The It Can Wait national campaign, presented by AT&T, made a pit stop recently at the Keller Library, and showed the dangers of distracted driving. Participants strapped on virtual reality goggles and were able to feel as if they were behind the wheel, having multiple close calls.
After Keller’s Julia Black won the Texas Amateur Athletic Federation (TAAF) regional 1600m and 3200m regional track events at The Colony recently, she still had to prepare for swimming regionals and soccer workouts.
Riley Taylor is going to be the answer to a trivia question as of Aug. 25. When Taylor takes that first snap against Denton Braswell at Northwest ISD Stadium, he will be known as the first quarterback in Haslet V.R. Eaton football history.
I remember vividly when I said that the 2016 high school recruiting period for our area might be the most robust Northeast Tarrant County has ever seen. Well, I could be, and should be, wrong about that. And there’s a good reason. So far, this area has seen eight players give verbal commitments, and that could move well into the teens.
The journey into the great unknown for the Northwest V.R. Eaton volleyball program is less than one month away. After going through 2015 as a junior varsity program, head coach Diane Wilson took the turn to put this program on the track toward its first varsity season.
When Central’s softball team convenes this next school year to begin workouts, they’ll welcome a new head coach to the program. Micah McKinnon will take over the Lady Chargers program this year after having been named to the position just a few weeks ago.