Before Thursday night’s home game against Greene County Tech, Forrest City assistant coach Barry Hodges said all the Junior Mustangs needed for a win was a “big play.”
Bearing downA Palestine Peewee football player is chased by a Hughes defender (26) during a peewee football game played Tuesday night at Patriot Stadium. Palestine will play at Forrest City on Saturday at the JB Sports Field located off West Broadway, beginning at 2 p.m. Photo by Fred Conley.
Forrest City will host Greene County Tech tonight to open 5A-East Conference play at Sam Smith Stadium.
What looked like an easy home victory for the Forrest City eighth grade Colts at the half, turned into an old fashion shootout in the second half of a game played Tuesday at Sam Smith Stadium.
JONESBORO — The Valley View boys’ golf team didn’t let a new conference, a new classification or a new scoring format keep them from winning a championship.
Valley View picked up a 5A-East conference victory over Forrest City’s Lady Mustangs winning 25-2, 25-6, 25-3 in straight sets in matches played Tuesday at Mustang Arena.
KENNETT – Prior to Friday’s game at Kennett, Mo., Greene County Tech senior running back London Word said he and the rest of his teammates had not put forth their best effort in the first two games of the season – nonconference losses to Searcy and Newport – where they were outscored a combined 91-7.
After opening the season last week with identical 6-0 victories at West Memphis East, the Forrest City seventh and eighth grade Colts will host West Memphis West tonight at Sam Smith Stadium.
After losing their first two games of the season by a total of three points, it seemed only fitting that the Forrest City Mustangs would claim their first win by a single point.
Tonight, the Forrest City Mustangs will complete the nonconference portion of their season schedule when they host Helena-West Helena at Sam Smith Stadium.
If moral vicitories can count for anything, then Forrest City’s Junior Mustangs earned one Thursday, even though the scoreboard didn’t reflect it at the end of the game.