It’s only March, but already high school football is making news.
All-Arkansas PrepsForrest City Mustangs junior guard R.J. Glasper has been named to the All-Arkansas Preps Second Team. Glasper, a 6’0” guard, helped lead the Mustangs to a 15-12 season and to a second-place finish in the 5A-East Conference, giving them the No. 2 seed into the Class 5A state tournament. Joining Glasper on the All-Arkansas Preps Second Team are Keith Hayes and Andre Jones, both of Little Rock McClellan; Chris Owens of Springdale and Javon Franklin of Little Rock Parkview. The All-Arkansas Preps banquet will be held June 20, in the Wally Allen Ballroom at the Statehouse Convention Center on Little Rock. ESPN college basketball analyst Dick Vitale will be the featured speaker for the banquet. For more information about the banquet or to purchase tickets, call 501-378-3807. Photo by Fred Conley.
Combined, Greene County Tech and Harrison hit 18 three pointers in their Class 5A state tournament game Monday afternoon.
A junior high school volleyball interest meeting will be held Wednesday, March 11, at 4:15 at the Forrest City Junior High School gym, according to girls volleyball coaches Amber Main and Phillip Campbell.
High School Basketball Finals Championship Games
Bank of the Ozarks Arena at Hot Springs
Jacksonville was quick on the draw Sunday and it paid off.
County Line ended Hughes’ stay Friday in the Class A state tournament being played at Nashville.
Prep Basketball Tournament Results
With the Class 5A state tournament being played at Paragould, the Forrest City Mustangs have not had to worry about overnight lodging.
Forrest City Lady Mustangs softball coach Allen Perry was really hoping to get the season started this weekend.
Prep Basketball – State Tournaments