The Lipan Indians jumped out on De Leon early Tuesday and won 61-46 at home. Lipan led 18-6 after the first quarter and 34-18 at the half. Three Indians scored
Mansfield Timberview’s press proved to be too much for Granbury Tuesday as the Lady Pirates lost 64-31. Granbury (8-10, 1-2 District 5-5A) couldn’t break through the Timberview defense in the
The Granbury Pirates stayed with the No. 1 team in the state for much of the first half Tuesday night, but ultimately lost to Mansfield Timberview 79-53 in the opening
The Granbury Pirates and Lady Pirates will have different start times than usual Friday.
The Tolar Lady Rattlers lost 51-13 to Brock, the No. 12 team in Class 3A, in a District 7-3A game Saturday on the road. Tolar is now 0-2 in district
Granbury High School’s Yari Press, a senior on the Lady Pirate volleyball team, was named to the Academic All-State team by the Texas Girls Coaches Association. The honor is given
The Lipan Lady Indians were on a four-game win streak heading into Tuesday’s District 19-1A game against Gorman on the road. After falling to Keene in the semifinals of the
The Lipan Indians won’t begin District 19-1A play until the new year. Lipan hosted De Leon Tuesday, and will welcome in Hico at 2 p.m. Friday. The Indians will play
GHS sophomore Daniel D’Souza set a school record by swimming 54.87 seconds in the Boys 100 yard butterfly at the North Texas 5A TISCA Invitational earlier this month.
Jaedyn and Kayleigh Price, students at Baccus Elementary, competed at the USA Track and Field National Junior Olympic Cross Country Meet in Reno, Nevada on Dec. 8. Jaedyn, a second-grader,
The Granbury Pirate and Lady Pirate powerlifting teams raised over $5,000 at a Lift-a-Thon fundraising event at Pirate Pavilion Thursday. Powerlifters put up their maximum amount of weight in the
The Tolar Rattlers lost 53-46 to Alvarado Friday at home. Tolar was down by 24 entering the fourth quarter before mounting a furious comeback. The Rattlers cut the lead to
It took a little while for the Granbury Lady Pirates to find their stride Friday at Burleson. But once they did, Gran-bury stormed back from a halftime deficit and won
Tolar kicked off its District 7-3A slate with a 60-47 win at home against Breckenridge Tuesday.
Mason Behrens had 18 points and Matt Moody had 14. Derian Morphew grabbed 16 boards.
The Granbury Pirates lost their District 5-5A opener to No. 1 Mansfield Timberview at home 79-53 Tuesday.
Cade Dudley led Granbury with 16 points.
The Granbury Lady PIrates lost 64-31 to state No. 2 Mansfield Timberview at home Tuesday in District 5-5A play.
The Granbury Lady Pirates beat Burleson 41-35 Friday on the road.
Nina Parker had 18 points as Granbury erased a 20-12 halftime deficit.
Did you know there was a time of year besides spring where your chances of catching a big catfish are better than most? Well, believe it or not, winter is
The Granbury Pirate and Lady Pirate cross country teams honored standouts at a banquet Monday night. Clayton Smith was named the boys’ Most Valuable Player for the second straight year.
Seven Granbury Pirate football players earned 2018-19 Academic All-State honors from the Texas High School Coaches Association. Clayton Jones and Tyler Pippin were named First Team All-State Academic. Robert Faaborg,
Makenzie Sheffield, a senior cadet in the Granbury High School Marine JROTC, signed to compete for the North Carolina State University rifle team in a ceremony Tuesday. Sheffield holds a
The Tolar Lady Rattlers opened District 7-3A with a 39-24 loss to Paradise at home Tuesday. Tolar trailed 23-12 at the half and couldn’t come back in the last two
The Tolar Rattlers used a strong defensive effort in the second half to beat Italy 58-21 on the road Tuesday. Tolar led 18-14 at the half before pouring it on
An offensive onslaught helped Lipan beat Dublin 94-68 at home Tuesday. Five Indians scored in double figures, led by Layton Sharp, who put up 26 points and hit six three-pointers
The Granbury Lady Pirates dropped their first District 5-5A game with a 48-46 loss to Everman at home Tuesday. Granbury led 38-34 after the third quarter, and after Mandy Withey