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
The Granbury Pirates’ last game before the start of the district season was a 61-57 win over Cleburne Tuesday at the James Wann Sports Center. Granbury trailed 13-10 after the
The Granbury Pirate powerlifting team is hosting a “Lift-A-Thon” fundraiser Thursday at 5 p.m. at Pirate Pavilion.
The Granbury Marine JROTC air rifle team advanced to the championship match of the Precision Champions Division of the National Air Rifle League.
The Lipan Indians knocked off Class 3A Clyde 66-48 Friday.
Lipan is now 11-1 this season and maintains its No. 1 ranking in the Texas Basketball Coaches Association Class 1A poll.
The Granbury Lady Pirates hung with L.D. Bell, the No. 25 Class 6A team in the state, for three quarters Friday on the road before losing 62-47.
The Tolar Rattlers (9-4) split four games at the Poolville Tournament last weekend.
A controversial last-second call led the Granbury Pirates to an 0-3 record in the Van Griffith Kia Invitational last weekend.
The Men’s Golf Association’s very popular Toys for Tots Tournament happens this morning. The entry fee for the event is an unwrapped toy, and golfers who may not be participating
The Granbury Pirates had 15 players receive All-District 3-5A Division I honors in 2018. Junior receiver and running back Joshua Franklin was named Utility Player of the Year, while sophomore
Matt Moody caught fire in the second quarter, hitting six three-pointers as the Tolar Rattlers beat Hico 51-24 at home Tuesday. Moody finished with a team-high 20 points, all of
The Tolar Lady Rattlers beat Hico 48-40 at home Tuesday. Grace Jones put up 21 points, including 11 in the fourth quarter, to lead all scorers. Aubrie Sibley scored 10,
The North Central Texas Academy Pioneers held a 12-5 record after finishing in second place in the Weatherford Tournament last weekend. NCTA lost 57-56 in the title game to Arlington
The Granbury Pirates won their second straight game with a 57-36 victory over Weatherford at home Tuesday. Both teams got off to a slow start – the Pirates led 10-9
The Tolar Rattlers went 3-1 at the Dublin Tournament this weekend, winning their final three games. After opening with a 60-54 loss to Springtown, the Rattlers bounced back with a
The Lipan Indians won the H.D. Howard Classic and kept the trophy in its home gym. Lipan had to win two close games in the process. Saturday’s semifinal game against
One half of substandard basketball prevented the Lipan Lady Indians from taking home the H.D. Howard Classic championship. Lipan’s loss in the semifinals to Keene was caused by a lackluster
Tolar football may not have made the playoffs this season, but several Rattlers earned All-District 4-3A Division II honors. Senior Ethan Cooper was named First Team All-District as a lineman
Tolar girls’ basketball went 2-2 at the Dublin Tournament, finishing first in pool play before dropping the final two games. The Lady Rattlers beat hosts Dublin 52-40 in the first
The Granbury Bantam 1 Pee-Wee football team capped off an undefeated season by beating Crowley 16-6 in the 2018 Brazos Valley Football Association Bantam Super Bowl, played at AT&T Stadium
Granbury Lady Pirate volleyball players hauled in honors this week, both from the University Interscholastic League and at the team’s annual award banquet. Junior Payton Bell was named to the
Granbury’s Mandy Withey signed to play collegiate basketball at Midwestern State University Monday. Withey, a senior center for the Lady Pirates, came to Granbury in the summer of 2017 after
The Granbury Pirates lost their first three games of pool play at the Weatherford Tournament before rallying to beat Brownwood in their final game Saturday. Granbury had tough competition in
The Granbury Lady Pirates finished the Van Griffith Kia Invitational with a loss in the third-place game Saturday. Granbury won the first two games of its home tournament, with victories
Starting Nov. 30, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) will be stocking thousands of cold weather-loving rainbow trout at ponds, lakes and rivers statewide. With 170 locations being stocked