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Speedy Hornets tearing up base paths

Covering the bag Gatesville middle infielders Kody Hernandez (14) and Banner Allman (10) cover second base on steal attempt by Lago Vista. Photo by Mark Goodson

Speedy Hornets tearing up base paths

Kicking up the dirt Junior Gill Wallace slides into third base during Friday’s win over Lago Vista. The Hornets have been effective running the bases in their first 10 games of the season. They posted a 3-1 record in the Rogers Tournament. The Hornets open district play March 9 at Lampasas. Photo by Mark Goodson

Speedy Hornets tearing up base paths

Gatesville’s baseball team went 3-1 in the Rogers tournament beating Lago Vista 8-1, Whitney 8-5, and Clifton 16-0. The only loss was to Salado 9-5.

Tennis squad earns two firsts

Medal winners at China Spring Gatesville had nine tennis players pick up medals in action at China Spring March 4. Picking up medals were Julee Sun, Stormy Tatum, Ty Warren, Jaegar Smith, Shy Tatum, Alex Scott, Slone Early, Bri Alexander and Laura Mitchell. Courtesy photo

Tennis squad earns two firsts

The Gatesville tennis turned in a solid day last Thursday at China Spring.

Jonesboro, Oglesby earn all-district picks

Offensive force Jonesboro’s Alissa Shumate was selected the District 25-1A Offensive Player of the Year. Jonesboro and Oglesby were well represented on the team. Photo by Mark Goodson

Jonesboro, Oglesby earn all-district picks

Top newcomer Oglesby freshman Mattie Dixon was selected the District 25-1A Newcomer of the Year for the Lady Tigers. Dixon was a solid shooter and defender as a freshman. Photo by Mark Goodson

Jonesboro, Oglesby earn all-district picks

Jonesboro sophomore Alissa Shumate earned the Most Valuable Offensive Player for District 25-1A as selected by the district coaches.

Hornets pummel Clifton, 12-0

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Hornets pummel Clifton, 12-0

Gatesville runaway Gatesville outfielder Wesley Brown slides in for a run in the Hornets’ big second inning Tuesday in a 12-0 win over the Clifton Cubs. Photo by Mark Goodson

Hornets pummel Clifton, 12-0
Hornets pummel Clifton, 12-0
Hornets pummel Clifton, 12-0

Lefty fires away Bralen Veazey impresses with steady outing for Hornets baseball squad. Veazey won his first start on the varsity Tuesday in a one-hi, eight strikeout effort at Clifton. Photo by Mark Goodson

Hornets pummel Clifton, 12-0

Gatesville baseball coach Chase Smith has been waiting for a performance like the Hornets’ baseball program produced Tuesday.

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