Friday afternoon at the Palestine Sports Complex, it was the Class 2A Palestine-Wheatley Lady Patriots hosting the Class 5A Little Rock Parkview Lady Patriots in a non-conference softball game.
Good day to practiceShamya Futrell, 13, of Forrest City, is one of several girls who were practicing Monday afternoon at the Forrest City Sports Complex with the After Shock 14-under girls traveling softball team. The team is comprised of girls from the Forrest City area. The team is coached by Ron Burnett and will open the season on April 15. There are two position vacancies on the team and anyone interested may call Burnett at 901-331-0042. Photo by Fred Conley
Palestine-Wheatley senior Summer Maxwell signed a letter of intent Thursday to play softball for the Mineral Area College (MAC) Cardinals in a ceremony held in the office of P-W superintendent Jon Estes.
As hard as they battled for two games, the Forrest City Mustangs came away empty Thursday dropping both 5A-East Conference baseball games to Nettleton at the Sports Complex.
The Forrest City Mustangs opened the 2017 prep track season Thursday with a solid performance at the Heber Springs Relays.
A five-run, fourth inning was just what the Palestine-Wheatley Lady Patriots needed to post an 11-1 win over Bradford to secure a doubleheader sweep in high school softball Thursday.
Forrest City outhit Marion in Wednesday’s game but Marion outscored the Mustangs to take a hard fought 6-2 win over the Mustangs dropping them to their sixth loss of the year.
Tuesday afternoon the baseball Razorbacks couldn’t beat Southwestern Athletic Conference underdog Alcorn State until Jake Arledge’s bottom of the ninth RBI single eked Arkansas by 3-2.
For eight graduating Razorbacks 2016 seniors Wednesday’s Pro Day at Arkansas’ Walker Indoor Training Center marked the chance to improve on their Pro Combine times.
Coaches Humphrey, Williams expect good things from teams
It has not been a good start for the Forrest City Lady Mustangs softball team, but head coach Allen Perry is optimistic and confident that a turn around is near.