FWISD Athletics

Highlights and What's Ahead!!

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(3.25.22) What's Happening around FWISD Athletics?

Congratulations to our many soccer teams that have already advanced beyond the first round. More Bi-District Champions coming tonight!!!! Good luck to all of our baseball and softball teams as they continue district play.


Please check your school's website and the district athletic webpage Athletics / Home Page (fwisd.org) to find your favorite team in action and to purchase all event's tickets!!!! Also, please follow us on Twitter for current updates.

FWISD Soccer

Arlington Heights HS

Bi-District Champs!!!!!
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Benbrook HS

Bi-District Champs!!!!
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Diamond Hill-Jarvis HS

Bi-District Champs!!!!
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OD Wyatt HS

Bi-District Champs!!!!

Carter-Riverside HS

Poly HS

Thank you Soccer Seniors for your hard work and dedication. Sending you the best wishes and lots of love into the next level of Life!

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FWISD Softball

Benbrook HS

Benbrook Varsity softball is now 2-0 in district after winning against Eastern Hills 17-0 on March 22nd. The girls continue to get better each game and have grown together as a team.

Josie Goins #14 smashed an inside the park homerun along with a single and 6 RBI's. She is hitting a .458 overall this season.

Kendal Molinar #5 was savvy and aggressive behind the plate finishing the game with 6 putouts.

Valery King #4 not only throwing the heat on the mound with 5 strikeouts out of 9 batters faced, but she also brought the energy and enthusiasm in the dugout and on the field.

Benbrook JV softball played Trinity Valley on Tuesday March 22 and won 11-9.

From Coach Jerkins: We are proud of this year's Benbrook JV softball team. We have a lot of young women playing softball for the first time and are doing a great job learning how to play the game and growing together as a team. Looking forward to the second half of our season and seeing how these girls continue to improve and grow as athletes.

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Paschal HS

Over spring break, your Varsity Paschal Lady Panthers competed against Weatherford HS and Euless Trinity HS. We fell short on Monday against Weatherford but came back and secured the win against Euless Trinity on Wednesday, 16-7. Maliya Chavez came in strong at the plate against Euless Trinity and had her first grand slam of the season, putting your Lady Panthers up 9-0 in the bottom of the 5th inning.

FWISD Baseball

Diamond Hill-Jarvis HS

Big Congratulations to our Varsity Baseball Team on our District win. We defeated the Western Hills Cougars by a score of 14-1. Good job Eagles.

#DOMINATE

Trimble Tech HS

FWISD Track & Field

Diamond Hill-Jarvis HS

Please congratulate our track teams! They did an awesome job representing DHJ at the Scorpion Relays at South Hills yesterday. Below are the athletes that placed... we had many PRs and Angel Sanchez PR'd once again, in the mile. With a 4:21!!!!!!!!! He ran the 2 miles in 9:21!!!! That's faster than my mile time LOL. Thank you all for your continuous support of our athletes!

JV Girls-

3200- Nanci Guerrero- 3rd

4X200 relay- Esmeralda, Aurelia, Miranda, Fernanda- 2nd

1600- Celeste Maldonado- 2nd

Varsity Girls-

4X200 relay- Pamela, Alexa, Keilani, Lilibeth- 3rd

1600- Pamela Sanchez- 3rd

Varsity Boys-

1600- Pamela Sanchez- 3rd

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Polytech HS

The Poly Nation would like to congratulate the LADY PARROTS and Coach G on a great start into Track Season, we are proud of you ladies !!!!

South Hills HS

Coach Dailey pep talk to girls and guys
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SHHS

FWISD Tennis

Benbrook HS

The Fort Worth City Championship Tournament was held at TCU Courts Thursday. The tournament consists of all FWISD high schools with Tennis teams. The team had to play best 2 out of 3 sets to 4; if the sets split, the third set was a super tiebreaker (meaning they had to play to 10 points). Many of Benbrook's games went to tiebreakers. The team played their most challenging to advance in this all-day tournament. Caroline Hawkins and Ryan Trinkle represented Benbrook by taking 3rd overall in mixed doubles against Paschal High School (6A). If you see any of these athletes today, please congratulate them.

North Side HS

North Side High was well represented today.

Almost all our matches made it to the semifinals and we’re bringing home some medals!

I’m very proud of these kiddos! #GoSteers

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FWISD Flag Football

Dunbar HS

Scrimmage vs Southwest. Dunbar won 8-6
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FWISD Athletic Training

Carter-Riverside HS

The sports medicine department for CRHS is led by athletic trainer Brandon Spain. Student aides include senior Bryan Rios, and juniors Naomi Hernandez, Breeanna Puentes, Adanely Valenzuela, and Melody Veloz.

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MS Track & Field

Jacquet MS

Lady Wildcats condition before spring break.

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JP Elder MS

This past Wednesday, Elder Track & Field was in action at Farrington Field. Our 7th graders did a phenomenal job competing as they wrapped up their season. For our 8th graders, this meet served as the City Qualifier.

In order for 8th graders to advance to the City Championship, they had to finish in the top (2) of their event.

Out of a total of 6 schools competing at Farrington Field, Elder Boys & Girls both placed 1st. I'm excited to announce that Elder had a total of "27" 8th graders qualify for the City Championship. Your yearlings put on a dominate performance.

The following 8th graders are moving on to the City Championship -

  • 8GR Boys
    • 200m Dash - Bladimir Elizondo
    • 400m Dash - Diego Landin
    • 1600m Run - Daniel Martinez
    • 2400m Run - Kevin Magana & Ricardo Villarreal
    • 100m Hurdles - Jayden Mora & Jayden Meza
    • 300m Hurdles - Jayden Mora & Andres Vasquez
    • 4 x 100 Relay - Bladimir Elizondo, Jayden Meza, Mario Aguilera, Diego Landin
    • 4 x 200 Relay - Mario Aguilera, Bernardo Andrade, Jose Romero, Bladimir Elizondo
    • 4 x 400 Relay - Andres Vasquez, Brain Villegas, Jose Romero, Bernardo Andrade
    • Triple Jump - Jayden Meza
    • High Jump - Jayden Mora
  • 8GR Girls
    • 400m Dash - Jolien Zamora
    • 800m Run - Xiomara "Marco" Ahumada
    • 2400m Run - Natalli Preciado & Vicky Trevino
    • 100m Hurdles - Mia Inocencio
    • 300m Hurdles - Marely Palacios
    • 4 x 100 Relay - Yasminee Hernandez, Xiomara "Marco" Ahumada, Abigail Riojas, Jolien Zamora
    • 4 x 200 Relay - Yasminee Hernandez, Abigail Riojas, Ezmeralda Garcia, Xiomara "Marco" Ahumada
    • 4 x 400 Relay - Natalli Preciado, Emily Ayala, Angelina Vasquez, Jolien Zamora
    • Long Jump - Jolien Zamora
    • Shot Put - Briana Rodriguez
    • Triple Jump - Jolien Zamora, Yasminee Hernandez
    • High Jump - Mia Inocencio
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FWISD Shout Outs

Carter-Riverside HS

Carter Riverside student-athletes helping with the campus landscaping project

Our Mission

The mission of the Fort Worth Independent School District Athletic Department is to develop and maintain a quality athletic program as an integral part of the educational process that strives for excellence while promoting competency, good citizenship, equitable opportunities, positive recognition and sportsmanship in a competitive environment.