
The Forrest City Mustangs opened the 2017 prep track season Thursday with a solid performance at the Heber Springs Relays despite not competing at full strength, according to interim head coach Michael Humphrey.
Friday afternoon at the Palestine Sports Complex, it was the Class 2A Palestine-Wheatley Lady Patriots hosting the Class 5A Little Rock Parkview Lady Patriots in a non-conference softball game.
Palestine-Wheatley senior Summer Maxwell signed a letter of intent Thursday to play softball for the Mineral Area College (MAC) Cardinals in a ceremony held in the office of P-W superintendent Jon Estes.
As hard as they battled for two games, the Forrest City Mustangs came away empty Thursday dropping both 5A-East Conference baseball games to Nettleton at the Sports Complex.
The Forrest City Mustangs opened the 2017 prep track season Thursday with a solid performance at the Heber Springs Relays.
A five-run, fourth inning was just what the Palestine-Wheatley Lady Patriots needed to post an 11-1 win over Bradford to secure a doubleheader sweep in high school softball Thursday.