Huntsville Sports

The Huntsville Eagles baseball team honored teachers in a Teacher Appreciation special ceremony held on March 29 prior to the Berryville game. Each baseball player chose a favorite teacher to be introduced on the mound. The teacher wore the corresponding player’s jersey number.

On Friday, April 5, Huntsville baseball hosted a Strike Out Cancer event with all of the money raised donated to fight juvenile cancer.

Paxton Harriman drove in four runs on four hits to lead the Huntsville Eagles past the Pea Ridge Blackhawks 11-3 on Tuesday, April 2.

Huntsville Eagles softball pitcher Kennedy Smith pitched her 200th strikeout on March 26 against the Gravette Lions, an achievement Smith said is the highlight of her season thus far — until she throws her 300th strikeout, which she is on her way toward doing.

The Huntsville Eagles baseball team saluted teachers during Teacher Appreciation Day on Friday, March 29 in a special ceremony prior to the Berryville game.

The Huntsville Eagles Junior High track team participated in the Siloam Springs Panther Relays on March 26.

Huntsville High School senior Katlyn Turner loves being on the softball field. As co-captain of the Eagles Softball team she is dedicated to the game, in which she plays first and second base, as well as the outfield. When not on the field, she works full time at Meadowview Healthcare and Rehab as a CNA. 

Huntsville’s Lady Eagles softball team was not able to break out of their rough patch on Friday, April 5 as the team picked up their third straight loss. They fell 6-2 to the Gentry Pioneers. The result was a  reminder to Huntsville of the 13-3 defeat they experienced in the pair’s previous head-to-head back in April of 2023.

Gracie Dinh, a Huntsville resident and senior at Arkansas Virtual Academy, has signed on to compete on the University of Mississippi rifle team.

Friday, April 5, Huntsville Baseball will host a Strike out Cancer event and all of the money raised will be donated to juvenile cancer.

Huntsville couldn’t keep up with Gravette and fell 15-0 on Tuesday, March 26.

Even though the Huntsville Eagles collected seven hits to the Gravette Lions’s five, they still fell 4-2 on Tuesday, March 26. Sawyer Owens led Huntsville with two hits.

The Huntsville Eagles softball team was the runner-up last weekend in the Harrison Ozark Classic.

Huntsville Eagles seventh-graders participated in the Siloam Springs Panther Relays on March 25 at Siloam Springs Middle School.

The Huntsville Eagles and the Silo Rebels passed the lead back-and-forth on Tuesday, March 19 in Tampa Bay, but eventually Silo prevailed 10-8. The game was tied at eight in the top of the eighth when Shawn Weaver grounded out, scoring one run.

Mike Smith doesn’t have to go very far or look very hard to remind himself of one of the best parts of his job as groundskeeper at Oakridge Country Club and Golf Course. His residence on the golf course overlooks one of the club’s nine holes. Beyond that is a sweeping view of northern Madison County. “It helps, on a bad day,” Smith laughed.

The Huntsville Eagles softball team lost to the Ste. Genevieve  Dragons 6-1 on March 16 in Jonesboro.

The Huntsville Eagles baseball team defeated Midwestern Ontario 5-3 on March 15 during Tampa Bay Spring Training in Tampa Bay, Fla.

Hard work and passion fuel Huntsville High School Senior Brady Bolinger on the court and field. He plays second base and occasionally pitches for the Eagles baseball team and shows skills as guard on the Eagles basketball team. He is also a member of the National Honor Society (NHS) and interns part time at Ducommun in Huntsville. 

Huntsville’s track and field program is already in high gear, with the team competing thus far in Farmington and Green Forest. Deon Duncan and Brian Garrett, co-head coaches, say they are excited about the season ahead.

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