Driven by R.J. Glasper’s 38 points and a 20-point night from Montee Randle, the Forrest City Mustangs, before a very vocal crowd at Mustang Arena, opened the prep season with a convincing 87-67 win over Little Rock Central.
Tall orderForrest City’s Montee Randle, left, defends against El Dorado’s Daniel Gafford in Saturday’s championship game at the Rumble on the Ridge. Photo by Fred Conley.
After missing postseason for the past two seasons, the Forrest City Mustangs return to the Class 5A state playoffs Friday night when they visit Hot Springs to take Lakeside, the No. 1 seed from the 5A-South.
Forrest City Mustang basketball coach Dwight Lofton will coach a regular season game tonight for the first time since Jan. 9 – a 69-59 conference opening win over Greene County Tech.
The Times-Herald sponsored East Arkansas Deer Hunter’s Gun Give-Away, is officially under way and will run through December.
Class 5A State Football Playoffs
One of Phillip May’s best memories as a Mustang baseball player at Forrest City came during his senior season when that Mustangs team beat Jacksonville for the firs time ever in baseball – a 5-4 victory on Jacksonville’s home field.
The Forrest City Mustangs will officially open the prep basketball season Thursday when they host Little Rock Central for a junior varsity/varsity doubleheader at Mustang Arena.
Forrest City basketball coach Dwight Lofton was back on the bench Saturday to guide his Mustangs through a two game preseason jamboree scrimmage at North Pulaski High School.
LITTLE ROCK — Farm Bureau recently announced the watch lists for the 2015 Farm Bureau Awards.
The Palestine-Wheatley Lady Patriots will play a preseason benefit game on Wednesday, when they face Harrisburg at the FedEx Forum in Memphis.