FWISD Athletics

Highlights and What's Ahead!!

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(10.7.22) 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

FWISD Football

Dunbar v. Western Hills

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Southwest HS

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Western Hills HS

Congratulations

to our First 6 Weeks varsity Academic All-Stars!! Great job in the classroom gentlemen!!!

A Honor Roll

Cam Brown

Keyon Butler

Xavier Richmond

Tyreke Lewis

RJ Moilan

Yeshua Muhindo
Emmanuel Nshimiyimana

A/B Honor Roll

Camden Hawkins

Kaeden Foster
Gavyn Harris
Kyu Wilson
Stephun Williams
Danny Crisp Jr

Hakizimana Changwe

FWISD Volleyball

Benbrook HS

Congratulations to Coach Davies, Taylor, and Do and BMHS Volleyball Team for their 3game victory vs Dunbar. The Lady Bobcats are still Undefeated in District Play!

Let’s Work! Bobcat Pride!

Diamond Hill-Jarvis HS

We wanted to take a second to recognize our volleyball teams. JV and varsity started the second round of the district last night with a big win against Western Hills! The freshman were so close but lost the third set 13-15.


Shout out to all the staff that came to support for our pink out night! Even if it was only for a few minutes, the girls love to see faces they know. Sorry if I missed someone!


Ms. Serrano❤️

Mr. Zachry

Ms. Cross

Mr. Tritten

Ms. Drake

Mr. Anakoua

Mr. Anzuldua

Mr. Hilsabeck

Coach Johnson

Coach Cruz

Coach Lizcano

Coach Pruitt

Mr. Martinez (security)

Janitor (night)


Pink Out Win

DHJ athletes supporting DHJ Volleyball in their district win over Western Hills.

Great job Lady Eagles!!!

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Dunbar HS

🐾This week we celebrated being a Wildcat!🐾

Freshmen varsity volleyball player won Homecoming Lady! 🐾💙🏐

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OD Wyatt HS

Wyatt Volleyball kicking off October Breast Cancer Awareness...

with "Painting with Kinfolk" for players and parents.

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Paschal HS

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FWISD Cross Country

Polytech HS

The last 2 weekends have been very exciting for the Poly Nations cross country team. Our girls Sofia Castro and Cecilia Chavez have won top 10 and top 15 medals. Sara Morfin, Tyra Ray and Alejandra Lara won top 20 medals, all were in the 5k race.

In the boys 5k races, Jonathan Cruz won top 15 at both varsity events. Dieve Cyuzuzo also won a top 15 medal in varsity 5k. Deyvi Hernandez and James Queen won jv 5k medals for finishing in the top 20.

Way to go PHS we are proud of You!

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South Hills HS

South Hills off season Track and Cross Country combined are required to maintain an 82 or above. These are the kids who made the honor roll for Track and Cross Country.

A Honor Roll
Jan Ruiz
Jacklyn Morales
Kevin Martinez Guzman

A/B Honor Roll
Angel Brown
Julias Castillo
Adrian Castro
Tanashah Charles
Anthony Chavez
Abigail Guerrero
Karen Hernandez
Lili Hernandez
Lovett Jones
Abigail Lara
Viridiana Loera
Tanya Luera
Magaly Marrufo
Jada Nance
Delight Olatunji
Brandi Olivares
Perla Pasillas
Stephanie Sotelo
Jayda Stevenson
Daniela Washington-Ofion
Alexis Watkins

FWISD Soccer

Dunbar HS

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Paschal HS

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FWISD Golf

Arlington Heights HS

Varsity Boys golf team played yesterday in Granbury at the Briggs Berry Memorial Tournament held at Pecan Plantation Country Club. The team placed 1st.

- Trip Stroube was tournament champion shooting 74.

- Max Adelson placed second individual with a score of 80.

- Pictured left to right: Juan Guajardo, Kye Chesmer, Trip Stroube, Braeden Moore, Max Adelson, and Walker Merritt.

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Paschal HS

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South Hills HS

Boys Varsity golfers at Whitestone Golf Tournament on September 28th

FWISD Basketball

Western Hills HS

This evening, some of our Cougar basketball players took the opportunity to volunteer with the food bank at Western Hills Church of Christ. Our young men are doing exceptional work on and off the court. I hope you enjoy the photos and have a great 4-day weekend! We are now in route to cheer on Cougar Football.

#WeAreWesternHills

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FWISD Softball

Paschal HS

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FWISD Track & Field

South Hills HS

LTAC leadership for track and field and ice baths!!!!!!
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FWISD Swimming

Arlington Heights HS

Arl. Heights is putting on a great meet! 12 schools entered.! Tjings are definitely getting back to normal!

Paschal HS

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FWISD Wrestling

Paschal HS

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FWISD MS VB

McLean MS

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Riverside MS

After a win at Morningside MS!!

Excited for getting to use a libero shirt and transitions during a game💞

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FWISD MS Football

Daggett MS

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FWISD Shout Out

Benbrook HS

Character Activity: Team Work

“The Way to achieve your own success is to be willing to help somebody else get it first!”
Go Bobcats! Family All In!


Meet our Athletes of The Week!

Paige Rutigliano
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Alexis Siddiq
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BMHS Spirit Day:Super Hero “strength coach “ Coach Blair demonstrate lifts!
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Jessica Anzaldua: BMHS Athlete of the week
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Dunbar HS

It’s homecoming season!! The Dunbar Wildcats enjoyed the 2022 Homecoming Parade Thursday afternoon. Several of the athletic teams participated and showed plenty of school spirit. Let’s go Wildcats!

Paschal HS

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OD Wyatt HS

The Wyatt nation celebrated its pyramid. Mr Robinson is pictured with the Spirit Award winner Oaklawn Elementary.

South Hills HS: Coach Thomas Nolley

South Hills Football would like to welcome back previous player and alum, Thomas Nolley as our Receiver coach!

In an interview he explained his experience as an athlete as "... extremely fun, I was part of a winning program. I got to experience the transition from being a decent program to a good program. We had people all around going to college. So it was easy for me to go out there and do what I had to do. Everyone was working together to achieve the same thing, I just happened to be good enough to go to college. When I came [to South Hills], I didn't expect to continue playing in college. I just wanted to play. But they gave me the opportunity to go on, I'm very appreciative to the coaches who I under under. That I now get to oach with. They gave me the opportunity to meet new people, and go all across the world. I got a lot of school spirit. Proud Scorpion!"

When asked how it feels to coach a team he used to play for, he described it as " like going full circle for me, I was once in the same position a lot of these [athletes] are in. I sit back and think 'that was just me a few years ago'. So many of them want to play and go off to college and it reminds me of myself. That insprires me to try my best to be the best possible role model for [these athletes] so that they see anything is possible. I enjoy my job and because of that, all my school spirit always excites me to come to work. There is never a dull moment coaching and enjoying the family environment the team gives me. Seeing my boys in the [field house] support each other and help each other in ways that help them grow, makes me feel like I'm accomplishing the goal of passing on my amazing football experience to them. I don't think there's a better place to call family."

How is your coaching experience going?

"Well, I don't know if it's going exactly the way I planned it. Only because I didn't know exactly what to expect when I first started. Everyone has been extremely positive and accepting, One thing I can say is I"m learning something new everyday. And I'm trying not to make the same mistakes twice. My main thing is to try and set good examples for everyone."

We're very happy to have Coach Nolley on staff this year and can't wait to see what strides he makes with our receivers in the future!

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Southwest HS

It is indeed a pleasure to have a staff of positive productive and prepared young women to coach our female athletes at Southwest High School.

Thank you, Coach Netter, Coach Hudson, Coach Shaw, Coach Kapiamba, Coach Simmons, Coach McEwing, and Coach Wright.

Thank you to our coaches not pictured, Coach Guess, Coach Ja Washington, and Coach Jo Washington.

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Western Hills HS

This school year we started a new weekly meeting with our male athletes. At the beginning of athletic period we have 20-minute conversations that we are calling tough talk Tuesdays. This week's lesson was basic car care and changing a tire. Thanks to Coach Holcomb and Coach Foster for leading today's discussion.

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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.