Years ago, I was told by a high school cross country coach that how a team performs at their District Meet can really define their season.
Well if that is the case, then the Forney ISD cross country teams can define their respective 2018 seasons as pretty good.
On a rainy night, the Kaufman Lions football team used their powerful rushing attack to perfection as they defeated North Forney by a count of 39-14.
With the victory, Kaufman improves to 4-1 overall and 3-1 in District 8-5A Division II Play.
Forney ISD Athletics has produced a number of talented athletes in recent years that have gone on to play college level sports. Recognizing their hard work and accomplishments, below is a recap of where these athletes are today.
With sole possession of 1st place in the District 13-5A volleyball standings on the line, the North Forney Lady Falcons defeated the Forney Lady Rabbits in four sets by a count of 25-21, 18-25, 25-21, and 27-25.
The Forney High School cross country teams competed in the Jesuit Invitational Cross Country Meet on Friday, October 5.
This challenging course with hilly terrain offered a great venue for fine tuning the athletes’ fitness
On Friday, October 5, the Sulphur Springs Wildcats defeated the Forney Jackrabbits by a count of 56-47.
Sulphur Springs was led by their quarterback D’Corian Young
Sparked by an outstanding performance from their senior quarterback Jaylin Smith, the North Forney Falcon varsity football team easily won their homecoming game by a count of 49-21.
The Forney High School cross country teams competed in the Ken Gaston Invitational Cross Country Meet hosted by Arlington Sam Houston on Thursday, September 27.
On Saturday morning hundreds of Forney residents gathered along Longhorn Street to watch the North Forney High School Homecoming Parade and many of the children attending had a blast collecting candy thrown from about a dozen cars, trucks and parade floats.
On Saturday, September 22, the Rockwall ISD Middle School teams of Rockwall Williams, Rockwall Utley, and Rockwall Cain dominated the action in the 8th Grade brackets of the Forney ISD Middle School Volleyball Tournament.
Intent on providing timely balanced sports coverage of Forney ISD sports, The Forney Post gladly welcomes local father and son sports writer’s Ken and Michael Morrill.
On Saturday morning the Forney High Jackrabbits paraded through downtown for their annual Homecoming Parade to the delight of hundreds of area families.