Huntsville Sports

When the 27th Madison County IPRA Rodeo takes place next weekend, one of the most popular events will be Mutton Bustin, where young boys and girls take their chances on the backs of sheep inside Sky High Arena. 

Huntsville Eagles head coach Eric Henderson put his varsity and junior high players through their paces Monday morning on the practice field behind Eagle Stadium, urging them to watch their feet, “bellybutton” the ball, and to take smaller, “heel-to-toe” steps during plays.

The 27th Annual Madison County IPRA Rodeo Week is scheduled to kick off on Monday with Kids Night at Sky High Arena atop Governors’ Hill. The two-night rodeo will be held on Friday and Saturday, July 26 and 27.

Excitement and high energy are two ways Huntsville High School head volleyball coach Kasey Gosvener describes her team in the early going of practice on July 8, the first day after the end of the Arkansas Activities Association’s Dead Period.

Live wrestling is coming to Huntsville. You read that right — live wrestling is coming on July 20 to the AT & Georgia Mae Smith Activity Center.

Michael LaBahn of Pea Ridge is the new head coach of seventh grade and junior varsity basketball for Huntsville Athletics and will serve as the assistant coach for the Huntsville golf team. LaBahn said he is excited about both opportunities.

More than 30 young golfers attended the inaugural Junior Golf Camp at Oak Ridge Country Club, June 26-27. Organizers say they hope to have more such events in the future.

More than 30 young golfers attended the inaugural Junior Golf Camp at Oak Ridge Country Club, June 26-27.

There were 25 teams in the tournament, and Huntsville finished as 10U champions in the Washington County Civic League with a season record of 12-1.

Kristyn Shinn Clark looks at the Huntsville Eagle Soccer Academy as a means of spreading awareness about the Huntsville High School program and reaching as many potential players — and their parents — as possible.

Under the watchful eye of head football coach Eric Henderson, the Huntsville Eagles varsity football team worked out in the weightroom of the Charles H. Berry Gymnasium Tuesday morning.

Derek Bodenhamer, the new head coach of the Huntsville Eagles soccer team, said he looks forward to implementing some changes to the program and winning more games next season.

Pee wee boys’ basketball camp was held last week at Charles H. Berry Gymnasium.

Members of the Huntsville Trap Team competing in the 2024 Youth Shooting Sports state championships in Jacksonville saw their shot at victory disappear last weekend, as both the senior and junior squads were eliminated in the first round.

Gill Bryant and Aubry Sikes won the June 1 Booger County Bass Club tournament  on Bull Shoals Lake

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