Brock ISD added a new face to its athletic leadership team, approving Alex Stephenson as the new head girls basketball coach at Monday night's meeting.
Below is a list of superlative awards as well as a first- and second-team rosters comprised of basketball players from private high schools in Parker and Palo Pinto counties. The All-Private School Girls Team relies on coaches’ nominations, statistics and input from Weatherford Democrat employees.
Below is a list of superlative awards as well as a first-team roster comprised of basketball players from private high schools in Parker and Palo Pinto counties. The All-Private School Team includes input from coaches, statistics and Weatherford Democrat employees.
Below is a list of superlative awards as well as a first-team and second-team rosters comprised of players from all seven Parker County UIL high school boys’ baseball teams.
After entering the conference postseason tournament as the No. 5 seed, the Weatherford College Lady Coyote basketball team completed their third upset win in a row Tuesday night, beating Grayson College in the championship game in Denison, 91-89.
The Mineral Wells soccer team isn't done yet. The Rams powered through the next phase of playoffs with a 3-2 win over Castleberry Tuesday night in the Class 4A Region I semifinal.
Anyone attending a Weatherford Kangaroos baseball game for the past 20 years can envision the familiar cadence of Clif Tramel announcing the names of players.
Weatherford College's Diamond Sweats and Adela Valkova each poured in 20 points in the Lady Coyotes' basketball playoff win at Temple College Wednesday night.
High school football games are months away, but the players don’t wait until the season starts to work themselves into shape. They were running sprints at Rams Stadium during a recent warm spell — and might have been wishing for a return to snowmageddon. Under the bright afternoon sun, all of the players were struggling and one began to flag.
Weatherford College rodeo brought home the Men's Team All-Around Title, Women's Team Reserve Title and three individual event championships from the Eastern New Mexico University Rodeo held March 18-20.
The Malakoff Tigers went to Wylie Stadium on a rainy and windy Black Friday to face the unbeaten Pottsboro Cardinals in the regional semifinals. The game was delayed for two hours due to lightning and storm activity in the area.
The Trinidad Trojans went to Penelope on Friday for a bi-district matchup against the Calvert Trojans in a rematch of last year's bi-district game, which Calvert won, 48-14.
JACKSONVILLE — The Athens Hornets opened their second straight playoff appearance on Friday in Jacksonville, taking on the six-time state champion and 4A powerhouse Carthage Bulldogs in the bi-district round.
For what was Henderson County's most exciting game on the last day of the regular season, the Mabank Panthers, looking to clinch a playoff spot, traveled to Midlothian's Don Floyd Stadium to face off with the Heritage Jaguars.
The Brownsboro Bears were down to their last shot at a chance for the playoffs. The Bullard Panthers needed one win in their last two games to be in the playoffs. The Bears Jorge Vicente’ kicked a 28 yard field goal as time expired for a 35-34 victory. Bears coach Greg Pearson said,”Oh my go…
The Kemp Yellowjackets were back home for the first time in five weeks, hosting an important district game against the improved Life Oak Cliff Lions.
The Trinidad Trojans were home on Saturday night for their annual homecoming festivities and they welcomed the Eagles of St. Joseph Catholic from Bryan to wrap up the non-district schedule.
On Friday, Athens played their home district opener against the Midlothian Heritage Jaguars, looking to bounce back from the 55-35 road loss a week ago at Life Waxahachie.
The Malakoff Tigers opened their district slate with a bang as they hosted the Life Oak Cliff Lions on Friday and they took care of business against the Lions, 70-7.
The Eustace Bulldogs hosted the Kemp Yellowjackets on a cool Friday night for both teams' district opener. Both teams came off their bye weeks and were searching their second wins of the season as Eustace looked to snap their four game skid and Kemp hoped to bounce back from the loss to Dall…
Fresh off their bye week, the Athens Hornets traveled to Waxahachie on Friday to face off against the Life Mustangs in a battle of 4-1 teams in their district opener.
This Week's Circulars
William A. Brown passed away April 3, 2020 in Tyler, Texas. William (Bill) Brown was born October 26, 1926 in Attalla, Alabama, the son of Walter Edward Brown and Nancy Sartin. He proudly served in the United States Army Air Corps during WWII with the 1942nd Ordnance Ammunition Company (Avia…
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