Okay, so Wynne’s 33-12 win over Forrest City Friday night may not have ended the Mustangs’ state playoff hopes entirely.
The Forrest City Junior Mustangs made it two in a row Thursday by defeating Helena-West Helena 14-0 on the road.
Texas ain’t got nothing on the Greene County Eagles. Saturday, the Longhorns laid 52 points on the Arkansas Razorbacks.
Demetrius Morman and Kenny Smith gave the Palestine-Wheatley Patriots an early lead Friday night, but in the end the Rector Cougars were the ones celebrating in the middle of Patriot Field.
Two games, two victories, two shutouts.
Had it not been for the Forrest City defense, Friday’s 14-6 loss to the Marion Patriots might have been worse.
For the second straight week, a late touchdown left the Forrest City Junior Mustangs on the wrong side of the scoreboard.
Tuesday night, the Forrest City seventh grade Colts became the first of the school’s football teams to put points on the scoreboard in a 34-0 victory over Wynne.
Randy Phillips saw some great things from his Hughes Blue Devils Friday, despite losing to McCrory 43-25 at Blue Devil Stadium.