Local Sports

Progress continues at the baseball field in Mitchusson Park.

The Huntsville Lady Eagles traveled to Kissimmee, Fla., last week to play in the 2022 KSA Events Basketball Holiday Tournament.

The Huntsville Eagles traveled north last week to play in the 68th Annual Neosho Holiday Classic Tournament, and came away with a second-place finish.

Three Elkins Elks were named to the 2022 Class 4A All-State football team, according to the Arkansas Activities Association.

The Lady Eagles hosted the Gravette Lions for a conference matchup on Dec. 20, losing 65-58.

Kingston High School senior Grace Cooper has sports in her blood. Coming from an athletic family, playing sports with her siblings throughout school has propelled Cooper.

The Huntsville Eagles whipped Gravette 54-28 on Dec. 20 to improve to 6-5 overall and 2-0 in the 4A-1 Conference. The Lions fell to 10-3 and 1-1 on the season.

Members of the Huntsville Lady Eagles basketball team worked the past three years earning money for a trip to Orlando, Fla., this week, where they will play games and get a chance to enjoy area attractions.

Huntsville High senior football player Dugger Tipton was awarded the Brandon Burlsworth Award.

Huntsville rallied on the road Friday to beat Prairie Grove 43-40 to open 4A-1 Conference play.

Huntsville opened 4A-1 Conference play on Friday with a 61-58 road win at Prairie Grove.

Kingston Senior Girls on Saturday won the 66th Annual Green Forest Holiday Tournament of Champions.

Huntsville High School senior Troy Lambert lives and breathes basketball.

LITTLE ROCK – Several cross-country runners from Madison County were named to the 2022 Al-State team, according to the Arkansas Activities Association.

The 4A Huntsville Lady Eagles on Dec. 6 traveled to 6A Rogers Heritage for a non-conference contest, losing 63-37.

The Huntsville Eagles played three games against taller opponents from larger schools in the Farmington Cardinal Classic.

Matthew Sisk and Travis Harriman won the Booger County Bass Club’s Classic Tournament Saturday on Bull Shoals Lake.

The Huntsville Junior High Lady Eagles won the Bi-County Basketball Tournament Saturday in Prairie Grove.

Huntsville (1-5) traveled to Siloam Springs (2-4) last Friday, falling 57-22 in nonconference basketball action.

The 4A Huntsville Eagles traveled to the 5A Siloam Springs Panthers Friday night for a non-conference battle, losing 55-43.

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