Golf pro Patrick Buhrmann has seen it before.
Between 40 and 50 hopefuls are headed to Cross Timbers Golf Course where Buhrmann is the head golf pro.
Those golfers due on Friday, April 10 are hoping to pass the PAT – Playing Ability Test.… Read the rest
The varsity headed to Godley and Coach Lisa Helm said the 8-team tourney had “some great competition.”
Two doubles teams finished as runners-up.
Cody Cook-Kaleb McEwen took second in boys doubles.
In mixed doubles, John Vining-Briana Moore displayed “outstanding heart and hustle” with their second place effort, Helm recalled.… Read the rest
Grapevine eliminates AHS in Saginaw
by Mark K. Campbell
Promising soccer seasons ended in bi-district for Azle High School varsities, but don’t think the seasons weren’t successful, coaches said.
At Saginaw High School March 26, Grapevine eliminated AHS.
The girls played first, falling 6-0. Afterward, the boys lost to their Mustang counterparts 2-0.
First year coach Jason Beck had nothing but praise for the Lady Hornets.… Read the rest
A two-day meet at Saginaw Rough Rider Stadium March 27-28 was conducted in sunny weather and gave Azle athletes a chance to see local talent.
AHS had plenty of exceptional efforts of its own.
Varsity boy Conrad Reinhard won both hurdling races.
Two varsity Lady Hornets were golden in jumping events – Kaylie Peters in high jump and Kara Moore in the long jump.
Elizabeth Verrett won the 400 in the JV division and Cody Drolet placed in both distance races for the JV boys.
Next up is a meet at Keller April 2.
Simants is 5-5A champ
The Lady Hornet varsity golf team finished third at the District 5-5A golf tournament in Weatherford.
Azle was led by district champion sophomore Jessica Simants; she fired a 164 over 36 holes at Canyon West Golf Course.
AHS’ other scores were Riley Sparks, 211; Miranda Davis, 217; Tristen Rush, 239; and Taylor Smith, 253.
Next up for Simants is the Region I event at Texas Tech in Lubbock April 13-14.… Read the rest