Playing in the “Beast of the East” 7-on-7 tournament at Hoxie, Forrest City has made a habit of sticking around close to the end of the tournament.
Towards the goalTowards the goal: Forrest City hosted the ninth annual Hoop Fest this weekend at the Larry S. Bryant Multipurpose Center, Mustang Arena and other local gyms. During a game, a Buchanan Mentality player dribbles down the court towards the goal. Photo by Tyler Hale
The Arkansas Activities Association’s board of directors approved eight-man football as a club sport during the first day of the association’s summer workshop on Tuesday at the Holiday Inn Little Rock Airport Conference Center.
Dennis Holloway threw a shutout to lead Brinkley Patriots past Stuttgart 7-0 on Sunday at the Junior American Legion tournament played at Jacksonville.
The Palestine-Wheatley Patriots are getting used to going against the ‘big boys’ during summer team camps.
Palestine-Wheatley baseball products Colton Burt scored three runs and Austin Teal and Jackson Wilson added two runs each to lead the Brinkley Patriots past Searcy 12-0 in summer league baseball played Thursday.
The Forrest City Mustangs conclude their spring practices today with an intrasquad scrimmage game.
On Wednesday, Forrest City athletic director Donnie Willis, along with school board members, school district employees and Mustang fans, stood on the natural grass at Sam Smith Stadium and looked to the future as they ceremoniously broke ground for the installation of a new synthetic turf surface and track.
Less than one month after being officially released by the Cincinnati Reds organization, Forrest City native Barrett Astin is back in baseball.
The Brinkley Patriots, sprinkled with several players from Palestine, easily dispatched Cabot 9-1 on Sunday.
The Palestine-Wheatley Patriots, after working through a spring season-ending scrimmage on Friday, now have their sights set on the upcoming summer team camp and 7-on-7 schedule.