Trent Teager ran for three touchdowns as Paragould kept its conference title hopes alive with a 36-18 victory over Forrest City on Thursday night at Rams Stadium.
Burls KidsEleven Forrest City students joined 11 Wynne students for the opportunity to attend the Arkansas Razorback-Alabama-Birmingham football game played Saturday in Fayetteville as members of the Burls Kids. The students were chosen based upon their adherence to the motto of the Brandon Burlsworth Foundation which is “Doing it the Burls Way” and means to “do things the right way, even when no one is looking.” The students from Forrest City were: Ricaealia Hubburd, Alize Williams, Jessie Gleason, Ja’Una Kilgore Janaya Kilgore, Les Summers, Tyler House, Zelsnick Hawley, Jacob Lane, Mason Peoples and Jaylin Peoples. Prior to the game, the students toured the Razorback Museum and met with Marty Burlsworth, Brandon’s older brother, and were on the field during pregame warmups. After the game, the students were able to meet the Razorback players and got autographs. Submitted photo.
Four games deep into their conference slate, the Forrest City Mustangs are just about where they figured to be in the 5A-East Conference race, tied for third with Nettleton, with a chance to take over sole ownership with a win over the Paragould Rams tonight at Sam Smith Stadium.
Palestine-Wheatey Junior Patriots coach Richard Havner gave his assistant coach Tommie Wells a much deserved kiss on the cheek following Thursday’s final season game at Patriot Field.
When the Forrest City Mustang golf program saw four of its five varsity players transfer to other schools before the 2014 season got under way in August, sophomore Curt Coleman could have just as easily put his clubs in storage. But he didn’t.
The Forrest City Junior Mustangs will make the trip northward to Paragould tonight to take on the Junior Rams in a game that gives the Junior Mustangs a chance to get back on track.
While holding their own defensively against Marion Tuesday night, the Forrest City eighth grade Colts couldn’t get on track offensively.
Dwight Lofton’s Mustangs are less than a month away from opening the 2014-15 prep basketball season.
The first-ever weather delay for the Mustangs under head coach Rich Trail didn’t favor the visitors Friday night in a key 5A-East Conference game played at Batesville.
One more game, one more shut out. The streak lives on for the Palestine-Wheatley Junior Patriots.