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The Huntsville High Lady Eagles softball team beat Berryville Tuesday afternoon 10-3 at Pea Ridge in the first round of the 4A-1 District Tournament.

Former Huntsville coach and teacher Charles H. Berry last week received the John Wooden Legacy Award in Benton at the National High School Basketball Coaches Association convention.

Both Kingston sixth-grade teams played in the district tournament at Alpena.

Huntsville and Gentry played to a 1-1 tie on Monday in 4A-West soccer action in Gentry.

The Kingston girls track and field team on Monday won the 1A-1 East senior high conference meet in Harrison.

Huntsville and Kingston track teams last Thursday participated in The Senior Goblin Rosson Invitational in Harrison.

Huntsville’s coed soccer team played its best game of the year on Friday, falling 2-1 to Prairie Grove in the 4A-West Conference at Eagle Stadium.

Huntsville Lady Eagles softball celebrated Senior Night last Thursday with a 12-2 win over West Fork in five innings.

Shiloh Christian downed Huntsville 12-5 on Friday in 4A-1 baseball at Mitchusson Park.

Brandon Walker and Ronnie Thompson won the Booger County Bass Club Tournament Saturday on Bull Shoals Lake.

The Kingston girls finished third last Thursday in the Senior Anstaff Relays in Green Forest.

Spring football practice will get underway for the varsity Huntsville Eagles on Monday, May 8, after school.

Pea Ridge shut out Huntsville 14-0 on Friday in 4A-1 Conference softball, but the City of Wynne was the real winner.

Huntsville downed the NWA Hornets 16-1 in nonconference baseball action Monday in Mitchusson Park.

The very young, inexperienced coed Huntsville High soccer team fell 8-0 to Clarksville on Monday at Eagle Stadium.

Huntsville shut down Ozark 9-7 on Monday in nonconference softball action in Franklin County.

Huntsville downed Providence Academy 16-7 on Monday in nonconference baseball action in Mitchusson Park.

Huntsville on March 30 took part in the Siloam Springs Panther Relays for senior high track and field. The meet was called off following the girls’ mile due to rain, according to coach Cole Harriman.

The Huntsville Eagles won four of five games played last week during Spring Break in Tampa, Fla.

Huntsville participated in the 2023 Siloam Springs 7th Grade Relays on Monday.

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