Osina sees more improvement for Coyotes in 2014-15 season
Mark Osina is used to coaching teams competing for conference championships. While that didn’t happen this season, the Weatherford College Coyotes head coach is pleased with the progress of the team in his first full season back at the helm and believes this season’s squad took a giant step to get the program back to the prominence it once had.
District meets next week for WISD schools
Tison and Hall middle school tracksters ran in their zone meet this week in Burleson, and will compete at the District meet April 7-8 at Roo Stadium.
WC men win Odessa rodeo
ODESSA, Tex. – The Weatherford College Rodeo Team had a big weekend at the Odessa College Rodeo March 20-22. The WC men’s team finished first and the women’s team finished third in a 15-team field.
Coyote softball extends streak with Hill sweep
HILLSBORO – The Weatherford College softball team may be finding its groove. as the Lady Coyotes are currently enjoying a six-game win streak after sweeping Hill College, 9-0 and 10-2 on Tuesday.
Baseball summaries - Mar. 27, 2014
Ninth-inning run breaks stalemate; Roos win, 1-0
Weatherford senior Andrew Healy’s RBI single in the top of the ninth saved another pitching gem by junior Beau Burrows as the Roos beat Arlington Lamar in a District 3-5A match Tuesday, 1-0.
Softball results - Mar 27, 2014
Lady Roos streak to six-straight wins
With its 11-1 win over Arlington Bowie on Tuesday, Weatherford has swept their last half dozen games in District 3-5A play.
Texas Regs off to fast start
The Texas Regulators, a Weatherford-based 12U Majors baseball team has begun their 2014 season in impressive fashion, playing in four tournaments and bringing home first place trophies in three of them.
Lady Roos gearing up for Thursday playoff match
The Weatherford Lady Roos will begin Class 5A, Region I soccer postseason play on Thursday, traveling to play Keller High School’s Lady Indians at the Keller ISD Athletic Complex.
Rodriguez, Ballard earn MVP nods at All-Star Classic
A pair of Parker County cagers took Most Valuable Player honors at the 25th annual Chicken Express All-Star Basketball Classic held at Mineral Wells High School on Saturday.
McCleery Clearly a First Teamer
Poolville senior Casey McCleery was inadvertently excluded from the 2013-14 All-Parker County Basketball Boys’ roster.
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