• UIL CompetitionUIL Competition
    *John Cate (Soph) advanced to State UIL competition in Science
    *Madison Whisenand (Sr.) advanced to State UIL competition in Editorial Writing
    *Competition was in held in Austin at the University of Texas on April 21 -22
  • GC Girls Basketball: Kerens, Frost and Dawson players earn postseason honorsGC Girls Basketball: Kerens, Frost and Dawson players earn postseason honors

      Frost’s Kennah Kennedy, a senior who stars in every sport at Frost, earned District 19-2A first-team honors after leading the Lady Polar Bears in just about everything this season. Frost’s Karlie Scott earned second-team honors.

        Frost’s Haddi Montgomery and Katelyn Worley were named to the honorable mention list, and Kerens’ Olivia Franson and Nia Brown were named to the honorable mention list for the LadyCats.

  • Order of Election
    An election is hereby ordered to be held on May 6, 2017 for the purpose of: Frost ISD School Board.
  • TSTC Hosts Students for FFA Tractor Competition
    TSTC Hosts Students for FFA Tractor Competition

    (WACO) -  Texas State Technical College's Diesel Equipment Technology program hosted on Wednesday a Texas FFA Association Tractor Technician Career Development Event involving seven high school teams from North and Central Texas.

    In the Texas FFA Association's Area 5, Weatherford High School placed first, Denton High School came in second and Aledo High School placed third. Weatherford and Aledo high schools are in Parker County.

    Academy High School in Bell County won first place for the association's Area 8. Frost High School in Navarro County placed second, Teague High School in Freestone County came in third and Ferris High School in Ellis County placed fourth.
  • Frost romps past Ranger 56-14

    • By Dan Lunsford Special to the Daily Sun

    FROST – Erupting for 30 points in the second quarter, the Frost Polar Bears (2-0) won their first home game of the season with a 56-14 win against the Ranger Bulldogs (0-2). 

    Kobe Hailey ran for 216 yards on just 13 carries and scored four times to lead a Frost offense that ran over Ranger, piling up 403 yards on the ground and scoring 56 points for the second week in a row.

  • Frost puts game away in the third, beats Itasca 26-2
    by Dan Lunsford Special to the Daily Sun

    ITASCA – Once Frost (3-0) controlled the time of possession in the third quarter, the Polar Bears pulled away from Itasca (0-3) for a 26-2 win.  Polar Bears QB Kobe Hailey ran for 180 yards on 15 carries for four touchdowns – two of those runs coming in the third quarter.

     Itasca limited the Polar Bears to just 6:58 of offensive possession in the first half.  While the Frost defense forced two Wampus Cats turnovers and held on two fourth down conversion attempts, the offense fumbled away the Bears’ first two drives.  Hailey intercepted Itasca QB Jacob Lacey inside the Frost end zone and DB Devin Gruben broke up a pass on a fake punt.  After  LB Collin Drain recovered an Itasca fumble at the Bears’ 39 yard line, the Frost offense used a Hailey completion to Leonel Hernandez on a crossing pattern for 25 yards and a Hailey 17-yard run to take the lead.

  • GC Volleyball Roundup: Tigers run into Midway; Frost, Kerens win, Dawson loses for first time this y
    • By Mike Phillips Daily Sun

    Anyone get the name of that truck?

    You can take that worn out cliche and lose it, because the kids and coaches at Corsicana didn't need to look up the truck that hit them Tuesday night. They knew it was coming all along.

    Corsicana volleyball Coach Ashley Grace knew exactly what she was doing when she scheduled Waco Midway (actually, Hewitt Midway).

    That's why no one was shedding any tears after losing to Midway, which began the week ranked No. 3 in the Class 6A state poll. No. 3 may be a big understatement. Midway might just be the best high school volleyball team in Texas.

  • Blooming Grove, Frost start early
    • By Mike Phillips Daily Sun

    Well it's here. The 2016 season arrives early in the Golden Circle, where Blooming Grove and Frost have Thursday night openers.One was planned, the other was not.Blooming Grove is playing Marlin at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the Waco ISD Stadium in the first of three games in the Derrick Johnson Kickoff Classic, which runs from Thursday through Saturday.

     Frost's Polar Bears didn't know they were playing on Thursday until Tuesday afternoon when they were informed the field at Cross Roads was unplayable. The two team moved the game to a 7:30 start on Thursday at Mart.