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Congratulations to  the Kingston senior Lady Yellow Jackets, 1-A 1 East Conference and District Champions, and to the senior Yellow Jackets for being 1-A 1 East Co-Conference Champions.

Jessica Helms looks to put her own stamp on the 2024 season as she takes over as head coach of the Huntsville High School Lady Eagles softball team.

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

In the first round of the 4A-1 District Tournament Huntsville played Berryville winning 54 to 38.

Huntsville will host the 1A-1 Regional Basketball Tournament beginning this week at the AT and Georgie Mae Smith Activity Center, 400 Cain Ave., in Huntsville. 

Huntsville Eagles Head Baseball Coach Greg Harris is excited to begin the 2024 season on Feb. 26.

Juston Ramirez won this year’s Pickin’ Panel, by 12 games over Junior Bolinger. The weekly panel featured college and NFL games, all the way through the Feb. 11 Super Bowl. Going …

Both Kingston senior high teams played Yellville on Feb. 6. The final score of the Sr. Girls game was Kingston 59, Yellville 53. 

The St. Paul Saints got a little bit of a break this past week in the basketball season, playing one game against the Thaden Barn Owls from Bentonville. 

The Huntsville High School Lady Eagles bowling team finished 12th overall at the State Championship in Little Rock on Feb. 8. Cedric Comer also represented the boys team and finished 38th out of 115 male bowlers.

Huntsville senior Jayden Born signed to play football for the Hendrix College Warriors.

Former Huntsville Athletic Director and head coach Tommy Tice presents senior Huntsville Eagles quarterback Dax Wiggins the 2023 Burlsworth Character Award.

Standing 6-foot 4, Kingston High School Senior Hunter Farrar towers over the competition as center for the Kingston Yellow Jackets basketball team. When he is not on the basketball court, he can be found welding and working in construction with his father, Josh Farrar. 

The final week of January was extremely busy for Saints basketball teams. 

On Feb. 2, Kingston traveled to Deer to play their last conference game of the season. 

Huntsville was invaded by the first-place Farmington Lady Cardinals, surrendering a crushing 68-13 conference 4A-1 loss.

Friday night was a busy night and the gym was packed at Kingston.

Returning to basketball at St. Paul last week after the snow, the senior boys suffered a loss to New School on Wednesday, Jan. 24.

Energetic with an immense work ethic, Kingston High School senior Chism Floyd has had a non-traditional high school experience as a home-schooled player. 

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