The Tigers (2-2-2, 0-0-1) played San Angelo Central on Tuesday at home in their first District match of the season. The team played an intense game full of phenomenal stops but neither team ended with a victory with a final score of 0-0.
Frenship Boys Basketball (17-4, 8-0) dominated Midland Lee last Friday winning 66-37 at the Tiger Pit. On Tuesday they traveled to Abilene High to win a hard-fought battle in double OT 66-62 over the Eagles.
Frenship Girls Basketball (17-5, 8-1) faced off against Midland Lee last Friday and suffred their first District loss, 34-29, after 23 straight District victories, however, the Tigers redeemed themselves this week on Tuesday, when they dominated Abilene High with a record-breaking score of 96-30.
Along with a group of 27 teachers from 25 different districts in West Texas, two Frenship educators completed their training for Project TEDD: Training Educators in Dual Diagnosis through a training program hosted by Texas Tech University.
The Tiger Powerlifters represented Frenship High School at the Bobcat Invitational in Dimmitt last Saturday. Twelve athletes placed in their weight classes, all placing in the top 10 in their category.
Macie Jacobs is a crucial player on the Frenship Varsity Girls’ Soccer Team this year. After a crazy season last school year, Jacobs has signed to play after graduating high school, and is giving it her all in her final season at Frenship.
Before the start of the 2020-2021 school year, the state mandated through House Bill 3, that all Kindergarten through third grade teachers take the new Texas Reading Academy, an 11 month professional development course that all K-3 teachers are required to complete by 2023.