The Granbury Lady Pirates finished their fall season last weekend at the Jay Brewer Memorial at Texarkana County Club.
Sara Welch sets up a shot. Granbury won the first two sets, but the Grapevine Lady Mustangs rallied to win the next three sets and the bidistrict match Nov.19 at Arlington Martin High School. JEFF MEADOR. GISD
The Cornerstone Christian Academy junior varsity volleyball team took third place in the Texas Christian Athletic Fellowship by defeating Nazarene Christian from Crowley 25-12, 25-18. Pictured are (front from left) Madison Smith, Madison Jones and Lizzy Carter. Back from left: coach Kalee King, Taylor Stultz (all-tournament team), Elizabeth Gonzalez, Hayden Richardson, Dakota Becker and Emalee Bradford. COURTESY PATRICIA BECKER
Tate Branson and Tripp Phillips scored 14 points, and Garrett Smith added 13 to lead the state-ranked Lipan boys basketball team past Paradise 60-39 on Saturday.
Granbury High School guard McLain Golba fouls Glen Rose High School’s Caden Smith during a non-district basketball game atTiger Arena in Glen Rose Monday.The Tigers won the game 63-44. DAVID MONTESINO
Three Tolar Lady Rattlers scored in double figures to lead the basketball team to a 60-25 win over visiting Early Friday afternoon.
FORT WORTH - Undefeated and speedy Lindsay whipped Tolar 69-20 in the second round of the Class 2A Division II football playoffs Friday night, but the future looks bright in Tolar Rattler territory.
TEARFUL SENDOFF: An emotional Tolar senior Macaine Tucker is consoled by teammates after the tough 69-20 loss to an experienced Lindsay High School team. SEE STORY AND PHOTOS, B1 DAVID MONTESINO
The Granbury Lady Pirates were on fire early against Grapevine in the first round of the volleyball playoffs.
The Tolar Rattlers boys basketball team thumped the visiting Lingleville Cardinals 80-59 Tuesday night.
Alvarado downed the Granbury boys basketball team 58-52 on Monday night.
The visiting Granbury Lady Pirates basketball team’s defense kept them within striking distance of Burleson Tuesday night, but the Lady Elks prevailed 47-42.
The Granbury Pirates football season finale against the Saginaw Rough Riders is Saturday, Nov. 28, at 2 p.m. at Globe Life Park in Arlington.
COURTESY PATRICIA BECKER
The Granbury Pirates erupted for three fourth-quarter touchdowns to defeat Arlington Heights 38-14 Thursday night at historic Farrington Field in Fort Worth.
Charming Wescott and Haylee Burt led the Tolar Lady Rattlers basketball team to a 56-36 win over Lingleville Tuesday night in Tolar.
LIPAN - In a battle of elite small-school girls basketball teams, the Muenster Lady Hornets escaped Lipan Tuesday night with a bruising 48-44 win. Both are state runners-up from last year - Muenster in Class 2A and Lipan in Class A.
The Granbury Lady Pirate volleyball team defeated Azle in straight sets Friday 25-18, 25-13, 25-14.
Austin McGowan drilled in 24 points to lead the Tolar Rattlers to a 79-44 win over visiting Huckabay Saturday in the season basketball opener.
The Granbury Lady Pirates disposed of Joshua 42-29 on Friday and the next day dominated Nolan Catholic 56-32.
The Lipan boys downed visiting LaPoynor 71-64 on Saturday in a battle of state basketball powers.
The Tolar Lady Rattlers defeated South Hills 57-26 Friday night at home for their first win of the season in three tries.
The Lipan girls basketball team defeated two larger schools on consecutive days.
Lipan’s Patrick Marcantonio battles La Poynor’s Garrett Nuckolls for a rebound.The third-ranked Indians defeated No.21 LaPoynor 71-64 Saturday. SEE STORY AND MORE PHOTOS, B2 DAVID MONTESINO I HOOD COUNTY NEWS