For eight graduating Razorbacks 2016 seniors Wednesday’s Pro Day at Arkansas’ Walker Indoor Training Center marked the chance to improve on their Pro Combine times.
Eyes on the ballForrest City Lady Mustangs junior first baseman Danyalle Barnes looks at a pitch during an at bat against Greene County Tech Tuesday at the Sports Complex. Photo by Fred Conley
Coaches Humphrey, Williams expect good things from teams
It has not been a good start for the Forrest City Lady Mustangs softball team, but head coach Allen Perry is optimistic and confident that a turn around is near.
Friday’s Project Unify Special Olympics Upper Division state championship game played at the Bank of the Ozarks Arena in Hot Springs didn’t turn out exactly the way Forrest City head coach Fannie Evans had hoped.
Beebe pitching held the Palestine-Wheatley Lady Patriots to just seven base hits Friday while the Lady Badgers banged out nine hits to take a 17-4 win over the Lady Patriots in five innings.
Valley View rode pitcher Sam Das to a home conference win over Greene County Tech on Friday afternoon, 7-0.
Marion held Forrest City to just two base hits Thursday in a conference game played at Marion,
At Jonesboro, the Hurricane kept Forrest City winless for the year behind a 22-0 win over the Mustangs in high school baseball action.
Jonesboro’s Caroline Proffer drove in five runs Wednesday to power the Lady Hurricane past Forrest City 25-4 in a varsity conference game played at Jonesboro.
In 2014, two Forrest City basketball teams went to Hot Springs and came back with state titles.