Aledo High School will host the Bearcat Relays on Friday, March 20 at Bearcat Stadium.
Field events will begin at 3:15 p.m. with running finals scheduled to begin at 5:30 p.m. Running finals will not begin until the conclusion of long jump and triple jump field events.
3:15 – field events
Field event order:
Shot put, ring No. 1 – Varsity Girls, Varsity Boys
Shot put, ring No. 2 – Junior Varsity Boys, Junior Varsity Girls
Discus, ring No. 1 – VB, VG
Discus, ring No. 2 – JVB, JVG
Long jump, pit No. 1 – VG, VB
Triple jump, pit No. 2 – VB, VG, JVG
Long jump, pit No. 3 – JVG, JVB, triple jump JVB
High jump, pit No. 1 – VG, VB
High jump, pit No. 2 – JVB, JVG
Aledo officials kicked off the 21-day countdown to a train-horn quiet zone in the downtown area with a symbolic clock Wednesday. Railroad and federal officials have signed off on the safety improvements incorporated into the Aledo Trail traffic circle, which creates a quiet zone for trains at the two crossings which see 19 to 32 trains a day.
Aledo senior pitcher Isaac Hale fires a fast ball in the first inning of the Bearcats' 3-1 victory over Joshua Tuesday afternoon in the District 8-5A opener at the AHS baseball field. In a complete-game effort, Hale allowed two hits while walking a pair and striking out seven.
Aledo senior pitcher Isaac Hale threw a two-hitter with seven strikeouts to lead the Bearcats to a 3-1 victory over Joshua Tuesday afternoon in the District 8-5A opener at the AHS baseball field.
Hale, who pitched seven innings, struck out the last two batters to seal the win.
The Bearcats scratched for a run in each of the second, third and sixth innings.
In an effort to avoid an incoming rain storm, Aledo High School's home varsity softball and baseball games will be played at 5 p.m. today.
The Ladycats will face Everman in a District 8-5A softball game at the AHS softball field, and the Bearcats will open district play against Joshua at the AHS baseball field.
Aledo senior post Rhylie Makawe (11), shown during a district game, was selected to the TGCA all-state team for the 2014-15 season.
Aledo Ladycats senior post Rhylie Makawe was selected to the Texas Girls Coaches Association's Class 5A all-state basketball team, it was announced today.
Makawe was chosen as District 8-5A's Defensive Most Valuable Player for the 2014-15 season.
In a battle of two Class 5A state-ranked Top 5 softball teams, the No. 1 Aledo Ladycats pounded 16 hits on their way to an 18-5 victory over No. 5 Burleson Centennial in a key District 8-5A game Tuesday night at Centennial High School.
The contest was called after six innings due to the 10-run mercy rule.
The win elevates the Ladycats district and overall mark to 2-0.
Seniors Chickie Cook and Riley Sartain each swatted a home run, with Sartain hitting a grand slam in the six inning.
Allie Arneson and Kadyn Kirkpatrick each swatted three hits to lead the Ladycats, while Sartain finished with a game-high five RBI.
Lauren Craine (2-0) was the winning pitcher for Aledo. She allowed four earned runs on six hits with one walk and five strikeouts in six innings.
It will be a battle of Class 5A state-ranked teams when the No. 1 Aledo Ladycats face No. 5 Burleson Centennial today at Centennial in a key District 8-5A softball game.
The first pitch is scheduled for 7 p.m. today (March 10) at the Centennial High School softball field.
The contest was originally scheduled for Monday (March 9) but was postponed until today because of wet grounds.
The Ladycats are coming off an 11-0 victory over Joshua last Saturday in the 8-5A opener.
Centennial has yet to play a district game, but the Lady Spartans are scheduled to play at 3 p.m. at home today against Everman prior to their contest with Aledo.
Aledo senior pitcher Lauren Craine limited Joshua to one hit and senior first baseman Chickie Cook went three-for-three at the plate to lead the state-ranked No. 1 Ladycats to a convincing 11-0 victory over the Lady Owls Saturday afternoon in the District 8-5A softball opener at the AHS softball field in a contest called by the 10-run mercy rule in the fifth inning.
Craine allowed a lead-off single before retiring 15 consecutive Joshua batters. She finished with five strikeouts and no walks.
Cook smashed three singles and drove in a pair of runs, with both RBI coming in the Ladycats’ seven-run second inning.
Aledo senior Keegan Hayes scored a hat trick on Senior Night to lead the Bearcats to a convincing 5-0 victory over Burleson Friday night in a District 8-5A soccer match at Bearcat Stadium.
In addition to Hayes’ three goals, Noah Hill and Daniel De La Cerda each scored a goal for the Bearcats.
Sophomore goalkeeper Caleb Hill earned the shutout for Aledo.
In the nightcap at Bearcat Stadium, the Burleson Lady Elks held off the first-place Aledo Ladycats, 2-1.
Unofficially, the Ladycats had 20 shots on goal to Burleson’s three, but the Lady Elks turned back all but one attempt.
Burleson took a 1-0 lead in the first half, but in the second half the Ladycats tied the score at 1-1 after forward Brittney Trought scored from the box on a rebound with 14:11 left to play.
The state-ranked No. 1 Aledo Ladycats will host Joshua at 2 p.m. Saturday (March 7) in the District 8-5A softball opener at the AHS softball field.
It is a varsity-only game. The contest is a make-up game and was originally scheduled on Tuesday (March 3).
The Ladycats have yet to play any regular season games.
Their season opener at Rockwall on Feb. 24 was canceled due to weather, as was last week's tournament at Brewer.
Ladycats head coach Jeff Lemons had his team scheduled to play in the A&M Consolidated tournament in College Station this week, but ice storms canceled today's games.