PENSACOLA, Fla. – Forrest City’s Barrett Astin was unable to follow up last Tuesday’s seven-inning performance which gave the Pensacola Blue Wahoos a 6-5 win over Jacksonville, getting his sixth start since being promoted to Double-A, lasting just five innings Sunday night in the Blue Wahoos 10-2 loss to the Biloxi Shuckers.
CougarsLee Academy sophomore quarterback Reid Owens turns to make a handoff during a recent practice. The Cougars will play a preseason jamboree on Friday, Aug. 7, at Desoto School and will open the 2015 prep season on Friday, Aug. 21, at Deer Creek School. Photo by Fred Conley.
The Forrest City Junior High football staff has scheduled a team meeting for all eighth and ninth grade players for Tuesday, July 28, at 9 a.m., at the junior high field house.
Barrett Astin says pitching and playing baseball at the Double-A level is “just too much fun.”
The Forrest City School District has a new athletic director.
On Monday, Donnie Willis meeting with Superintendent Dr. Tiffany Hardrick, agreed to take the position on a part-time basis.
New Central Oklahoma men’s basketball coach Tom Hankins announced Monday that former Forrest City and Little Rock Hall basketball player Cameron Henderson would be taking over as assistant coach for the Broncos.
When you find yourself close enough to the green that a full shot is too much, then, a less than full swing is required with a higher lofted club.
Forrest City finished up the summer 7-on-7 season Tuesday at Wynne’s Yellowjacket Stadium.
The Pensacola Blue Wahoos played good defense, received clutch hitting and relied on strong pitching to hand the Jacksonville Suns its sixth straight loss.
The Forrest City Country Club will host the 15th annual Johnathan Conder II Memorial Golf Tournament Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 1 and 2.
JONESBORO — Arkansas State may not be the Sun Belt Conference favorite, but it definitely has the attention of its peers.