Athletics

Plano ISD

Athletics

Plano ISD

Athletics Headlines

  • Soukup named new Plano West head football coach

    Kelsey Samuels, ksamuels@starlocalmedia.com

    Tyler Soukup, who served as Hebron's offensive coordinator last season, was appointed the new head football coach and athletic director for Plano West Senior High School at Tuesday's Plano ISD school board meeting.

    Soukup will replace former athletic director and head football coach Scott Smith, who accepted a new position within the district in November after a second consecutive 0-10 campaign for the Wolves.

    Tyler Soukup

     
    Full story at PLANO STAR COURIER.
    Comments (-1)
  • Allen takes home 10th consecutive title on mat, West's Lekas earns gold

    The Allen boys wrestling team won its 10th straight team state championship Saturday, running away with the competition at the Berry Center in Cypress. The Eagles finished with 241.5 points, blowing away runner-up Arlington Martin (138). Katy finished third with 76 points, while Plano West took fourth (64). The Eagles had five individual state champions. 

    In the 5A boys competition, Frisco Liberty took sixth place, while Frisco Lone Star finished 10th and Frisco took 12th.

    On the girls side, both Frisco Liberty (5A) and Coppell (6A) took second place in the team competition. In 5A, Carrollton R.L. Turner took fifth, while Lovejoy earned sixth.

    Ashley Lekas

     

    Comments (-1)
  • Championship Cats: Plano Senior girls capture first state championship

    Wildcats clutch down the stretch to earn crown

    Devin Hasson dhasson@starlocalmedia.com

    SAN ANTONIO—Plano Senior’s determination would not be denied.

    On the cusp of history, the Lady Wildcats trailed Converse Judson by as many as 10 in the second half, but their play, and their confidence, never wavered.

    Plano made clutch play after clutch play down the stretch to claw its way back into it.

    After a series of big plays by several different players, Plano had Lolo Davenport at the free throw line with 6.3 seconds left and a two-point lead. Davenport made the first and when the second slipped off the rim, Jordyn Merritt was there for the putback to seal a 62-58 victory and set off a raucous celebration to cap the Class 6A championship game at the Alamodome.

    See full story at PLANO STAR COURIER.

    2018 STATE CHAMPION

    Comments (-1)

Upcoming Events

  • There are no upcoming events to display.

View Calendar
CLOSE
CLOSE