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Spring Sports in full swing at TWCA: Go inside the program with VYPE

Beyond the Walls and Spring Break have passed, so spring sports at TWCA are getting into full swing. 

Here's a quick look inside the Warriors programs in action. 

Baseball

Preseason-ranked #4 by VYPE, the Warriors have talent across the board. TCU commit Caedmon Parker leads TWCA on the mound, while the likes of Austin Boyd, Carson Queck and Marshall Hale give TWCA a deep squad. VYPE went inside the program with some of the Warriors to discuss expectations for the 2021 season. 

 

Softball

Also ranked #4 in VYPE's preseason poll, the Lady Warrior Softball team returns a veteran squad that has big goals in mind. Two years ago, the Warriors were in the TAPPS Division III state finals, and are ready to get back under the leadership of senior ace McKenna Meadors. Go inside the Warriors softball program with VYPE:

 

 

Track & Field 

Legendary head coach Tom Earl leads the Warriors into another season full of potential. The boys squad features elite runner Ben Shearer, who recently ran a 4:08 mile (1600m), among several other state championship contenders. The girls also have championship level talent, led by seniors Megan Hanigan and Fern Shirley. VYPE went inside both the boys and girls programs, check out the videos below: 

 

 

 

Tennis

The TWCA tennis squads finished their 2021 season with an overall record of (1-2-2). At the District meet in late March, the Warriors picked up two wins — one from Tyrrell Crosby in the singles bracket and the other from the Sean Kane/Forrest Remy doubles team. Here from the TWCA tennis teams in VYPE's inside the program: 

 

 

 

Golf

Ranked #10 by VYPE Magazine, TWCA golf entered the season with high hopes. With tournaments scheduled throughout both the fall and spring, Coach McNeese has his squad ready for postseason play. The Warriors have won 5 tournaments already (4 against larger UIL schools) and have set several individual and team records. Junior Ethan Bridges and sophomore Aaron Pounds each have carded a round of 65, and Bridges set a team record two-day score total of (135). McNeese and the Warriors are continuing to work towards "redeeming the time" this season, and are poised to capture a TAPPS 5A State Championship. 

 

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