Forrest City senior Curt Coleman shot a 41 and junior Elizabeth Moon shot a 38 Thursday in a nine-hole high school golf match played at Bald Knob.
TakedownForrest City Junior Mustang running back Kadarius Akins (1) is brought down by Greene County Tech defenders during the first half of Thursday's 5A-East Conference game played at Sam Smith Stadium. Greene County Tech won the game 20-12. Photo by Fred Conley
When Mike Bender was first approached about the idea for the movie “Greater,” the story of University of Arkansas lineman Brandon Burlsworth, possibly the greatest walk-on player in the history of college football, and given the first draft of the script to read, he didn’t approve.
The four weeks of August summer football drills can be either an eternity or not enough time for coaches as they do their best to prepare their players for the season-opening game.
Forrest City’s Curt Coleman fired a one over 37 Wednesday to take individual medalist honors in a nine-hole, high school golf match against Batesville played at the Ridgecrest Club.
Facing what appeared to be a potential life-threatening illness two years ago, Trent (T.A.) Walton Sr., began making a “bucket list” of things he would like to do.
After several days off, Forrest City will host Batesville today for a 5A-East Conference golf match at Ridgecrest Club beginning at 3 p.m.
The Forrest City Lady Mustangs volleyball team played matches at Marion on Monday and will jump back onto the court again today at Wynne.
The new high school volleyball season has brought plenty of changes.
With the high school football season set to kick off today, two local familiar teams begin the year ranked in the first Associated Press state high school poll released Saturday.
Forrest City Junior Mustang coach Stan Siler was somewhat impressed with his young football team as they worked through a very hot and humid three-team, preseason scrimmage held at Jonesboro’s Cooksey-Johns Stadium.