Benton Invitational 7-on-7 Tournament Tuesday’s Results Pool Play Benton 23, Nettleton 17 NLRock 12, Harding 0 Searcy 27, Benton JV 16 Prescott 23, LR Christian 17 Hope 14, Sylvan Hills 14 Valley View 7, Quitman 2 Maumelle 28, Forrest City 21 WMemphis 34, Benton JV 7 Harding 9, Valley View 4 NLRock 31, Benton 22 Searcy 16, Forrest City 14 LR Christan 25, WMemphis 14 Sylvan Hills 14, Nettleton 7 Hope 28, Quitman 0 Benton JV 14, Prescott 7 England 10, Maumelle 6 Benton 28, Sylvan Hills 14 Harding 30, Quitman 16 Searcy 22, Maumelle 21 LR Christian 28, Benton JV 14 NLRock 26, Nettleton 13 Valley View 11, Hope 9 Forrest City … Continued
SoftballIn the top photo, a Food Giant player looks back at her third base coach for instructions during a 10-under machine pitch girls softball game played at the Forrest City Sports Complex. In the photo at right, a Vaccaro Lumber infielder keeps her eye on the base runner while reaching to retrieve a ground ball. The Forrest City youth baseball and softball leagues have been in action the last few weeks and the season is beginning to wind down. Photo by Fred Conley
Kyle Skipworth’s two-run, walk-off home run gave Pensacola a, 4-3, victory over Montgomery Monday and gave the Blue Wahoos four wins in the last five games.
The Arkansas Sonic Boom Track Club took six Forrest City student-athletes to the Arkansas AAU District Qualifier Track Meet Saturday at Hot Springs High School.
The Forrest City Mustangs are competing today in the Benton 7-on-7 tournament.
Former Forrest City Mustang golfers and Forrest City High School graduates Cody Flowers and Baker Aldridge teamed up to win the Forrest City Country Club’s two-man scramble tournament played Saturday and Sunday.
Former Palestine-Wheatley coach Richard Havner, who left after the 2014-15 year to take the head football position at Two Rivers, has resigned to take a coaching position at Horn Lake, Miss.
Forrest City’s Barrett Astin pitched the final inning of Pensacola’s 10-5, 14-inning win over Jackson in a game played on Thursday.
Final preparations are underway for the sixth annual East Arkansas Community College Golf Tournament, set to be played Monday, June 13, at the 18-hole course at the Forrest City Country Club.
The Forrest City-based Drop Squad boxing club has been on several road trips over the past couple of years.
The Continuing Education and Workforce Development Department at East Arkansas Community College will offer golf and basketball camps for area children during its Kids on Campus summer program.