Gravette won both the boys and girls golf matches Monday at Oakridge Golf Course in Huntsville.
The Huntsville Middle School will offer the Specialized Riding For Focus program involving bicycles this fall, just the second school in Arkansas to do so.
The Huntsville High School golf teams opened the 2019 season Monday at Oakridge Golf Course, where the Lady Eagles team started their season with a win. The Lady Eagles were led by junior Kathryn Fancher, who shot a 55. Madison Phillips shot a 58, Shelby Cook a 61 and Hattie McCollough a 68.…
The Lady Eagles volleyball team this summer had a mixture of hard work and fun activities designed to build team chemistry, according to head coach Staci Williamson.
Kevin Hampton’s presence isn’t hard to notice at the annual county rodeo. His horses, bulls, calves and more are what face off against the local cowboys and cowgirls vying for belt buckles and bragging rights, and while his company takes him to rodeos throughout the country, staying close to…
Tom Tice’s resume is long with accomplishments: he won a state championship coaching football at Harrison in 1999, and led the Goblins to five Final Four appearances (and one in Huntsville in 1975); spent years on the sidelines at Huntsville and helped establish and expand programs at both H…
A project to install air conditioning in the main gymnasiums in Huntsville and St. Paul is expected to be completed by October, according to Huntsville Athletic Director Tom McCollough.
J.J. Goss of Cypress Ranch High School near Houston – the grandson of a Witter couple – was drafted 36th overall by the Tampa Bay Rays in last week’s Major League Baseball draft.
The Huntsville Eagles in 2020 will return to the 4A-1 Conference for football, according to the Arkansas Activities Association.
Sean McCone, a senior of Huntsville High School, was awarded the $6,000 Buck Vaughan Athletic Scholarship. The scholarship is based on exceptional athletic ability, school and community activities.
The inaugural Cowboy for Tyler Rodeo, held in honor of late Huntsville High School student Tyler Smith, filled the stands at Sky High Arena on Saturday, May 25.
The 2018-19 athletic year for Huntsville High included a state championship in cross country, an assistant football coach promoted to the head job and early exits in district play for both baseball and softball teams.
The Huntsville Eagles’ baseball season came to an end last Tuesday with a 9-7 loss to Pea Ridge in the first round of the 4A-1 District Tournament in Harrison.
The Huntsville boys track team finished fifth at last Thursday’s Senior Goblins Rosson Invitational in Harrison, while the Huntsville girls finished seventh.