Forrest City interim head coach Barry Hodges is certain his Mustangs will take the court tonight against Blytheville with the same intensity level they had Tuesday running past Batesville 82-58.
CrowdedA trio of Forrest City Junior Lady Mustangs Zaneshia O’Neal (15), Jamia Glenn (23) and Ta’kia Allen (33) surround Valley View’s Reagan Dodd (32) in a battle for a rebound during Thursday’s 5A-East Conference game played at Mustang Arena. Valley View won the game 32-28. Photo by Fred Conley.
Prep Basketball Tonight’s Games
Both 5A-East Conference leaders got off to fast starts and won big Tuesday night.
The Forrest City High School Fellowship of Christian Athletes Chapter (FCA) is sponsoring an “All In” activities day on Saturday, Jan. 31, at Mustang Arena for all Forrest City junior high and high school athletes in grades 7-12.
Talk about fast breaks, the Forrest City Mustangs put the hammer down early Tuesday night against the visiting Batesville Pioneers and never let off the gas pedal on their way to an 82-58 win at Mustang Arena.
Valley View 5-1 16-1
Batesville continued their remarkable season turn around Tuesday by rolling past Forrest City 62-47.
Batesville may be winless in the 5A-East Conference, but interim Forrest City coach Barry Hodges admits they are still good enough to make him more than a little nervous.
The Forrest City Junior Mustangs ran their winning streak to four games Monday by holding off Paragould 36-34 in a low-scoring contest played at Mustang Arena.
Prep Basketball Tuesday, January 27