Hood County was represented in both the Class 1A and Class 5A levels at the UIL Cross Country Championships in Round Rock last week. Granbury’s Clayton Smith competed in the
A strong defensive first half wasn’t enough as the Tolar Rattlers lost 27-7 at Comanche to end the Rattlers’ regular season Friday. Tolar (5-5, 2-3 District 6-3A DII) was tied
The Granbury Lady Pirates were eliminated from the UIL Class 5A volleyball playoffs Friday with a 3-0 (25-13, 25-23, 25-23) loss to Denton at Saginaw Chisholm Trail High School. Granbury
A turnover-laden performance led to a 24-7 loss for the Granbury Pirates at Saginaw Friday in the final game of the regular season. Granbury (6-4, 5-3 District 3-5A DI) had
The Granbury Lady Pirates earned their first win of the season by beating Nolan Catholic 55-44 at home Tuesday.
As the cliche goes, Lipan basketball doesn’t rebuild – it reloads.
After bowing out in the first round of playoffs last year, Tolar head basketball coach Ethan Lunn is excited for 2019-20.
Last year, the Granbury Pirates were thrown in the deep end.
The UIL boys basketball season officially gets underway next weekend, and expectations are high across Hood County.
The species that is generally referred to as best eating fish in the south is the crappie.
Granbury Lady Pirate forward Jayla Hall battles down low with a Mineral Wells player during a scrimmage Tuesday.
Granbury football lost to Saginaw 24-7 Friday on the road, ending the regular season at 6-4 (5-3 District 3-5A DI).
Friday will be a marquee day for Hood County sports programs.
With deer season underway, hunters across Texas can enjoy what the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department expects to be a great year for deer.
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The Cornerstone Christian Academy Lady Crusaders fi nished in third place in the TCAF Division II state volleyball playoff s. Cornerstone beat Covenant Classical in the third-place game.
The Tolar Rattlers could’ve just won by one point against Rio Vista at home Friday, and it would’ve been enough to earn a playoff spot.
The Tolar Lady Rattler volleyball season ended in a five-set loss to No. 24 Bowie in the UIL Class 3A bi-district round.
The Granbury Lady Pirate golf team finished in 11th place at the Georgetown ISD 2019 Girls Invitational, held at White Wing Golf last weekend.
The Granbury Lady Pirates dominated their UIL Class 5A bi-district game against Carter-Riverside at Aledo Monday, winning 3-0 (25-6, 25-9, 25-4).
The emotions on the faces of Granbury Pirate players and coaches after the final whistle against Brewer Friday were clear as day.
The Granbury Lady Pirates won a bi-district title with a sweep of Carter-Riverside at Aledo Monday.
The Granbury Lady Pirate and Tolar Lady Rattler volleyball teams begin their playoff runs Monday night.
Granbury will play Carter-Riverside at Aledo High School at 6:30 p.m.
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