The Gatesville Lions Club recently honored Lisa Truss, center, as the May “Teacher of the Month.” Truss is the head of the science department at Gatesville High School and is also a girls’ coach. Shown presenting the award are Richard Shook, left, Lions Club president; and Shane Webb, right, GHS principal.
Coryell County Game Warden Colt Gaulden received a Director’s Life Saving Citation at the 12th Annual Law Enforcement Division Awards Ceremony in Austin. Gaulden and his partner in 2011, Michael Hummert, of Grayson County, were recognized for providing life-saving first aid to a victim who had jumped into shallow waters and broke his neck.
Gatesville High’s Nick Anderson and Jordan Brock both kept their seasons alive Saturday, finishing second and first, respectively, in the boys’ and girls’ 800-meter races at the 4A Region III track meet in Huntsville. Anderson, who was in eighth place at one point during the race’s second lap, made a late comeback and finished second with a time of 1 minute, 59 seconds, just 1 second behind the winner.
Gatesville’s Hunter Crawford connects for an RBI single in the second inning of a play-in game loss to Connally Friday night, before weather delayed the contest to Saturday.