Linemen from Weatherford and Brock’s football programs represented Parker County at Hardin-Simmons University’s sixth annual State LineMAN Challenge in Abilene over the weekend.

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Weatherford High School’s new head softball coach Jeff Lemons knows a thing or two about the program he now leads.

Local runners with Weatherford’s Mach 1 Track Club will be washing cars this weekend to help raise funds for a trip (for qualifying athletes) to the Junior Olympics in Sacramento, California in late July.

Weatherford’s Mach 1 Track Club competed in the Southwestern Association Junior Olympic Championship Meet at Springtown’s Porcupine Stadium over the weekend, qualifying a record 34 athletes to regionals, set for the week of July 9 at Fort Worth’s Herman Clark Stadium.

Weatherford FC’s rapid ascension through the semi-professional soccer ranks hit new heights recently as the team was selected to host the United Premier Soccer League’s Spring National Finals tournament July 27-28.

Below is a list of superlative awards as well as a first-team roster and honorable mentions comprised of players from all nine Parker County high school baseball teams.

Below is a list of superlative awards as well as a first-team roster and honorable mentions comprised of players from all seven Parker County high school softball teams.

The Springtown Porcupines’ 2019 finish as Class 4A bi-district finalists helped the team notch five all-district awards, including two first and second-team selections apiece as well as an honorable mention.

The Trinity Christian Academy Eagles came incredibly close to hoisting a state championship trophy in 2019, ultimately falling to Houston Northland Christian, 3-2 in the TAPPS Division III state finals.

That’s the thing about tradition, it inspires folks to keep it going. No one wants to be the group that ended “the run.”

Brock High School’s dominance in Class 3A academics and athletics continued during the 2018-19 school year, as the district was recently awarded its fourth Lone Star Cup in the last five years.

Capping off one of the most successful seasons in school history, Weatherford College rodeo team members brought home three top 10 finishes from the College National Finals Rodeo (CNFR) in Casper, Wyoming.

Poolville Monarchs’ Head Coach Alex Bracy’s first season with the team proved productive, with the squad clinching a playoff berth in District 10-2A.

As the follow up to the Weatherford Kangaroos’ successful 2018 season, one which resulted in the team’s first playoff berth in 11 years, inches closer, head coach Billy Mathis and company have been busy working to ensure the team does not miss a beat.

On opening day of the College National Finals Rodeo in Casper, Wyo., the performances are called “Bulls, Broncs & Breakaway.”

After three rounds at the College National Finals Rodeo, Weatherford College bareback rider Leighton Berry moved to third place Tuesday in Casper, Wyoming.


Photos from bull riding and more at the PRCA Frontier Days Rodeo on June 12 at the Parker County Sheriff's Posse grounds.

The Peaster Greyhounds graduated nine at the end of the 2018 season (a campaign which ended in a Class 3A regional finalist finish), losing a substantial amount of varsity experience in the process.

The Catch A Special Thrill Foundation made its return to Lake Weatherford Marina after nearly one year Saturday morning to great fanfare.