The history-making undefeated district champion Timber Creek Lady Falcons Softball team is ready to move to the next level, taking on LD Bell for a bi-district playoff.
Half way through the district season, the varsity softball team is currently undefeated and ranked number one in 1-6A region. Making their way through district and beating competitive teams like Keller and Eaton, the win streak looks like it shows no sign of stopping. After a few seasons off from the program making playoffs, this season looks like a different story.
17 Timber Creek High School student athletes signed National Letters of Intent to play college sports on Feb. 3, 2021.
Sports around the world have been delayed or postponed and Falcon athletes in multiple sports have experienced no exception to these cancellations.
There’s been a slight change up in the UIL District alignment for the 2020-2022 seasons. Denton Guyer has been moved to a different district, while the rest of Creek’s opponents remain untouched.
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.
With 12 senior student-athletes from soccer, volleyball, baseball and softball participating, the Timber Creek High School Fall Signing took place on Wednesday, Nov. 14, at