The Granbury Pirates couldn’t keep up with Crowley in a 55-43 home loss Friday in District 5-5A play. Granbury trailed 13-9 after one quarter, and it looked as though the
Finally, 2018 is in our rearview mirror. We can move past another World Series won by the Boston Red Sox, another U.S. Open won by Brooks Koepka (a man with
We are expected to have a warming trend this week and the winter patterns will likely change some. Be prepared to change your tactics. Instead of looking deep when it
Lipan’s Taylor Grove worked hard in the low post Thursday against Lingleville, scoring 14 points as the Lady Indians rolled to an 82-30 win.
The Lipan Indians put on a defensive clinic in their District 19-1A opener against the Lingleville Cardinals Thursday in a 99-28 win. The Indians’ suffocating press forced Lingleville into turnover
Balanced scoring and a dogged defensive effort helped the Lipan Lady Indians blow out the Lingleville Lady Cardinals 82-30 at home Thursday. Lipan won the tip and immediately started feeding
The Tolar Rattlers finished second in the Eula Tournament Saturday, losing 57-32 in the title game to Martins Mill, the No. 4 team in Class 2A.
The Granbury Lady Pirates finished 2-3 at the Lake Travis Girls Basketball Tournament last weekend.
The Granbury boys split four games at the Fredericksburg Roundball Reunion Tournament last weekend.
The Lipan Indians won the Tenaha Holiday Hoops Tournament with a thrilling 62-55 win over Shelbyville, the No. 1 team in Class 2A, in the championship game Saturday.
The Cornerstone Christian boys basketball team won the Weatherford Christian Christmas Classic Tournament last Saturday. The Crusaders beat Hill School 63-32 in the opener before upsetting Stephen-ville Faith 59-56 after
Basketball teams have to work hard at forging a connection between members of a starting backcourt. If the guards aren’t jelling together, the offense doesn’t flow, the defense is misaligned
Tolar volleyball improved in head coach Paul Wisden’s first year, winning eight games in district and narrowly missing out on a playoff spot.
The Tolar baseball team earned a playoff berth out of District 7-3A.
Tolar football rode a tough running game to four wins in 2018, but the Rattlers missed out on the postseason. Tolar will need to replace a talented senior class next year.
The Granbury Pirates played nearly every team close in 2018, but came away with a 2-8 season.
Granbury baseball had a one-game battle with Crowley to determine the fourth and fi nal playoff seed out of District 9-5A, and the Pirates lost 1-0.
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More hardware came home to Hood County in 2018.
FIVE STRAIGHT: The North Central Texas Academy Pioneers secured their spot at the top of TAPPS Class 1A yet again, winning a fi fth straight title with a win over San Antonio Legacy Christian behin
Many popular birds visit our area through out the year. Winter is no different, but for an angler many of these different species of birds may lead to finding active
Granbury’s Payton Bell (left) was recognized Monday at the GISD school board meeting for being named to the Texas Coaches Association Class 5A All-State team. Bell, a junior, is pictured
Cornerstone Christian Academy freshman Tori Stultz scored 13 points in the Lady Crusaders’ 44-36 loss to Weatherford Victory Baptist last week. Baylee Morton was the high scorer with 17, while
The Tolar Rattlers started off District 7-3A play with a 60-47 win over Breckenridge at home Tuesday. Mason Behrens and Seth Carroll each scored 18 points for the Rattlers (11-5,
The No. 12 Lipan Lady Indians knocked off No. 20 Gorman 43-40 Tuesday on the road in a District 19-1A game. Lipan is now 2-0 in district play and will