There are only three regular season games remaining in Weatherford College’s basketball season, and the Lady Coyotes are neck-and-neck with Collin College for the top spot in the conference standings after WC defeated Ranger Monday night, 57-47 at the Graber Athletic Center.
The Peaster Lady Greyhounds may have ultimately fallen, 56-54 in Monday’s Class 3A bi-district playoff game in Graham, but the team made sure to give the Bowie Lady Jackrabbits a late run the latter will not soon likely forget.
Brock High School’s varsity tennis team showed its mettle at last weekend’s Byron Nelson Invitational, competing against a slew of 5A and 6A schools while coming away with a number of strong individual finishes in the process.
Springtown High School’s varsity girls’ powerlifting team continued to look the part of state contender at last weekend’s Stephenville Invitational, as the Lady Porcupines clinched a second-place finish with 52 points, beating out 10 teams while only trailing first-place Stephenville by two points.
The Weatherford Lady Roo varsity track team kicked off the 2020 season on a high note Saturday, coming away with top honors at its home meet, the Kangaroo Relays, with an 80-point team performance.
Weatherford High School’s varsity boys’ powerlifting team proved the squad to beat at last week’s Graham Meet, as the Kangaroos racked up 46 total points, good enough for first.
Aledo High School senior swimmer Elijah Sohn entered Saturday’s Class 5A Swimming and Diving State Meet looking to defend his title in the boys’ 200-yard freestyle, ultimately coming away with that and more after setting a new state record time of 1:37.02 in the event.
Weatherford’s boys’ and girls’ wrestling teams each clinched a top-10 finish at the 2020 UIL Region 1-6A Meet Friday and Saturday in Haltom, while five of the program’s own punched their tickets to state, set for Friday through Saturday at the Berry Center in Cypress.
Little separated the Brock Eagles and Peaster Greyhounds for much of Friday night’s District 7-3A rivalry matchup, as the teams battled each other to a one-possession affair with less than two minutes remaining in regulation.
Weatherford High School’s varsity boys’ soccer team moved within one game of .500 in District 3-6A Friday night after besting the visiting San Angelo Central Bobcats, 5-4 in penalty kicks after battling to a 2-2 tie.
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The Peaster Lady Greyhounds enjoyed no shortage of success in Head Coach Kayla Pinckard’s first year with the team in 2019, reaching the area round of Class 3A playoffs after a second-place finish in District 7-3A, proving the only team in the district to defeat rival Brock along the way.
The Peaster Greyhounds experienced their share of struggles last season, missing the playoffs after back-to-back trips to the Class 3A regional finals in 2017 and 2018, the latter of which saw a large contingent of the team graduate following their latest, deep postseason run.
Weatherford College’s Eddie Calzoncit was named co-position baseball player of the week by the Northern Texas Junior College Athletic Conference for the week of Feb. 2-8.
Weatherford senior offensive lineman Cayde Taylor and senior wideout Logan Arnold each signed a national letter of intent earlier this week, after helping the Kangaroos secure their first seven-win season since 2005 in 2019.
Already winners of four-straight North Texas Junior College Athletic Conference games heading into Wednesday’s home bout with the Cisco College Lady Wranglers, the Weatherford College Lady Coyotes made sure that streak would remain intact, transforming a 42-40 third-quarter deficit into a 59…
Springtown High School’s wrestling teams came away with a pair of top-10 finishes at the recent District 4-5A Meet in Saginaw, with the Porcupines securing seventh (111.5 points) while the Lady Porcupines finished 10th (17 points).
Springtown High School’s boys’ powerlifting team racked up 43 points as a unit at Tuesday’s Hornet Invitational, good for second while nine Porcupines came away with a top-three finish.
Weatherford High School’s varsity boys’ soccer team faced off with the undefeated Hurst L.D. Bell Blue Raiders in a District 3-6A match Tuesday night at home, looking to build on last week’s district win versus Richland.
Both Millsap High School’s boys’ and girls’ powerlifting teams clinched a top-10 finish at last weekend’s Castleberry Invitational, with the Bulldogs securing ninth (seven points) while the Lady Bulldogs clinched tenth (six points).
Springtown High School’s varsity girls’ powerlifting team continued its 2019 Class 4A state title defense with another first-place showing over the weekend, dominating the Castleberry Invitational.
The Weatherford College baseball team is nationally ranked again, coming in at No. 17 in the first National Junior College Athletic Association Division I poll of the 2020 regular season. The rankings were released Monday by the NJCAA.
Weatherford High School’s varsity tennis team came away with several top finishes at last weekend’s Birdville Tournament, as the Kangaroos and Lady Roos continue preparing for District 3-6A competition.
Brock High School’s varsity tennis team took part in its second competition of the spring 2020 season last weekend, coming away with several strong individual finishes at the Robinson HS Tournament.
Friday night’s 88-50 win for District 7-3A’s No. 4 state-ranked Peaster Greyhounds over the Millsap Bulldogs does not tell the entire story of a game which was still a single-digit affair at halftime.
Friday night’s District 7-3A matchup between the Peaster Lady Greyhounds and Millsap Lady Bulldogs featured a flurry of high-scoring individual performances, with three players from each team breaking double-digit point totals on the night.
Weatherford High Schools’ varsity girls’ powerlifting team enjoyed a strong showing at Thursday’s Bridgeport Meet, finishing second as a group with 40 points, trailing only Decatur, which took the top spot with 51 points.
Weatherford High School wrestling showed its mettle at last weekend’s District 2-6A Meet, with the program clinching a pair of top-three finishes while ensuring a number of spots at Friday’s upcoming regional tournament.
Weatherford High School’s varsity boys’ soccer team picked up its first District 3-6A win of the season Friday night in Richland, breaking free of a 1-1 halftime tie versus the Rebels with a pair of goals after the break to seal the contest, 3-1.
In a recent interview, Brock Head Girls’ Basketball Coach Shawna Lavender answered questions about her playing days, as well as her time leading the Lady Eagles.
In a recent interview, Brock Head Boys’ Basketball Coach Zach Boxell answered questions about his playing days, as well as his time leading the Eagles.
The Aledo Bearcats saw nine of their own sign letters of intent to continue their respective baseball careers at the collegiate level back in the fall, members of a team which also netted the orange and black 13 all-district honors during the 2019 season.
Two members of the Weatherford Lady Roos’ varsity soccer team took the next step in continuing their respective playing careers Thursday morning in the school library, as seniors Hailey Maloy and McKenna Buchfink signed letters of intent.
The Brock Eagles shook free of a 25-24 halftime lead versus the Paradise Panthers Tuesday night with a 35-21 run over the final two frames to come away with a 60-47 District 7-3A victory on the road.
The Millsap Lady Bulldogs put themselves in great position early versus the Breckenridge Lady Buckaroos Tuesday night at home, jumping out to an 11-5 first-quarter lead, while weathering a 12-10 second-quarter scoring advantage by the visiting team to retain their advantage through the half, 21-17.
Weatherford High School’s varsity boys’ soccer team battled back from an early 2-0 deficit versus the Abilene Eagles Tuesday night at home, but were unable to stymie a late surge by the visiting team, which came away with a 5-2 District 3-6A match.
After controlling much of the team’s District 7-3A contest on the scoreboard versus the Breckenridge Buckaroos, the Millsap Bulldogs found themselves in a late hole, trailing 64-58 with two minutes left in regulation Tuesday night.
The Weatherford College Coyotes shook free of a tightly-contested North Texas Junior College Athletic Conference home bout versus the Southwestern Christian College Rams in the game’s waning minutes Saturday afternoon, breaking away from a 79-79 tie with four minutes left in regulation with …
A hot start to both halves of Saturday’s home North Texas Junior College Athletic Conference game helped lift the Weatherford College Lady Coyotes (19-4, 7-2) to an 89-70 win over the visiting Terrell Southwestern Christian College Lady Rams, while extending the former’s conference win strea…
Millsap High School’s powerlifting teams came away with a number of top finishes at Thursday’s Hico ISD Invitational, with 10 competitors on each the boys’ and girls’ side placing.
Weatherford High School’s varsity boys’ powerlifting team proved the squad to beat at Thursday’s Decatur League Meet, with the Kangaroos taking first with 50 points, beating out second-place Decatur by eight points.
Springtown High School’s varsity girls’ powerlifting squad pieced together a dominant performance at Saturday’s Everman Invitational, finishing first as a team with 67 points, outpacing second-place Castleberry by 40 points.
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