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    Lady Eagle Volleyball Camp

    July 25-27, 2016

    9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

    Grades 7-12

    Price: $40


  • Frost starts playoffs with 9-0 romp over Mart

    Corsicana Daily Sun    

     WACO -- It wasn’t perfect, but boy-oh-boy did it feel good.

        That’s the way the Frost kids felt when they walked off the Waco ISD diamond Thursday with a 9-0 victory over Mart in the Class 2A bi-district round of the playoffs.

        It was a one-game, winner-take-all playoff, and Frost took it all.

        “It was good,’’ Frost Coach Clark Moore said afterward. “We got two runs right off the bat and kept getting runs. We hit the ball great. The wind was blowing in and we had a few fly-outs that would have been home runs if the wind hadn’t been blowing in.

  • Moore sisters are perfect, Frost hammers Covington 10-0Moore sisters are perfect, Frost hammers Covington 10-0

    Corsicana Daily Sun

    The No. 7 Lady Polar Bears had another mercy-rule victory Tuesday, hammering Covington 10-0 to improve to 6-0 in the District 17-2A race and 14-1 for the season.

    For the second time in a week the Moore sisters – Jae and Jenna – combined to thew a five-inning perfect game. Jae Moore went four innings and Jenna, a freshman, pitched the fifth as they sent 15 batters in a row back to the dugout.

  • GC Girls Basketball: Jae Moore, Frost dominate District 12-2A All-District teamGC Girls Basketball: Jae Moore, Frost dominate District 12-2A All-District team

    The Frost Lady Polar Bears had the best basketball season in the school's history, going unbeaten in the District 12-A season and advancing to the Class 2A Region II Quarterfinals.

    The Lady Bears were rewarded when the District 12-2A All-District team was announced as three players received superlatives and two others were named to the first-team. Frost Coach Clark Moore was the district's Coach of the Year.

    Jae Moore, who has been the heart and soul of the Frost program for four years, was an easy choice as the 12-2A MVP. Jae averaged 15.3 points and 11.9 rebounds a game. She also handed out 2.3 assists and averaged 1.5 steals. In her four-year career at Frost, the Lady Polar Bears went 101-15. Jae scored 1,958 points and hauled down 1,090 rebounds.

  • GC Basketball: Lady Polar Bears win playoff opener; Moore and Bowling reach 100-win landmark
    By Mike Phillips Daily Sun corsicanadailysun.com

        MANSFIELD -- There were no cakes and candles, no bands and balloons.

        Nope, it was just business as usual for the Frost Lady Polar Bears , who took their first step in the Class 2A girls basketball playoffs Monday night in the Lake Ridge gym with a 45-34 victory over Poolville in the Class 2A Region II bi-district round.

        The victory against Poolville that sends Frost into the Area round game Friday against the winner of Tuesday’s Archer City-Santo game would have been plenty of reason to celebrate, but for two seniors it meant so much more.

  • GC Basketball Roundup: Frost boys and girls win

    Frost's boys win

    The Frost Polar Bears got a big night from Kobe Hailey, who scored 34 points, and beat Axtell 62-50. Frost built a 33-24 halftime lead and led 50-32 after three. Robert Worley had another big night on the boards and scored 11 points for Frost.

    Frost girls down Mildred

    Frost's Lady Polar Bears improved to 6-1 for the season with a 43-23 win over Milded Tuesday night.

  • GC Basketball: Frost, Rice win openers in BG Tournament; Kerens splits, Lions fall to Frost

    BLOOMING GROVE — Frost and Rice won games to open the Blooming Grove Tournament, and Kerens split a pair, losing 78-68 to Coolidge and then hanging on to beat Rockdale 72-71 Thursday night.

    Rice got 36 points from Sim Nezar and ripped Italy 91-61 in the biggest rout of the day and the Bulldogs move on to play Clifton at 10 a.m. Friday and face defending BG Tournament champ Nazarene Christian at 2:30 p.m. Friday. If the Bulldogs win one of those games they move to the championship bracket of play on Saturday.

  • GC Volleyball: Schwartz named MVP, Frost dominates all-district team

    Frost's Lady Polar Bears had the best volleyball season in the school's history, winning 34 matches and marching to the Class 2A Region semifinals. That memorable run included another undefeated season in district play.

    It's no surprise that Frost dominated the District 12-2A all-district team again.

  • Class 2A Region II Quarterfinals: Frost sweeps Bells

    ROCKWALL — In front of cheering fans including a vocal student section featuring cheerleaders, signs, and megaphones, the Frost Lady Polar Bears took Bells in three straight 24-13, 24-17, 25-19, in a Class 2A Region II Quarterfinal match at Rockwall.

  • GC Football: Frost downs Wortham 21-7

    WORTHAM -- Slogging their way through the muddy slosh of Bulldogs

    Field, the Frost Polar Bears (3-7, 3-4) beat Wortham (3-7, 1-6) in District. 10-2A Div. II play. The Bears defense recorded two interceptions, two fumble recoveries, 13 tackles for loss including four sacks, and used two halfback passes from Isiah Coulson for touchdowns to grind out the victory.

  • GC Volleyball Playoffs: Frost comes back, beats Poolville in 4 to advance to Region Quarterfinals)

        BURLESON -- Fasten your seatbelt Frost, you’re on the ride of a lifetime. Just throw your head back and laugh, drink it all in, every drop -- hang on for every step of this remarkable and emotional journey.

  • Frost win 28-14 over Dawson at Homecoming

    FROST -- The Frost Polar Bears (1-6, 1-3) earned their first winof the season in a rivalry District 10-2A DII meeting with the Dawson Bulldogs (1-6, 0-4), 28-14.  Frost took the opening kickoff and scored four plays later when Isiah Coulson swept behind the blocks of his right linemen, Caleb Curl and Angel Suaste, for a 15-yard run. The run was set by a 42-yard run by

  • GC Football: Frost, Hailey roll by Chilton 49-7

    CHILTON -- The Frost Polar Bears (2-6, 2-3) like the ice and snow, but they thrived playing in the breezy, rain Saturday evening with a 49-7 District 10-2A victory over Chilton (2-6, 2-3).

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