Last Tuesday night, Huntsville traveled to Ozark bringing home a 38 to 53 loss.
Members of the varsity Eagles basketball teams saluted the special veterans in their lives Friday night at the Activity Center.
The team-voted award recipients were: Most Valuable Player: Hallie Howerton; Most Improved: Nora Thomas.
Cedric Comer signed his letter of intent to bowl with the Ottawa Braves, at Ottawa University, on Nov. 1.
The Huntsville Lady Eagles traveled to Clarksville to begin their 2023-2024 season coming home with a 55-45 loss.
Huntsville finished its 2023 football campaign with a 0-10 record Friday night, losing to the Ozark Hillbillies, 56-30.
The head coaches of the boys’ and girls’ Eagles basketball teams got a preview of how their players will look in the regular season at Saturday’s Maroon and White games, held at the AT & Georgia Mae Smith Activity Center.
Greg McCone, head coach of the Huntsville Lady Eagles basketball team, said his players have high goals for the upcoming season that begins at Clarksville on Nov. 6 and are willing to do the work to realize them.
Huntsville High School senior Dixie Emmot has moxie. As co-cheer captain for the Huntsville Eagles Cheer team, you can find her on the sidelines, cheering for the Huntsville Eagles football and basketball teams.
The Huntsville Eagles dropped a hard-fought campaign against the Green Forest Tigers on Friday night, 14-6, falling to 0-9 overall this season and 0-6 in 4A-1. The loss on Senior Night eliminates Huntsville from playoff contention. Mist and slippery conditions might have played into the loss, but for the most part, it was a low-scoring game that saw both sides affected by penalties and turnovers. Huntsville made its lone touchdown early in the first quarter and was unable to break into the end zone again. Green Forest also made its first touchdown early, not to score again until the closing minutes of the contest.
River Gosvener, head coach of the Huntsville Eagles basketball team, has high hopes for the upcoming season and attributes his aspiration to his players, who have been working hard in the off-season.
It’s Senior Night at Eagle Stadium. Huntsville will play their final home game of the season against Green Forest.
Gritty football. That’s what the Huntsville Eagles played down to the end of Friday night’s often emotional 4A-1 conference game in Berryville, which saw the Eagles fall to the Bobcats, 20-12.
The undefeated Upper Division (fifth and sixth grade) League Champs and Tournament Champs are, left to right: Acadia Dotson, Serenity Mars, Saber Wilton, Kinley Emitt, Hannah Walker, Victoria Prado, …
Discipline, leadership and patience are the trifecta that keeps Huntsville High School senior Jayden Born at the top of his game. On the field, you can find him playing both sides of the ball as tight end and defensive end for the Huntsville Eagles football team.
The Huntsville Eagles will travel to Berryville tonight to take on the Bobcats.
Cross country teams from Huntsville, St. Paul and Kingston schools participated in the Huntsville Eagles Invitational on Oct. 16.
Huntsville’s fifth-grade pee wee football team recently honored their teammate’s mom, Amanda Cousins, with specially-ordered Hope for Amanda arm sleeves.
Huntsville High School Senior Evan Moore learned an Albert Einstein quote in sixth grade that stuck with him.
The second half looked a lot different - and better - than the first half of Friday night’s football conference battle between the Huntsville Eagles and the Lincoln Wolves. Both teams incurred more than their fair share of penalties in the first and second quarters, but the Eagles returned to the field after halftime a changed team – energized, inspired and ready to fight. Unfortunately, despite a touchdown scored by Kouper Shepherd in the game’s final 42 seconds, the Eagles were unable to overcome a 29 point deficit, falling 63-34.