The Huntsville Eagles played host to the Prairie Grove Tigers in a 4A-1 Conference makeup game last Saturday evening.
“Playing sports has taught me a lot. It’s taught me how to work hard and work together with other people.
The Huntsville Eagles played host to the Berryville Lady Bobcats on Jan. 11. The Lady Eagles took control in the fourth quarter on the way to a 48-36 4A-1 Conference victory at Charles H. Berry Gymnasium.
The Huntsville Eagles played host to the Berryville Bobcats in 4A-1 Conference action Jan. 11. The Bobcats took charge in the middle two quarters on the way to a 69-38 win at Charles H. Berry Gymnasium.
The annual Jim Stafford Invitational and the annual Charles H. Berry Invitational were postponed a week due to wintry weather last weekend. The games are scheduled to start Saturday in Huntsville.
Sports and creating art take hard work, practice and a drive to perform. Cathrine Pitts is certainly familiar with this. She does both.
Huntsville Eagle baseball players Luke Eaton, left, and Braden Carter last week signed to play baseball at South Arkansas Community College in El Dorado.
Junior high basketball teams will converge on Huntsville this weekend for the annual Jim Stafford Invitational and the annual Charles H. Berry Invitational.
The Huntsville Lady Eagles traveled to Springdale last Friday night to take on the Shiloh Christian Lady Saints in a 4A-1 Conference matchup. The Lady Eagles held on down the stretch to capture a 51-44 victory at Shiloh’s Special Events Center.
The Huntsville Eagles started their 2022 portion of the schedule with a road 4A-1 Conference matchup against the Shiloh Christian Saints last Friday. The Eagles took control in the middle two quarters on the way to a 61-54 win in Springdale.
“Most of my teammates just call me ‘B’,” said Brooke Villines, guard for the Kingston Yellow Jackets. “And, my family calls me ‘Brookie’.”
The Huntsville Lady Eagles traveled to Missouri last week to play three games in the 67th Annual Neosho Holiday Classic.
The Huntsville Eagles journeyed to Missouri last week to play in the 67th Annual Neosho Holiday Classic. The Eagles won two of their three contests in the Show Me State to take the third-place trophy in the Classic’s Black Division.
“People have called me ‘Mak’ for as long as I can remember,” says Makenna Clemons, who is in her senior year at Kingston High School. Born in Shreveport, La., Clemons has lived in Huntsville since she was 2 years old.
Matthew Sisk goes above the rim against the Pea Ridge defense.
Matthew Sisk not only enjoys sports of all sorts, including baseball, track, football, basketball, and competitive bass fishing, but is a key athlete for many sports at Huntsville High School.
The Huntsville Lady Eagles played three games in a five-day stretch last week.
The Huntsville Eagles started last week by traveling to Rogers to take on the Providence Academy Patriots Dec. 14th. The Eagles took charge midway through the first quarter on the way to an 83-55 win at the AAO Whitaker Family Sports Center.
The Huntsville Lady Eagles played host to the Rogers Heritage Lady War Eagles on December 7th. Heritage took control in the second quarter on the way to a 67-54 win at Charles H. Berry Gymnasium.