Most Forrest City football fans think of Wynne as the Mustangs best conference rival game.
Wrapped upA Palestine-Wheatley seventh grade running back is wrapped up by two Carlisle defenders during a junior high football game played last week at Patriot Field. The P-W Patriots will host Hackett Friday. Photo by Rebecca Melvin.
The seventh annual East Arkansas Deer Hunter’s Gun Give-Away, sponsored by the Times-Herald, is now under way and will continue through February.
The Forrest City Junior Mustangs will host Nettleton tonight for a 5A-East Conference game at Sam Smith Stadium.
The Forrest City seventh grade Colts watched their hopes for an undefeated season fall at the one-yard line Tuesday night at Sam Smith Stadium.
The Mississippi Association of Independent Schools (MAIS) and the Arkansas Activities Association (AAA) have joined forces through the National Federation of High Schools (NFHS) paving the way for Arkansas public schools to play private schools within the MAIS in nonconference athletic events.
Embarking on what figures to be their final basketball season, the Hughes senior high teams played Tuesday at the Bad Boy Mower Classic hosted by Izard County Consolidated School District.
The Forrest City coaching staff were all telling the Mustang players the same thing prior to last Friday’s homecoming game against Paragould.
On Saturday, Hughes hosted a preseason basketball jamboree with KIPP Delta and KIPP Blytheville.
For a half, the Paragould Rams played like a 3-0 conference team rather than the 0-3 team they really were in Friday’s 5A-East Conference game played at Sam Smith Stadium.
The Palestine-Wheatley Patriots took a postseason hit Friday suffering a 22-0 shutout loss at Carlisle.