The third installment (Year 3) of the Adamson Domestic Violence Awareness Project will be kicking off very soon. This year, in addition to Student-Athletes and Men, we are also asking any Woman who feels led to take the pledge to do so. If you have any questions about the project or would like a pledge
Boys Varsity Cross Country, Girls Varsity Cross Country · Cross Country teams compete well at Lake Highlands Invitational
The Adamson boys team finished 4th out of 30 teams this past Saturday at the Lake Highlands Invitational. Sergio Armendariz finished in 16:31 for his fastest time of the year and finished 2nd. The Varsity girls finished 12th overall. The JV Boys finished in 4th and the JV girls finished in 16th. TOP INDIVIDUAL PERFORMERS
Multiple Teams · Leopards surpass point total of 2014 in first three games of 2015
photo by Roger Pruneda Through three games, the Leopards have scored 165 points. (62, 58, 45) Adamson scored 132 points during the entire 2014 season. Congrats to the Leopard players and coaches.
Multiple Teams · Leopards run past FW Poly, 45-14
Last night, the Leopards improved their record to 3-0 with a convincing 45-14 win over the Fort Worth Polytechnic Parrots. The Leopards were led by Justin Deboskie’s 152 yards rushing and two td’s as well as his 70 yard punt return for a touchdown. In the 2nd quarter, sophomore Angel Juarez scooped up a fumble
Multiple Teams · JV victorious last night against Poly 20-18
Last night, the Adamson Leopard JV team improved their record to 2-1 with a 20-18 win over FW Poly HS. Tonight, the Varsity Leopards will play Poly at Handley Field at 7:00 pm.
Leopards News · Leopards 62 points on Saturday most since 1931
On Saturday, the Adamson Leopards defeated their Rival Sunset 62-3 at Kincaide Stadium. After doing a little research, it appears that the 62 points scored were the most scored by an Adamson team since 1931 when Adamson defeated Palestine 65-0. OTHER TIMES THE LEOPARDS SCORED OVER 60 67 against Bryan (67-0) 1923 66 against Denton (66-10)
Multiple Teams · Adamson Alum Kelvin Palmer now with Steelers
Adamson Alum Kelvin Palmer (Class of 2009) is now with the Pittsburgh Steelers after previously spending time with the Cardinals and Chiefs. Kelvin is currently on the injured list for the Steelers with a knee injury. The Leopards are wishing him a quick recovery!
Photo by Rodger Pruneda Junior quarterback Luis Navarro and junior linebacker Trey Wooten were both selected as Honorable Mention Players of the Week for Offense and Defense for their play against Sunset this past Saturday. Navarro finished 9-10 through the air withe 224 yards and 5 td’s. He also ran for one more TD. Wooten
Multiple Teams · Adamson Alum D. Taylor transfers to Incarnate Word
photo courtesy of Draven Taylor Adamson alum Draven Taylor, an All-State football player for the Leopards, has transferred from the University of New Mexico to Incarnate Word in San Antonio, TX. The four-year letterman at Adamson played in 40 varsity football games for the Leopards. He was a part of both the Adamson 2009 and
Girls Junior Varsity Basketball, Girls Varsity Basketball · Coach Darrell Evans is new head girls basketball coach
Coach Darrell Evans is entering his first year as the head girls basketball coach after spending last year in the boys basketball program as an assistant. “Coach Evans is going to do a spectacular job growing the girls basketball program,” Josh Ragsdale, Adamson Athletic Coordinator, said. “This past Spring and in summer workouts, Coach Evans