The eighth annual Street Hoop Fest and the King and Queen of the Delta basketball tournament begins Friday, May 26, and continues through Sunday, May 28, with all games scheduled to be played at the Larry S. Bryant Multipurpose Center.
Summer drillsForrest City returning guard Tykeia Edwards brings the ball up court in a team camp game played last week at Marion. The Lady Mustangs will compete in the UALR team camp Tuesday and Wednesday, Aug. 1 and 2, in Little Rock. Edwards will be one of five seniors for the Lady Mustangs during the 2017-18 season. Photo by Fred Conley
Players to get in work during summer 7-on-7 tournaments
The Cincinnati Reds optioned Forrest City’s Barrett Astin to their AAA affiliate Louisville Bats on Thursday, ending Astin‘s fourth stay with the Reds since the start of the major league season.
Forrest City junior Ty Norment powered through the second day of the Arkansas high school heptathlon Thursday at Cabot on her way to finishing 19th overall out of 69 competitors.
A year ago, Forrest City’s Ty Norment, along with Destiney Summers, represented the Lady Mustangs at the state high school heptathlon held at Cabot.
As a freshman, Will Nash transferred from Brinkley to Palestine-Wheatley.
On Monday, June 12, East Arkansas Community College will host the seventh annual EACC Golf Tournament at the 18-hole course at the Forrest City Country Club. The tournament will benefit the EACC Foundation.
Forrest City senior football and baseball player Noah Thomas recently signed with Mount Union University in Alliance, Ohio, during a signing ceremony last week at Forrest City High School. Thomas was surrounded by relatives, teammates and friends during the event.
Kaylea Roethlisberger gave Valley View the lead Monday, and Montanna Smith helped make it stand.
Spring Hill comes from behind in bottom of seventh to win 10-9