FWISD Athletics

Highlights and What's Ahead!!

(1.27.23) What's Happening around FWISD Athletics?

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. @FWISDAthletics


Paschal HS

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Arlington Heights HS

The Arlington Heights High School cheerleaders competed in the UIL State Cheerleading Championship on January 12th. The cheerleaders made school history when they became the state runner up, missing state champion by only .5. The cheerleaders are coached by Kimberly Lopez, Rhonda Psencik, and Darcia Carter. We are so proud of their accomplishments this year. Next up is UCA Nationals in Florida!

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FWISD Basketball

Dunbar HS

Over the break, our families had a blast with food, games, and of course some basketball skill work!
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Southwest HS: Unified Team

Southwest beat South Hills and two of our athletes received their letter jackets for competing in State Games last year. Jennifer Bell and Saei'byon Shepherd.

Thank you all for your continued support.

Trimble Tech HS

Trimble tech boys varsity basketball beat south hills on Tuesday 1-24-23 with an enthralling buzzer beater! The final score of this nail biter was 47-46.

Damien Hollingsworth had 17 points and Nathan Harris had 7 points and the game winning shot.

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Western Hills HS

The boys' basketball teams travelled to YMLA last Friday night to close out the first round of district play on the road. The sub-varsity teams lost their games, with the JV game coming down to the last possession of the game and losing by a point. Kyu Wilson, Robert Jones, and Michael Richmond had great performances in the close defeat.

The varsity team played incredible defense throughout the night including holding YMLA to 3 points in the fourth quarter to come away with a 39-31 victory and spoil the YMLA homecoming. Junior Xavier McIntyre led the Cougars with 9 points and also added 7 rebounds. Our boys showed tremendous toughness and composure throughout the contest.

The win puts the Cougars at 3-3 in district play.

FWISD Soccer

Carter-Riverside HS

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Polytech HS

The Poly Nation would like to give a huge shout out to the Varsity girls soccer Team!! Keep up the good work ladies!!

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Southwest HS

I would like to inform you that this past weekend the JV Girls Soccer Team brought home the 3rd Place in the H&H Soccer Tournament.

The tournament took place in the soccer fields at Arlington Heights HS and Western Hills HS from Thursday 19th through Saturday 21st

With 3 victories and 1 lost our team took home the 3rd place in a highly contested tournament. The girls scored 10 goals during the tournament and received 5.

This is a big win for the girls and for the program therefore I believe that it has to be shared and celebrated.

--From Coach Moreno

FWISD Swimming

Arlington Heights HS

The Heights Swim Team won the District Championship last night at Wilkerson Grienes Natatorium.

Ethan Garrett was Named Swimmer of the Year on the Boys side while Adelaide Nichols was named Swimmer of the Year on the Girls side.

The girls were led by Jaqueline Pessina, Hannah Laroia, Maggie Newman and Adelaide Nichols.

Ladies won all of their races and won District by a large margin.

Heights Boys have had a year long battle with Southwest Boys Swim Team and squared off one more time for District honors. Heights entered 14 events and won all 14 with 10 events being Personal Records.

Sebastian Moreno won Boys 100 yard Backstroke

Brenner Schertz won the Individual Medley and 100 Butterfly

Luis Gonzalez won the 200 Freestyle

Wesley Meyers won the 100 Freestyle

Ethan Garrett won the 50 Freestyle & BreastStroke

Big night for the Boys Swim team to pull this off.

All Heights Swimmers qualified for Regionals next Friday in Mansfield.

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Benbrook HS

Freshmen Keely Fyffe is on stage with Western Hills Coach and swim team competing for FWISD at The Regional Swim Meet in Frisco.

Keely is competing in her 2 events: 50 and 100 free. She swam well and will continue her competition on Saturday. Great showing for BMHS and FWISD.

Good Luck Keely and The FWISD Swim Team

FWISD Wrestling

Benbrook HS

Your Benbrook Wrestling team performed really well last night at our first ever Wrestling Senior Night.

The Girls Beat Colleyville Heritage 54- 12, without standout performances by Nancy Trejo, Hannah Colvin, Calliope Haefner and Nataleigh Zapata.

They Then Beat Springtown 60-6 with big pins coming from Judith Jiminez, Nadia Borjas, and Kas Stevens.

The girls will be competing at the State Duals on Friday 1/20, this is Invitation only, top 16 teams in the State!

The Boys were a bit short handed ,missing 6 starters ,but they also did well on the night. Some JV athletes really stepped up beating Colleyville Heritage 48-36. Then they fell a bit short to Springtown. Standouts were Gavin Henderson, Erick Morrison, Christian Nixon, Landry Wilkinson, Jason Cortez, Zack Burks and Caleb McFadden.

The Girls and Boys Wrestling Teams had a busy weekend. It started off with the Girls wrestling at the THSWCA State Duals Meet. The Girls were picked to finish 16th out of 16. They finished 8th with convincing wins over Frisco Wakeland and Dallas Hillcrest. It was a big day for Vaughn Aiden going 4-1 with 4 pins, Nataleigh Zapata, Nadia Borjas, and Nancy Trejo.

The boys then travelled to Lewisville High School on Saturday and defeated Lewisville in a close Dual 36-34.

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FWISD Tennis

Benbrook HS

A few of our BMHS tennis 🎾 athletes on stage at The Richland Tennis Center. Coach Hamlett-Williams is coaching them up! Keep up the good work! Several Medals 🏅 already captured 🙌🏼Bobcats #1

Coach Hamlett-Williams coaching her team up!
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The Bobcat Tennis Team battled it out in the wintry weather at The Springtown Tennis Tournament at The Richland Tennis Center. Congratulations to Coach Hamlett Williams for a job well done.

BS1 (Julian Cummerow) & BS2 (Robert Heick) and BD1 (Josh Ordonez & Ben Gose) & BD2 (Caleb Sandquist & Ryan Trinkle) received 1st and second in their perspective order. GS 1 (AY Tiawo) received 1st. defeating Poolville in tiebreaker, GS3 ( Lillymay Vanhorn) won 3rd consolation. In MD1 Kaden Robinson & Sophia Jones received 1st place.

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FWISD MS Basketball

Benbrook MS

The MS 8th Grade Lady Bobcats 🏀Win Again ! Way to Go Lady Bobcats.

Congratulations Coach Carlin

Daggett MS

Daggett MS 8th Grade Girls Basketball team is on a 3 game winning streak, beating McLean 8B, Stripling and Jacquet. With one game left we are on our way to having a winning season which we haven’t had since the year before Covid.

Coach Reyes and Coach Svensson are very proud of our girls and the hard work they have put into this season.

Go Lady Bulldogs!!

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Elder MS

The J.P. Elder cheerleaders competed in the 2nd Annual AHHS Middle School Cheer Competition. Elder placed 1st in the stunt competition and 4th in our division. Congratulations Elder Cheerleaders!

FWISD Shout Out

Arlington Heights HS

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Elder MS

Our 1st annual 6th Grade Girls Night was a huge success! We are looking forward to having them all part of Girls Athletics next year!🤘🏽Huge shout out to Mr. Murray for helping us make this vision come alive!

Win or lose, Yearlings are always #1

North Side HS

Thank you to the North Side Culinary department for hosting a team building dinner for the North Side Girls Soccer Team. It was the tastiest team building activity I’ve ever been a part of.
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OD Wyatt HS

WHS students are very appreciative of the donated shoes they received!!!!

South Hills HS

Volleyball athletes Oluwafunke Adebo and Kalani Jenkins advance to the State Future Business Leaders of America competition for the 2nd straight year. They took 2nd in the area meet in Intro to Social Media Strategies. These two also participate in UIL Academics. Coach Gillespie coaches them in volleyball and the other 2 events as well. Fantastic girls!

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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.