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Soccer player Sidney Deatherage

Lady Owls soccer player Sidney Deatherage was part of a LEAP testing and ACL prevention interviewed by WFAA. Below is the link to the story: http://www.wfaa.com/story/news/health/2015/12/03/program-trains-young-athletes-to-avoid-lower-body-injuries/76702950/   If need to you can copy and paste link.

Lady Owls Soccer Parent Meeting 11/19

It’s time for soccer season, Owls fans!  The Lady Owls soccer team will conduct its preseason parent meeting on Thursday, November 19th at 6:00 p.m. in the Joshua High School cafeteria.  If you plan on playing soccer, please be sure you and your parents attend the meeting to find out important information about the upcoming

Julia Tucker Signs Letter of Intent

Julia Tucker is a true Comeback Story. She tore her ACL in the final minutes of the 2014 Area Championship game against Arlington Heights. It was devastating. It caused her to miss out on vital College Showcases and the Club Soccer tryout period. Despite the disappointment, quitting was not an option. She worked hard all

Lady Owls Soccer Named to County Team

Lady Owls named to the All-County team Jeff Brooks – Coach of the Year Hayley Rohleder – MVP Caitlyn Rohleder – Defensive MVP Lindsey McDonald – Co-Goalkeeper MVP Julia Tucker – First Team Tori Tucker – First Team Sidney Deatherage – First Team Cassie Wright – Second Team Shelby Gray – Second Team Mickey Doyle

2015 District 8-5A Girls All-District Team

Congratulations to the following Lady Owls who received District honors this season:   Hayley Rohleder: Midfielder- District MVP Joshua First Team Victoria Tucker-Sophomore Julia Tucker-Senior Sidney Deatherage-Sophomore Caitlyn Rohleder-Junior Joshua Second Team Shelby Gray-Senior Lindsey McDonald-Freshman Michealla Doyle-Sophomore Cassie Wright-Junior Joshua Honorable Mention Jourdin Ray-Freshman Destiny Keeble-Freshman   Great job this season ladies! We are

Lady Owls Regional Quarterfinal

The Lady Owls entered Brewer Stadium excited about being one step farther into the playoffs. They put in the hard work all season and needed to test it against Grapevine. The Lady Mustangs have a deep bench all with experience playing at the top level and they took the fight directly to us. They were

Lady Owls Area Champs

Wichita Rider came into Mineral Wells with a dynamic, high energy offense. After Rider capitalized on an early corner, it felt like the air was sucked out of the stadium. But the Owls fought on and regrouped at the half. In the second half, Tori Tucker was taken out in the 18 yard box awarding

Lady Owls Advance to Playoffs

The Joshua Lady Owl soccer team secured the second seed out of district 8-4A and will advance to the bi-district round of playoffs Thursday against Trimble Tech, the third seed out of district 7-4A. Our ladies have had a wonderful season thus far and would love your support as they head into the playoffs. The

Lady Owls Stomp the Spartans

The Lady Owls entered Centennial’s home wary, yet ready to fight. It was Centennial’s senior night and they wanted redemption for their earlier loss to the Owls. The stakes were high for all. Though playoff teams had been determined, positioning was still moveable. With the four stakeholders facing each other, it was imperative that every

Lady Owls didn’t take no BULL off the Bulldogs

It was a beautiful night for soccer. Calm had settled over Owl Stadium. Their wasn’t gale force winds or freezing temperatures and the ladies were pretty sure they had “it” covered. That calm equated to lots of possession and the creation of goal scoring opportunities. The stands were edgy with want. Want for the scoreboard