WEATHERFORD — Mach 1 Track Club runners recently competed in the AAU Track and Field Region 18 Championships.
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…
LONDON (AP) — British police opened investigations Monday into the racist abuse of three Black players who missed penalties in England's shootout loss to Italy in the European Championship final.
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.
TOKYO (AP) — Fans were banned from the pandemic-postponed Tokyo Olympics which will open in two weeks, Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike said after meeting with IOC and Japanese organizers on Thursday.
Banned sprinter Sha'Carri Richardson was not on the Olympic roster released Tuesday by USA Track and Field, a decision that means the American champion's positive test for marijuana will cost her a chance at running on the relay team in Tokyo, in addition to her spot in the 100-meter individ…
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.
On June 5, the Mineral Wells Swim Team competed at Weatherford’s Cherry Park against teams from Weatherford, Mineral Wells, Granbury and Coppell. The teams participate in the Texas Amateur Athletic Federation and attend circuit meets, regional meets and state meets. Various city pools host t…
WILLOW PARK — With a focus on excellence and a growing athletics program, Trinity Christian Academy is expanding its athletic department leadership with the naming of Brian Snow as assistant athletic director. Snow has been an educator for 25 years and is beginning his fifth year at Trinity …
For many years, Max Adair, Kaben Skold and Hudson Stark harbored dreams of pitching so well in high school that they’d catch the eyes and offers of college recruiters. None of the three made varsity as freshmen or sophomores — most players don’t at 6A schools — and would rely on their junior…
Poolville’s junior high archery team hopes to be world champs before the week is over. For the first time in school history, the archery team is headed to the world competition at the NASP Open Championships in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
He had been on the job just two days, and H.R. Greer’s office remained mostly empty inside the cavernous indoor facility known as The Outback at Weatherford High School. The only item sitting atop his work desk was a large container of whey.
Springtown softball slinger Sarah Crews was named co-pitcher of the year in District 7-4A. Crews’ strong work on the mound helped propel the Lady Pines to the area round of the playoffs this season.
Family, friends, firefighters, cheerleaders, band members, teachers and plenty of others turned out this morning to cheer and send off the Aledo Ladycats softball team in style.
Tennis is known for its returns, so it makes sense that Joe McCoy has been named head coach at Aledo High School. He filled the same position in the mid-1990s and has been bouncing around Aledo hallways for years.
This Week's Circulars
- UPDATE: Quick response helps rescue juveniles from one-vehicle crash
- Weatherford trucker awarded 'Highway Angel'
- DFW artist brings vibrancy to downtown Weatherford
- Two injured after aircraft makes emergency landing
- Donald Trump Jr. draws crowd at Film Alley
- A HERO'S HONOR: Former Huey pilot recognized for actions during Vietnam War
- PCSO seeks information on theft suspects
- Lost your vaccine card? No problem.
- 'MONUMENTAL' DAY: MWFD holds push-in ceremony for new ladder truck
- ESD 1 board approves equipment transfer from WCFA