RISD Sports News & Updates
Basketball and wrestling are in full swing as baseball and soccer are getting underway.
Camyrn Dyke of Richardson High School
Coming off of an action-packed tournament week over Thanksgiving break, we jump straight into district play for girls and boys basketball, topped off with wrestling and swim meets.
Diving into another intense week in RISD athletics, we get a promising preview of basketball, commitments to college, academic recognitions, and a wrap up for football.
Halloween brought another week of anticipation in RISD athletics, with a mix of a lot of celebrations, some tears and prepping for the playoffs.
RISD seniors signed letters of intent this week to continue their academic and athletic careers in college.
On Friday night, Lake Highlands plays at the Gopher-Warrior Bowl in Grand Prairie, and Berkner plays in Choctaw Stadium in Arlington.
The start of tonight’s varsity football games has been pushed back to 8 p.m. Start times for volleyball and basketball unchanged.
Pearce and Lake Highlands won first round matchups to both become bi-district champions.
RISD volleyball teams play first round playoff games on Nov. 1.
Last week, RISD athletes exemplified sportsmanship, camaraderie on and off the field and amassed another collection of wins.
Updated Oct. 17
The Lake Highlands-Pearce football game on Thursday, Oct. 20, will be shown live on CW33.
All three teams won their first-round playoff match to become bi-district champions.
Both of Friday’s rehearsals are free and open to the public.