–A man with a handgun robs Cresson store. He is still on the loose.
–A woman and three children escape serious injuries from a rollover on Tin Top Highway.
–Granbury School Board President Micky Shearon and his wife Beth were treated and released from Lake Granbury Medical Center after a car crash.
–Granbury High School students Harley Armstrong and Donovan Kostman win top honors in the season’s first academic meet.
Burleson Centennial (16-9, 8-4 in District 8-5A) a62, Granbury (12-16, 7-5) 55. Spartans move into sole possession of third place in district with two games to play. Pirates slip to fourth.
Burleson Centennial (14-12, 9-4 in District 8-5A) at Granbury (12-18, 6-7), 8 p.m. Lady Spartans have wrapped up third place in district, but Lady Pirates are in need of a win and some help to get in without having a district playoff. If Granbury wins and Cleburne loses to Joshua, Lady Pirates are in postseason. If Granbury loses and Cleburne wins, Lady Jackets advance. If both lose, they would be in a three-way with Joshua and have a playoff to determine fourth place. If both win, Granbury and Cleburne would meet for a third time to determine who goes on to the postseason. Granbury has not missed the postseason in back-to-back seasons in over a quarter century.
Lipan (26-6, 9-0 in District 18-A, No. 2 in state) at Gordon, 6:30 p.m. Playoffs await district champion Lady Indians.
Lipan (28-0, 7-0 in District 18-A, No. 1 in state) at Gordon, 8 p.m. Indians can wrap up No. 1 spot in district with win.
Tolar (10-19, 2-9 in District 10-2A) at Hamilton(14-10, 5-6), 6:30 p.m. Lady Rattlers’ season final.
Tolar (12-13, 8-1 in District 10-2A) at Hamilton, 8 p.m. Rattlers sit alone atop district, hope to avoid upset.