Lady Panthers volleyball teams lose to Foxes

The Lady Panthers varsity volleyball team lost a match Friday 0-3 to the Caddo Mills Foxes.

Scores were 12-25, 23-25 and 14-25, according to Coach Frederick Kramer.

The junior varsity lost its match 0-2 with game scores of 25-27 and 25-12.

The freshman team also lost 0-2 with scores of 13-25 and 12-25.

On Tuesday night, the Quinlan varsity lost to Kaufman 0-3.

Scores were 18-25, 12-25 and 25-27.

The junior varsity Lady Panthers lost 0-2 with scores of 11-25 and 20-25.

Results for the freshman team was a 0-2 loss with game scores of 15-25 and 16-25.

The Lady Panthers have a bye today (Friday) but are scheduled to be back in action Tuesday, Oct. 17, for games at Crandall.

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Panthers shut out Lions 53-0 for homecoming win

The Quinlan Ford Panthers thrilled a capacity homecoming crowd Friday with a fifth straight win and shutout when they defeated the Fort Worth Castleberry Lions 53-0.

The Panthers are off in a bye week before starting district next week at Princeton against another Panther team.

After Friday’s shellacking of the Lions, Athletic Director and Head Football Coach Todd Wallace said, “We are obviously pleased with the win and another shutout. Our defense bent a little, but stiffened when it needed to and kept them out of the end zone. Offensively, we were again sluggish. We are relying on big plays instead of consistent execution to score. It is paramount we get this fixed during the bye week if we are to reach our goal of making the playoffs. Hopefully, we can use this week to work on basic techniques and get some guys back healthy.”

Wallace said game balls went to Linus Beierschmitt, James Hoff and Edgar Aguillon.


Lady Panthers win homecoming match over Ferris

The Quinlan Ford varsity Lady Panthers volleyball team scored a victory Friday night on homecoming over the Ferris Yellowjackets.

Coach Frederick Kramer said the three-game win came on scores of 25-21, 25-15 and 25-18.

The junior varsity lost to the Yellowjackets 2-0 with game scores of 7-25 and 25-27.

The freshman team lost 1-2 with scores of 25-19, 17-25 and 20-25.

The Lady Panthers lost a 2-3 match Tuesday night in what Coach Kramer described as “tight and hard-fought.”

Kramer said, “The girls worked hard and gave every ounce of effort tonight.”

Games scores were 25-22, 23-25, 21-25, 25-25 and 12-15.

The junior varsity won its game 2-1 with scores of 12-25, 25-21 and 25-20.

The freshman team lost with scores of 20-25 and 15-25.

The Lady Panthers are scheduled to play at Caddo Mills today (Friday) and at Kaufman on Tuesday.


Panthers shut out Bulldogs 28-0

The Quinlan Ford Panthers shut out the Howe Bulldogs Friday night 28-0 and take a 4-0 perfect season record into tonight’s homecoming game.

Athletic Director and Head Football Coach Todd Wallace said, “Defense was outstanding. Shutting out anyone is really hard to do, so anytime you get one, it is special. Howe only had 41 yards rushing until the last series of the game. Offensively, we were sloppy, with way too many penalties. We have to get this cleaned up. We want to use this week to stay on a roll and get to the bye week, so we hopefully can get some guys healthy, and start getting ready for district.”

David Welch was successful on scoring a two-yard touchdown, led by great blocking for the first points in the first quarter.

The PAT was successful on a kick by Gio Landaverde. The score was Quinlan 7, Howe 0.

James Hoff rushed for three yards for the second first-quarter TD.


Lady Panthers keep fighting

The Lady Panthers varsity volleyball team stayed in the match with the Crandall Pirates last week to the end.

Coach Frederick Kramer said, “We started each game digging ourselves a hole and outscored Crandall over the second half of the game, but it wasn't quite enough. I'm proud of the girl's for fighting until the end.”

Quinlan Ford lost the contest 0-3 with scores of 19-25, 19-25 and 17-25.

The junior varsity lost a two-game match to the Pirates. Scores were 17-25 and 19-25.

The freshman team scores in its loss to Crandall were 10-25 and 23-25.

The teams played the Community Braves Tuesday night.

Coach Kramer said, “The varsity put up a really good fight against the current district leading team.”

The varsity lost by game scores of 21-25, 16-25 and 25-23.

The junior varsity lost 2-1 with scores of 12-25 and 15-25.

The freshmen won its match 2-1. Scores in contest were 20-25, 25-23 and 25-19.


Cross country Panthers in 2nd place at Chapel Hill

Quinlan Ford’s cross country varsity Panthers took second place at Mount Pleasant Chapel Hill competition last week, and one of its athletes ran for the individual first place, according to Assistant Coach Matt Wingo.

The junior varsity team distinguished itself as well with a first-place team finish.

The varsity’s Enrique Serrano ran for first place.

Other individual places were Jose Sanchez, fourth; Landon Hoff, 13th; Evan Konopka, 14th; Jordan Cummings, 32nd; and Alan Landazuri, 43rd.

Junior varsity individual places were, Mark Eastin, fifth; Justice Lewis, seventh; Ryan Korinek, eighth; Preston House, 10th; Chris Allen, 12th; James Carney, 13th; Brendon Cook, 14th; Dalton Black, 17th; Brandon Chambers, 18th; Virtue Harris, 20th; and Daniel Todd, 35th.

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Panthers pounce all over Bulldogs

The Quinlan Ford Panthers pounced all over Venus Friday night when they visited the Bulldogs and won big 42-3.

Athletic Director and Head Football Coach Todd Wallace commented, “Overall, I thought our secondary did a good job of shutting down their receivers. They caught a couple of deep routes, but mainly early. The defense did a great job of keeping them out of the end zone. That is always hard to do. Offensively, we were really sloppy. We hit some big plays and did a good job in our hurry-up at the end of the half, but it sounds like a broken record, but our blocking and pass game execution is not where it needs to be. Then, throw in penalties this week, (we had three TDs called back) and we cannot do that against people in our district. We will always take the win and continue working trying to improve.”

Edgar Aguillon scored the first Panther touchdown in the first quarter on an 18-yard run. The PAT was not good. Quinlan led 6-0.


Lady Panthers lose to Lions

The Quinlan Ford varsity Lady Panthers lost 3-0 in a volleyball match Friday with the Kaufman Lions.

The team lost with game scores of 9-25, 17-25 and 13-25.

The junior varsity lost 2-0 with scores of 8-25 and 9-25.

The freshmen’s scores in a 2-0 loss were 10-25 and 16-25.

On Saturday, the junior varsity Lady Panthers competed in the West Mesquite JV Volleyball Tournament. They earned fourth place in the Silver Bracket, according to Coach Frederick Kramer.

Pool play scores — Poteet 13, 15; Ford 15, 9;

Skyline 7, 15; Ford 15, 8;

Caddo Mills 15, 13; Ford 9, 15.

Bracket scores — Lincoln 23, 5; Ford 25, 25;

West Mesquite 25, 25; Ford 23, 9;

Third place game — Irving 25, 25; Ford 13, 16.

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Panther cross country ups finish from 4th to 2nd

The Quinlan Ford Panther cross country varsity and junior varsity teams upped their fourth-place finishes on Sept. 7 to second place Sept. 14, according to Assistant Coach Matt Wingo.

The Panthers competed Sept. 14 at the Miller Grover Invitational where both teams took second places.

For the varsity, Enrique Serrano was first-place finisher. Jose Sanchez placed sixth.

For the junior varsity, Ryan Korinek ran for ninth.

On Sept. 7, the Panthers participated in the North Hopkins Meet for fourth place.

Serrano took second place in the varsity contest, and Sanchez ran for 14th.

For the junior varsity, Alan Landazuri ran for 18th place.

The teams are scheduled to participate Saturday in the Van-YWAM Invitational.

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Lady Panthers host Kaufman Lions tonight

The Quinlan Ford Lady Panthers volleyball teams will host the Kaufman Lions tonight (Friday.) The varsity match begins at 5 p.m.

Quinlan lost its first two district matches Friday and Tuesday nights.

Coach Frederick Kramer commented “good fight out of the varsity team tonight” after the game at home Tuesday with the Caddo Mills Foxes.

The varsity lost games 21-25, 20-25 and 16-25.

The junior varsity lost by scores of 18-25 and 9-25.

The freshman team lost 5-25 and 15-25.

On Friday, the Lady Panthers lost 3-0 at Terrell by scores of 21-25, 13-25 and 25-22.

The junior varsity won over the Tigers 2-0 with scores of 25-20 and 25-9.

The freshman team lost 23-25 and 20-25.

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