Since establishing the Rumble on the Ridge Thanksgiving tournament back in 1997, Executive Director Bill Baxter has faced and solved a variety of obstacles.
The Forrest City Mustangs will play at Jonesboro tonight in their final tuneup game before opening at the 13th annual Rumble on the Ridge tournament on Thursday.
Forrest City coach Dwight Lofton tested his Mustangs in their season opener Thursday night by bringing in a young, but very athletic Pine Bluff basketball squad.
In late October, Little Rock Christian running back Michael Dyer set the Arkansas career rushing record surpassing the previous total of 7,122 yards.
Forrest City senior Barrett Astin was sure about his decision last summer when he verbally committed to play baseball for Dave Van Horn and University of Arkansas Razorbacks.
There were lots of new faces in new places for Forrest City coach Dwight Lofton Tuesday night.
The Forrest City Mustangs and the West Memphis Blue Devils will play their one and only basketball game of the year against each other tonight at West Memphis.
For a few hours Friday night, Forrest City relocated to Northwest Arkansas.
Tonight’s regular season finale at Blytheville will be an interesting football game for the Forrest City Mustangs.
Wynne attorney Robert “Bob” Ford and Forrest City native Jim Lindsey are the best of friends. In fact, they are more like family — brothers, in fact.