Buffalo Island Central claimed its second consecutive Class 2A boys state golf championship Tuesday at Camden Country Club.
BlockingPalestine-Wheatley junior lineman Caleb Holliday (52) takes on a Lavaca lineman during Friday's non-conference football game played at Patriot Field. Lavaca downed the Patriots 39-12. P-W will travel to Des Arc on Friday in a conference matchup. Submitted Photo
The Forrest City seventh and eighth grade Colts football teams will host Wynne today for a doubleheader beginning at 5:30 p.m., at Sam Smith Stadium.
Forrest City quarterback Randal Moore threw for a career-best 252 yards and six touchdowns, the second time this season the sophomore has tossed six touchdowns in one game, and the Mustangs rolled up Valley View 40-14 in a 5A-East Conference showdown Friday night played at Sam Smith Stadium.
Prior to McCrory’s home game against Palestine-Wheatley on Friday, head coach Chris Kennon was worried his youthful Jaguars could get “hammered” by what he called “a very good P-W team.”
Forrest City wasn’t able to secure a road victory over Valley View Thursday night at Jonesboro, but Junior Mustangs head coach Stan Siler did give his team an “A” for effort.
Valley View’s quest for its first postseason appearance since moving from Class 4A up to Class 5A crosses through Forrest City and Sam Smith Stadium tonight.
The Forrest City Lady Mustangs basketball team will hold a youth mini-team camp Saturday, Oct. 1, at the Larry S. Bryant Multi-purpose and Wellness Center.
It was a two-person race Wednesday for the Class 5A state girls high school golf title.
JONESBORO — Valley View dodged a bullet but will still be short-handed in the backfield for Friday night’s 5A-East Conference game against Forrest City at Sam Smith Stadium.
The Palestine-Wheatley Junior Lady Patriots competed in the Diggin in the Delta volleyball tournament played Saturday at Marianna Lee’s James Banks Gym.