Highlights and What's Ahead!!
(9.30.22) 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
South Hills HS
We would like to recognize the following student athletes for making the A/B honor roll the first six weeks. Congratulations and keep being the example of what a student athlete should look like!
Nofal Qadhi - A
Jesus Arreola -A/B
Rene Castro- A/B
Erick Flores - A
Kameron Ford - A/B
Andre Gill - A/B
Carlos Huckaby - A/B
Angel Medina - A/B
Anthony Oceguda - A/B
Michael Pena - A/B
Miguel Samano - A
Luis Sancen - A
Steven Trevino - A/B
The Lady Parrots Varsity and JV volleyball teams both took home their first district win against O.D. Wyatt! Not only did every player display amazing athleticism, but they also showed a huge level of sportsmanship and Poly pride while at another campus. We are so proud of them!
FWISD Cross Country
Benbrook Bobcat and Lady Bobcat Cross Country at Prowl in the Park here in Benbrook (at Dutch Branch Park). Great Finishes!
JV Boys captured 1st Place! Go Bobcats!
JV and Varsity Girls 2nd place overall! Let's Work!
Varsity boys top 20 medalists: Levi Brawley 10th, Sean Starwaldt 17th, Hudson Felker 18th, Daniel Viola 19th and Trentin Hornbeck 20th.
JV boys top 20 medalist: Kaden Robles 7th, Casey Wilson 8th, Ethan Farr 9th, and Andrew Herrill 17th
Girls top 10 medalist: Carley Couch 4th, Ruth Walker 5th, Isabell Aranda 10th ,Hannah Anderson 17th.
Principal Penland and Grubbs were on the scene to support our Bobcats!
Faculty, Administrators, and Athletes! A Family All In Affair!
Congratulations Coach Donart , Coach Simon and BMHS XC for a Job well done!
Go Bobcats! Let's Work!
Coach Harrison with the Benbrook Alley Cat Podcast on the scene to interview Coach Donart and Bobcat athletes about their successes at the Prowl In The Park XC meet.
Go Bobcats! Bobcat Pride!
The Dunbar Cross Country Team competed in the Mansfield Invitational today. The athletes ran their best and are ready for district!
North Side HS
Sat 24th was a beautiful day for a run and to top it off we had 8 of our North Side runners PR on a very tough course with 2 of them placing in the top 20.
FWISD Cheer & Drill
Arlington Heights HS
Varsity cheer performed at the North Hi Mount Walkathon and had a great time getting to know some of their students!
Arlington Heights HS
The Lady Jacket basketball team took time out to celebrate HOCO 2023. They were able to bond and build new relationship with one another. Our float was The Red Carpet featuring The Hidden Figures, Scooby-Doo Doo and the Mystery Van, Ghostbusters and Bring It On. We also couldn't forget the infamous Paparazzi.
Dunbar HS: Girls
Pics from the GEM Program by the Dallas Mavericks that came out to INSPIRE,ENGAGE, and EMPOWER our Dunbar Lady Wildcats along with UT Southwestern Medical Staff to talk about mental wellness.
Carter Riverside Lady Eagles softball hard at work not only at softball drills but in the weight room!
FWISD Athletic Training
Trimble Tech HS
FWISD MS VB
Elder Volleyball Program had the opportunity to take 52 student-athletes to watch TCU Volleyball! It's always an awesome opportunity to see the excitement in their eyes as they watch older athletes playing a sport they love. Thank you all for your continuous support! 🏐🤘🏾
"Wedgwood MS Volleyball had a great first tournament this past weekend, Sept. 24th, at the South Hills High School Cowtown Classic Tournament. The 7th Grade Lady Warriors made it all the way to the Championship game and brought home 2nd place! These young ladies have shown so much heart for the sport of Volleyball. All of the Wedgwood/Southwest Coaches are so proud of the young athletes they are becoming. Keep up the great work, Lady Warriors!!"
FWISD MS XC
The Jacquet Cross Country Team had a great time running at the Burleson Middle School Invitational on Saturday. All the athletes ran a personal best! Next up the Kennedale Junior High Invitational.
North Side HS Pyramid
North Side Cross Country had a great turn out for the Paschal Invitation on Sep. 17th with the middle school cross-country teams at Kirkpatrick Middle and JP Elder. Kirkpatrick middle even had a two of the girls' place in the top 20.
FWISD Shout Out
BMHS Weekly Athletics Character Activity and Athlete of The Week.
Our Character Activity presentation for the week was Commitment
Congratulations to the following athletes for their Effort, determination, dedication, and commitment daily as they succeed in athletics and in the classroom.
Congratulations Ladies!!! Keep up the Good work!
Go Lady Bobcats! Let's Work!
North Side HS: September Athlete of the Month
Mariana Calamaco – Sophomore
Varsity Cross Country, Mariana has perfect attendance in school and at cross country practice/meets. She's focused and determined in everything that she does, doesn't complain, she just goes and does it! While some of you might not recognize her at North Side, that's because she attends the Marine Creek Collegiate HS Campus and then still finds the time to run Cross Country and play on North Side's Softball Team. This season Mari has hit a new PR at each meet and we're hopeful she'll qualify for the Regionals in Oct.
Marcus Antonio Miles – Senior
Varsity Football, This tall statue of a kid is holding it down as a student/athlete. As a new transfer student, he has not relented in his pursuit to be better. Better in class, better in school, better on the field and better in life. As you see I am very impressed with what this student represents. I know for a fact he will follow in the footsteps of his destiny, leaving North Side to attend the college of his choice. With a GPA of 3.38, for the class of 2023. This young man reminds me of what a person can accomplish with character and commitment. Marcus has supported the North Side football program since being a freshman. While he attended Marine Creek Collegiate High School that believes, “Students will be provided a compass to aid them in their journey while anchoring them in their values to help them navigate the seas of life.” Marcus has accomplished the foundational portion of his journey. Great things are expected from this young man.