Finally, the Forrest City Junior Mustangs put together a complete game Thursday beating the Batesville Junior Pioneers a 28-6 in a 5A-East Conference game played at Sam Smith Stadium.
BlockedA Forrest City Lady Mustang goes up to block a shot at the net by a Valley View player in Monday's first round game at the 5A-East Conference volleyball tournament being played at Mustang Arena. Valley View won the game to adbance to today's semifinals. Photo by Fred Conley
Even though the Palestine-Wheatley Patriots are unbeaten at 5-0, interim head coach Tommy Wells still insists that his team is still “flying under the radar.”
Forrest City Junior Mustangs coach Stan Siler makes no bones about not liking the sound of being 2-3, which is where his Junior Mustangs team stands headed into tonight’s 5A-East Conference game against Batesville.
Valley View kept the Class 5A state championship trophy in town.
The NCAA wants to restrict when and where college football coaches can hold satellite camps and have two early signing periods for high school prospects.
Last year, at Sam Smith Stadium Forrest City took the opening kickoff and drove the field to score a quick touchdown to lead Batesville 6-0.
Wynne scored late to take an 18-14 win over the Forrest City eighth grade Colts in a game played Tuesday at Sam Smith Stadium.
Buffalo Island Central claimed its second consecutive Class 2A boys state golf championship Tuesday at Camden Country Club.
The Forrest City seventh and eighth grade Colts football teams will host Wynne today for a doubleheader beginning at 5:30 p.m., at Sam Smith Stadium.
Forrest City quarterback Randal Moore threw for a career-best 252 yards and six touchdowns, the second time this season the sophomore has tossed six touchdowns in one game, and the Mustangs rolled up Valley View 40-14 in a 5A-East Conference showdown Friday night played at Sam Smith Stadium.