The Aledo Ladycat volleyball team is gearing up for its Class 5A state semifinal at 1 p.m. Friday vs. Leander Rouse. The UIL Volleyball State Tournament is held at the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland and the 5A state final will be played at 4 p.m. Saturday. Click here for ticket information. All games are streamed live on the National Federation HS Network, which requires a subscription. Click here for ticket information.
Good luck to the Ladycats who enter the state semifinal with a 37-13 record. Rouse is 49-3.
Steven Swift, University of New Orleans, Baseball
Sara Haeussler, University of North Texas, Volleyball
Caden Cunningham, Northwestern Oklahoma State, Softball
Lindsey McElroy, Northwestern Oklahoma State, Softball
Megan Reynolds, Weatherford College, Softball
Ryan Brown, Air Force, Track & Field
Gracie King, Tarleton State, Softball
National Prescription Drug Take Back Day is tomorrow in Aledo. This is an opportunity to drop off expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs. The Aledo ISD Police Department will host the take back event at Vandagriff Elementary School from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Vandagriff is located at 408 FM 1187 in Aledo. For more information about the disposal of prescription drugs or about the event, visit the DEA Diversion website. Or, contact Aledo ISD PD Chief of Police Fred Collie at (817) 706-3231. Read more about the Take Back event here.
Capturing a huge win in the Class 5A Region Quarterfinal round of the playoffs, the AHS Varsity Tennis Team defeated Wichita Falls 11-2 to move on to the Region I Semifinal round. This marks Aledo’s first Region Semifinal appearance in school history. Aledo continues their 15-match win streak into the semi-finals against Randall High School on Thursday, Oct. 26 at 10 a.m. in Wichita Falls. Read more here.
Aledo ISD is gearing up to help those affected by Hurricane Harvey. Aledo is joining with several districts across the state to provide aid for West Orange-Cove Consolidated ISD in Southeast Texas.
AISD will help in the relief with a donation drive as West Orange-Cove Consolidated begins the cleanup and recovery process from the flooding and destruction. Click here to read the list of requested donation items.