The varsity volleyball team has put in a lot of work into this year’s season and have won 15 games so far this year. They had to be one of the top four teams to be able to go to district.
The cross country team competed in a meet in Austin Sept. 16–18. They went to the largest meet in Texas that weekend and bonded outside of competing.
The Mustangs played a tough overtime football game against Irving Nimitz and got a much-needed first win for their first home football game.
Coach Collins has had a vast career in sports and coaching. He is coming to Pearce making changes but also keeping the program similar in many aspects.
J.J. Pearce soccer has a third team this year, which is also known as “JV2”. The school decided to make the new team to give new players a chance to play their favorite sport and to prepare them for the following years.
The cross country team did not place in the top three teams at district, but the team had one runner advance to regionals.
As the school year comes to a close, student athletes reflect on their times involved with Pearce sports. They most value the strong leadership skills, a good work ethic and the feeling of winning.
The varsity soccer team has advanced the the fourth round of the playoffs after a win against Harker Heights High School. The team previously beat Skyline and North Garland in the playoffs.
The varsity golf team traveled to California for a tournament from March 26 through March 28. The team finished 28th in the tournament. Junior Will Lovelace finished with the best score for the team and finished 63rd.
The varsity baseball team is currently 5-2 in district play, which is good enough for third place in the district standings. The team is behind only Mesquite Horn and Highland Park.