Bi-district match set for Lady Roos
The Weatherford girls’ varsity enters postseason play on Monday. The Lady Roos will face Southlake Carroll, the champs from District 4-5A. The teams will square off at Nolan Catholic High School, in Fort Worth, located at 4501 Bridge Street. Tip-off is slated for 6:30 p.m.
Roos drop close contests to Arlington Martin
The Weatherford boys’ varsity and JV soccer teams took on Arlington Martin on this week, dropping tough decisions to the Warriors. The varsity Roos traveled to Martin on Tuesday, contesting a back and forth affair, with both squads creating opportunities to score. The Roos blinked first and Martin scored with five minutes left in the match, holding on to take the 1-0 victory. The WHS boys put together a solid defensive effort and kept pressure on the Warrior’s keeper. Weatherford 1-2 in District 3-5A, and 4-6-1 overall.
On Monday the junior varsity hosted Martin with the Roos controlling the majority of the ball movement in a defensive struggle. The Arlington squad got a break with five minutes left in the game, awarded a penalty kick. Martin scored on the kick and held on for the 1-0 win. The WHS JV team is 1-3 on the year. Both teams host Arlington High on Friday.
Ranked Poolville boys clinch District 11-1A title
The Poolville Monarchs clinched the district championship on Tuesday, crushing Perrin with a 95-30 win. Scoring 34 points in the first quarter alone, the Monarchs shot the ball really well, hitting 14 three-pointers on the night. Tanner Dobbs led the assault, with 19 points, followed by Alex Rodriguez, adding 15. Dylan Brawley and Coy O’Boyle also hit double digits, scoring 12 and 10, respectively.
Poolville improves to 28-6 on the season, with a spotless 7-0 District 11-1A mark. The win improves Poolville to a 28-6 overall record and a 7-0 district record. The Monarchs will look to go undefeated in district as they host the Chico Dragons on Friday, at 5 p.m. The Texas Association of Basketball Association and Texas Preps poll currently ranks the Poolville boys at No. 10 in the Division I poll for Class 1A.