FWISD Athletics

Highlights and What's Ahead!!

(2.19.21) What's Happening around FWISD Athletics?

This week has been anything but normal for Texas and our typically mild weather. Mother Nature and Ol' Man Winter showed their brute strength. However, the FWISD Family persevered. Boys' basketball playoffs are anxious to get on the court. HS Soccer will begin catching up on postponed games. Baseball and softball are ready to get on the diamonds, track programs are eager to light up the lanes and many other programs are ready and waiting!!!!

Final District Standings Basketball: 4A & 5A

  • 8-4A BOYS Playoff Teams: 1st YMLA, 2nd Dunbar, 3rd: Eastern Hills, 4th Western Hills
  • 7-5A BOYS Playoff Teams: 1st Wyatt, 2nd Trimble Tech, 3rd Southwest, 4th Arlington Heights

District Standings Soccer: 5A, 6A

  • 7-5A BOYS: North Side, Heights, Wyatt, South Hills, Saginaw, Tech, Poly, Southwest
  • 7-5A GIRLS: Tech, Wyatt, South Hills, Heights, Saginaw, North Side, Poly, Southwest
  • 3-6A BOYS: Tied for 1st with LD Bell and Trinity
  • 3-6A GIRLS: Tied for 1st with LD Bell and Trinity

Basketball Senior Nights

YMLA vs. Western Hills HS


Amon Carter-Riverside HS

Girls’ basketball team’s first playoff appearance in 29 years! Go Eagles!!! Congrats, Ladies, on such an accomplishment!!!!
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Campus Coordinator Highlight

A few words from Paschal Girls' Athletic Coordinator: Sarah Dokie-Reyes

When you look at the forecast and see that there’s snow in the forecast you get excited. But then when you see the forecast calls for an arctic Vortex coming in, things change. We’re supposed to start our softball season with real games this week, that did not happen. With hopes of long practices and awesome tournaments, this is our end result. Snow, ice below zero temperatures and no playing at all. I’ve been at Paschal for 13 years now and I can honestly say this is our first” snowed out” tournament. How do you go from playing one week, to cold winds howling and a snow covered field you were just practicing on? This is our life in Texas!!

Coach Dokie played 5 sports in high school and managed to be in the marching band while maintaining a place in the National Honor Society. Her parents pushed her and her siblings to do everything, but always made sure they loved what they were doing. She always strives to push her athletes to expect and want more out of themselves. A lot of kids come through the Paschal Softball program and tell Coach Dokie she was the hardest coach they ever had. They're appreciate for those life skills learned. Coaches say that is more rewarding then winning state championships. Coach Dokie truly feels that way about her athletes. She's proud of all the accomplishments her student athletes achieve. Calling her when they've finished a semester of college, finishing college, taking a trip or even getting a job they interviewed for. Every success is a win for her kids. This has been her number one objective since she decided to join the education team. Coach Dokie can't imagine doing anything else and is thankful for every teacher, coach, Administrator, janitor and school worker for everything they do for all of our kids.

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Winter Wonderland

Enjoy some pictures of our FWISD Athletic Family and the snow!!

FWISD Athletic Office

Coach Cofer kept close to home; she was not up to battle Frosty and Ol' man Winter!!!

Football & Basketball News


Great job of Coach Peterson and Coach Phillips leading the Riverside girls through their weekly APEC training. The resource has been great for the Eagles offseason programs as they build up for the spring!
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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.