Football Hornets continue to practice during spring drills. Coaches, new and old, instruct AHS athletes on the Hornet Field turf. The Green-White game that concludes spring practices has been moved up to accommodate the softball playoffs. Photos by Mark K. Campbell
The first tournament for the Azle High School 7-on-7 football team was mighty successful.
The Hornets won the Burleson non-qualifier, going undefeated in seven games.
Azle took down North Crowley, Mansfield Timberview, Trinity A, Trinity B, Burleson Centennial, Burleson B, and, in the championship game, Waxahachie.
The Hornets, coached by John Crow, massively out-scored rivals, 331 to 109.
The first qualifying 7-on-7 tournament for Azle is set for Saturday, May 31.… Read the rest
Azle takes thrilling best-of-three series in Saginaw
by Mark K. Campbell
That was a series for the books.
In fact, Azle High School softball coach Tracy Tadlock said the Azle-Brewer regional quarterfinals best-of-three battle should have been for a state berth.… Read the rest
In a few weeks, a bevy of sports camps arrive here for local youths.
Azle High School will be a beehive of activity the first week of June as three camps will be conducted as well as a cross country distance camp that runs into mid-August.… Read the rest
Two Azle High School cowboys and one cowgirl have qualified for the North Texas High School Rodeo Association Finals.
A top 15 finish in seasonlong rodeos was required to earn a Finals berth.
Austen Malone finished the NTHSRA schedule sixth in bull riding with 202 points. The Hornet tallied all his points in just three rodeos – winning one (72 points) and placing second in two others (65 points for each).… Read the rest