Avion Smith did his best to will the Palestine-Wheatley Junior Patriots to a win on Saturday, coming through with a pair of base hits in the junior high conference tournament semifinal game against Corning and played at Pocahontas.
Balancing actForrest City’s Deviante Foster (21) tries to keep his footing while scrambling for years during Thursday’s spring scrimmage game played at Sam Smith Stadium. Foster was playing for the Blue team which held on to take a 14-7 win over the White team. Photo by Fred Conley
PREP BASEBALL & SOFTBALL
One year after finishing third in the state high school heptathlon, Jada Baylark overcame a 28-point deficit to win the 19th annual event at Cabot High School.
MONTGOMERY, AL. — Keiser University took a page from the books of the Central Baptist College Mustangs as their pitchers kept CBC away and their offense exploded in the elimination game of the Montgomery Bracket for the Avista-NAIA Baseball World Series.
In youth baseball games played Thursday at the Palestine Sports Complex, Stevens Funeral Home got three runs each from Hunter Miller and Dillon Turner in a 15-1 win over Helena-West Helena in Pony League action.
BASEBALL & SOFTBALL
Palestine-Wheatley recognized its junior and senior high student athletes Wednesday at the school’s annual Sports Appreciation Banquet held at the Forrest City Civic Center.
The Central Baptist Mustangs (45-14) continue to surprise everyone, except themselves.
The Forrest City Ladies Golf Association hosted its annual Jack and Jill Golf Tournament Saturday and Sunday, May 14-15, at the Forrest City Country Club.