The “Wall of Honor” was unveiled Thursday evening during a ceremony at the Gatesville Civic Center ballfields. Recreation director Sammy Cockrell, far right, introduced the honorees who are still living. They are, left to right, Jerry Sullivan, Charles Hollingsworth, Bobby Harrington, Curtis Pilkington, Kevin Lewis, Sharon Lusby, Katy Smith and Mike Smith.
Members of the Coryell City 4-H Club recently volunteered at the Coryell City/Osage Fire Department’s annual fi sh fry. 4-H members made homemade desserts, helped set up, serve and clean up at the event, as well as donated items for the silent auction. Members of the 4-H club also participated in fund-raising efforts for the department by selling tickets for a drawing that was held during the event. Pictured, back row, left to right, are Riley Farney, Elliott Lanham, Mason Matthews, Hunter Crawford, Garrett Gunnels and Maci Snively. Front, left to right, are Blayne Barton, Hailey Luensmann, Luke Farney, Rebecca Rutherford, Morgan Gunnels, Maci Matthews and Darcy Carothers.
After the Gatesville Hornets disposed of La Vega Friday night, several scenarios remained a possibility for the District 17-4A outcome. The Hornets, 32-7 overall and 7-2 in district, entered Tuesday’s game with Lorena (8-1), with a chance of sharing a district championship.
Alex Pittman (10) rushes the Bulldog quarterback during Friday’s game in Burnet. Pittman was in on five tackles, including one for a loss.
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