It was a two-person race Wednesday for the Class 5A state girls high school golf title.
Champion golferElizabeth Moon won the Class 5A state golf championship Wednesday, holding off a challenge from Pulaski Academy senior Audrey Pulliam. The tournament was played at Hot Springs Country Club. Photo by Fred Conley
JONESBORO — Valley View dodged a bullet but will still be short-handed in the backfield for Friday night’s 5A-East Conference game against Forrest City at Sam Smith Stadium.
The Palestine-Wheatley Junior Lady Patriots competed in the Diggin in the Delta volleyball tournament played Saturday at Marianna Lee’s James Banks Gym.
For the first time since Palestine-Wheatley revived its football program in 1996, the Patriots are off to a history-making 4-0 season start.
The Forrest City seventh grade Colts pushed their season mark to 2-1 Tuesday, while the eighth grade Colts absorbed a tie to keep their unbeaten mark in tact.
The Forrest City Mustangs were clicking on nearly all cylinders Friday while posting a 46-7 win over Greene County Tech in the 5A-East Conference opening game for both teams.
The Forrest City Lady Mustangs were idle on Monday, but will be back on the court today when they host Wynne for several matches beginning at 5 p.m., at Mustang Arena.
PARAGOULD — The Forrest City Mustangs pounded Greene County Tech in the second half on Friday night to start 5A-East Conference play at 1-0. Overall, the Mustangs are 3-1.
For the first time in school history, the Palestine-Wheatley Patriots are 4-0 to open the prep football season.
Many around Arkansas knew Mike Bender much longer than Scott Reed knew him, but few doubly from both Forrest City and El Dorado could mourn Bender more deeply than the football coach he hired for Forrest City High and El Dorado High.