Huntsville Sports

The Kingston girls placed six runners in the top eight last Thursday to easily repeat as Class 1A state cross country champions.

Ozark used its powerful running game to overwhelm Huntsville last Thursday 52-21 in the regular-season finale for both football teams at Eagle Stadium.

Huntsville’s Ashton Miller looks to pass against Morrilton.

Huntsville High School Senior Emily Mosley has a full plate.

The Huntsville Lady Eagles return one of their top playmakers from a year ago and will be helped out this basketball season by a talented group of sophomores, according to head coach Greg McCone.

The Huntsville Eagles’ basketball team will be taller this season than in previous years, and will return one of the better guards in northwest Arkansas in senior Mason Davidson. 

GREEN FOREST – The Huntsville Eagles overcame both adversity and a determined Tigers’ team Friday to pull out a 45-41 win in the 4A-1 Conference.

Huntsville senior Coleman Henry, center, on Monday competed in the Class 4A state golf tournament at Magellan Golf Club in Hot Springs Village.

Huntsville High’s Averie Dunn finished 11th Saturday at the 35th Annual Chile Pepper Festival, hosted by the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville.

Pea Ridge downed Huntsville 3-0 last Thursday in 4A-Northwest volleyball action at the Charles H. Berry Gymnasium.

Elkins’ junior running back Da’Shawn Chairs and senior receiver Jusiah Bettencourt scored three touchdowns each Friday as the Elks used their superior speed to run past Huntsville 41-0 in the 4A-1 Conference at Eagle Stadium.

A drive for working hard and dedication keep Huntsville High School senior Brock Miller committed to football.

Huntsville beat Ozark 3-2 in conference volleyball action last Thursday at the Charles H. Berry Gymnasium.

GENTRY – Gentry senior quarterback Chris Bell threw four touchdown passes and ran for another score Friday as the Pioneers upended Huntsville 49-13 in the 4A-1 Conference football opener for both teams.

Huntsville sophomore Averie Dunn finished second overall Monday at the University of the Ozarks Invitational cross country meet in Clarksville, while Huntsville’s boys’ team finished third overall.

Huntsville High golfer Coleman Henry on Monday qualified for the Class 4A state golf match after beating a Pea Ridge player in a playoff at the district match in Bella Vista.

The Kingston girls on Saturday won the Elkins Invitational Cross Country Meet for Class 1-3A, while Averie Dunn of Huntsville finished third overall in Class 4-5A.

Shiloh Christian beat three other teams, including Huntsville, in a 9-hole match Monday at The Creeks Golf Course in Cave Springs.

Huntsville High School Senior Amos Mayes is a triple threat.

Huntsville beat Lifeway Christian School 3-0 on Monday in nonconference volleyball action.

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