Parkway West Activities

Longhorn Roundup-Newsletter Vol. 3 Issue 6-Oct 7, 2019

Parkway West Athletics

Inside this issue:


  • Underclass Picture Re-Take Day
  • Athletes of the Month
  • Fall Sports Highlights
  • Home Events Next 2 Weeks
  • Winter Sport Start Dates and Times
  • Parkway West Philanthropy--Make-A-Wish Foundation
  • Coaches Podcast
  • Fight Song
  • Parkway Sponsors
Longhorn Sports Productions & News

Your daily source for Longhorn announcements and sports productions.

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Athletes of the Month (September)

Sportsmanship Athletes of the Month (September)

Fall Sport Highlights

Cross Country-- (Girls) in the Dale Shepard Tourney--Varsity: 3rd out of 19 Teams, JV: 1st out of 12 Teams. Lexi Etchason-1st Place, Callie Chambers-Wall-3rd Place. Freshmen/Sophomore: 15th out of 17 Teams


Soccer-- Over the last two weeks the boys soccer program has outscored their opponents 13-9.


Swim and Dive--Boys swimming and diving have continued to add victories in their dual meets along with adding and bettering state qualifying cuts. We hosted a diving invitational Friday, Nick Appelbaum was the winner, Tristan Caudill got his automatic state cut and Tyler Davis went higher on the consideration list! Looking forward to our annual Pink Night meet Monday v Parkway North.


Volleyball--Tonight, 10/7/19 is our Little Longhorn Night and Dig Pink and Green! All Little Longhorns wearing their camp shirt get into the game free.


We still have spots open for our Jeopardy Trivia night this Saturday. Please see attached form and email Susan Anderson (Sanderson1@parkwayschools.net) with any questions or for quick registration.


JV girls volleyball took 2nd in the Parkway North Tournament on 10/5

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Home Events Next 2 Weeks

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Winter Sport Start Dates and Times

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Parkway West Philanthropy--Make-A-Wish Foundation

Parkway West is honored to be able to partner with Make-A-Wish.


Longhorn Universe, let's do what we do to help kids in our area who are battling difficult illness to give them something to look forward to and have a little better day.


Every day around the world, a child battling a critical illness will receive a wish. During a family’s darkest days, wishes can inspire hope, build strength, uplift spirits and encourage the belief in the impossible. Whether it’s a wish to have a puppy, meet a celebrity or be a superhero, each wish we grant at Make-A-Wish is as unique as each child. Yet, one thing remains consistent – the undeniable power wishes can have on a child’s emotional and physical health.


At Make-A-Wish, it is our vision to grant every eligible child’s wish – to ensure more kids have joyful experiences ... and some of the best days of their lives. Because wishes aren’t just nice – they are necessary. This is why wishes matter. This is Make-A-Wish.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uMwY_tnRNOU

Coaches Podcast

Some of you might be interested in a venture Coach Wright and Coach Chazen have undertaken. They have started a podcast which chronicles the history of Parkway West Athletics thru the eyes of former coaches, players, etc...


Their podcasts have a home at the link below:

http://www.buzzsprout.com/444757

Parkway West Fight Song - "Stand Up and Cheer"

Stand Up and Cheer

Stand Up and Cheer For Parkway West

For Today We Raise, the Red and Blue Above The Rest We Are The Best

The Longhorns Are Fighting, For We are Bound To Win This Game

We Got The Team, We Got The Steam

For It’s Parkway West’s Day, Hey!

Thank you to our Parkway Partners