Crossett’s Junior Lady Eagles hosted the district tournament and claimed the championship title last week.
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All four of the Crossett Eagle teams grabbed a win over their inter-county rivals from Hamburg on Friday night.
The Crossett Lady Eagles lost to the Star City Bulldogs last Tuesday, but came back on Friday with a win against the Monticello Lady Billies.
The Hamburg Lions lost 80-56 to the Star City Bulldogs on Friday night. Kalil Williams led the offense with 20 points. Nick Bridges, James Johnson and Trey Brown each scored seven points. Above, Williams prepares to shoot the ball for the Lions.
The Crossett Eagles and the Junior Eagles both lost their games against Monticello on Friday night.
The Crossett Eagles and the Lady Eagles both lost in close matches to Warren last week.
Hamburg High School’s Kyran Smith and Trey Brown bring the ball down the court during their recent game against the Monticello Billies. The Lions lost both of their games last week. On Tuesday they traveled to Monticello and lost 45-27. On Friday they hosted the Magnolia Panthers and lost 80…
The Hamburg Elementary Archery team won second place at the Bow Bash in Bryant Saturday morning. They also had three archers place and receive individual medals.
The Crossett Eagles beat Camden with a buzzer beater on Tuesday and then flew past the Hamburg Lions by one point on Friday.
The Lady Eagles won their first conference game of the season in Monticello last week.
The Hamburg Lions played their first two conference games of the season last week against Star City and Warren.
The Hamburg High School Bass Club fished a tournament at Lake Enterprise earlier this month.
The Eagles played two games on the road last week and fell short.
The Lady Eagles finished second in the Drew Central Holiday Classic, which wrapped up early last week.
The Crossett Lady Eagles advanced to the Monday night championship round of the Drew Central Holiday Classic over the weekend.
The Crossett Eagles played two games in the Drew Central Classic last weekend.
The 2019 All-State and All-Conference awards were announced last week and several Ashley County players made the list.
The Crossett Lady Eagles won second place in the Dumas Holiday Classic last weekend and are now preparing to play in a Monticello tournament this weekend.
The Crosett Eagles and Lady Eagles were unable to play in McGhee Monday night as shortly after arriving the power went out.
The Crossett Eagles basketball teams hosted the Lakeside Beavers on Thursday and are now playing in the Harmony Grove tournament in Camden, which started on Saturday.
The Crossett Eagles ended their season on Friday night, but the players and coaches said they are proud to have finished fourth in the state.
The Crossett Eagles knocked off the No. 1 team in the state by stopping a two-point attempt in the nail-biting last minutes of play Friday.
All three Lady Eagle teams hosted Rison on Thursday night, and the junior high and high school teams both won.
The Crossett Eagles won Round 2 of the high school football playoffs Friday night at Yarborough Stadium.
The Eagles won 67 to 46 over the Smackover Buckaroos last week.
The Crossett High School Eagle players say that this is thieir year and that they are not stopping until they win a state championship.
The Crossett girls’ basketball team played at home on Friday night for the first time this season and grabbed another win.
The Crossett High School football coach and five players from Ashley County are on the Hooten’s Arkansas Football staff’s radar as shown on the Farm Bureau Insurance watchlist which was released last week.
The Hamburg Lions will advance to Round 2 of the high school football playoffs after winning the first round by one point on Friday night.
Ashley County’s basketball teams will start their regular season this Friday at the Crossett arena.
The Hamburg Lions brought home a 28-10 win against Dumas on Friday.
The Crossett Eagles finished the season undefeated in conference after beating Star City on Thursday night.
The Hamburg Lions lost to Warren on Friday and now need two wins on Thursday to host a playoff game. Ironically, they not only need to win themselves, but they need an Eagle win as well.
The Crossett Eagles are conference champions for the first time since 2003.
The Crossett Eagles are still sitting at the top of the 4A Region 8 Conference with a 5-0 conference record and only two games left to play.
Crossett has not beaten Hamburg in the Ashley Bowl since 2009 when they won 32-23, but this year the intercounty rivalry trophy is returning to the Eagles.
The Hamburg Lions have now won three consecutive conference games after beating the Central Cougars in Hamburg Friday night.
The Crossett Eagles are now 4-0 in conference play and are sitting solely at the top of the Region 8 4A conference after beating the Monticello Billies on the road on Friday night.
The Crossett Eagles got their third conference victory and are now sitting at No. 1 in the 5A Region 8 Conference.
The Hamburg Lions got their second conference win against Star City in overtime Friday night.
Muzzleloader season opens Saturday in Zone 12, which includes most of Ashley County.
The Crossett Eagles won their second conference game with a Homecoming victory Friday night.
The Hamburg Lions brought home a road victory — and their first conference win — last weekend.
Something a little different is coming to town next weekend and organizers say spectators are welcome to come out and watch.
The Crossett High School tennis team wrapped up its season and is now preparing to compete at district next week.
The 0-3 Crossett Eagles traveled to Warren and took down the 3-0 Lumberjacks on Friday night.
The Hamburg Lions lost the game and several players to injuries on Friday night, but their coach said he is proud to say his players never gave up.
The Crossett Eagles fell to the McGehee Owls at home Friday night, a loss their coach said was because they just couldn’t hang onto the ball.
The Crossett Eagle tennis team went undefeated in Smackover last week.
The Crossett Eagles matched the 5A White Hall Bulldogs touchdown-for -touchdown on Friday night, but had no success with kicking an extra point.
The Hamburg Lions lost their first road game in Camden Fairview last Friday.