The baseball game the Crossett Eagles were set to play March 15 was rescheduled because of weather.
The matchup for Junior Varsity and Varsity play will now take place at 5 p.m. March 16 versus Fairview.
The Eagles have been working their way through non-conference play and tournaments.
On Feb. 28, they lost 0-2 to El Dorado, and on March 1 they fell 0-9 to Lonoke.
During a tournament the weekend of March 4 and 5, however, they took home three wins.
The first win saw the team beat River Oaks 12-2, followed by outdating Brookhaven 9-6. The final win that the Eagles claimed at the tournament was a 3-2 victory over Kinder.
The last tournament game ended in a 16-14 loss to Mangham.
During the March 5 Kinder game, the Eagles opened strong with five home runs batted in. Kinder answered with eight of their own, pulling into an early lead at the close of the first.
The second inning saw both teams tighten their defenses. Crossett only put one run up, and Kinder didn’t make it home at all.
In the third, Crossett worked three more runners home. Kinder’s efforts put in another two, putting the score 10-9 in Kinder’s favor.
The Eagles took the fourth inning and rallied hard, putting up seven runs and pushing into the lead. Kinder’s response fell short, with the team only batting three runners in. That inning ended 16-13 in Crossett’s favor, as did the game.
Jackson Moore was named the offensive player of the week following the tournament. During his diamond play, Moore had 12 hits, three of which were triples and four of which were doubles; five of his hits resulted in RBIs. He scored 11 runs and stole two bases.
Chase Golden was named the pitcher of the week. He pitched seven innings in two games and was credited with one win. He had 10 strikeouts.
Michael Harris was named defensive player of the week with a 1.000 fielding percentage at second base with five assists and six putouts.
Planned varsity games against Junction City and Magnolia were postponed because of weather in the week that followed the tournament.
The junior varsity team hosted Sheridan on March 10, splitting the double-header with an 8-6 loss followed by a 3-2 win.