Weather continues to affect baseball and softball regional tournaments across the state.
Heading to DyersburgPalestine-Wheatley senior Will Nash, center, signs a letter of intent Tuesday to play baseball at Dyersburg State Community College in Dyersburg, Tenn. Nash, a pitcher/outfielder for the Patriots, is joined by his parents Tyrone, left, and Sonia Nash of Wheatley. Photo by Caleb Talley
Jonesboro teams seek conference titles
Senior leaders take team above expectations
The Arkansas Activities Association announced Wednesday that all regional baseball and softball tournaments, originally scheduled to begin today across the state, have been pushed back to a Friday start due to weather and poor field conditions.
Patriots begin championship quest Thursday against East Poinsett Co.
It’s been almost one full year since former Forrest City guard R.J. Glasper stood on the Mustang Arena floor where he played all of his home games as a junior high and high Mustang and announced his intentions to walk on at Arkansas and bypass several scholarship offers as a preferred walk-on player for Mike Anderson’s Razorbacks.
De Queen used a second-place finish from its 1,600-relay team of Logan Hall, Sedrick Bell, Tanner Manasco and Kaden Tollett to pass Harrison and Forrest City and take the boys title.
Valley View won the 5A-East conference softball tournament title Tuesday beating Paragould 3-1 in the championship game.
Several Lady Mustangs plan to spend summer playing ball on traveling teams
The Columbus Clippers started quickly on Monday and rode that hot start to 6-1 win over the Louisville Bats, the AAA affiate for the Cincinnati Reds.