After a two-decade hiatus, the Weatherford College men's golf team is back, kicking off the season at the Bosque River Classic in Waco Sept. 20-21.
The Weatherford College women's rodeo team started the season as reserve champions at the Eastern New Mexico University Rodeo behind Texas Tech University this past weekend in Portales, New Mexico. The men's team finished fourth overall.
When the Mineral Wells Rams came running out onto the field Friday night, several of them carried American flags, a tribute to those who perished in the 9/11 attacks 20 years ago.
With Oklahoma and Texas on the way out, the Big 12 announced Friday that it has invited BYU, UCF, Cincinnati and Houston to join the Power Five conference and said it has not ruled out further expansion in the future.
It was 13 months later than expected, but Derek Jeter, Larry Walker, Ted Simmons and Marvin Miller were enshrined Wednesday in the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown.
The Mineral Wells Rams cashed in early on Cougar miscues in Friday’s 38-20 win over the Western Hills Cougars and held a lead throughout the Homecoming night game when the Fort Worth squad came within 11 points midway through the fourth quarter.
FRISCO — By the time the bands took the field to perform their halftime routines Thursday night, a victory looked like it was practically in hand for the Aledo Bearcats, up 28-7.
Golf and tennis are making their long-awaited return to Weatherford College this fall, and new head coaches Alexandra Leatu, women’s tennis, and Jesse Speirs, men’s golf, have announced their first schedules.
Two area rivals took to the court Tuesday evening, with Mineral Wells and Millsap volleyball teams clashing for the season opener at Mineral Wells High School.
The Texas Sports Writers Association recently announced its all-state baseball teams, with several Brock Eagles leading the charge.
NORMAN, Okla. — University of Oklahoma officials were not commenting Wednesday on a report that the Sooners as well as the Texas Longhorns are exploring moving from the Big 12 to the Southeastern Conference.
Change is inevitable in life but especially for high school sports reporters. The young athletes entertain us for two or three years and steal our hearts with their courage and determination, heartbreaks and triumphs. Then, they’re gone.
The chum salmon is depicted fertilizing eggs on a river bottom in Alaska, a ritual that occurs every year and keeps that state’s rivers teeming with fish. Taxidermist Gary Robertson tapped into his creative streak to create the reproduction mount of the fish, using a reclaimed green-tinted s…
Becoming the first head coach to lead Aledo’s newly established wrestling program means Austin Stockon will be teaching various holds and techniques to the kids. Among the hip throws, headlocks and arm chops, Stockon plans to teach his wrestlers something more nebulous but just as crucial — joy.
On Friday, six counts stemming from those accusations levied against the former team doctor in 2018 in Texas were dropped, according to Walker County District Attorney Will Durham.
The Aledo ISD board of trustees voted unanimously Monday night to convert the existing softball and baseball competition fields to turf and also replace the turf and track surface at Bearcat Stadium and the turf at the Daniel Ninth Grade Campus field.
In February, an inaugural benefit softball tournament was such fun and so successful that organizers are ready to swing for the fences again.
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- Bank robbery suspect arrested after chase
- Springtown motorcyclist killed in wreck
- Seller and advocate say FDA ban on e-cigarette flavors won't put out vape use
- Overcoming obstacles: Senior Center sets its sights on future growth
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- Mineral Wells authorizes firearm use to help with feral hogs
- Commissioners settle road and bridge funding debate
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