The Crossett Area Chamber of Commerce gave away more than $15,000 at its 33rd Annual Buddy Bass Tournament at the Crossett Port last weekend.
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The Crossett girls’ tennis team won a singles match and a doubles match against Magnolia last week, but the boys team didn’t bring home any wins.
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 High School tennis team won all of their matches against Warren last week.
The junior Eagles beat the junior Hamburg Lions 52-6 last Thursday night in Hamburg.
The Crossett Eagles hung with the Magnolia Panthers for nearly three quarters, but before the night was over the Panthers shut them out 24 - 0.
The Hamburg Bass Club hosted its first tournament of the year at the Crossett Port last weekend.
The Crossett Eagles shut out both of their opponents during last week’s football jamboree at Yarborough Field.
The Crossett Eagles’ annual maroon white game was rained out last Friday night and was not rescheduled, but the Eagles will compete in a preseason jamboree this week.
The Hamburg first team finished the first half of Thursday’s scrimmage game with a 20-14 lead over the Junction City Dragons 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.
The Crossett Eagle football season kicks off this week with an intersquad scrimmage.
School sports are soon to kick off again, and the new seasons bring new coaches.
Crossett is now home of the 2018 15U Babe Ruth State Champions, and the team is soon to be bound for the regional tournament.
Eight months ago, professional bull-rider Chase Outlaw was convalescing from reconstructive shoulder surgery.
The Southeast Arkansas Miracle League just wrapped up its first season on the organization’s new field.
School is out, but an athlete’s workout is never done.
For Chris Branson, it’s once an Eagle, always an Eagle.
A Crossett athlete signed to run cross country with the University of Arkansas at Monticello last month.
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.
The Crossett Eagles boys’ track team are the 2018 4A State champions and the girls are the runners up.