Will Nash not only held the McCrory Jaguars scoreless delivering a three-hit pitching performance, he also scored the game-winning run lifting the Palestine-Wheatley Patriots to a 1-0 win over the Jaguars Thursday at Palestine’s Sports Complex.
Headed to firstPalestine-Wheatley’s Chase Worley (2) races toward first base after delivering a hit in the first game of Thursday’s scheduled doubleheader against McCrory. The Patriots scored a single run in the bottom of the sixth inning to take a 1-0 win. P-W will play a nonconference game on Monday at Harrisburg. Photo by Fred Conley
PARAGOULD — Batesville won both divisions of the 5A-East conference junior high track meet Thursday at Paragould.
The Forrest City Mustangs and Lady Mustangs participated in the National Guard Blue Devil Relays held Tuesday at West Memphis and both teams ended the day by picking up where they left off last week at Beebe.
Back-to-back first place finishes for the Forrest City Mustangs appear to have the team on the right track, so to speak, for today’s final regular season meet at Heber Springs and next week’s 5A-East conference meet.
Paced by three, first place finishes, the Forrest City Junior Mustangs ran to a second-place overall finish Tuesday at the Junior Arnold Relays held in Paragould.
Forrest City’s Donesha Williams pulled some rabbits out of her coaching hat Tuesday at the National Guard Blue Devil Relays held at West Memphis which led to a second place finish by her Lady Mustangs.
Wynne broke a close game open with seven runs in the top of the fourth inning Tuesday to secure an 11-0 victory over Forrest City in a 5A-East Conference baseball game played at the Sports Complex.
Wynne’s Kenley Hawk did not allow a run Tuesday helping the Wynne Lady Yellowjackets to a 17-0 win over the Lady Mustangs to complete a 5A-East Conference varsity doubleheader played at the Sports Complex.
FAYETTEVILLE – Ever so briefly Tuesday night before 3,155 at Baum Stadium, the Memphis Tigers celebrated a 3-0 first-inning lead over the Arkansas Razorbacks on Andy Bowman’s 3-run home run.
FAYETTEVILLE – This weekend the Arkansas Razorbacks men’s and women’s track programs contend with trying to host the 2-day John McDonnell Outdoor Invitational in the rain.