Weatherford Independent School District



Saturday, September 26 at 3:30pm


Due to the size of the stadium, this is the best opportunity to see your KANGAROOS or BEARCATS
in 2020!
Tickets are $12 and can be purchased online at or
at the GLOBE LIFE stadium box office on the day of the game, beginning at 2:30pm. In order to comply with social distancing guidelines, a minimum of 2 tickets must be purchased.
Weatherford fans should select seats in the BLUE area and Aledo fans should select seats in the RED area.
Face coverings will be required to enter the stadium.

Globe Life Park has a no bag policy, however diaper bags and medical bags will be allowed.



FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Tuesday, September 1, 2020                                                          

Contact: Rangers Communication 817-273-5203 



High school games to feature IMG Academy, Duncanville HS, Aledo HS, Weatherford HS, Colleyville Heritage HS, Grapevine HS, LD Bell HS, Trinity HS, Boswell HS and Chisolm Trail HS


Arlington, TX – The schedule for football games taking place at Globe Life Park in Arlington was expanded today with the announcement of five games in addition to the previously announced Arlington ISD slate.


The High School matchups include several cross town rivalry matchups including, Aledo HS vs. Weatherford HS and Colleyville Heritage High School vs. Grapevine High School on Saturday, September 26; LD Bell vs. Trinity High School on Thursday, October 22; and Boswell High School vs. Chisolm Trail High School on Saturday, November 7.


The high school games include matchup of two of the top six nationally ranked teams in the 2020 Max Preps pre-season poll. Top ranked IMG Academy from Bradenton, Florida will travel to Arlington on sixth ranked Duncanville High School Saturday, October 10. IMG Academy vs. Duncanville HS can be viewed through subscription based video service FloSports. For more information, visit


Tickets for the football games are on-sale today starting at $12. Tickets are available in sets of 2, 4 and 6, to allow for social distancing within Globe Life Park. Gates will open one hour prior to kickoff.


Globe Life Park was converted to a multi-purpose facility with a synthetic grass surface after the 2019 baseball season.


Parking will be available in Toyota Lot D, Avalon Lot E, Sequoia Lot L, Sienna Lot M, and Highlander Lot N. Parking will cost $8.00 if pre-purchased, or $10 the day of the event. Parking lots will open 90 minutes prior to kickoff.


Concession stands will be available for purchase of pre-packaged food only. All concessions will be cashless.


All games at Globe Life Park will require facial coverings, social distancing, as well as other enhanced safety and health measures.


In an effort to enhance public safety, Globe Life Park will be enforcing a no bag policy. Exceptions will be made for medically necessary items, including diaper bags, after proper inspection.


Advance tickets for the games will be available for purchase via on-line only at


As announced in April, Arlington Independent School District finalized an agreement to play a minimum of 14 regular season high school football games at Globe Life Park in 2020. Six of Arlington’s high schools will host at least one game at Globe Life Park. For additional information about Arlington ISD games played at Globe Life Park, visit


The schedule is available below. Please note, dates and times are subject to change.


Saturday, September 26    3:30 p.m.      Weatherford HS* vs. Aledo HS

Saturday, September 26    8:00 p.m.      Grapevine HS* vs. Colleyville Heritage HS

Saturday, October 10        12:00 p.m.    Duncanville HS* vs. IMG Academy

Thursday, October 22        7:00 p.m.      Trinity HS* vs. LD Bell HS

Saturday, November 7       1:00 p.m.      Boswell HS* vs. Chisolm Trail HS

*Indicates Home Team


Media are welcome to cover the football games at Globe Life Park. Media should contact each individual school to obtain access to the facility for the games.


About FloSports: Founded in 2006, FloSports is a venture-backed subscription video streaming service dedicated to sports, offering live and on-demand access to hundreds of thousands of competition events across 25+ vertical sport categories in the US and abroad. FloSports’ vision is to give underserved sports the love they deserve. With a growing library of more than 300,000 hours of premium content including news, expert commentary, films, documentaries and more, FloSports has established itself as an innovator and leader in sports streaming. Finally, your sport has a home. For more information, please visit:



Weatherford ISD Announces New Kangaroo Basketball Coach
Jonathan Wagner has been named the boys head basketball coach for Weatherford High School. Coach Wagner has 24 years of coaching experience including leading Arlington Heights High School to the State Tournament in 2013. Most recently he has served as the boys head basketball coach at Wichita Falls High School.

“I love coaching basketball,” Wagner said. “My dream ever since I was in junior high school was to be a coach. I am the person I am today, partly because what my coaches invested in me. I want to be that person for the athletes of Weatherford ISD.”

Coach Wagner has a Bachelor of Science in Exercise and Sport Studies from Texas Wesleyan University. Please join us in welcoming Coach Wagner to the Kangaroo family!

Fall Sports Information

Here's what we know at this time about fall sports - from COVID-19 precautions, sports schedules, and ticket sales. We'll be releasing additional information as soon as it becomes available. To view, click on the headline.

Jerry Durant/Charlie Gilchrist Kangaroo Klassic scheduled for Dec. 3-5

Local basketball fans will have 40 games over three days to enjoy during the 20th annual Jerry Durant/Charlie Gilchrist Kangaroo Klassic December 3-5 at Weatherford High School.

Formerly known as the Weatherford New Car Dealers Kangaroo Klassic, the tournament is hosted by the WHS Boys Basketball Booster Club and features high school teams from across the state. Participating schools include Weatherford, Boswell, Burleson, Burleson Centennial, Conroe, Denton Guyer, El Paso Montwood, L.D. Bell, Lubbock Coronado, Midlothian, Northwest, Red Oak and Richland.

“We’re proud that this is our tournament’s 20th year,” said Brent Baker, Booster Club president. “The late Don Allen and others started this event in the mid-90’s, and we’d like to dedicate this year’s tournament to him. Thanks to Jerry and Charlie for helping us continue the tradition.”

Games begin at 10:30 a.m. each day. The final game Thursday will be held at 6 p.m., the final game Friday will tip off at 7:30 p.m., and Saturday’s varsity championship game will begin at 3 p.m.

The Weatherford varsity will begin the tournament against Burleson at 10:30 a.m. Thursday. The Roos’ remaining game times will depend on their bracket position. Weatherford’s JV and both freshmen teams will also participate in the tournament.

“Last year, several visiting coaches told us that this is their favorite tournament of the season,” Baker said. “We’re going to continue that Weatherford hospitality this year. Coach Charles Tatum, Coach Jordan Coffman and others do a great job of organizing the tournament, and we have a team of hard-working volunteers.”

Tournament passes will be sold at the gate: three-day passes for $15, two-day passes for $10 and daily passes are available for $6 each.

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