On Thursday, Oct. 31, Timber Creek lost a tough matchup to their district rivals, the Central High School Chargers.
Throughout their entire season, the Falcon varsity tennis squad made history, and was undefeated. The high hopes and positive energy that the Falcons came into their season with helped them to succeed.
With wrestling season approaching quickly, the wrestling team will be selling short sleeve t-shirts, long sleeve t-shirts, and hoodies to help fund their season. The deadline to order wrestling spirit wear is Sunday, Oct. 27.
The general consensus is that football receives the most payment of any sport in the school. While I cannot confirm or deny this, I do know one thing: based on our geographic location, this makes sense.
Keller ISD is considering instating a clear bag policy for Keller ISD Stadium starting the 2020-2021 school year. The district is in the process gathering information from other districts such as Denton ISD, Richardson ISD, Northwest ISD, Katy ISD, and Northeast ISD in San Antonio about what has worked in their clear bag policies.
Last Thursday, Oct. 10, Timber Creek lost to Denton Guyer by a score of 30-0 at the Keller ISD Stadium. The game–which only lasted one half due to inclement weather–got out of hand in the first half.