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Grey Wolves see progress in scrimmage against Round Rock

KDH Sports Staff | 0 comments Shoemaker competed in a football scrimmage Friday morning against Round Rock High at Cedar Hill. The Grey Wolves and Tigers competed in three different offensive and defensive series which included plays of 12, 10 and 6, respectively, before facing one another in a live quarter. Shoemaker head coach Johnnie Fair

Shoemaker Cross Country Has Begun!

Shoemaker Cross Country is in full swing going into our 2nd week of official practice. Practice is held at the SHS Track at 7:00AM Mon-Fri. If you are interested in being apart of the cross country program, meet us at the track! Go Greywolves!! FYI: All athletes must have all of their athletic paperwork turned in


2016 Greywolves 6-9th Grade Football Camp (DOWNLOAD FORM BELOW) Description: This non-contact football camp will focus on the fundamental skills and techniques necessary for the upcoming football season.  The athletes will have the opportunity to learn Grey Wolves Football while working with the coaching staff from Shoemaker High School.  The campers will be provided with

2017 Softball Awards Banquet

Last night at the 2017 Awards Banquet the following Varsity Softball players received  awards. Recipients are: Heather Casiano, Defensive Player of The Year. Deborah Hamilton, Offensive Player of The Year, and First Team All-District Infielder. Celeste “Princess” Rangel, Grey Wolf Award. Makaia Ellerbe, Most Improved Player.   It was a GREAT night of celebration and reflection

ALL-AREA SIXTH MAN: Carter played like starter coming off deep Grey Wolves bench

When your team is able to win 34 games and go deep into the playoffs, you are getting contributions in more than one way and more than just from your starters. The Shoemaker Grey Wolves — who went 34-3 and reached the Region II quarterfinals of Class 6A in 2015-16 — received just that, especially

Eight Greywolves named to the Boys Basketball All-Area team

Aaron Warren, a senior guard, landed on the 12-6A All-District First Team after helping the Grey Wolves produce an overall record of 34-3, including an unblemished run to the program’s first outright district championship. In the playoffs, Antoine James produced a team-high 14 points in a 54-40 victory against Highland Park to propel Shoemaker, which

DISTRICT 12-6A BASKETBALL: Levi, Williams, Prichett earn All-District superlatives; NO MVP DESPITE DISTRICT SWEEP

District-champion Shoemaker, which ended its season in the Sweet 16, was awarded three superlatives. Javon Levi was Offensive Player of the Year, Tyrone Williams earned Defensive Player of the Year and Emund Prichett earned Coach of the Year. Area athletes earning first-team honors were Devante Robinson, of Copperas Cove, Ellison’s Dajuan Jones, Heights’ Lamarcus Freeman