When it comes to talent, Weatherford High School’s wrestling teams are stocked to the brim, with six Kangaroos and three Lady Roos each owning a top-20 state ranking.
In a recent interview, Peaster Head Girls’ Basketball Coach Benita Carlton answered questions about her playing days, as well as her time leading the Lady Greyhounds.
The Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo is more selective in 2020, and several Weatherford College alumni have made the cut for the prestigious event.
Since falling to rival Brock in the team’s District 7-3A opener last month, the Peaster Lady Greyhounds have gone on a tear, winning six-straight games, including most recently a 61-30 road win over the Millsap Lady Bulldogs Tuesday evening.
For the second game in a row, the Peaster Greyhounds’ defense pitched a fourth-quarter shutout, as the team rolled to an 87-22 District 7-3A road win over the Millsap Bulldogs Tuesday night.
Below is a list of superlative awards as well as a roster comprised of players from both Weatherford Christian School and Willow Park Trinity Christian Academy’s high school football teams for the All-Parker County team.
A slow first two quarters proved the difference during the Weatherford Lady Roos’ and Euless Trinity Lady Trojans’ District 3-6A contest Tuesday night, as the former fell to the latter, 50-32.
Below is a list of superlative awards as well as a roster comprised of players from all five Parker County UIL-sanctioned high school football teams for the All-Parker County team.
The Peaster Greyhounds pushed their District 7-3A record to 3-0 Friday night at home, throttling the Boyd Yellowjackets, 77-27 behind a swarming defense which held the latter off the scoreboard completely through the game’s first five minutes as well as the entire fourth quarter.
The Peaster Lady Greyhounds set the tone for a night of dominant varsity basketball Friday evening at home, routing the Boyd Lady Yellowjackets, 72-21 thanks to a stout defensive effort which did not allow the latter a 10-point performance in any quarter as well as a productive showing from …
Fresh off a 3-0 victory over Boswell earlier in the week, the Weatherford Kangaroo varsity soccer team added another mark to the win column with a 1-0 win versus the Fort Worth V.R. Eaton Eagles Saturday at the Brewer Bash tournament, powered by a corner kick from Ian San Pedro to go along w…
The Weatherford College Lady Coyotes stayed perfect in the North Texas Junior College Athletic Conference over the weekend, coming away with a 70-62 road win over the Temple College Lady Leopards Saturday on the road.
The Springtown Porcupines came out on top of an intercounty matchup with the Poolville Monarchs Friday night at home, rallying from a 15-8 first-quarter deficit en route to a 51-43 win.
NEW YORK (AP) — Houston manager AJ Hinch and general manager Jeff Luhnow were suspended for the entire season Monday and the team was fined $5 million for sign-stealing by the team in 2017 and 2018 season.
When Clemson and LSU play for the 2020 College Football Playoff National Championship in New Orleans on Monday night, it will mark the six-year anniversary of the playoff system.
Weatherford’s varsity boys’ soccer team picked up its second win of the 2019-20 season Thursday, as the squad rallied back from an early 3-1 loss to the Diamond Hill-Jarvis Eagles early in the day with a 3-0 victory over the Boswell Pioneers.
The Weatherford Christian School Lions reached the TAPPS D-III state finals in each of their final two seasons of 6-man competition, giving the team a great starting point for its transition to the 11-man ranks later this year.
Despite having been swept by the Brock Eagles during the 2018-19 season, the Millsap Bulldogs came out for Tuesday evening’s first District 7-3A matchup of the year between the two teams ready to play.
The Weatherford Lady Roos battled back from a second half, 12-point deficit in Tuesday evening’s District 3-6A home game versus the Haltom Lady Buffaloes, later taking their first lead of the night, 46-45 with 1:34 left in regulation.
The Brock Lady Eagles came out hot versus the Millsap Lady Bulldogs Tuesday evening on the road, opening the teams’ District 7-3A matchup with a 19-4 first quarter-run, before doubling the latter’s scoring total (48-24) over the final three frames en route to a 67-28 victory.
The Weatherford Kangaroos struggled to contain the Haltom Buffaloes’ Paul Bizimana and Kyron Powell, who combined for 37 points, during Tuesday evening’s District 3-6A home game, as the latter pulled away from the former for a 65-49 win.
The Weatherford Kangaroos’ varsity soccer team muscled its way into the win column for the squad’s first victory of 2020 versus the North Crowley Panthers Tuesday night on the road.
Weatherford High School’s wrestling teams continued their strong start to the 2019-20 season, following up a pair of top-15 finishes at last month’s Doc Hess Tournament in Bryan with another set of successful showings at last weekend’s CY Fair ISD Invitational in Cypress.
Below are first and second-team rosters comprised of players from Weatherford Christian School, Victory Baptist Academy and Willow Park Trinity Christian Academy.
The Aledo Bearcats closed both halves of Friday’s non-district home game versus the China Spring Cougars on a high note to clinch a 58-47 win over the latter.
The Willow Park Trinity Christian Academy Lady Eagle varsity volleyball team recently closed out 2019 with a handful of all-district honors, including one first-team selection, a pair of second-team selections and an honorable mention.
Weatherford High School’s varsity boys’ soccer team opened the 2020 season with a 4-1 loss to South Grand Prairie at last weekend’s Grapevine Tournament.
Following up a season which saw the group go a perfect 10-0 in TAPPS 1A, District 3, the Weatherford Christian School Lady Lions varsity volleyball team exited 2019 having earned nine all-district awards including four first-team selections, three second-team selections and a pair of honorab…
Willow Park Trinity Christian Academy’s varsity football team endured a trying follow up campaign to its successful 2018 TAPPS D-III championship run, ending the 2019 season with a 1-10 record.
The Weatherford College Coyotes wasted no time getting their first win in the North Texas Junior College Athletic Conference, blasting the Terrell Southwestern Christian College Rams, 96-78 Saturday afternoon on the road.
A 14-10 fourth quarter run by the Millsap Lady Bulldogs was not enough to lift the team over the Paradise Lady Panthers, who rode a 16-9 scoring advantage spanning the second and third periods en route to a 35-33 District 7-3A win Friday night at the latter’s home court.
A person with direct knowledge of the decision says the Dallas Cowboys and Mike McCarthy have agreed on a deal for the former Green Bay coach to replace Jason Garrett.
Weatherford High School’s wrestling teams kept busy over Christmas week, competing in the Doc Hess Tournament in Bryan, with four of the squad’s competitors making it to the super finals while three of them, Camille Fournier, Kadee Kelley and Cole Tierce, won.
The honors keep coming in for the Aledo Bearcats, who only a week ago captured a UIL 11-man record ninth state championship after a 45-42 victory over 2018 and 2019 finals opponent Fort Bend Marshall.
A year after clinching a record-tying eighth state title with a 55-19 win over Missouri City Fort Bend Marshall in the Class 5A, D-II state finals, the Aledo Bearcats upped the ante with a repeat finals victory over the Buffaloes, 45-42 Saturday at Arlington’s AT&T Stadium, cementing the…
Friday afternoon’s home game versus the Bellevue Eagles proved a memorable moment for the Poolville Monarchs, who helped Head Coach Steven Stegall clinch his 300th career win after a 73-39 rout.
The 13-2 Springtown Porcupines secured the most single-season wins in school history while making the team’s deepest playoff push (to the Class 4A, D-I state semifinals) since 1995 in 2019.
A strong season for Weatherford’s Mach 1 Track Club culminated in a recent trip to the USA Track and Field National Junior Olympic Championships at Wisconsin’s Yahara Hills Golf Course for 19 of its runners, with a number of those clinching personal bests, while one runner, Madison Larsen, placed.
The Millsap Bulldogs battled back from a double-digit deficit to pull within eight points late in the second half versus the Glen Rose Tigers Tuesday night on the road, but were ultimately defeated, 67-49.
The Millsap Lady Bulldogs opened District 7-3A competition on a high note Tuesday evening at home, coming away with a 51-48 win over the Boyd Lady Yellowjackets.
The Peaster Greyhounds got a trio of double-digit point performances as the team cruised to a 77-55 rout of the Grandview Zebras Tuesday evening at home in the non-district bout.
A year after falling to rival Peaster, 41-38 in the teams’ 2018-19 District 7-3A opener, the Brock Lady Eagles returned the favor with a 41-33 win over the Lady Greyhounds Tuesday evening at home.
Having already surpassed their win total from 2018-19 ahead of District 3-6A competition this season, the Weatherford Lady Roos continued their recent resurgence with a 32-30 win over District 3-6A opponent Richland Tuesday evening at home, putting an end to a 12-game district skid.
The Weatherford College Lady Coyotes picked up their ninth-straight win Saturday, running away with an 89-41 road victory over the Mountain View College Lady Lions.
This Week's Circulars
Charles Kent McAnally, 50, of Weatherford passed away Saturday, January 18, 2020. A visitation for family and friends will be held from 2-4:30pm, Saturday, January 25, 2020 at Galbreaith Pickard Funeral Chapel. Kent was born April 14, 1969 in Weatherford to Charles and Nell Bloodworth McAnal…
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