FWISD Athletics

Highlights and What's Ahead!!

(3.31.23) 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

FWISD Soccer

Benbrook HS


Please congratulate Coach Castillo, Coach Taylor and our Lady Bobcat Soccer Team.

Bobcat Proud!!

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Carter-Riverside HS


Diamond Hill-Jarvis HS

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North Side HS: Boys

The "Teachers' Loung" supporting the Steers in playoff action!!!

Thank you to all the faculty and staff who came out to Clark Stadium on Friday (3/24) night and watched the Boys dig deep and beat the Aledo Bearcats 3-2 and win the school's 16th Bi-District Championship and first since 2018. Goals were scored by David Covarrubias, Jaccob Rosales, and the winning goal was an incredible overhead kick by Kenneth Gomez. Fantastic job, guys!

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North Side HS: Girls

Western Hills HS

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Coach's Corner Coach Collins


North Side HS

NSHS varsity girls and boys golf teams competed in district play the past two days and both teams had regional qualifiers. The boys led by Albert Perez and Ivan Segovia took 1st and 2nd medalists. The girls team consisting of Leslie Suarez, Karen Ortiz, Abigail Romero, Ruth Marines and Jolie Perez qualified as a team to the regional tournament held in Lubbock Texas later this month!

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FWISD Tennis

Benbrook HS

Congratulations Coach Hamlett Williams and Benbrook Tennis!!! On to Regionals!!

Benbrook is the district 9 4A champion.

BS2 Caleb Sandquist 3rd place

MD1 Kaden Robinson & Sophia Jones 2nd place

MD2 Piper Archer & Robert Heick 1st place

BD2 Hayden Altmiller & Ryan Trinkle 2nd place

BD1 Ben Gose & Joshua Odonez 1st place

BS1 Julian Cummerow 1st place

GD1 Addison Olford & LillyMay Van Horn 2nd place

GS1 AY Taiwo 3rd place

GS2 Addisyn Little 2nd place

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North Side HS

Day 1 Varsity District Tennis Tournament

Girls Singles last one standing going into Day 2 tomorrow.

Ariana Gomez (SR.) plays in the Championship match. Match starts at 9:30am @ TCU Tennis Courts. If she wins it’ll be our first Girls Singles District Champion since 1927! (From the records we’ve found) We wish her luck!!

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Western Hills HS

The Coughar tennis team played great this week and many Gold, Silver and Bronze medals where earned. Alejandra Mares won Gold in Singles play and is the District Champ. Ximena Miranda and Jacqueline Mares won Gold Doubles and are the District Champs. Jaineel Patel won the Silver in Singles play just short of a Gold. All this players will advance to Regional play in Longview Texas. The following players won Bronze medals and were very close in advancing to Regionals. Orlando Renovato, Aryaman Patel, Elaina Montalvo and Madison Allen.

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FWISD Track & Field


Athletic Coordinators blessed to coach their own children!! Very special!!!
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Western Hills HS

Yesterday, the boys and girls track team traveled to Krum, TX to compete in the Krum Invitational Relays. Two school records were broken along with nine personal records set. Keyon Butler took 1st place in the 110-meter hurdles with a time of 15.69 breaking the old school record of 15.81. Aaron Martin took 1st place in the 100-meter dash with a time of 10.82, breaking his own record of 10.89.

Junior Varsity Girls Results:

4 x 100-meter relay - (Lenaia Hall, Mikayla Pressley, Braylah Brooks, and Drayiana Holmes) 6th place

4 x 200-meter relay - (Lenaia Hall, Mikayla Pressley, Braylah Brooks, and Drayiana Holmes) 6th place

100-meter dash - Drayiana Holmes 5th place

Varsity Girls Results:

4 x 100-meter relay - (Brenda Gonzalez, AnJell Smith, Ja'liya James, and Kyra Kay) 2nd place

4 x 200-meter relay - (Brenda Gonzalez, Ja'liya James, Kyra Kay, and AnJell Smith) 4th place

200-meter dash - AnJell Smith 2nd place

Shot Put - Abby Moilan 1st place

Junior Varsity Boys Results:

4 x 100-meter relay - (Nick Henry, Love Willis, Byrcen Foster, and Xavier Richmond) 2nd place

4 x 200-meter relay - (Nick Henry, Love Willis, Michael Richmond, and Xavier Richmond) 2nd place

100-meter dash - Nick Henry 3rd place

200-meter dash - Michael Richmond 5th place

400-meter dash - Brycen Foster 2nd place setting a personal record with a time of 55.97

800-meter run - Daniel Prince 3rd place

High Jump - Xavier McIntyre 2nd place

Shot Put - Love Willis 2nd place setting a personal record with a throw of 37' 7"; Dominic Salazar 5th place

Discus - Love Willis personal record with a throw of 83' 4.25"

Varsity Boys Results:

4 x 100-meter relay - (Armani Perry Brown, Aaron Martin, Kaream Williams, and Trishtan Willis) 2nd place

4 x 400-meterrelay - (Tavares Hamilton, Armani Perry Brown, Devan Wheatley, and Logan Wagner) 6th place

110-meter hurdles - Keyon Butler 1st place; Trishtan Willis 3rd place setting a personal record with a time of 15.89

100-meter dash - Aaron Martin 1st place; Kaream Williams 4th place

400-meter dash - Armani Perry Brown - 2nd place setting a personal record with a time of 51.65; Logan Wagner 6th place

800-meter run - Benjamin Prince 4th place; Logan Wagner 5th place

1600-meter run - Benjamin Prince 4th place

3200-meter run - Benjamin Prince 4th place

Triple Jump - Foy Ellis 4th place setting a personal record with a jump of 40' 3.75"

High Jump - Foy Ellis 4th place

Shot Put - K'heaven Johnson 5th place; X’zavion Young personal record with a throw of 37’ 6”

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FWISD Softball

North Side HS

After the first round of district play the North Side Softball team is 6 -1!!! Congratulations, Steers!

FWISD Flag Football

Benbrook HS

Flag Football anyone?

Benbrook Defeats Carter Riverside 🏈Go Lady Bobcats

Benbrook Flag Football is off to a great start, winning their first game 27-0 over Carter Riverside. Standouts included Vaughn Aden, Campbell Cox, Chiara Froelich, Judith Jiminez, and Jakira King.

North Side HS

Cameron Arenas was the MVP at the game against Diamond Hill last Thursday (3/23) night. Go Cameron!

North Side's Flag Football team played on Thursday (3/30) night against Southwest and won 34-0! Great job, Steers! Please congratulate the girls flag football team on their 2-0 start to the season! We had a great all-around team performance. Savanna Johnson recorded a 60+ yard TD and Gabby Reyes also caught a long TD from Isabel Ibarra. On defense, Jessica Hernandez and Cameron Arenas recorded multiple flag pulls and Heaven Simmons and Jonoria Cardenas both had an interception! We will be back in action next Tuesday April 4th against Poly @ 6pm!

Black Green Esport Match Day Instagram Story

Paschal HS

Paschal Purple took on O.D Wyatt Thursday night. Ella Herdman displayed her speed early in this one. She had 2 rushing touchdowns. She broke one late in the first half for 65 yards. Bailegh Murray caught a 3pt conversion from Reagan Pitcock. Annie Parsons had several incredible catches and top it off with a 35-yard touchdown reception from Amelia Robbins. Elizabeth Harman scored the 2pt conversion to end the game. On the defensive side of the ball the Panthers had a shut out, only allowing 4 first downs in the entire game. Avery Garcia had an interception. Avery Carrie and Kate Bradshaw each had 2 sacks in the contest. The Panthers won 23-0 and will take on Southwest next Tuesday night.

Polytech HS

The Lady Parrots Varsity Girls Flag Football team get their first victory over Trimble Tech 16-0 a big shout out to the MVP Ashley Cantera!

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FWISD Shout Out

North Side HS

Stephanie Hermosillo – Freshman

Tennis – Stephanie is new to tennis and she doesn’t let that stop her. She has a positive attitude and is always putting in the extra work, improving quite a lot! She placed 2nd in the Girls Singles at the Glen Rose Tournament, and we look forward to watching her grow as an athlete here at North Side.

Armando Medina – Senior

Varsity Soccer – Armando is the goalkeeper for the North Side Boys Soccer Team, and he was a huge reason for our late season success. As he had a huge shutout v. Arlington Heights and made several crucial saves in the playoffs game against Aledo HS to preserve the victory and he also made even more stellar saves in the Lake Dallas loss. Armando is a hard worker on and off the field maintaining a 3.86 GPA.

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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.