Editor’s Note: The Rumble is a monthly reporting series from The Red Ledger that covers sporting events around the school.
Wrestling hits the mats
Coming off one of the best seasons in history, according to head coach Mike Eaton, the wrestling team has begun preparing for the 2020 season.
“We expect to build on last year's success and take that next step this year,” Eaton said. “We finished fourth in the state in the State Dual Championship and would like to improve on that finish. In addition, we would like to win the regional tournam...
Hockey skates into play
After a 0-2-1 start to the season, the Leopards look to move forward to playing Birdville High School on Oct. 18.
“I think as a team we will continue to get better and learn from each other and how we play over the season,” sophomore defensive player Jimmy Thorpe said.
The team is very young, consisting mostly of sophomores and freshmen.
“The team will have a very tough challenge ahe...
Soccer kicks off practices
After a 12-3-2 record to end the cancelled season last year, the Leopards boys team looks to pick back up where they left off.
“I think the team is going to start off really strong, and if we continue with our work ethic, we will thrive during the season,” senior outside midfielder Gavin Moore said. “Even though we lost some seniors, the senior class and upcoming underclassmen as well as t...
The Leopards have already begun their season with two tournament wins. On Saturday Oct. 10, the team brought home the Ray Roberts Team Champion Title. Juniors Connor Dunn and Ian Nash both placed first in the tournament.
“It feels great,” junior Ben Burns said. “We have done really well this year so far as a school already having two victories. A lot of our team has been putting in the hours,...