The winless Paschal Panthers’ game against their district rival, the North Crowley Panthers (1-3), was postponed at halftime Thursday night at Farrington Field due to severe lightning and heavy rain.
The halftime score was 28-3, after Nor
On a chilly night at Wilemon Field, the Paschal Panthers dropped their ninth game in a row, bringing their overall record to 0-9 and 0-6 in district.
The game started out on a sour note for the Panthers when senior quarterback Chris Hanson&rsqu
A “hearbreaking loss” is a sports cliché, but to the Paschal Panthers, it probably seemed like the most appropriate way to describe their overtime loss to Sam Houston in Arlington Friday.
The still-winless Panthers ended regu
The Paschal Athletic Booster club begins the football season with a change in its parking system.
Cindy Merritt, a booster club volunteer, said Paschal general parking will no longer be free to all Horned Frog fans. Instead, visiting tea
Houston Christian has something Fort Worth Country Day needs: a conference win.
FWCD (2-3) must defeat Houston Christian (1-4) to remain in contention for a playoff berth.
“This is our chance,” head coach Frank Gendusa said.
Dutch’s Hamburgers will soon have a rooftop patio complete with TVs, speakers, ceiling fans, misting fans and party lights.
Construction started on the two story deck in November, Kay Greenlee, Dutch’s general manager, said and shou
Arborlawn United Methodist Church boasts a renovated 46,000-square-foot facility.
The church has spent more than three years working out every detail that has gone into the final design.
The design mixes the traditional with today&rsquo
The dream of returning to the Southwest Preparatory Conference II championship for Fort Worth Country Day was shattered by the 42-7 loss to All Saints Episcopal School last Friday.