One year after letting a lead slip away with the national championship on the line, Oklahoma is back at the Women’s College World Series as the favorite to win this year’s NCAA softball title.
A financial battle over athletic field costs in Keller may end with families in two cities paying more to play.
The price some north Fort Worth families pay for youth sports could double as soon as this fall.
Carroll ISD flipped the switch Tuesday on field lights some Southlake residents had been trying to stop for years.
Carroll Independent School District is moving forward with plans to install lights at the district’s baseball and softball fields despite opposition from the city.
The Southlake Planning and Zoning Committee is set to address the issue of baseball field lights on Thursday night.
Carroll ISD Trustees voted unanimously late Monday night to place lights at the baseball and softball fields at Carroll Senior High School.
Kids nowadays. Often that statement is said with frustration or contempt, but it certainly can’t be used that way when speaking of the Lady Wildcats softball team at Dunbar High School.
After the year of the home run, the shutout is back at the Women’s College World Series.
The Big 12 makes up half of the field with four schools qualifying — including Oklahoma and Oklahoma State.
The field is set for the Women’s College World Series in Oklahoma City and it includes four teams from the Big 12 Conference.
When a softball player steps into the batter’s box, they tend to expect a curve ball from time-to-time. But not like the one thrown to Texas Women’s University student and softball player Abby Burns. Burns, 21, was recently diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia