Forrest City’s Curt Coleman didn’t shoot a bad score Thursday in a prep golf match at Sage Meadows, but by his standards, it wasn’t his best either.
Contest winnerT.A. Walton, of Fayetteville, is the winner of the East Arkansas Angler's Bragging Board Contest, sponsored by the Times-Herald and local advertisers. Walton won a certificate for a free taxidermy. Walton, left, is congratulated by John Colvin, of Colvin's Taxidermy, which sponsored the prize. Photo by Caleb Talley
Behind four players with multi-hit games and seven of the nine starters with base hits, Pensacola won the final game of the five-game series over the Biloxi Shuckers, 7-4, Tuesday at MGM Park.
MADRID, Spain – The Arkansas men’s basketball program played the first of four games on Tuesday during its foreign tour in Spain, falling to Euro Colegio Casvi 81-75 after a furious second-half rally.
For the third consecutive time this season, Forrest City senior Curt Coleman has landed on an All-Tournament team.
John “Drew” Southerland and Emily Smith were high school and college sweethearts.
Palestine-Wheatley opened the 2016 prep golf season Friday, the school’s second since beginning its first-ever golf program a year ago. Players opened the season with a rematch at Trumann.
It could be nothing more than just an anomaly or a an unforeseen glitch in the space-time continuum.
PENSACOLA, Fla. — A first round pick in 2014, Sean Newcomb dueled Pensacola spot starter Barrett Astin through through the first five innings, but neither pitcher figured in the final decision.
The Valley View Blazers golf team won its second tournament of the week Thursday, besting the field in the Blazer Invitational at RidgePointe Country Club.
Arkansas High School baseball coaches will have more to keep up with during the course of the 2017 season which begins in April.