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.
The Timber Creek Varsity Girls wrestling team overcame significant struggles to capture their back-to-back Regional Championship and will take five female wrestlers and one male to the state meet this week.
With five of the six girl state qualifiers returning next season, one in particular has proven over and over that she has what it takes to bring the heat, as Bianca Rosales has shown total domination of both her fears, and the competition.
Finishing off their season strong, with the most athletes to ever qualify for state in the history of the school’s program, the wrestling team took names at the State UIL Competition.
Bianca Rosales, a junior at Timber Creek High School, has led the Girls Varsity Wrestling program to higher heights. Not only have they exceeded expectations, but they’ve now created a competitive atmosphere for their team.