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GHS freshman pitcher dominant in key wins

April 9, 2014
GHS freshman pitcher dominant in key wins

Living up to her name, Granbury Lady Pirate softball pitcher Kristen was, well, right on the money this past weekend.

Money, a freshman, was nothing short of dominant as the Lady Pirates defeated visiting Arlington Heights 11-0 at home Friday and won 16-0 at O.D. Wyatt Saturday.

In the win over Heights, Money pitched a one-hitter.

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Tolar in must-win situation

April 9, 2014

The Tolar Rattlers fell behind early and could not catch up as they dropped a 10-4 road baseball contest at Rio Vista Friday.

The Rattlers (9-7 overall) fell to 1-4 at the midpoint of the District 10-2A race.

Stevie Morphew led Tolar, going 2-for-4. Dusty Kimmel had a hit and two RBIs.

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Alumni Report

April 9, 2014
Alumni Report

BY RICK MAUCH

College is for learning, and it was at Howard Payne University where Ross Whittet learned just how tough he really is.

Whittet, a 2009 graduate of Granbury High, recently played his final basketball game for Howard Payne. It culminated four years of hard work and bouncing back.

Whittet’s numbers weren’t overwhelming as a senior.

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Lady Indians second at Gordon

April 9, 2014

The Lipan Lady Indians prepared for the upcoming District 17-A Track Meet by finishing second at the Gordon Longhorn Relays recently, scoring 115 points. Gorman won with 146.

In the boys division, the Indians were eighth with 34 points. Host Gordon topped the field with 138.5.

The North Central Texas Academy boys were third with 92 points.

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Lady Pirate basketball awards

April 9, 2014
Lady Pirate basketball awards

These members of the Granbury Lady Pirates received the top team awards at the team’s recent banquet. (From left) Bryce Frank was named Offensive MVP and was also the team’s rebound leader, Morgan was chosen overall team MVP, Whitley Tipton received the Fighting Heart, and Caroline Forrest was selected Defensive MVP.

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Indians get payback

April 9, 2014

Sometimes all it takes is a little time to gel.

The Lipan Indians opened the season with a 15-6 loss at home to Ranger.

Friday, the Indians went to Ranger and won 16-8.

The win improved the Indians to 5-3 in District 10-A. They are in third place, and the top three teams advance to the playoffs.

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Prepping for district

April 5, 2014
Prepping for district

Garrett Winston of the Tolar Rattlers takes the baton from teammate Cory Solomon during a relay race in the recent Rattler Relays in Tolar. The Tolar boys and girls are preparing to host the District 10-2A Track and Field Meet Wednesday and Thursday, while Granbury will travel to Aledo those days for the 7-4A Meet, and Lipan will be at Strawn for the 10-A Meet Thursday.

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Pirates stay tied for first

April 5, 2014

When the rain from the sky finally subsided Thursday, Tidwell Field was raining runs as the Granbury Pirates routed visiting South Hills 12-2 Thursday.

The victory kept the Pirates (13-7 overall) tied atop the District 7-4A standings. Aledo, No. 4 in the state, and Arlington Heights were playing last night, with the winner moving into that tie.

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NCTA players garner honors

April 5, 2014

After sweeping both the boys and girls Class A state basketball championships in the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools, North Central Texas garnered a plethora of postseason individual honors.

The Lady Pioneers, who won a fourth consecutive state championship, received three all-state honors. Senior Carolina Bianchi and junior Esther Udonsi were named to the first team, while senior Jennie Chen was chosen for the second team.

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Granbury SB finally back in action

April 5, 2014

A little time off can be nice.

But in the case of the Granbury Pirates softball team, it can also be quite trying.

The Lady Pirates, who are chasing a high finish in the District 7-4A standings, were scheduled to play at O.D. Wyatt Tuesday.

The game was bumped back to Thursday because of a scheduling confusion with the Fort Worth school district.

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