Highlights and What's Ahead!!
(4.8.22) What's Happening around FWISD Athletics?
Regional Soccer, Regional Golf, Regional Tennis, District Baseball/Softball, District Track & Field and Flag Football are all happening!!! Spring has sprung; enjoy some sun!!!!!!
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.
Trimble Tech HS: Regional Quarterfinal Champs!!!!
Last week, your Varsity Lady Panthers fell short to Boswell HS but came back and shut it down against Haltom, winning 8-1. This evening, we defeated North Crowley HS and will compete against Weatherford HS on Friday at Weatherford. Your Varsity Lady Panthers are now 7-2 in district. For more updates, follow our Twitter @PaschalHSSB.
Diamond Hill-Jarvis HS
Congratulations to the Eagles Varsity Baseball Team on sweeping Carter-Riverside by a score of 6-3. Player of the game is Xavier Barrera. He pitched a complete game and kept the Carter hitters off balance the entire game. #DOMINATE
FWISD Track & Field
South Hills HS
Opening day at District 8-4A tennis championships
Opening round of District 7-5A tennis championships
The Bobcats played hard Thursday at the 4A district tournament winning many medals.
Please congratulate the following JV athletes on their success.
1st place BS1 Hayden Altmiller
2nd place GD1 Reese Dyer and LillyMay Van Horn
1st place GD2 Maile Petty & Francesca Weisiger
1st place MD1 Sophia Jones Kaden Robinson
Western Hills HS
Good morning, last Friday our Varsity Tennis competed at their district tournament. Jainel Patel, Jorge Urbina, Alejandra Mares, and Roy Castellanos will be advancing to regionals. These players will be playing in Lubbock next week, home of the Texas Tech Red Raiders; thanks to the hard work of our players, I'll be visiting my Alma Mater! Jorge and Jaineel are now two-time District Champs, and Alejandra and Roy were able to advance after coming back in their match to win in a tiebreaker set. All our players performed at a high level last Friday, and many of them were able to take home some medals. I am very proud of our team. Thank you for all the support.
FWISD Flag Football
North Side HS
Western Hills HS
Congrats to these guys for going out and competing. Many of them played their first rounds of golf this year. A lot of improvement throughout the season! We are looking to come back even better and stronger next year. We would love to add some young ladies as well!!!
Everyone one of these young men is a dual and some three or even four sport athletes.
Thank you for your continued support of western Hills athletics and our student-athletes!
Missing from picture: Angel Ortiz
South Hills HS
Sergeant Aubrey McDade delivered a power message / Activity about chain of command and holding each other accountable. Thank you for FWISD for providing leadership from the Tomlinson Center For Leadership Program.
Also, our kids graduated from boot camp today 4/8/22. A 3-week process of training our kids the importance of having honor, enthusiasm, and the right mindset to attack each day. The video below speaks volumes.
MS Track & Field
FWISD Shout Outs
Arlington Heights HS
Once again, AHHS comes through to support Stripling. The basketball players brought Bundt Cakes to our Assistant Principals to celebrate their week. Thank you, Olivia, Annie and the Coaches of Heights.
Our junior student/athletes earn their academic sweatshirts. These amazing young ladies are excelling in the classroom and on the field/court.
Evelin Rodriguez- Varsity Soccer
Jennifer Martinez - Varsity Soccer
Giselle Alvarez - Varsity Volleyball
Veronica Thomas - Varsity Volleyball and Soccer
North Side HS: Athletes of the Month
Senior Varsity Soccer - Bruno Rosales (no photo), has set the standard of what can be accomplished for those athletes returning next season. We have been using gametraka (gps tracking system) all soccer season to measure work rate, total distance, top speed, and hard running efforts. In the last game of the season a WIN v. Arlington Heights, Bruno became the first soccer player at North Side to lead in all the metrics. He covered 6.2 miles, ran over 2, 200 meters (22 soccer fields), had a top speed of 19.6 mi/h, a work rate of 96yd/ min and had 41 hard running efforts.
Junior Varsity Track - Abby Martinez (pictured below), leads by example with a positive attitude and excellent work ethic, she works hard on and off the track to better herself and those around her. She finally saw her hard work pay off when she set a new PR in the 800m race. Other Sports: Varsity Cross Country & Varsity Cheer GPA 3.60
Western Hills HS
Congratulations to these young men for signing today to further their academic and athletic careers. We are proud of you and can’t wait to see everything you accomplish!
Kenton Johnson - Lyon College
Savion Thomas - University of St Mary
Kishaun Brookins - University of St Mary