The Arkansas Sonic Boom Track Club took six Forrest City student-athletes to the Arkansas AAU District Qualifier Track Meet Saturday at Hot Springs High School.
Too close for comfortEast Arkansas Community College hosted a basketball camp for kids Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday in the school’s gym. The camp featured two sessions – a morning session for first through third grade students and a n afternoon session for fourth through sixth students. The morning class drew 21 kids while the afternoon session attracted 22 campers. Josh Wingo, an administrator with the Wynne School District served as the team camp coordinator. In the top photo, eye contact was the key in playing solid defense while a young camper in the photo at right does his best to move past another player while keeping the ball under control. Photos by Fred Conley
The Forrest City Mustangs are competing today in the Benton 7-on-7 tournament.
Former Forrest City Mustang golfers and Forrest City High School graduates Cody Flowers and Baker Aldridge teamed up to win the Forrest City Country Club’s two-man scramble tournament played Saturday and Sunday.
Former Palestine-Wheatley coach Richard Havner, who left after the 2014-15 year to take the head football position at Two Rivers, has resigned to take a coaching position at Horn Lake, Miss.
Forrest City’s Barrett Astin pitched the final inning of Pensacola’s 10-5, 14-inning win over Jackson in a game played on Thursday.
Final preparations are underway for the sixth annual East Arkansas Community College Golf Tournament, set to be played Monday, June 13, at the 18-hole course at the Forrest City Country Club.
The Forrest City-based Drop Squad boxing club has been on several road trips over the past couple of years.
The Continuing Education and Workforce Development Department at East Arkansas Community College will offer golf and basketball camps for area children during its Kids on Campus summer program.
The summer team camp schedule continues for the Forrest City Lady Mustangs.
When it comes to bragging on her girls, Forrest City Lady Mustangs basketball coach Erica Smith Taylor has no problem.