Staff and administrators at Oglesby School participated in the Ice Bucket Challenge to benefi t the ALS Association. They have issued a challenge to their counterparts at Jonesboro ISD to follow suit before the Tigers and Eagles face off on the football fi eld on Oct. 10 at Tiger Stadium. At Oglesby, all staff members sat in a semi-circle and allowed football players and cheerleaders to soak them with ice water while the student body cheered them on. OISD Superintendent Jason Jones, left, and Principal David Maass are shown getting doused at Friday’s pep rally.
The Boys & Girls Club of Gatesville is sponsoring its annual pie and sweets sale, just in time for Thanksgiving. Various types of pies, cheesecakes and pastries may be ordered through Oct. 15. Delivery will be on Nov. 25. Pictured with one of the pies are, left to right, Trey Garrett, Alyiah Villegas and Zoey Arnold.
Gatesville senior running back Kael Byrom, right, stretches out to hold the ball over the goal line for a touchdown in the second quarter of the Hornets’ win over Salado on Friday. The runner was aided in his effort by Brandon Taylor (68) and Cooper Edmiston (5), who helped push the pile towards the end zone on the play.
Jonathan Taylor (21) races down the sideline with a trail of Warrior players in his wake during Oglesby’s mercy-ruled victory over Killeen Memorial on Saturday.
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