Forrest City swept past West Memphis East Thursday night winning all four junior high basketball games played at Mustang Arena.
Going upPalestine-Wheatley's Cameron Thrash (30) goes up for a shot during a recent home basketball game. The Patriots lost to Concord Wednesday at the Midland Invitational Tournament and will next play on Monday. Photo by Fred Conley
The last time a Forrest City Mustang football team finished 7-3, they missed the state playoffs by one point based on the scoring system used to determine tie breakers and postseason positioning.
Headed into Friday’s first-round Class AA playoff game, Palestine-Wheatley interim head coach Tommy Wells will do so minus at least eight players who have started during the regular season or contributed to the team’s 6-4 record and playoff berth.
Last Saturday’s preseason jamboree basketball game against Earle and played at Hughes High School was unlike any preseason game Forrest City Mustangs coach Dwight Lofton has been in.
The six Arkansas Razorbacks women’s basketball players that knelt during the National Anthem prefacing Arkansas’ exhibition game victory over Oklahoma Baptist on Nov. 3 at Walton Arena will stand with the rest of their teammates and coaches when the National Anthem prefaces Arkansas’ season-opener against Sam Houston State at 10:30 a.m. Friday on Elementary School Day at Walton.
The University of Arkansas Razorbacks’ men’s basketball team signed two key in-state recruits to Wednesday’s start to the November signing period.
There are some things that Palestine-Wheatley interim head football coach Tommy Wells doesn’t know about Camden-Harmony Grove, his team’s first round Class AA state playoff opponent on Friday.
The Forrest City Mustangs will officially open the 2016-17 prep basketball season Thursday at Little Rock Central.
Forrest City Junior High basketball coach Skip Dulaney begins his third season as the Junior Lady Mustangs head coach Thursday when they officially open the season with a four-game set at Mustang Arena.
Chris Williams is anxious to get his second full season as junior high boys basketball underway.