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A final hurrah

The Farewell Tour 2016 at South Keller Intermediate School ended earlier this month to make way for the Keller Center for Advanced Learning, a career training facility for high school students.

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Timber Creek wrestler grabs another title, prepares for football

Timber Creek wrestler Rachel Bridges added another championship to her growing resume after she took the title at USA Wrestling’s Body Bar Women’s National Championships in late May. Now, rather than going to the Fargo National Wrestling Tournament, Bridges is preparing for the upcoming football season. Bridges is a returning varsity lineman for the Falcons.

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Carroll baseball coach leaves a legacy of success

When Larry Hughes interviewed for the Highland Park baseball opening in the summer of 1996, he thought it was almost a given he was going to become the Scots’ new baseball coach. But because he wasn’t ready to teach computer classes, he landed at Carroll, where he coached the Dragons to 20 seasons of success.

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Fossil Ridge volleyball seems a good fit for new coach

Hollie Huston hoped her tenure as the Colleyville Heritage volleyball coach would be a long one filled with district championships and playoff appearances. It just didn’t turn out that way. In April, she accepted a similar position at Keller Fossil Ridge and used the last eight weeks of the school year to implement her philosophy. There seemed to be an instant connection.

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Lady Bobcats’ new coach stresses hard work, winning

After a successful career coaching small school girls basketball programs in West Texas, Grady’s Jim Avery began to start looking to make the big jump to a higher classification. Before he even picked up the phone, Northwest ISD athletic director Joel Johnson reached out to Avery to discuss the opening at Byron Nelson.

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Indians again turn in stellar season

The players decided how they were going to play and then went on to accomplish great things. That’s how Keller’s baseball team set its sights after starting the district schedule at 1-2 and ended the season bowing out in the Region I semifinals.

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