The Class 1A No. 3 Lipan Lady Indians beat No. 2 Dodd City 48-35 at Mansfield Legacy Friday to advance to the Region III-1A championship.
A 40-point second quarter lifted the Lipan Indians to an 87-37 win over Evant in the area round of the Class 1A UIL playoffs in Glen Rose Thursday.
After receiving a bye in the bi-district round of the Class 1A playoffs, the Lipan Indians will face Evant in the area round Thursday.
There’s a reason the Granbury Pirate baseball team has developed what head coach Brad Eppler calls one of the best offseason programs in the state.
Tolar 4-H member Braylee Kirkpatrick (wearing ribbon, front and center), 9, took home Grand Champion honors in the Commercial Cross Gilt and the Heavy Weight Division at the Fort Worth Stock Sho
The North Central Texas Academy Pioneers are the Texas Christian Athletic League Class 6A – and class 3A – boys basketball state champions.
The Granbury Lady Pirates took on tough competition at the Forney Varsity Tournament over the weekend and emerged unscathed, winning four games and tying one.
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Departent is encouraging anglers in Texas to comment on proposed changes to saltwater fishing regulations for 2020-21.
The Granbury Pirate golf team got its season started at the Burleson Centennial Invitational on Friday and Saturday.
The Lipan Indians will hold the Inaugural Invitational Lipan Baseball Tournament this weekend.
Talking casually before the Texas Christian Athletic Fellowship Division II state title game in Willow Park Saturday, Cornerstone Christian Academy Lady Crusader head coach Neville Jones mentioned
The Tolar Rattlers were eying their first playoff win since the 2006-07 season.
It’s the state tournament or bust for Maggie Peacock (45) and the Lipan Lady Indians, who took on Priddy in the Class 1A regional quarterfinal round Tuesday in Eastland.
The Tolar Rattlers were knocked out of the Class 3A playoffs in the bi-district round with a 63-49 loss to Childress in Merkel Tuesday.
The Tolar Rattlers will begin their playoff push Tuesday, while the Lady Indians will look to win their second postseason game and advance to the Class 1A Region III Tournament.
The Cornerstone Christian Academy Lady Crusaders beat Mineral Wells Community Christian 42-36 Saturday in Willow Park to win the TCAF Division II state championship.
Aaron Sorkin himself couldn’t have written a better script for Granbury Pirate Senior Night at the James Wann Sports Center Tuesday.
For the third straight year, the Granbury High School Marine Corps JROTC air rifle team has won the Marine Corps Service Championships.
Blake Cason and the Tolar Rattlers are preparing to start their 2020 playoff run. Tolar’s bi-district opponent is Childress, the winner of District 8-3A and the No. 19 team in Class 3A. The Rattlers finished at 8-6 in District 7-3A and were the fourth seed. Tolar and Childress will square off at Merkel High School Tuesday at 6 p.m. The winner of that game will take on the winner of Anson and Eastland in the area round.
Most learning years for high school basketball programs don’t end in a playoff appearance.
Last Monday morning as I was heading out before sunup, you could see the red sun in the morning which always has me thinking of that old saying: “Red sky at night, sailor’s delight. Red sky at morning, sailors take warning.” Well luckily, I was not heading out on the water that morning. I get constantly asked about “bananas on the boat,” which led me to run this article on water myths and superstitions.
The Granbury Lady Pirates kept it rolling Tuesday with a 3-1 win over Mansfield Timberview at home.
The Granbury Lady Pirate softball team opened its season with a 12-5 home win over Joshua Tuesday in cold, wet conditions.
The Cornerstone Christian Academy Lady Crusaders will play for the Texas Christian Athletic Fellowship Division II state championship today at Willow Park Trinity Christian.
It wasn’t until the third quarter of the area round playoff game against the Brookesmith Lady Mustangs in Stephenville Thursday that the Lipan Lady Indians finally showed why they’re the No. 3 team in Class 1A.