With the high school baseball season winding down, an entire class of seniors is facing the end of a chapter in their lives. For a particular pair of Euless Trinity players, it has been a much longer chapter than most.
Jeremy Fatheree knows his Northwest V.R. Eaton baseball team is playing with some equity. First-year varsity programs are not supposed to be contending for postseason berths anyway, right? But Eaton is.
The Hurst L.D. Bell and Euless Trinity gymnastics programs have once again shined in the run-up to state, with the girls teams from both schools advancing and individual boys reaching the tournament as well.
When you start a varsity baseball program, players and coaches don’t really know what to expect. Even so, Haslet Eaton junior catcher Colby Seltzer had some lofty expectations and is well on his way toward achieving them.
When the Mansfield Summit and Mansfield Timberview baseball teams squared off earlier this month it was a hotly contested game, and Jaguars coach Chris Peacock said he expects more of the same when the two teams meet this week.
For a pair of Mansfield football teams, this spring marks the second under their current head coaches. Both Channon Hall at Summit and Daniel Maberry at Mansfield anticipate things will be a bit smoother this season.
The defending 5A state champs exploded with four runs in both the third and fourth innings and ace Connor Neuman threw a one-hitter as Grapevine earned at least a share of the 8-5A title with one game left at Colleyville Heritage on Friday night.
It went to the final game of the regular season, but Keller Fossil Ridge earned its way back into the softball playoffs. Meanwhile, Haslet Eaton won a district title in its first varsity season, Keller won its district and Keller Timber Creek is playing on as well.
After spending over three hours in closed executive session following reports that the board would not renew football coach Todd Peterman’s contract, “no further action” was taken on district personnel matters.
Arlington Martin senior pitcher Lacy Mann and senior catcher Olivia Reames have played on the same team nearly every year since they were 5 years old. With both going to Arkansas Tech in the fall, they hope for one more long playoff run with the Warriors.