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Falcons beat West Mesquite; move into 2nd

The NF Falcon boys’ basketball team won at West Mesquite 67-42 to improve to 7-3 in District 12-5A play and move into 2nd place in the district standings.  The Falcons return to action on Friday at home against Mesquite Poteet and can clinch a playoff spot with one more victory. Heath 10-0 NF 7-3 Poteet 6-4

NF Falcons to host Upward Night

The NF Falcons invite all Upward players, cheerleaders, and coaches to the game on Friday, Feb. 6 against Mesquite Poteet.  All Upward participants in uniform will receive a free admission and be recognized before the varsity game which begins at 7 pm.  We ask those wishing to be recognized to arrive by 6:30 pm. The

NLI Signing Day

  The National Letter of Intent Signing Day is Wednesday, February 4th. North Forney High School Athletics will host a portrait ceremony for students who are signing letters of intent during the school day on Wednesday, February 4th.  More detail is available from all head coaches. Each student will have a professional portrait arranged and taken at

Falcon boys survive scare at Royse City

The NF Falcon boys’ basketball team survived earned a very tough win at Royse City on Friday by a final score of 42-38.  The Falcons went into halftime tied 20-20 before taking a 3 point lead into the 4th quarter. The Falcons finished the first round of district play tied for 2nd place with Mesquite

Overuse Injury Warnings

A parent recently brought me an article to share which highlighted the dramatic increase in overuse injuries among young aspiring athletes and asked me to share. It is an insightful piece, particularly the portions documenting testimonies from members of the North Texas medical community and the list of suggested basic guidelines for parents to follow

Falcon Lettermen!

The 2015 winter class of varsity lettermen were awarded their jackets by North Forney High School and Forney ISD Athletics on Wednesday morning after a brief breakfast reception. Three times each year, high achieving student-athletes who have met the FISD standards for their sport are recognized and presented with this ultimate athletic award.  FISD Director of Athletics

Falcons beat Terrell for 4th win in a row

The NF Falcon boys’ basketball team beat Terrell 57-36 at home on Tuesday to move into a tie for 2nd place in the District 12-5A race.  The Falcons used a strong defensive second half holding the Tigers without a FG for the last 12 minutes of the game to widen the 32-25 halftime lead by

Falcon boys top Jackrabbits

The North Forney Falcons topped Forney 57-53 to move into a tie for 3rd place in District 12-5A.  The Falcons used a balanced attack with ten players contributing points for the wIn. The Falcons were led in scoring by JaCorey Jones’ 14, Ronnie Horner’s 12, and Parrish Price’s 10. The Falcons overcame a slow start by

Lady Falcons finish 3rd

The Lady Falcons finished in 3rd place at the Kennedale Soccer Invitational Tournament January 8-10th. The ladies opened up with a 6-0 win against OD Wyatt. Goals were scored by Hannah Turner, Bree Mckinnon, Madison Hill, Natalie Myrick, Brittney Balderas, and Mack Rains. On Friday, the ladies faced Paris and won 2-0. Goals were both

Falcons face Jackrabbits on Friday

The NF Falcons boys’ basketball teams will face Forney High this Friday with games beginning at 5 pm at North Forney HS.  The varsity game will begin at 7 pm.  The Falcons and Rabbits are currently tied for 4th in the District 12-5A race. The Falcons have won 6 consecutive meetings and own an overall