This year’s total tops 2014 by about 35,000 pounds
It’s all heart! The 26th Annual Food For Families drive was like most others in Gatesville with the previous record for giving being shattered. At the end of the drive on Friday, Care Center director Deral McWhorter reported 379,828 pounds of food had been collected—about 35,000 pounds more than last year’s record. “People ask me over and over again how we do this,” McWhorter said, “and I tell them over and over again, ‘It’s just heart.’
The latest count for Friday’s Food for Families drive in Gatesville is 379,828 pounds, which shatters last year’s record of 343,716 pounds. Keith Steward, far right, watches as soldiers from the Texas Army National Guard weighed in food brought to the Gatesville Fire Station.
By C.J. BERRYMAN
The Oglesby Tiger cagers competed in their home tournament over the weekend, but after they took the first game over the Buckholts Badgers, they struggled mightily in their final three contests, and they ended up going 1-3 to finish up play. The Red and White (1-4 overall) will break for Thanksgiving, and they will return to action on Tuesday with a game at home against the Walnut Springs Hornets at 7:30 p.m. The following are the game by- game results of all four games played by Oglesby:
By C.J. BERRYMAN
The Jonesboro Eagles had revenge on their mind when they took on Calvert on Friday in McGregor, as they were eliminated by the Trojans in each of the previous two seasons in the exact same regional round.
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