Argyle Eagles | Sports
Former Southlake assistant DeGroot hired as Argyle's volleyball coach
Megan DeGroot doesn't believe in wasting time. After signing her contract Tuesday to become Argyle's new volleyball coach, the 29-year-old said she already had her keys in hand, met some of her new players and was on hand for a few open gym sessions.
Baseball: Argyle dominates 9-4A all-district team
Softball: Trio of pitchers land MVP nods on all-district teams
Baseball: Two area teams represented on THSBCA all-state
With the conclusion of the UIL baseball state tournament over the weekend, the Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association released its annual all-state awards Monday morning.
Baseball: Argyle's Mushinski selected to play in all-star game next month
Argyle senior pitcher Connor Mushinski was selected over the weekend to play in the Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association all-star game on June 17 at Dell Diamond in Round Rock. He will be a pitcher for the North team in the game.
Boys soccer: Argyle alum Parks heads home to coach Eagles
Argyle football coach and athletic director Todd Rodgers said the decision to hire Parks was easy, and that he's confident Parks will couple Argyle tradition with fresh ideas from Bridgeport to turn a playoff contender into a state title contender year after year.
Soccer: Ryan coach Beddow resigns after 20 years, four with Lady Raiders
Cowboys' Prescott hosts camp at Lake Dallas
Baseball: Argyle falls in Game 1 of region semis
After the Eagles' 6-1 loss to Pleasant Grove in Game 1 of their best-of-three Class 4A series Thursday night at Mike Carter Field, Argyle (25-2-1) will be back to do-or-die mode when the series resumes Saturday afternoon.
Boys golf: Argyle gearing up for sixth straight state tournament
The Argyle Eagles golf team is the two-time defending Class 4A state champion entering its sixth straight state tournament Monday and Tuesday near Marble Falls.
Football: Aubrey's Grisso commits to Washington State
Girls basketball: Ponder hires father and daughter to replace Greg Gay
Boys tennis: Argyle's Hynek navigates rain, finishes tied for third at state
COLLEGE STATION - For the second straight season, Argyle junior Matt Hynek trudged through stop-and-start rain delays in the first match of the Class 4A state tournament at the Mitchell Tennis Center and Omar Smith Instructional Tennis Courts at Texas A&M. He battled a string of errors and sweated through fatigue, but this time around, Hynek was able to pull out a victory before falling in the second round, earning him a tie for third place and a bronze medal.