WEATHERFORD — Parker County’s Chloe Powell, Hadley Durfey, Kilyn Osburn and Taegan Sanders will be traveling to Gonzalez, Texas to compete May 22-28 to compete in the Texas Junior High State Finals Rodeo.
New state golf champions have been crowned, but one remains the same — the Brock Eagles, who secured their second straight Boys Golf State Championship Tuesday afternoon.
In their first season in two decades, the Weatherford College women's tennis team won 8th place at the NJCAA Division I National Tournament in Tucson, Arizona. The Coyotes finished with 24 points, only two behind the seventh place finisher.
The Weatherford College men's golf team was in 18th place after the first day of play in the NJCAA Division I National Tournament Tuesday at Odessa Country Club.
Devin Booker scored 28 points, Deandre Ayton added 20 and the Phoenix Suns beat the Dallas Mavericks 110-80 night to take a 3-2 lead in the Western Conference semifinals. The Suns used a huge third quarter to turn a tight game into a comfortable win. Phoenix opened up the second half on an 11-4 run for a 61-50 lead. Mavs coach Jason Kidd called for a timeout, but it did little to stop the onslaught. The Suns led 82-60 going into the fourth with Booker pouring in 12 points during the third. Dallas Luka Doncic finished with 28 points and 11 rebounds.
NEW YORK (AP) — Minor league players and Major League Baseball have reached a settlement in a lawsuit alleging teams violated minimum wage laws.
With emotions from the 3A state tennis tournament winding down, Peaster now has time to revel in it’s accomplishments — a first time doubles championship and a runner-up finish.
Weatherford baseball just needed to win one more game against Eaton Saturday, following their 5-4 win Friday night to force a Game 3.
In a softball game that was scheduled to go seven innings, Weatherford College and North Central Texas College went 13 innings Thursday night, with NCTC prevailing 4-3 in the Region V-North Softball Championship Tournament at a packed Stuart Field.
After clinching a first round bye, the Graford Lady Jackrabbits were ready to face off with the Gordon Longhorns for the right to move on to the softball regional semifinals Thursday night.
Weatherford College rodeo wrapped up its regular season in Stephenville at the Tarleton State Rodeo this past weekend where the women's team locked in the Southwest Region Reserve Champion title and seven members of the WC team secured their spots in the upcoming College National Finals Rodeo.
Belden Cox, JT Hill, Hayes Johnson and Murt Stewart will be traveling to Abilene June 6-11 to compete in the Texas High School Rodeo Association State Finals in team roping.
Eight collegiate softball teams from across the region will converge on Parker County May 5-8 as Weatherford College hosts the Region V-North Softball Championship at Stuart Field.
WEATHERFORD — In a winner-take-all game 3 situation for the bi-district championship Saturday, the Weatherford Lady Roos showed their fight against the Byron Nelson Lady Bobcats for the right to move on to the next round.
With their backs against the walls in the all important Game 2 Friday night, the Brock Lady Eagles softball team needed to shut down the Jacksboro Tigerettes in order to extend the series to Game 3.
WEATHERFORD — With their last playoff win coming in 2016, the Lady Roos softball team had their sights set on their first round opponent, the Byron Nelson Lady Bobcats on Thursday night.
Taylor Sheridan, the Academy Award-nominated screenwriter, producer and actor behind the hit series “Yellowstone,” will appear at the Weatherford College baseball game against Temple College on Saturday, April 30. The doubleheader will begin at noon at Roger Williams Ballpark.
Bradi Good won the barrel racing title and led the Weatherford College women's rodeo team to their third consecutive team championship this past weekend at the Howard College Rodeo in Big Spring.
Local athletes dominated at last week’s area track and field meets, securing their spots at the regional meet set for later this month.
In hopes of rising in the standings, the Poolville Monarchs took on one of the top teams in the area in the Muenster Hornets Thursday evening.
On the night to celebrate the eight seniors for the Aledo Ladycats softball team, the team made sure their last home game was an eventful one against the Wichita Falls Lady Coyotes.
Entering Tuesday’s action, the Springtown Porcupines would need to win their key district game against the Bridgeport Bulls to keep pace with the Decatur Eagles for second place in the district, behind the Argyle Eagles.
After a slow first inning, the Weatherford Lady Roos took control of Paschal Friday night, scoring at least a run in every inning on their way to an 8-1 win.
The Weatherford Kangaroos split two last week, going 1-1 against Boswell and Granbury Friday and Saturday. The Roos came up short against the Pirates, 11-3, but found their groove Friday night, facing a fellow top-of-district opponent in Boswell.
The Weatherford College women's rodeo team won first place for the second week in a row and has surpassed Tarleton State University into second place in the Southwest Region standings.
Twenty-four Weatherford College student athletes have been named Academic All-Conference by the Northern Texas Junior College Athletic Association for the 2021-22 academic year.
The Weatherford College women’s rodeo team earned first place at the Ranger College/Cisco College cohosted rodeo at the Nolan County Coliseum in Sweetwater last weekend.
This Week's Circulars
- MW trustees hear four-day school pros, cons
- Scott Mendes to be inducted into Bull Riding Hall of Fame
- Vicky White dies after Casey White and Vicky White caught in Indiana
- Man taken into custody after high-speed pursuit
- BACK TO BACK: Brock golf repeats as state champs
- PATHWAY TO SUCCESS: CCS valedictorian's future is bright
- Graford ISD shifting to 4-day school week
- Weatherford, Brock girls qualify for Junior High Rodeo State Finals
- HD 60 candidates Olcott, Rogers address voters at forum
- GREYHOUND GOLD: Peaster tennis duo brings state title home