Four hits by Palestine-Wheatley third baseman Caroline Jones and two long balls by Kenley Hawk, helped lead the Lady Patriots over England 17-2 in the final regular season non-conference varsity game played Thursday at England.
Track championsTrack champions: The Palestine-Wheatley Junior Lady Patriots captured the 6AA-3 junior high district track meet title Monday at Beebe. P-W edged Clarendon by two points to win the district title. The team members, in no particular order, are: Kaley Jo Long, Anna Spencer, Erin Wilson, Andrea Goodall, Tyshonna Hicks, Gentry Bass, Brandi Nelson, Nia Taylor, Sierra Moore, Sarah Beth Gaines and Mary Paxton Tillman. The head coach is Bonnie Halbert, front row, far left. Photo by Fred Conley
A double in the third inning helped England battle to a 4-4 tie with Palestine-Wheatley in the junior varsity non conference match up between the two teams.
Palestine-Wheatley will hold a Lift-a-Thon fundraiser tonight on the Patriot football field beginning at 7 p.m.
Valley View put together a dominating performance Thursday to win the 5A-East Junior High Girls District Track Meet held at Batesville.
Just call Kevin Mosley the “streak eliminator.”
Running the final track meet before today’s 5A-East junior high conference meet, both Forrest City teams finished high at the Junior Arnold Relays held Tuesday at Paragould.
Forrest City held off Little Rock Parkview 88 to 82 Tuesday to claim the boys title at the Blue Devil Relays held at Hamilton Shultz Stadium in West Memphis.
The White County Central Bears played Palestine-Wheatley even for two innings.
Errors continued to keep the Forrest City Lady Mustangs snakebit Tuesday in their doubleheader loss to Wynne.
The Palestine-Wheatley Lady Patriots continued their drive to earn the top seed into the upcoming district tournament on Monday by taking a 28-0 win over Clarendon.