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The Crossett Lady Eagles came out on top in Saturday’s basketball jamboree in Hamburg. The girls played two 25 minute sessions of basketball against Dumas and later McGhee and won both. The Lady Eagles will play their first home game on Monday night in the new CHS arena. The boys’ basketball…

The Hamburg Lions played their last regular season game against Dumas last Thursday and are now preparing to host the first round of playoffs this week.

The members of the Crossett High School tennis team won all of their matches in their last regular season meet in Camden last week and are currently competing in district.

The Hamburg Lions football found a new home on Friday: the end zone. The Lions returned there seven times to defeat the Monticello Billies 49-21 in the annual homecoming game at Campbell Field.

The Hamburg Lions downed the Dewitt Dragons, partially on the back of a breakout performance of senior wide receiver Jalen Wilson, when they took them on in open conference play Friday.

The Crossett High School tennis team faced Hamburg and Star City last week. The girls did well against Hamburg, but the boys won more matches against Star City.​

A holding penalty in overtime erased the game-tying touchdown and the Lions failed to bounce back in a 25-19 loss against the Camden Fairview Cardinals on Friday at Campbell Field.

The Crossett Riding Club’s annual PRCA Rodeo hosted cowboys and cowgirls from California to Carolina, but several local cowboys were still able to snag wins.

Eight months ago, professional bull-rider Chase Outlaw was convalescing from reconstructive shoulder surgery.

Dr. Skip MacDonald presented Crossett with the inaugural Dr. James D. Rankin trophy, an award created to recognize the long standing rivalry between the Crossett Eagles and the Hamburg Lions, at last week’s Crossett sports banquet.