Audrey Kate Ward, better known by her nickname “AK,” has proved to be one of the stronger offensive players in the state throughout her high school career, and the Keller girls soccer team has certainly benefited from her talent.
When Grapevine and Colleyville Heritage begin the 2017 high school baseball season Thursday in the Baylor Healthcare Classic, they’ll each feature some of the hottest talent in their respective programs’ histories. And they’ll be reunited in the same district.
Calvin Herd has emerged as one of the area’s best offensive boys soccer players over the last few seasons. The Southlake Carroll striker had 16 points and eight assists through the first 14 games of the season, and coach Greg Oglesby said last year’s District Offensive MVP has certainly made is presence felt.
The Colleyville Heritage boys soccer team halted a five-game losing streak on Friday night with an 8-1 victory over Fort Worth Dunbar. They gained a little momentum with a 5-0 win over Fort Worth Eastern Hills on Tuesday. The victories kept the Panthers’ playoff hopes alive.
Dianna Sager did not sugar coat it with her team. When the 2016-2017 basketball season began, she told her Colleyville Heritage girls squad that it was the best one she had coached since the 2007 team advanced to the then-Cass 5A Region I semifinals.