The Forrest City Mustangs couldn’t overcome a broken bus, a sick assistant coach who didn’t make the trip, losing a key player to foul problems or Little Rock Mills Thursday night at the Mills Classic in Little Rock.
Double teamPalestine-Wheatley’s BreAnna Warren (30) and Rachel Cook (11) double team Hughes Kaitlyn Latham (44) during a game played Monday at Patriot Gym. Hughes defeated P-W 47-42 and will host Des Arc tonight, while Palestine-Wheatley will play at Barton. Photo by Fred Conley.
Entering week two of the high school football playoffs, eight teams from northeast Arkansas still have hopes of playing for a state championship.
The Forrest City Mustangs will try again tonight to get their first win of the season when they take on the host team Little Rock Mills at the Mills Classic.
LITTLE ROCK — The Hot Springs Trojans, fresh off a 5A-South conference championship and state quarterfinal appearance, opened their 2014-15 campaign with a huge win Monday knocking off the defending Class 5A state champion Forrest City Mustangs 57-52 in first round games at the Little Rock Mills’ Comet Classic played at The Galaxy.
Forrest City senior Tyra Williams became the school’s first Division 1 softball signee on Monday when she signed a national letter of intent with Texas Southern in Houston.
When Bobby Harris’ Forrest City Lady Mustangs open their season today at the Mount St. Mary’s Heavenly Hoopfest Tournament in Little Rock, they will do so with just eight players.
Wynne rolled up 455 yards of total offense in a crushing 54-7 win over Sylvan Hills Friday in a first-round Class 5A state playoff game at Yellowjacket Stadium.
Forrest City senior Tyra Williams signed a national letter-of-intent to play softball at Texas Southern University this morning in a brief ceremony held at the Forrest City High School library.