FWISD Athletics

Highlights and What's Ahead!!

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(2.11.22) 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.


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FWISD Basketball

South Hills HS

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Trimble Tech HS

Senior Night

FWISD Soccer

South Hills HS

South Hills G Soccer vs Northside with a 1-0 win!
South Hills G Soccer vs Saginaw

Benbrook HS

The Benbrook girls soccer team hosted a youth soccer night this past Monday, prior to their match with Lake Worth. Players from local soccer teams came to workout during pregame with the varsity Bobcats. The girls were taught how to warmup, stretch and prepare for a match. Once the match began, the youth players stayed to cheer on their new role models. During the match, the Bobcats were able to defeat the Frogs 4-0 posting their 8th consecutive win as they prepare for district to begin this week.

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Trimble Tech HS

The Trimble Tech Lady Bulldogs celebrate a 4-2 win over Saginaw on Tuesday the 8th. Going back to last year, it is the 18th consecutive district win for the Lady Bulldogs!

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FWISD Softball

South Hills HS

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JV 2 softball wins over Sam Houston
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Arlington Heights HS

Arlington Heights Lilliana Pina, signed to play softball with Bethel College. Heights softball is proud of Lilliana and Lokk forward to this season and all those she will play at Bethel.


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FWISD Swimming

Arlington Heights HS

The Arlington Heights Swim Team competed in the District Championships last week at Wilkerson-Greines Natatorium. Both Boy's and Girls' teams won in convincing fashion and dominated the field of five. Congratulations 1st year HC (Gober) and his swim team on a job well done! Arl. Heights boys & girls swim teams won the overall team championship. It is now on to regionals! AyyyHeights!

Boys were led by David Robacker, Ethan Garrett, and Kennedy Edwards.

Girls were led by Adelaide Nichols, Jacqueline Posina, and Maggie Newman.

Paschal HS

This week our swim team faced some of the toughest competition we have faced all season. Districts were hard, but regionals were much tougher. We competed against all the Keller schools from our district, schools far out west such as El Paso, San Angelo, Odessa, Mansfield and Arlington were all represented at this swim meet. We had some goals and aspirations all year to make it to regionals and take as many people as we could to regionals. In prelims and finals, I think we passed that goal and accomplished more. 4 of our relays out of 5 made it back for finals the next night. Our girl’s 200 medley relay came so close to breaking the school record by .60 of a second with a time of 2:01:46. The 200 free relay for our girls made progress and improve their time as well from the prelims swim. Daphne Barrett, Madison Zamarripa, Ryan Louden, Joye Hatter, and Anna Werth were all key contributors to both relays.

Ryan Louden had some good races and made both regional finals and ended up finishing 7th out 24 swimmers in the 200 free and she competed in the consolation final in the 100 fly finishing in 7th place.

On the boy’s side Grant Chapa had some fierce hard competition in both of his races. It was a battle. The top 2 places in each event automatically go to state each year. In the 200 IM he placed 3rd with a time of 1:51:45 breaking his previous school record he set less than a month ago but missed qualifying for the state automatic bid by .24 of a second, by missing out on 2nd place. It looked like a disappointing outcome, but the day after it turned around for his good. He ended up making the list as a wild card qualifier to compete at state in that event. In the 100-yard backstroke he earned his first automatic bid by placing 2nd place with a brand-new school record time of 50.91.

Our boys' relays were solid in the 200 free relay, and we made progress and drop time in our 400 relay. Grant Chapa, Andrew Booth, Omar Baslaim, Kyle Reagan, Kelvin Nguyen, and Kendrick Hayes were all contributors on both relays that made the finals. Overall our season is not over, and we are excited and happy to see Grant Chapa move on and represent Paschal and Fort Worth in Austin at the 6A state championship meet next weekend February 18th-19th.

FWISD Wrestling

Benbrook HS

Congratulations to the Benbrook Bobcats boys and girls wrestling teams. They competed in the

District 5 5A meet last Wednesday at Colleyville Heritage High School. The following athletes placed at the district meet. They will be advancing to the regional tournament this weekend at Frisco Memorial High School for a chance to make it to the state tournament


Bella Aranda 2nd - Advancing to Regionals
Tatiana Spencer 3rd - Advancing to Regionals
Jessy Coons District Champion - Advancing to Regionals
Calliope Haefner 4th - Advancing to Regionals
Neriah Goulding 5th – First Alternate
Kas Stevens 6th
Camden Williams 2nd - Advancing to Regionals
Anna Moser 2nd ­- Advancing to Regionals


Cameron Mcguire 3rd - Advancing to Regionals
Tyler Reeves 5th First Alternate
Moses Hernandez 3rd - Advancing to Regionals
Morgan Clark 5th – First Alternate
John Watson 6th

Team place
Girls FWISD Champions, overall 2nd place
Boys FWISD Champions, overall 7th place

Out of 16 schools

Jessy Coons was named outstanding female wrestler

Coach Cribbs was Girls District 5-5A

Coach Of the year

Coach Carrillo Girls Asst Coach of the year

Paschal HS

Paschal Boys and Girls wrestlers braved the winter weather and competed in the District 2-6A Tournament at Keller High School over the weekend. All 14 wrestlers worked hard all season and fought their tails off over the weekend. I'm pleased to announce that there are 5 wrestlers, 3 girls and 2 boys, who will go on to represent Paschal at the Region 1-6A Tournament in Haltom City at the end of this week.

On the girls' side, Junior 102 lb. Yaquelin Lorenzana took 4th Place, Sophomore 185 lb. Kristal Martinez took 3rd Place, and Junior 215 lb. Emily Roydes took 3rd place. This will be Yaquelin's and Kristal's first time competing at the regional level. Emily is now a 2-time regional qualifier for Paschal.

On the boys' side, Sophomore 138 lb. Luke Wilson took 3rd Place, and Senior 160 lb. Ben Dyer also came away with 3rd. This will be Luke's first time competing at the regional level. He joins Ben who is now a 4-time regional qualifier and 2-time state qualifier for Paschal.

All 5 of these individuals have worked hard for months to get to this point. Now they go on to try and cement their spots in the UIL State Tournament in Houston next weekend. The wrestling staff could not be prouder of these athletes and of all our wrestlers throughout this season. Please congratulate them and wish them good luck in the coming weeks!

FWISD Tennis

Western Hills HS

The tennis team participated in a big tournament yesterday that hosted 12 teams. Despite this the team was able to fight its way into some medal matches. Jaineel Patel and Jorge Urbina placed 3rd in male doubles. Emily Solis and Roberto Torres finished 2nd in mixed doubles. Areli Nunez and Erick Perez finished 3rd in mixed doubles. Thank you for all your support!

FWISD Flag Football

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FWISD MS Basketball

Benbrook MS

Congratulations to our MS 8th girls basketball 🏀. They showed out last night!!! Great display of effort, hard work, an pride!! Congratulations Coach Donart, Carlin, and M. Slater.. KEEP THAT BALL 🏀 BOUNCING!!! Onward to the Saturday Showdown!!!!

FWISD Football

Super Bowl Sunday: Arlington Heights HS


Polytech HS

Cheer delivers breakfast for Counselor appreciation week !!!!!

FWISD Shout Outs

South Hills HS

Thank you to RunUnited of Mansfield for partnering up with South Hills Track to get our kids in quality running shoes!!

Southwest HS

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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.