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All photos couortesy of Rosalyn Costanzo

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The J.L. Long Middle School cross country team traveled to Carrollton Christian Academy Oct. 1 to compete at the CCA Invitational.

The Long team consists of a large group, and their accomplishments at this meet are astounding for so many reasons. Most of the runners have never run any kind of distance prior to three weeks ago, more than likely they have even surprised themselves. These kids are definitely on the radar now.  Continue Reading »

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Holly Cowart set a personal record of 25 digs against Cambridge. — Courtesy Photo

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The Lakehill Preparatory School varsity volleyball team started district play Sep. 13 against Fairhill and won in three straight sets.

Amanda Boles led the team in kills with 12. Continue Reading »

By Bruce Felps

In the end, Woodrow bested Conrad High last night, 42-34.

The game teetered back and forth with the Wildcats taking a 1-point lead in the third quarter on a Damian Garcia point-after conversion after Conrad missed its previous attempt. Continue Reading »

Cain Muratalla; cheerleader Chloe Carroll, a second-generation Wildcat; Cameron Kurzner; and Riley Barnes — Photo by Emily Whitzel

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The Woodrow Wilson freshman football team, sometimes called “Wildkittens,” proved their mettle by beating Conrad High freshmen, 14-0, last night.

The junior varsity team also won, 22-12. Continue Reading »

By Bruce Felps

J.L Long Middle School organizers need more, even more volunteers to help make next week’s Long Run a success.

The 15th annual Long Run takes place Oct. 6, starting and finishing at the school. Continue Reading »

By Bruce Felps

The Woodrow Wilson High School football Wildcats face divisional foe Conrad High tomorrow night with first place on the line.

The game kicks off at 7:30 p.m., Oct.30, at Franklin Field. Continue Reading »

By Bruce Felps

The penultimate event of the Woodrow Wilson High School homecoming week took place Friday night when the Wildcats took care of a little Hillcrest business, 29-7.

All-world alum Kyle Rains, ’76, once again came through with photos from the game taken by him, Gloria West, and Shelia Cole Wesson, ’80.

Next up: the dance. Continue Reading »

Cris McCarty turned in a strong rushing performance and scored on an 85-yard kickoff return.

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The Lakehill Warriors marched into Trenton Friday night and overwhelmed the short-handed Tigers squad, 42-7.

Offensively the Lakehill running game was in fine form, amassing more than 300 total yards, led by the tandem of Cris McCarty and Milan Rabah.

The duo accounted for nearly 250 yards and three touchdowns. Fullback Keith Mitchell added another 70 yards and a touchdown.  Continue Reading »

Parade Grand Marshal Micki Gunderson Rawlings, first lady of Dallas and Woodrow alumna

By Bruce Felps

The Woodrow Wilson High School homecoming parade dominated some neighborhood streets Wednesday evening much the same way the football Wildcats dominated rival Hillcrest High during Friday night’s 29-7 win.

All-world alum Kyle Rains collected multiple photos — taken by him, Carol Hensley, Gloria West, Lisa Krimm-Smith of the ’90 class, and Beth Labos Basile — from the parade and pep rally, and funneled them over here.

Enjoy the parade retrospective. Continue Reading »

By Bruce Felps

Woodrow slammed the door on the rival Hillcrest High Panthers last night, winning 29-7 at Franklin Stadium.

Quarterback Piers Christian led the homecoming game onslaught with 7-13 passing for 138 years and two touchdowns. He added 190 yards rushing, which included an 80-yard run for a score. Continue Reading »




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