Ashley County’s basketball teams will start their regular season this Friday at the Crossett arena.
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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.
The Crossett girls golf team won and the boys came in fourth in Monticello last week.
After outscoring the Panthers 24-7 in the first half, the Crossett Eagles lost a heartbreaker in Magnolia Friday night.
Seventy-nine boats hit the water at the Crossett Port Saturday morning for the Crossett Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual Buddy Bass tournament.
The Crossett Eagle golf team played in local match hosted by Hamburg last week and traveled to El Dorado on Monday night to face teams from El Dorado, Magnolia and Texarkana.
The Hamburg Lions dominated the field on Friday night when they hosted the Strong Bulldogs, shutting them out 42-0 during the first half of the game.
The Crossett tennis teams traveled Monday night to Magnolia, where the girls didn’t lose a singles match, but the boys didn’t win one.
The Hamburg Lion football team started the season with a 10-point win over the Ashdown Panthers.
The Crossett Eagles traveled to Bastrop on Friday night to face the Rams. The teams played two 15 minute halves.
The Crossett tennis team hosted Hambug and Camden last week and Hampton on Monday.
The Crossett High School golf teams started their seasons earlier this month with matches in Smackover and Camden. They played a home last Tuesday.
The Hamburg Lions played their annual Purple and White game on Monday night.
The Crossett Eagles will have their annual Maroon and White game on Friday night even though there is currently no electricity hooked to the field.
Chase Outlaw was the “Last Cowboy Standing” at Cheyenne’s Frontier Days, taking home a paycheck of $156,856.41 and 875 world points.
The delays to the opening of the Crossett City Pool didn’t stop CREST swim team from competing this season.
A University of Arkansas track athlete and former Crossett High School track star will host a camp in Crossett next week.
Athletes from Crossett and Hamburg are currently training to compete in the Amateur Athletic Union Junior Olympic Championship track and field event in Greensboro, N.C., later this month.
Aftershock — a 16U fast pitch softball team under the coaching prowess of Chris Flowers and Richie Taunton, both of Crossett — played in the Fastpitch American Softball Association C Class World Series in Hot Springs last weekend.
The Crossett Bass Club hosted its annual youth tournament on the Ouachita River Saturday.
Cody Strickland of Hamburg is competing in the 27th annual International Finals Youth Rodeo July 7 to 12 at the Heart of Oklahoma Exposition Center in Shawnee, Okla.
The Ashley County Aces 12U baseball team went undefeated in the United States Specialty Sports Association Arkansas state tournament last weekend in Fort Smith. The team included players Bryson Wheeler, Brooks Bays, Ethan McElroy, Will Harrington, Landon White, Owen Wilson, Bryson Battaglia,…
The 8U and 9U All-Star teams played in the United States Sports Specialty Association tournament in Conway last weekend.
The 11U All-Star team placed second in the United States Sports Specialty Association tournament in Conway last weekend.
Two Hamburg High School Bass Club teams placed in the Student Angler Federation High School State Championship at Lake Ouachita and one team placed in the top five at the World Finals in Alabama.
Members of the Crossett high School class of 1981 are encouraging other classes to join with them on a scholarship for a Crossett football player.
The Crossett Recreation Complex hosted a pre-state baseball tournament for divisions 12U, 10U and 8U on Saturday with visiting teams from Monticello, Magnolia, Fordyce and other south Arkansas towns.
The Crossett boys baseball league wrapped up its season with an awards program and All-Star announcements last week.
The Hamburg High School and Crossett High School cheer squads attended their annual camps last week.
The Crossett Riding Club gave away more than $70,000 in prize money to cowboys and cowgirls from all over the country during the 71st Annual Crossett PRCA Rodeo last week.
The Crossett High School Booster Club hosted its annual sports banquet on Tuesday to honor the CHS athletes and their achievements for the year.
The Ashley County Regulators won first place in the P2A All Gave Some, Some Gave All this weekend in Little Rock. Abott and Ashyr Crow each hit their first out of the park homeruns during the P2A All Gave Some, Some Gave All this weekend in Little Rock. Abott and Ashyr are the sons of Donny …