Sports News - Mar. 5, 2014
Coyotes try to beat rain, Temple threats with schedule change for opener
Originally planned for 3 p.m. start, Weatherford College baseball has rescheduled its conference-opening double header with Temple College for Wednesday. The North Texas Junior College Athletic Conference contest will begin at 1 p.m.
Local gridder receives invite to FBU camp
Weatherford resident Blaze Jones may have been the focus of a bit of subterfuge recently, but it was certainly a very pleasant surprise.
Lady Coyotes prep for Region V Tournament
The Weatherford College Lady Coyote basketball team, for the fourth straight year, is heading to the postseason. The Lady Coyotes will face Midland College in the first round of the Region V Tournament at 5 p.m. on Thursday, March 6 at Lubbock Christian University.
Ponder gets regional revenge in last-second win over Brock
STEPHENVILLE — It’s been said revenge is a dish best served cold.
Wall ‘bigs,’ foul trouble leave Lady Eagles short of sixth straight
AUSTIN — Though down by 10 points with its only senior, as well as its starting center, out of the game in the final minute, Brock showed no signs of panic in the Class 2A girls basketball final at the Frank Irwin Center in Austin on Saturday.
Lady Eagles' title string snapped
AUSTIN – The Brock Lady Eagles were unsuccessful in claiming a state-record sixth straight girls championship, losing 48-44 to Wall High School in the Class 2A title game in Austin.
Muenster defense ambushes Monarchs in regional semifinal
The Poolville Monarchs ended their postseason run at Lubbock Christian University on Friday, losing to Muenster, 62-38, in a Class 1A Division I Region II semifinal match.
Lady Eagles blow past Franklin into state final
AUSTIN — Brock cleared another hurdle toward an unprecedented sixth-straight UIL state basketball title on Friday, soundly beating the Franklin Lady Lions, 78-38, in a Class 2A semifinal played at the Frank Irwin Center.
Brock southpaw to climb hill at Hill
BROCK — At the recent gathering to celebrate yet another Brock student-athlete who will be taking scholastic and athletic skills to the next level, head baseball coach Chad Massey spoke of Colby Fowler’s work ethic, which helped the left-handed pitcher to increase his velocity and develop his second and third pitches to a higher plane of proficiency.
Local sports news - Feb. 28, 2014
Lady Coyotes finish out conference title season with win over SWCC
The Weatherford College women’s basketball team put the finishing touches on its 2013-14 North Texas Junior College Athletic Association (NTJCAC) title season on Wednesday, beating Southwestern Christian Community College, 79-42. The Lady Coyotes finish with a 12-1 conference mark.
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