Granbury High School will host Stephenville and Fort Worth Dunbar in a Class 4A bi-district playoff game on Friday at 7:30 p.m. at Pirate Stadium. Admission is $7 for adults
The Tolar Lady Rattlers fell to Santo 48-36 on the road Saturday morning. Tolar is now 1-1 on the season. The Lady Rattlers traveled to Meridian Tuesday and will host
The Granbury Lady Pirates ended the Burleson Centennial Lady Spartan Classic on a high note, winning their final two games on Friday and Saturday. Granbury played Lubbock High on Friday
Tolar hung tough with Comanche in the final game of the season but lost 22-14 at home Friday. The Rattlers finished the year at 4-6 (1-4 District 6-3A Division II).
Granbury football’s season came to an end at home Friday in a 34-20 loss to Saginaw. The Pirates finished the year at 2-8 (1-7 District 3-5A Division I), one season
The fall feeding frenzy has been ongoing for a while now. The next season is showing its face on those colder days, and those winter patterns are sure to be
North Central Texas Academy had a busy sports schedule in recent weeks. VOLLEYBALL ENDS SEASON The Lady Pioneers volleyball team fell in four sets to Lubbock All-Saints on Nov. 3
The Tolar Lady Rattlers played stifling defense in the first half of their season opener against Dublin Tuesday and came away with a 47-28 win. Tolar allowed just two points
Mark your calendars now for the Granbury Lady Pirate Tournament, scheduled for Nov. 29-Dec. 1. The annual tournament will feature top teams from around the North and Central Texas regions.
Granbury girls basketball was 1-2 after Thursday through its first three games of the season. The Lady Pirates won their season opener against Brownwood Tuesday at home, but dropped their
The last two months brought over a foot and a half of rain to Hood County, interfering with sports at every level. For a look at the Gran-bury PIrates’ most
A hot start for the Gran-bury Pirates didn’t end in a win, as Granbury lost 35-21 at Brewer Friday. The Pirates are now 2-7 (1-6 District 3-5A Division I) this
Everything finally came together for the Tolar Rattlers against Rio Vista Friday night in a 55-20 road win. Tolar moved to 4-5 (1-3 District 6-3A Division II) with the win.
Both the Granbury boys and girls golf teams had strong finishes in competitions over the weekend. At the Halloween in the Hill Country Classic held at White Wing Golf Course
Two months of heavy rain may have made the fishing better in Hood County, but other organizations have had a tough time adjusting. Since Sept. 1, Hood County has been
Granbury swim continued its hot start to the season by winning a meet against Arlington Martin, Arlington Bowie and Arlington Seguin at the Hood County YMCA Natatorium Saturday. The Pirates
Ten seniors departed the Granbury basketball program last year, leaving the Pirates with three returning varsity players.
After an injury-plagued 2017-18 campaign left the Granbury Lady Pirates without much depth, head coach Steve Schmidt now has a wealth of talent on his hands.
On Friday, the Granbury Pirates exercised a season’s worth of frustration in a 74-28 win over Saginaw Chisholm Trail.
The Tolar Rattlers suffered another late loss, this one a 16-13 defeat at home against Millsap in a game that eliminated Tolar from playoff contention.
The Granbury Lady Pirates grabbed control early and never let go in a 3-0 (25- 5, 25-4, 25-10) blowout of Fort Worth North Side in the bi-district round of the UIL Class 5A volleyball playoffs Mond
The Tolar Lady Rattlers lost a five-set heartbreaker to Jacksboro Friday in Mineral Wells and were eliminated from playoff contention.
The Granbury Pirate and Lady Pirate cross country teams ended their 2018 seasons with appearances at the UIL Region 1-5A meet at Mae Simmons Park in Lubbock Monday.
Tolar volleyball ended the 2018 regular season in a tie for fourth place in District 7-3A.