With both teams having previous playoff appearances, coaches and players seek the opportunity to make a comeback. Starting the season during winter break, the teams have a multiple wins and are looking to come out on top throughout district.
After an intense back and forth game between the Varsity Football team and the Keller Indians, the Falcons fell short 38-35. Although players and fans were heartbroken by this disappointing loss, hope has sprung, as the team has advanced to round one of playoffs. The first playoff game will be […]
With the cross country season moving quickly, it seems as if the season is already at an end. Luckily, these runners are used to running at a fast pace, and are making the most of their season. Treating every meet like it is their last, the team is set up for a successful post-season.
Last Wednesday, Junior Halle Sherlock announced that she will be furthering her academic and volleyball career to play at Yale. “I chose Yale because it is one of most prestigious universities in the world and that will provide many opportunities for me after college,” Sherlock said. “They also have a […]
After the baseball, softball and track seasons were cancelled due to threats of COVID-19, Fall season sports starting normally seemed like an outlandish idea. Due to the UIL ruling for 5A and 6A schools, Fall season sports were pushed back until the end of September. This gave coaches and players […]
Former varsity assistant coach, Taylor May, will be the new head coach of the Timber Creek Girls Soccer program. After working under former coach Mike King for six years, May will bring a sense of familiarity to the team, with her own coaching flair.
Due to school cancellations because of the spread of COVID-19, the College Board has moved toward developing online tests that students can take at home. This year’s exams will be given later than expected, starting the week of May 11.
On Friday, Feb. 21, five Falcon wrestlers were sent-off to compete at the state competition in Houston. Throughout the wrestling season, the team worked extremely hard in practices and matches. Finally, the athletes’ hard work would pay off and would be rewarded at the UIL State Wrestling Championship.
After overcoming drug addiction and a former life of crime, Malcolm X became one of the country’s most prominent civil rights leaders of the 20th century. He lead the black power movement of the 1960s and 1970s, and preached to the masses about what it truly means to be a black citizen in the United States.
Throughout this week, Falcon Friends sold roses with chocolates attached to help fund the Special Needs Prom in March. Each rose costs $5, and every additional rose with the bundle is $3. The final day to purchase these is Wednesday, Feb. 5 during all lunches.