Huntsville Sports

Five Huntsville High School seniors signed to play sports on the college level.

Four Huntsville basketball players were named to the 44th Annual KURM Dream Team.

Huntsville senior Mason Davidson was named to the 2023 Basketball All-Star team to compete in Conway this summer.

Elkins beat Booneville 14-13 Saturday to capture the 3A-1 Region baseball title in Harrison and earn a number-one seed in the state tournament this week.

Farmington downed Huntsville 7-0 in the 4A-West District soccer tournament.

Huntsville senior Mason Davidson was named to the 2023 Basketball All-Star team to compete in Conway this summer.

Farmington downed Huntsville 7-0 on Friday in the 4A-West District soccer tournament.

The Class 3A State Meet was scheduled for Tuesday in Prescott, with the Class 4A State Meet on Tuesday in Clarksville. The Class 1A State Meet was set for Wednesday in Lincoln. Full results will be in next week’s edition of The Record.

Huntsville senior Mason Davidson was named to the Class 4A All-State and 4A-1 All-Conference basketball teams for the 2022-23 season.

Huntsville last Friday overwhelmed West Fork 19-0 for the Lady Eagles’ first victory on the softball season.

Huntsville rallied from a 4-1 deficit on Monday to beat Grove, Okla., 5-4 in baseball action.

Da’Shawn Chairs of Elkins captured first place Saturday in the 60-meter dash at the Class 3A Arkansas Indoor Track Championships at the Randal Tyson Track Center in Fayetteville.

The Huntsville Lady Eagles will open the 2023 softball season on Feb. 28 at Rogers Heritage, with many starters back from a year ago.

The Huntsville Eagles lost five baseball players to graduation last year, with four of the seniors getting offers to play college ball. 

The Lady Eagles opened the 4A-1 Conference Tournament last week with a win against the host team Berryville 43 to 36. 

The Huntsville Eagles on Thursday will face Fountain Lake in the 4A-North Region, with a shot at the state basketball tournament on the line.

The Huntsville 5th Grade “B” Lady Eagles finished their season with a 6-1 regular season record and went 3-0 in their tournament to bring home the NWA County Youth 5th Grade B Championship.

The Huntsville Lady Eagles on Saturday hosted the Tigers from Prairie Grove, losing 57-43 in 4A-1 Conference play. The game was postponed from earlier in the week due to inclement weather.

The Huntsville Eagles bounced back Saturday night to beat Prairie Grove 60-54 in overtime, 24 hours after falling to Berryville in the 4A-1 Conference.

Huntsville hosted the 4A-1 leading Farmington Cardinals on Jan. 17, losing a lopsided game 67 to 25.

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