The Weatherford Lady Roos competed in the Northwest ISD Tournament over the weekend, finishing fifth in the competition’s Bronze Bracket.
Weatherford High School’s cross country team competed in the Birdville “Early Bird” Cross Country Meet Thursday at Tarrant County College, with the girls’ team finishing third and boys’ team finishing eighth out of 16 teams.
With football season drawing near, Medical City Weatherford recently released a series of advisory guidelines for local high school athletes, parents and coaches to ensure player safety.
Three members of Weatherford’s Mach 1 Track Club earned all-American honors after competing in the USA Track and Field National Junior Olympic meet in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Maverick All-Stars’ trampoline and tumbling team brought home multiple medals after competing in the 2018 Stars and Stripes National Championships July 20-22 in Reno, Nevada.
Two-a-days are quickly approaching for Parker County football, and with them come an increased risk of heat-related injury in the midst of record-breaking temperatures.
Poolville ISD is busy preparing for another season of volleyball, as Head Varsity Coach Kendal Bracy led future Lady Monarchs through day one of the high school’s summer volleyball camp Tuesday.
Weatherford High School quarterback Ken Seals was one of 78 players nationwide to recently attend NFL Hall of Famer Deion Sanders and Under Armour’s annual Prime 21 Football Camp in Arlington.
Weatherford’s Mach 1 Track Club will send eight runners to the National Junior Olympic Meet in Greensboro, North Carolina, running from Monday through the following Sunday, after a strong showing at regionals last week.
Editor's Note: This story has been updated to reflect that games in Kansas City were live-streamed on the U.S. Soccer DA's website, not televised on ESPN.
BURLESON — When the 2018 U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships kick off July 24 in Frisco, a collection of Parker, Tarrant and Johnson County players will be in contention for a national title.
Much like their baseball counterparts, a multitude of Brock, Peaster and Millsap District 7-3A softball players brought home all-district honors this season.
Generation Z (those born between 1995 and 2012) has made its share of national headlines recently, unfortunately some of its greatest claims to fame involve ingesting detergent pods and being overly dependent on social media.
The National Junior College Athletic Association recently released its all-academic, student-athlete awards for the 2017-18 year, with 11 Weatherford College honorees making the list.
The Brock Eagles 8U Select baseball team recently won the AAA Travel Sports Baseball World Series (8U division) in Grapevine, finishing with a perfect 7-0 record over the event’s four-day span.
Weatherford Christian School wrapped up its two-day Shaw Attack Basketball Camp Friday, led by International Basketball Federation world record scorer (74 points in a game) and pro basketball player, Demetric Shaw.
The Trinity Christian Academy clay target team recently competed in the 2018 Scholastic Clay Target Program Lower Midwest Regional Championship at the National Shooting Complex in San Antonio.
Weatherford College Head Baseball Coach Jeff Lightfoot’s three-day, 2018 Coyotes Fundamentals Baseball Camp wrapped up Wednesday, with second- grader Jaggar Brown earning MVP honors.
Incoming Weatherford College freshman Anna Jefferson-Polk said her high school coach, Darryn Shearmire has continued working with her on basketball since graduating earlier this month.
Weatherford High School junior Jordan Wheeler said he has only known the Kangaroos’ new boys’ basketball coach, Kevin Pope for a few weeks, but that hasn’t stopped the latter from making a strong first impression.
With a convoy of bass boats and volunteers in tow, 34 local special needs children and their families descended on Lake Weatherford Saturday morning for a day of fishing.
Weatherford High School’s boys’ basketball camp entered its second of a four-day schedule Tuesday at WHS’ gymnasium, with kids ranging from first graders to incoming freshmen in attendance.
The Catch A Special Thrill (C.A.S.T.) For Kids Foundation’s inaugural event at Lake Weatherford will take place Saturday morning, with more than 30 kids and over 60 volunteers already signed up.
This Week's Circulars
- Weatherford police investigating robbery
- Council votes down chicken ordinance
- Woman arrested after stabbing
- Pregnant woman who was shot in the head dies
- Large, indoor adventure park coming to Hudson Oaks
- WP official on water well woes: 'We will solve the problem'
- TEA releases accountability scores
- Red Adair once extinguished a raging gas well fire near Weatherford
- Three arrested in connection with armed robbery Friday
- Orscheln Farm & Home names Weatherford manager