Photo by Mark Goodson

Speedy Jace

Jace Haferkamp races down the sideline while Jaxon Shepard of the Raiders makes a fl ag pull as he slides to his knees in a first and second grade game during the Gatesville Recreation Department’s fl ag football championships Nov. 17. The three respective champions were the Broncos, Saints and Saints.

Photo by Mark Goodson

Hot pursuit

Jackson Gaulden (left) of the Raiders and teammate Jennar Velasquez close in on Texan running back Jace Haferkamp in an early round game of the flag football championships.

Saints march to two flag titles

The Broncos won the first- and second-grade divsion to get the Gatesville Recreation Department’s flag football championships started. The Saints won both the older divisions. First and second grade Broncos

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Pressure defense

Si Sheets dribbles out the clock on a late possession against Venus High School Tuesday. The Hornets won, 85-38, in the home opener before the Thanksgiving Break. Sheets was one of five players to hit 3-pointers in the game. The 3-point makes were by Anthony Costas, Vance Jones, Sheets, Seth Trotter and Tyler Hallman.

Hornets fill the nets with threes against Bulldogs

The Hornets came out firing in their home opener Tuesday against the Venus Bulldogs, and from the looks of things – it’s going to be a rewarding year for Gatesville

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Pressure defense

Trevor Sellers applies pressure on Leakey quarterback Hunter Williams in their Class 1A bi-district matchup Nov. 16 in Brady. Jonesboro lost, 66-30, to end their season. Meanwhile Evant lost 58-12 to Nueces Canyon at Paint Rock to end the Elks season, too.

Jonesboro, Evant seasons end

Jonesboro’s season went downhill after its milestone thrilling double overtime win over Zephyr on November 2. The last two weeks left the Eagles wondering what went wrong. First, they lost


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