On Monday, participating at the Valley View team basketball camp, the Forrest City Mustangs split their two games, losing to Jonesboro Westside and notching a win over the host team, Valley View.
Towards the goalTowards the goal: Forrest City hosted the ninth annual Hoop Fest this weekend at the Larry S. Bryant Multipurpose Center, Mustang Arena and other local gyms. During a game, a Buchanan Mentality player dribbles down the court towards the goal. Photo by Tyler Hale
Blowing the air horn to signal the start of the eighth annual EACC golf tournament Monday at Forrest City Country Club, proved to be an empowering moment for EACC president Cathie Cline.
The Forrest City Mustangs completed the first day of a two-day basketball camp at Valley View on Monday.
Tied at 3-3 in the bottom of the sixth inning with El Dorado on Saturday, the Brinkley Patriots were able to break the tie and steal the 4-3 win.
Palestine-Wheatley junior Kenley Hawk has been named to the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette’s All-Arkansas Prep Softball Second Team.
On Thursday, the Arkansas Activities Association (AAA) approved the use of a shot clock for high school basketball nonconference tournaments on a one-year experimental basis.
Forrest City’s Elizabeth Moon came up just short Thursday at the Arkansas State Golf Association Junior Amateur championships.
The Brinkley Patriots American Legion baseball team, bolstered by several Palestine-Wheatley high school players, went 5-0 and won the Gwatney Chevrolet Invitational tournament in Jacksonville played over the weekend.
Forrest City senior Tatyana (Ty) Norment has been named to the 2018 Arkansas High School Coaches Association All-Star softball team, according to Lady Mustangs coach Allen Perry.
East Arkansas Community College will host the eighth annual EACC Golf Tournament on Monday, June 11, at the Forrest City Country Club. Proceeds from the event benefit the EACC Foundation.