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FREE FWISD Sports physicals for the 2018-2019 School year to be held at WGAC on May 5th! See your coaches and or athletic trainer for physical form.

Fort Worth ISD will be having their annual FREE athletic physical examinations for any current 6th grade through 11th grade Fort Worth ISD student interested in playing sports during the 2018-2019 school year on Saturday May 5th at Wilkerson-Greines Activity Center. Times will be determined at a future date pending the numbers each school has participating.

Lady Bulldogs faced Grapevine again in Bi-District round of play-offs, come up short again but have good showing in 10th straight play-off appearance. Pictures of game included.

The Lady Bulldogs once again this year paired up with a really tough Grapevine team that last year was one game short of making it to the state tournament. Grapevine’s caliber showed as they took the victory again this year and will go on to face Wichita Falls in the next round of play-offs. The

Updated location/day/time of playoff game! 1-0 victory on senior night, sends the Trimble Tech Lady Bulldogs into their tenth straight season playing play-off soccer! Pictures of games and thanks to our seniors in post.

It took just one goal with less than a minute left in the first half sends the Lady Bulldog Soccer Team into the play-offs for the tenth straight season. Quite an accomplishment in itself, the girls that placed fourth in district 7-5A will UPDATED face Grapevine which placed first in district 8-5A Friday March 30th at Pennington Field in Bedford

New field for a new year of softball with strong hopes (and pictures of NS game) of play-offs, baseball as well looking strong after Spring Break games. (Pictures of freshmen vs. SH).

The softball team this year has a new field to play on after some landscaping was done to help to try and prevent some flooding issues in certain spots of the field. The field looks great and so far there haven’t been any issues of rescheduling games as the field. The new look teams comes

March Tech Alumni Watch – Award winning NBC 5 anchor/reporter Deborah Ferguson

          March is National Athletic Trainers Month, ironic that February is one of the busier times for an athletic trainer in the state of Texas. As it were with a really busy schedule, I reached out to Brandon Lewis, previous alumni watch recipient, and asked if he would be willing to help me out again.

High Flying Bulldogs end their season with tough battle against State Ranked Northwest Texans. Great season Bulldogs and good luck to the Texans! Pictures of the game are included in post.

On paper, the match up was something that looked like it was going to be a great game to watch, in the end the Bulldogs were always within striking distance but the Texans were just a little bit too big and made quite a few three pointers. After the first quarter the Bulldogs trailed by

Lady Bulldogs season comes to an end again as it did last year in the Quarterfinals at the hand of Colleyville Heritage Panthers, pictures of game included.

The Lady Bulldogs faced adversity all season long, that adversity finally caught up to them along with a very strong Colleyville Heritage team as they came away with the 50-42 Quarterfinal victory Tuesday night. Colleyville Heritage now travels to Snyder to the Regional Play-offs where they will play Canyon. The Lady Bulldogs wish the Lady