LITTLE ROCK —Wynne had a good run in 2014, but Pulaski Academy had a better run
In for twoPalestine-Wheatley Lady Patriots’ guard Kelsey Lewis goes in for the layup in a game played Tuesday night at Patriot Gym against KIPP Delta. Palestine-Wheatley will play a 6AA Conference game tonight at Marvell. Submitted photo.
The Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame will induct 12 new members at its Feb. 27 banquet in Little Rock.
Prep Basketball and Prep Football playoff scores
Chris Jordan’s layup at the buzzer was the difference Thursday night for the Palestine-Wheatley Junior Patriots in the finals of the Junior Jaguars Tournament at McCrory.
If Wynne wants to claim its first state football championship since 2004, the Yellowjackets will have to beat a team that hasn’t been challenged since the opening week of the high school football season.
Still searching for the first victory of the 2014-15 prep basketball season, the Forrest City Lady Mustangs hope they can find it tonight at the Farmers and Merchants DeWitt Invitational Tournament.
The Forrest City Junior Lady Mustangs evened their season mark at 1-1 Tuesday by picking up their first win of the year, a 34-20 victory over Helena-West Helena.
Entering the 18th Rumble on the Ridge basketball tournament played last week at Mustang Arena, the Forrest City Mustangs were 0-3 and coach Dwight Lofton was looking for a victory anywhere he could find it.