NCAA Tournament Schedules
All-Arkansas PrepsForrest City Mustangs junior guard R.J. Glasper has been named to the All-Arkansas Preps Second Team. Glasper, a 6’0” guard, helped lead the Mustangs to a 15-12 season and to a second-place finish in the 5A-East Conference, giving them the No. 2 seed into the Class 5A state tournament. Joining Glasper on the All-Arkansas Preps Second Team are Keith Hayes and Andre Jones, both of Little Rock McClellan; Chris Owens of Springdale and Javon Franklin of Little Rock Parkview. The All-Arkansas Preps banquet will be held June 20, in the Wally Allen Ballroom at the Statehouse Convention Center on Little Rock. ESPN college basketball analyst Dick Vitale will be the featured speaker for the banquet. For more information about the banquet or to purchase tickets, call 501-378-3807. Photo by Fred Conley.
The Palestine-Wheatley junior high baseball team pushed their season record to 5-1 Saturday with a doubleheader split at Walnut Ridge.
NCAA Basketball Postseason Tourney Results
Forrest City Mustangs interim basketball coach Barry Hodges and Lady Mustangs coach Bobby Harris announced their 2014-15 postseason individual honors this week.
After three coaching seasons at Palestine-Wheatley, Richard Havner has been named the new head football coach at Two Rivers High School.
Valley View’s Nash Thomas and Garrett Johnson combined on a five-inning shutout as the Blazers opened the season with an 11-0 nonconference victory over Jonesboro Westside in high school baseball Thursday.
The Palestine-Wheatley varsity Patriots finished 14th Thursday at the Panther Relays held in Heber Springs.
College tournament results
Johnathon Estes struck out 11 batters in seven innings to lift the Palestine-Wheatley Patriots to a 2-1 win over Ouachita in a nonconference baseball game played Tuesday at Donaldson.
On Tuesday, the Palestine-Wheatley Junior Patriots opened the prep track season at Heber Springs.