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May 29 was to be graduation night, but COVID-19 has pushed the ceremony to Friday, June 26 at 8 p.m. on Tolar football field.
Granbury High School graduation returns to Pirate Stadium after almost a 25-year hiatus.
Edith Valdez, a senior on the Granbury High School cross country team, announced that she will continue her athletic career at Dodge City Community College in Kansas. Valdez was one of the GHS team’s Most Valuable Players for the past two seasons. In attendance at the ceremony were her mother, Maria Garcia (right), and GHS head coach Amber Ward. JEFF MEADOR
Granbury senior basketball player Jayla Hall announced that she will continue her playing career at Ranger College during a signing ceremony Friday at the Granbury ISD administration building.
James Sauernheimer aced the 154-yard, 8th hole at Pecan Plantation using an 9 iron. Witnesses were Debbie Dewey, James Erskine, Erna Lee and Robert Paris.
The Texas summer is on the way, and the warm water patterns start changing. In fact the heat affects all wildlife.
Five Granbury High School student athletes announced college plans during staggered signing ceremonies on Tuesday.
Three Granbury Pirates were named to the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches Academic All-State 5A team. They are Michael Withey, Ezekiel Sedgwick and Gage Molinari.
The Granbury Pirates will play five home and five away games this fall. The Pirates kick off against Paschal Aug. 28 in Pirate Stadium followed by a trip to Waco to play Waco University.
Granbury’s Macie Blohowiak received soccer’s Most Valuable Player goal-keeping award in District 5-5A.
Hood County residents and surrounding communities are fortunate to have extraordinary health care partners – EMS, first responders, hospital, clinics, home health, hospice agencies, at-home support companies, various nonprofits, nursing homes, non-emergency medical transportation, long-term care facilities, suppliers and local leaders.
What a better way to relax during these stressful times than a trip to the lake? Boaters and anglers are taking to the water to soak up some sunshine and test their luck when casting a line. Here, a fish erman tries to find out what will bite in a Lake Granbury slough behind Granbury City Hall. ROGER ENLOW | HOOD COUNTY NEWS
Two golfers gained bragging rights at the Pecan Plantation County Club when they made aces. Gwen Ware made a 139-yard shot to a hole-in-one in hole No. 8, while Sancy Joyce-Brown landed her 96-yard shot for a hole-in-one on hole No. 5.
The Lake Granbury Area Shrine Club Annual Golf Tournament is postponed until Monday, Oct. 5 because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Many folks focus on slabs, crappie or – as they call them in Louisiana – sac-alait in the spring.
The University Interscholastic League basketball season is, technically, still ongoing – the boys state championship tournament was suspended after the Class 3A semifinals last week, and no makeup
Three Lipan Lady Indians were named to the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches Class 1 A All-State team. Kaylee Little (11), Maggie Peacock (45) and Taylor Clark (22), all juniors, helped take the Lady Indians to the state championship game. Little ran point for the Lady Indians and often played all 32 minutes of each game. Peacock led Lipan in scoring and rebounding and was named to the All-State Tourna- ment team. Clark was both an excellent shooter from the corners and a tough defender and rebounder. Lipan was one of only two schools to have three players on the Class 1 A team. Nazareth, the state champions, was the other.
At the end of the fishing day for those keeping fish, cleaning your catches is the usually perceived as a negative experience.
If this were a normal year, the Granbury Lady Pirate soccer team would be starting its playoff run, golf and tennis squads across the county would be gearing up for district meets, and baseball and softball teams would be well underway in district play.
Granbury, Tolar and Lipan ISDs will all close schools for the week of March 16-20 as a result of the ongoing response to the COVID-19/coronavirus pandemic.
The University Interscholastic League, which oversees all public school athletics in Texas, has announced that all athletic events will be postponed in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The Granbury Lady Pirates went to Crowley a day early and came out with an 11-3 win Thursday.
The Granbury Pirate golf team finished second at the Region I- 5A Preview Tournament, held last week at the Rawls Course in Lubbock.
A three-goal first half for the Granbury Lady Pirates led to a 4-0 road win over Everman Friday and the 200th victory in head coach David Winideman’s career.