The Lake Hamilton Baseball team is composed of 18 young individuals on the team, which is made up of 9 sophomores, 6 juniors, and 3 seniors. The team is coached by Coach Mac Hurley with Seth Reeves and Andrew Williams serving as assistant coaches.
The Lake Hamilton Baseball Team is currently playing in the 5A/6A District 6 Baseball Tournament and currently stands with a 1-8-1 record. For the first game of the season, the Wolves tied Magnet Cove 0-0.
They shared some disappointments with a 2-game skid after falling to Camden Fairview (1-3) and Lakeside (2-6) before bouncing back with 8-7 win over the Harmony Grove Cardinals and improved to 1-2-1 for the season.
They suffered their worst loss of the season against the Malvern Leopards 2-13. They continued their 5-game skid after losing for consecutive games to Jacksonville 6-9 and 2-1, Robinson 1-11, El Dorado 2-6, and 9-14.
The Wolves Basketball Team continued their dominance in the 6A West Conference Basketball season as they steamrolled through their opponents all the way to the West Conference Finals with a conference record of 15-2 and a league record of 25-5 against the Benton Panthers.
Coming off a 7-game winning streak, they manhandled the Siloam Springs Panthers to secure the lopsided 65-29 victory and continued their momentum against the El Dorado Wildcats with a 60-41 victory to secure a home court advantage for the conference championship against the Benton Panthers.
Using lockdown defense and a balanced effort in scoring, the Lake Hamilton Basketball Team was able to secure the conference championship 53-35 against Benton. The Wolves immediately went on a tear to start the game with a 9-0 lead. Benton fought back to bring the gap to 20-16 at the half. However, the Wolves would prove to be too strong as they were able to finish the game with an 18-point deficit at 53-35, earning them the 6A West Conference championship title.
The Wolves went on to battle the LR Hall Warriors as part of the top 8 teams. However, they would fall to the Warriors 53-44.
The 2017 Football Season has just finished with Greenwood taking home the trophy and the 2018 Football Season has yet to begin.
The Lake Hamilton Wolves Football Team had a promising 2017 campaign for the trophy as they began the season with a dominating 35-7 beatdown of rival Hot Springs and went on to crush Malvern 56-27. They finished the 2017 regular season games with a record of 5-5 and would go on to face the Searcy Lions in the first round.
The Wolves fought to stay alive and continued to fight until the end. They would later fall short and make a first round exit with a score of 22-35.
Things are looking bright, however, for the Wolves Football Team as they look to prepare offensive lineman Will Burgess for the upcoming season. Burgess has looked the part of a college football player standing tall at 6’ 4” and weighing an astounding 340 lbs.