The Denton High School football team donned their white and purple helmets Monday to run drills and work on plays at the team's first practice of the fall. It also was the first practice for head coach Billy Miller in his new role. Miller previously worked at Ryan as an assistant football coach and track coach. He replaces Kevin Atkinson at Denton following Atkinson's departure in April to take a coaching job in Flower Mound.
More than 300 competitors swam, pedaled and ran their way to the finish line on Sunday during the 11th annual Pioneer Power Sprint Triathlon and 5K hosted by Texas Woman's University's soccer team. The event attracted racers from across North Texas and as far away as California to the Denton Natatorium. The race was moved off of the TWU campus this year because of construction on Bell Avenue, and organizers partnered with the City of Denton to provide the venue and traffic control.
Over 300 competitors are expected when TWU hosts its 11th annual Pioneer Power Sprint Triathlon and 5K on Sunday at the Denton Natatorium. "I encourage everyone to come watch, and I think they'll quickly understand that there are people of many shapes and sizes that complete these on a regular basis. It's not an atmosphere of competition; it's an atmosphere of inclusion," TWU strength and conditioning coach Brett Crossland said. "Everyone is working toward the same goal, and it's a lot of fun."
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