A young football Hornet will again spend his summer honing his skills.
Ken Seals, attended a tryout camp March 21-22 in Dallas; over 600 athletes competed.
All were vying for a spot on USA Football’s U.S. National Development Team.
Seals was later notified that he had been selected for the sixth-eighth grade level squad.
From June 29 through July 4, Seals will train in Canton, Ohio with other invitation-only athletes from all over America.… Read the rest
Silent bats quell great pitching
The Hornet baseball team got exceptional outings from two top notch starters.
But Azle (7-10, 3-7) lost a pair of close games to district rivals.
Tommy Kay threw a fine game against Chisholm Trail; after some defensive lapses put AHS behind 3-0 in the top of the first, Kay shut the door.
However, the Hornets continue to struggle at the plate and could only collect two hits in the contest.… Read the rest
Six Azle High School athletes qualified for the Region I meet at Texas Tech May 1-2!
Brooke Smith – pole vault, DISTRICT CHAMP
Katy O’Dell – discus, DISTRICT CHAMP
Kaylie Peters – high jump, DISTRICT RUNNER-UP
Ayden Thomason – 300 hurdles, DISTRICT RUNNER-UP
Trey Ramos – 300 hurdles, DISTRICT RUNNER-UP
Conrad Reinhard – 110 hurdles, DISTRICT RUNNER-UP
We’re proud of all of you – good luck!… Read the rest
A rarity occurred April 7: The Lady Hornet softball team lost a game.
And it was a district game.… Read the rest
Weather moves dates up
Weather continues to be a bugaboo this spring.
The possibility of storms arriving Thursday, April 16 convinced District 5-5A officials to move the two-day track meet up one day.
So the opening day of the event became Tuesday, April 14 with the finals following at Saginaw High School the next day.
Azle has several athletes with shots at reaching the Region I meet in Lubbock May 1-2.… Read the rest