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Senior Jacob Chisom paced a 2-3-4 finish in the boys 3,200-meter run that gave Monticello the Class 4A, District 8 track championship on Thursday. 
Monticello senior P.J. Bins (center) clears the final hurdle on his way to a win in the boys 110-meter hurdles at the Class 4A, District 8 track meet at Monticello on Thursday.
Over the course of a track and field season, quite a few meets are decided in the last one or two events. Not many come down to three seniors having to turn in the performance of their lives in the...
Monticello baseball seniors (in uniform, left to right) Andrew Robinson, Beau Rush, Blake Shirey, Cole Connelley, Will Naron, Kane Philley, Walker Jarrett and Kameron Griffin stand with their parents...
An age-old baseball adage says good pitching will beat good hitting every time. That’s especially true when a team doesn’t hit often. <span>Star City right hander Zack House allowed only three...
Monticello finished up its Class 4A, District 8 softball schedule by clobbering Dumas 16-0 in five innings on the road Thursday. The the Lady Billies got in their final tuneup before this weekend’s...
Monticello senior wide receiver Demarius Blanks looks toward the end zone after breaking the tackle of a Crossett defender Friday night.
Kenny Pace asked his players a question at the end of practice on Tuesday, and when hands went up in response, he knew his team was making process. “Who had a question about a play, and when they...
Beau Priest (15) and Cole Connelley (14) celebrate after Connelley’s touchdown in the second quarter Friday night while Beavers defensive back  Reginald Dixon (11) looks on.
Monticello junior running back Omar Simpson (2) gets to the edge against Lake Village Friday. Simpson was part of a potent rushing attack against Lake Village, something the Billies will try to...
Billies senior Diante Barnhill (1) breaks away from a pack of Dragons tacklers on his way to one of his three touchdowns Friday night.
Billies senior Demarius Blanks taken off on stretcher with neck injury, coach says he should be OK By Mike Mueller sports@monticellonews.net It was the kind of rebound game head coach Greg Tiner was...
For Monticello, it boils down to playing and practicing hard. That’s what Billies head coach Greg Tiner said Tuesday, and that’s the key for them when they host Lake Village Lakeside for a 7 p.m....
Monticello Junior Billies head coach Kenny Pace talks to his quarterbacks about pitching the ball when running the option.
Eighth-grader Jarvis Martin runs straight ahead after taking a handoff during Monticello Junior Billies practice on Tuesday.

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