Making a bid for a regional berth, the Palestine-Wheatley Lady Patriots fell short Friday night at the 6AA Senior District Tournament at Hazen.
RematchForrest City’s R.J. Glasper (1) gets off a shot against Jacksonville’s Devin Campbell (3) during last year’s Class 5A state tournament championship game. Weather permitting, the two players will go head-to-head again Friday when the their respective teams meet in a first-round Class 5A state tournament game. Photo by Fred Conley.
Just when it looked like prep basketball schedules might be a little closer to getting back to normal, another round of winter weather has moved in to cause more problems keeping teams on ice again tonight.
The Palestine Youth Baseball Program registration for the 2015 summer youth baseball and softball leagues is now under way at Palestine City Hall.
Prep basketball scores and schedules.
Little by little, area prep basketball teams are beginning to return to the playing court.
With four games left to play, the Forrest City Mustangs could be facing a long and busy week next week.
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This week’s inclement weather has forced the postponement of tonight’s 5A-East basketball schedule, and the threat of more wintry weather could impact games scheduled for later this week.
Paragould’s Brandon Clifford scored 47 points to lead the Rams to an 84-81 victory over the Mustangs Friday in a 5A-East Conference game played at Paragould. The win gave Paragould the conference season sweep over Forrest City. The Rams beat the Mustangs 67-63 last month at Mustang Arena giving Paragould the two victories by a total of seven points. With Paragould’s win over the Mustangs and Valley View’s win over Greene County Tech Friday, Forrest City slips to second place in the 5A-East Conference standings at 8-2, while Valley View takes over sole ownership of first place, sitting at 9-1. The Blazers will be on top alone at least until … Continued