The 2014 Times-Herald Professor Pigskin Football Contest has arrived and will start on Tuesday.
All-TournamentEight high school golfers, including Forrest City’s Curt Coleman, were named to the Mustang Tradition All-Tournament Team Saturday. They are, front row from left: Ryan Robinson (Lonoke); Dylan Bradley (Bald Knob); Parker Ibbotson (Lonoke) and Jacob Terry (Paragould). On the back row, from left, are: Eli Williams (Paragould); Kody Hearyman (Blytheville); Brett Daughdrill (Nettleton) and Coleman. Paragould won the overall team title, while Coleman won individual medalist honors. Photo by Fred Conley.
The 2014 Forrest City Athletic Hall of Fame will add seven new members during induction day ceremonies set for Friday, Sept. 19.
The Forrest City Junior Mustangs passed their first test of the year Thursday night by taking a 22-8 win over Helena-West Helena in a preseason scrimmage played at Sam Smith Stadium.
Two years ago, Terrell Jamal Woods had just found a new home inside boxing’s squared circle.
Tuesday night, Forrest City rolled through the preseason scrimmage jamboree at Watson Chapel unscathed by turning back Class 4A Star City 20-13 and Class 5A Watson Chapel 20-14.
Palestine-Wheatley coach Charles Sartin has enjoyed watching his two quarterbacks battle for this season’s starting role over the past month.
PREP FOOTBALL PRESEASON SCRIMMAGE SCHEDULE
The biggest weakness for Watson Chapel this season is its inexperience at the quarterback position.
Monday, in a nine-hole high school match at Newport, Forrest City’s Curt Coleman shot a 43, playing within one stroke of winning the individual match.