• Black Knights fall to Cougars 50-38 —
The West Memphis Christian Black Knights football team came up just short in a 30-28 loss in Friday’s road match-up with the Calhoun Academy Cougars of Pittsboro,
Knights now sport a 0-3 record. They take the field next when they travel once again for a road game on Friday, Sept.
13. West Memphis Christian will meet Desoto in
Friday, Sept. 13, West Memphis (0-1) takes on Blytheville (0-1), at home.
Game Time 7 p.m. Listen to the Blue Devils on the radio all season long on Oldies 102.3 FM, online at KTRQ.com, or via the Oldies 102.3 App on your smart phone.
Catch all the Marion Patriots Football action this season, on KWYN Country 92.5 FM, on the radio or on your phone, or on the Marion Patriots Athletics Netwok app. The Patriots (1-1) are on the road for this week’s game, taking on the Little Rock Parkview Patriots. Game time is 7 p.m. in Little Rock.
• Earle Bulldogs Football — The Earle Bulldogs (0-1) fell in their season opener against the Central Cougars of West Helena last Friday night.
The Bulldogs will be back in a action this week on the road. Earle has an away non-conference game a Barton (Lexa) on Friday, Sept. 13 at 7 p.m.
• Annual ‘Runn for Dunn’ — Saturday, Sept.
14, it’s the Runn for Dunn Charity Poker Run, sponsored by the 40 et 8 Voiture 1521 of West Memphis.
152 Legion Rd., in West Memphis. Proceeds to benefit the Fallen Riders Fund. $10 Cornhole tournament, poker run, live auction, food, games and more.
Beginning at 8 a.m.
• 3rd Annual Henry Bell Open — Saturday, Sept.
21, at Meadowbrook Country Club in West Memphis.
Four-player scramble, with proceeds from the tournament helping to provided young Henry with equipment and resources to address his ongoing medical issues. Entry fee is $80 per person, $320 per team, which includes cart & greens fee, food, beverages and swag bag. There will be “closest to the pin” and “longest drive” prizes, as well as a cash prize for the winners. For more information, visit the Henry Bell Open page on Facebook, or contact Lance Bell at (870) 514-6364, or via e-mail at [email protected]
• Big River Crossing Half-Marathon & 5K — Run Across the Mississippi River in the Big River Crossing Half-Marathon & 5K. It’s time to start training for one of the coolest and most unique races in the area: The Big River Half-Marathon & 5K. This half-marathon is the only one of its kind to allow participants to cross the Arkansas-Tennessee state line via the Big River Crossing. Both races begin at Tom Lee Park, but will take runners in two different directions. The 5K will direct runners through Downtown Memphis, and the half-marathon will bring runners down Riverside Drive, and then over Big River Crossing through the Big River Trail, a 7-mile paved path through the Arkansas floodplains with beautiful riverside views. Sunday, Nov 2, — 5K starts at 8 a.m.; half-marathon starts at 8:30 a.m.
Miracle League Fall Kickball — Mondays, Sept. 30 through Oct. 28, at the Cal Ripken Foundation Adaptive Field at Tilden Rodgers Park, in West Memphis. Games weekly at 4:45 p.m. Wheelchair accessible, ending with Halloween Costume Party for participants. Volunteers needed. For more information or to register, contacy Shelby Jo Moore via e-mail at [email protected] ***
• Delta Gymnastics classes — Classes available for ages 2 and up on Thursdays at 5:15 p.m. For more information please contact Delta Gymnastics at (870) 735-5900. John Beaumont – [email protected] gmail.com, Sara Fenter – [email protected], or Jerry Fenter – [email protected] fenerpt.com.
• Studio Gray Dance Clinic — Check out the Studio Gray Dance Clinic programs at the Boys & Girls Club of Crittenden County. Designed to help kids going into cheer, pom & hip-hop. For more information or to register, inquire via e-mail at [email protected], or call (901) 303-6221.