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Junior PatriotsJunior Patriots: Palestine-Wheatley Junior Patriots running back Avian Smith (5) gets past an Augusta defender in the first half of a 6AA conference game played Thursday at Patriot Field. Augusta scored with one second left in the game to take a 28-22 win over the Junior Patriots. Photo by Fred Conley
Both Forrest City and Palestine-Wheatley had their Thursday night junior high football games cancelled due to the large amounts of rain that fell in the area, fueled by Hurricane Harvey.
After last week‘s preseason scrimmage game against Jonesboro MacArthur, Forrest City Junior Mustangs coach Stan Siler was far less than satisfied with his team‘s performance in the 6-0 loss.
With a full-house crowd on the edge of their seats and clinging to a slim 19-12 lead in the fourth quarter, Palestine-Wheatley found a way to shake off a much-improved Rector team for a 27-20 season-opening victory in a game played at Patriot Field.
When Palestine-Wheatley girls volleyball coach Emily Southerland was hired to start and coach the school’s first-ever girls volleyball team a year ago, she knew it was going to be a “work in progress” and it was.
The Rector Cougars have a couple of things working for them as they prepare to open the 2017 season Tuesday night at Palestine-Wheatley’s Patriot Field. Game time is set for 7 p.m.
The line for Jonesboro this season is big – and so are the overall numbers.
Forrest City’s Barrett Astin threw one inning Sunday in relief in Louisville’s 3-0 loss to Toledo.
Interception leads to late touchdown