Several Huntsville athletes on Monday qualified for the 4A State Track Meet next week in Batesville.
Kingston High School graduate Hannah Villines, a 5’9” junior at Arkansas Tech in Russellville, was named basketball’s Newcomer of the Year in the Great American Conference.
The Kingston Lady Yellow Jackets fell 69-34 to Viola (32-8) last week at the Class 1A State Basketball Tournament at Izard County High School in Brockwell.
The Kingston Lady Yellow Jackets (16-21, 6-5) will battle Viola at 4 p.m. on Thursday in hopes of advancing their season through the 1A State Tournament.
The Huntsville boys finished in 20th place last Tuesday at the Class 4A State Track Meet, held in Pocahontas. All seven points were earned by sophomore distance runner Tanner Barbee.
Huntsville sophomores Tanner Barbee, Eva Miranda and Kendra Poor qualified as individuals for the state track meet, which was held on Tuesday in Pocahontas. The Eagles’ 3,200-meter relay team also qualified.
The Kingston Lady Yellow Jackets ended their season falling to Bay 53-22 in the 1A State Tournament. Brooke Barron led the team with 10 points, followed by Hattie Selsor and Mellia Johnson with 4, Breanna Emitt with 2 and Alesha Anderson and Paige Johnson with 1 point each. All of the Yellow…
The Kingston Yellow Jackets brought home the first-place trophy from their regional tournament last weekend before falling in the first round of the 1A State Tournament. The Lady Jackets fell just short of the top prize at Regionals, bringing home the second-place trophy.
The Kingston Cross Country team traveled to Hot Springs on Friday, Nov. 3 for the 1-A State Cross Country Meet. The girls placed fourth overall. There were 264 runners over all. Aliya Reynolds place 19th, Libby Johnson placed 23rd, Breanna Emitt placed 29th, Caylin Stacey 34th, Savannah Tolb…
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Kingston 2016 graduate Hannah Villines was taken aback when she was announced as the Outstanding Player of the Arkansas Activities Association girls All-Star Basketball game on June 23 - before the game was even over.
Both Kingston Sr. Teams traveled to Harrison to play Yellville in the NAC Tournament on Jan. 8. The Lady Yellowjackets played hard, winning 63-49. Hannah Villines had her second game of 32 points, followed by Brooke Barron with 13, Breanna Emitt 9, Alesha Anderson 5 and Emily Villines with 4.