Weatherford High School’s varsity tennis team improved its record to 6-2 on the season after defeating Azle, 13-6 Tuesday on the road.
After months of preparation spanning spring ball, summer workouts and most recently two-a-days, the Weatherford Kangaroos are set to get a taste of regular season action when the team hosts the Chisholm Trail Rangers in a scrimmage game at 7 p.m. Friday.
The Weatherford Lady Roos successfully defended their turf in the team’s first home match of the season Tuesday night, earning a 3-0 sweep over the Paschal Lady Panthers.
The Poolville Lady Monarchs have barrelled their way to a 12-1 record through the first several weeks of the 2019 season, most recently sweeping the De Leon Lady Bearcats, 3-0 Tuesday on the road.
A day after a hard-fought 10-9 loss to Brock High School, Weatherford’s varsity tennis team was back in action Saturday, taking part in a Tri-Meet with Brownwood and Graham.
Weatherford and Brock high schools’ varsity tennis teams faced off for the second time in roughly two weeks over the weekend, as the latter avenged an earlier 10-9 loss to the Roos and Lady Roos with a 10-9 win of its own.
The Poolville Lady Monarchs represented their school well at the team’s home tourney, the Poolville Summer Slam over the weekend, being named tournament champions.
The Brock Lady Eagles’ hot start to the 2019 season continued Tuesday afternoon, as the team swept the Holliday Lady Eagles in a non-district match, 3-0.
The Brock Eagles and Lady Eagles tennis team competed in the recent Duncanville Team Tournament, opening with a dominant 18-1 win over the host team (Duncanville) in the first round, before losing a pair of tightly contested matches versus Weatherford (10-9) and Timber Creek (11-8) in the se…
Weatherford High School’s tennis team competed hard for new Head Coach Steve Quy, finishing first in the recent Duncanville Team Tournament, the group’s first regular season competition of the semester.
The Millsap Lady Bulldog volleyball team posted a 3-2 finish at last weekend’s Grandview Tournament, good for a third-place finish in the competition’s gold bracket.
The Weatherford Lady Roos looked strong in their first regular season action of the 2019 season, finishing as consolation champs at last weekend’s Battle of the Rock tournament in Rockwall.
The Brock Lady Eagles traveled to Abilene over the weekend for the Bev Ball Classic tournament, opening with five-straight wins en route to a fourth-place finish.
The Weatherford Christian School Lions won 12-straight games to start the 2018 season, ultimately falling just short of a TAPPS 6-Man Division III state title versus Baytown last December.
For the Millsap Bulldog football team, the start of the 2019 season stands as a chance to build on last year’s playoff berth, the program’s first in nine years.
The Millsap Lady Bulldogs’ 2019 roster includes five underclassmen (four sophomores and a freshman), yet through preseason workouts and the team’s first regular season game, a 3-0 win over Mineral Wells, Head Coach Courtney Hammett said she has been impressed with the level of game knowledge…
The Brock Lady Eagles wasted no time getting their first win of the 2019 season, sweeping the Fort Worth All Saints Lady Saints, 3-0 in a non-district game Tuesday night at home.
Weatherford High School’s new Head Tennis Coach Steve Quy’s career has included nine consecutive district championships with Krum High School, six state appearances, and 2010 Class 2A Texas Coach of the Year honors.
The Millsap Lady Bulldogs got off to a hot start in 2019, routing the Mineral Wells Lady Rams, 3-0 on the road Tuesday afternoon in the former’s first regular season game of the year.
Weatherford High School football players and cheerleaders recently teamed up with St. Stephen Catholic Church and Circle Y Yoga Ranch to provide an interactive afternoon with local adults battling dementia.
In a recent interview, Millsap Head Football Coach Jake Johnson answered questions about his playing days, as well as his time leading the Bulldogs.
The Bulldogs youth football camp being held in Millsap this week has it’s own unique flavor as athletes were welcomed Monday morning, had their pictures taken, got their first “team” meeting in the varsity locker room and sprinted to their field for coaching.
Weatherford’s own Mach 1 Track Club enjoyed a triumphant finish to a season which saw a (club) record-breaking 17 athletes qualify for national-level competition with one final strong performance, this time at the USA Track and Field National Junior Olympic Championships in Sacramento last week.
Zach Hibler, a former College National Finals Rodeo qualifier from Wheeler, tied for first place in the bareback riding title race at the 2019 Snake River Stampede in Nampa, Idaho.
Work is ramping up for the Weatherford Lady Roo volleyball team, which unofficially kicked off the 2019 season with a team camp Monday afternoon at the high school’s main gym.
Weatherford Christian School, home of Parker County’s lone 6-man high school football team provided plenty of high-octane scoring performances in 2018, putting up 747 points in 13 games.
Weatherford FC’s inaugural season netted a 9-3 record and later hosting rights to the United Premier Soccer League’s Spring National Finals tournament, complete with a cash prize of $10,000 for the winning team, running today and tomorrow at Kangaroo Stadium.
Shanna Teague made plenty of waves on the hardwood her sophomore season with the Springtown Lady Porcupines basketball team, earning first-team all-district recognition (District 8-4A) while being named Parker County’s Utility Player of the Year.
Weatherford baseball’s long tradition of producing college and professional players continued this week, with 2018-19 graduates Chris Molina and Mason Riney each signing letters of intent.
The Weatherford High School Roos and Lady Roos will soon be able to settle into their future home, with the district’s new baseball/softball complex set for an Aug. 15 completion date, WISD Executive Director of Facilities J.P. Kechnie said during Monday’s board of trustees meeting.
Weatherford High School student and avid motocross fan Coleton Street may only be 16 years old, but the junior is already making a name for himself within the sport he loves.
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