The Lipan Lady Indians continued their run through District 18-1A with a 78-16 win over Rising Star Tuesday. Lipan, ranked No. 4 in Class 1A, led 19-4 after one quarter
The Tolar Rattlers and Lady Rattlers both blew out Boyd at home Tuesday. The Rattlers (1-3 District 7-3A) jumped out to a 15-2 lead over Boyd after the first quarter
Basketball teams across Hood County posted wins Friday.
The Granbury Lady Pirates debuted at No. 3 in the initial Texas Girls Coaches Association Class 5A soccer poll, released this week.
Tolar senior Grace Jones passed the 1,000-point mark in her basketball career this season.
Jones, a guard, is the top scorer on the Lady Rattlers this season and an excellent rebounder.
Daniel Vigneron of Luxembourg tavels the world as an ambassador for the Kiwanis Club nonprofit organization. It’s part of his service as the International President.
The Granbury Pirate soccer team is well aware they went winless in district last season.
The Granbury Lady Pirate soccer team still has yet to drop a match this season after taking home the Aledo Tournament championship last weekend.
The North Central Texas Academy Pioneers knocked off UIL Class 4A No. 19 China Spring 53-44 on the road Saturday.
Granbury High School Marine Corps JROTC senior Clarissa Layland received an appointment to the US Naval Academy and signed to join the Academy’s college rifle team last week.
The Tolar Rattlers and Lady Rattlers both suffered District 7-3A losses at Jacksboro Friday.
The Granbury Pirates are still searching for their first District 5-5A win after losing 48-30 at Crowley Saturday in a game that was postponed from Friday due to severe storms.
The Granbury Lady Pirates battled Crowley all morning Saturday but came up just short in a 40-38 road loss.
The Granbury Pirates and Lady Pirates both suffered tough losses to Mansfield Legacy at home Tuesday.
The boys lost 64-37, and are 0-4 in District 5-5A.
Those of you that enjoy chasing crappie, white bass and striped bass in the river, now is your time.
The Granbury Lady Pirate soccer team began their 2020 campaign with 14 seniors listed on a roster of 23 players.
1. Brock (4-0) T2. Paradise (3-1) T2. Peaster (3-1) T2. Jacksboro (3-1) T5. Tolar (1-3) T5. Millsap (1-3) T5. Breckenridge (1-3) 8. Boyd (0-4)
The third quarter proved to be the difference in the Tolar Lady Rattlers’ 66-31 loss to Peaster at home Tuesday.
T1. Mansfield Timberview (4-0) T1. Crowley (4-0) T3. Mansfield Legacy (3-1) T3. Burleson Centennial (3-1) T5. Everman (1-3) T5. Granbury (1-3) T7. Burleson (0-4) T7. Arlington Seguin (0-4)
Through three quarters against Burleson Centennial at home, the Granbury Lady Pirates looked like they had a shot at picking up their second District 5-5A win. But Centennial won 68-46
T1. Brock (2-0) T1. Paradise (2-0) T1. Peaster (2-0) T1. Breckenridge (2-0) T5. Boyd (0-2) T5. Jacksboro (0-2) T5. Tolar (0-2) T5. Millsap (0-2)
The Tolar Rattlers were tied at home with No. 5 Peaster after one quarter Tuesday, but lost 75-46 to fall to 0-2 in District 7-3A.
T1. Mansfield Timberview (2-0) T1. Burleson Centennial (2-0) T1. Arlington Seguin (2-0) T3. Crowley (1-1) T3. Mansfield Legacy (1-1) T5. Everman (0-2) T5. Granbury (0-2) T5. Burleson (0-2)
The Granbury Pirates had everything going for them – for about four minutes.
…Everyone should be quick to listen, slow to speak and slow to become angry, because human anger does not produce the righteousness that God desires. James 1:19-20 Dealing with people