Driven and dynamic, Huntsville High School senior Carlie Tuttle Bailey is one busy student. As one of two cheer captains on the Huntsville High School varsity cheer team, you can find her cheering for the Huntsville Eagles football and basketball teams. She also excels in competitive dance and pageantry, the latter being used as a springboard to advocate for the American Heart Association. In school, you can find her on the student council.
Thursday, both of the St. Paul senior high teams played Westside. Final score for the girls was Saints 38 to Westside’s 54.
The junior and senior boys played Ozark Catholic Academy on Friday. The final score of the junior boys game was Kingston 29, OCA 47.
A need for speed has St. Paul High School Senior Jacob Ogden racing in more sports than one. On the court, he keeps his pace as wing for the St. Paul Saints basketball team. On the ground, you can find him chasing his last best score in cross-country.
Congratulations to the Kingston cross country teams. The girls placed first in the 1A State Cross Country Tournament and the Boys placed second. Congratulations to Aslyn Cooper, who took second place overall, Callie Edgmon who took fifth place overall and Josh Cooper who took second place overall.
Cedric Comer signed his letter of intent to bowl with the Ottawa Braves, at Ottawa University, on Nov. 1.
The Huntsville Lady Eagles traveled to Clarksville to begin their 2023-2024 season coming home with a 55-45 loss.
The Elkins Elks improved their already-perfect regular season record to 10-0 with a 54-0 victory over the Lincoln Wolves Friday night in Lincoln. The Elks also boosted their 4A-1 conference record to an unblemished 7-0. The Elks rank first in the conference and are the No. 1 playoff seed. Elkins has home field advantage on Nov. 11 when it plays the Clinton Yellowjackets at 7 p.m. Clinton is 8-3 overall and 5-3 in 4A Region 4 and beat Dover Friday night, 45-12.
Huntsville finished its 2023 football campaign with a 0-10 record Friday night, losing to the Ozark Hillbillies, 56-30.
Kingston High School’s cross country girls’ team won the 2023 1A State Cross Country Championship on Friday, giving the Lady Yellow Jackets their third consecutive state title.
The head coaches of the boys’ and girls’ Eagles basketball teams got a preview of how their players will look in the regular season at Saturday’s Maroon and White games, held at the AT & Georgia Mae Smith Activity Center.
St. Paul basketball teams played several games for their second week of the season.
Greg McCone, head coach of the Huntsville Lady Eagles basketball team, said his players have high goals for the upcoming season that begins at Clarksville on Nov. 6 and are willing to do the work to realize them.
Huntsville High School senior Dixie Emmot has moxie. As co-cheer captain for the Huntsville Eagles Cheer team, you can find her on the sidelines, cheering for the Huntsville Eagles football and basketball teams.
The Huntsville Eagles dropped a hard-fought campaign against the Green Forest Tigers on Friday night, 14-6, falling to 0-9 overall this season and 0-6 in 4A-1. The loss on Senior Night eliminates Huntsville from playoff contention. Mist and slippery conditions might have played into the loss, but for the most part, it was a low-scoring game that saw both sides affected by penalties and turnovers. Huntsville made its lone touchdown early in the first quarter and was unable to break into the end zone again. Green Forest also made its first touchdown early, not to score again until the closing minutes of the contest.
Kingston hosted its first home game of the season on Friday night. The junior girls started the night with the final score, Kingston, 21, Ozark Mountain School District (OMSD), 36. Reese Pittman led the team with nine points followed by Whitlee Stacey with four points, Clara Huber with four points, Kylee Weaver with two points and Keirra Williams with two points.
River Gosvener, head coach of the Huntsville Eagles basketball team, has high hopes for the upcoming season and attributes his aspiration to his players, who have been working hard in the off-season.
The Elkins Elks advanced to a 9-0 season record and an 8-0, 4A-1 conference-leading record after beating the Gentry Pioneers on Oct. 27, 54-0. The Elks will travel to Lincoln to face the Wolves at 7 p.m. Friday.
It’s Senior Night at Eagle Stadium. Huntsville will play their final home game of the season against Green Forest.