The Huntsville Eagles split a pair of 4A-1 Conference home matchups last week.
The 15th Annual Buffalo Headwaters Challenge Mountain Bike Festival is scheduled for Jan. 24-26 near Red Star, located on Highway 16 east of Pettigrew.
The Huntsville Lady Eagles hosted the Pea Ridge Lady Blackhawks in a non-conference game last Tuesday night. The Lady Blackhawks used a solid inside and outside offense to earn a 64-48 win at Charles H. Berry Gymnasium.
The Huntsville Eagles started last week with a Tuesday non-conference matchup against the Pea Ridge Blackhawks. The Blackhawks took control in the fourth quarter for a 55-48 win at Charles H. Berry Gymnasium.
The Huntsville Lady Eagles played last week at the Crabtree Invitational at Bentonville High School. The Lady Eagles fell in all three games against 6A West Conference opposition.
The Huntsville Eagles played last week in the Tony Chachere’s Classic at Farmington High School. The Eagles won 2 of 3 games in the round-robin format to claim the runner-up trophy.
The Huntsville Eagles hosted the Gravette Lions in a non-conference matchup last Friday night. The Eagles utilized solid offense from both inside and outside to earn a 53-48 victory at Charles H. Berry Gymnasium.
The Huntsville Eagles will play three games in three days this week at the Tony Chaceres Classic at Cardinal Arena in Farmington. This is a round-robin tournament featuring the Eagles, the host Farmington Cardinals, the Hot Springs Lakeside Rams and the Cedarville Pirates.
The Huntsville Lady Eagles hosted the Springdale Lady Bulldogs in a AAA preseason benefit game last Thursday evening. The Lady Eagles never trailed in a 48-36 win at Charles H. Berry Gymnasium.
One would not expect much excitement for a preseason senior boys basketball game, but that is exactly what occurred in the matchup between the Huntsville Eagles and the Siloam Springs Panthers last Thursday.
The Huntsville Eagles and Lady Eagles basketball teams held their annual Maroon & White Spirit Night games last Saturday at Charles H. Berry Gymnasium.
Second-year head Eagles basketball coach Grant Myrick is in search of players who can step in and put points on the board, after four starters graduated last season.
Unlike a year ago when his team often didn’t have enough members to scrimmage, second-year head coach Greg McCone said this year’s Lady Eagles basketball team is made up of 18 players.