Friday, Oct. 8, The Lady Falcons took on rivals Byron Nelson at a home game that ended in a 3-set sweeping victory.
On October 14th, 2021, the Team was celebrated with a send away parade to compete in the area playoffs in Abilene, Texas. This comes after won their Bi-District match on Monday, beating Chisom Trail High School by a final score of 10-7. The Falcons look to take on San Angelo Central next week in an epic dual of rackets. The team was led out by a drumline and cheering students, patting the head of the Falcon statue at the end for good luck.
View photos from the JV and Freshman Football Game against Byron Nelson High School on Oct. 7, 2021. All photos available for purchase here.
On Friday October 8th, Timber Creek was defeated by Byron Nelson high school by a final score of 28 to 49. This was Timber Creek’s first loss in district, and comes after a win against Fossil Ridge in their previous game. This evens out their district record at 1 win and 1 loss.
On Friday October 2nd, Timber Creek beat divisional rival Fossil Ridge high school by a final score of 44 to 28. This win was Timber Creek’s second of the year, and comes after a win against West Mesquite in their previous game. This game was Timber Creek’s first district game of the year, and sets the Falcons in a good position as they go into next week undefeated in district play.
Falcon Theatre will put on their first fall show, Frankenstein, from Thursday, Sept. 23 through Saturday, Sept. 25 at 7 p.m. and Sunday, Sept. 26 at 2 p.m. in the Fine Arts Center. Tickets will cost $5 for students and $10 for adults and will be sold at the box office.
Both the Timber Creek Falcons and their starting quarterback Jacob Porter were crowned victorious in their 2021 Homecoming game, with the team toppling West Mesquite High School 40-35 and Porter crowned Homecoming King.
Homecoming week festivities continued on Thursday afternoon as the underclassmen and staff members for Timber Creek’s 2021 Homecoming Court were crowned at the Sept. 16, 2021 Pep Rally.
Timber Creek’s Parent Teacher Student Association continued their Homecoming tradition of providing mums and garters for some special students at TCHS.