The Junior Varsity Tennis team ended their first tournament of the season on Aug. 9, with two history making wins against Varsity teams. Not only are these wins the first time JV has beat a Varsity team, but they prove the team is equipped for a season of victories.
Golf team tryouts will be early in the week of July 29 at Horse Golf Course. Tryouts will begin sometime between 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. depending on the golfers set tee time. Tee times will be assigned to each golfer come closer to tryouts. Golfers who wish to tryout must participate both days of tryouts.
Tryout applications to be considered as the next Falcon mascot will be available outside of Alisha Fickle’s classroom, M225. Packets will be due Friday, May 17.
In years past, the Powder Puff game has served as a last memory for seniors to hold on to before graduation. It provides an opportunity to unify the school by allowing the underclassman to choose an upperclassman grade to cheer on. Cheer will host the eighth annual Powder Puff game on Friday, May 10 at 2 p.m.
Now at the end of their season, the program finished with the varsity men becoming back-to-back District 5-6A Champions, and the girls varsity taking third overall. With at least one athlete qualifying for the men in 15 events, and the girls taking on 9 of the 17 events at Area Competition, the team’s success has only first begun, and has been invested into the program daily.
The softball team will be going up against Southlake Carroll on Friday, March 29. Hoping to make it into playoffs for the sixth consecutive year, while the team lost starters with the 2018 class athletes graduating, they have made up for it with their new varsity members, as the underclassmen refuse to give up.
Facing off against Keller High School on Tuesday, March 19, though the team lost 7-3, the Timber Creek Baseball Team hit off this season with high expectations and an entirely new set of goals. With their next game held at Keller High School against Keller High School on Friday, March 22, the team continues to push through the grind in efforts to potentially make playoffs and a run for the state championship.
After a season filled with new competition due to a district realignment and additional struggles within the athletes’ personal lives, the Timber Creek Wrestling Team raised the stakes at the Feb. 23 UIL 6A State Championships, becoming the 2019 season competition State Champions.