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And we have liftoff - The Batesuille Messenger&Star-Forum
Gatesville’s Sarah Hogan streaks toward the jump line in the triple jump at the District 17-4A/18-4A track and fi eld meet held at La Vega in Waco on Wednesday. Hogan qualifi ed for the Region III-5A meet in three different events.
Day of the Child held - The Batesuille Messenger&Star-Forum
The Gatesville Exchange Club sponsored their annual Day of the Child last Saturday. Among the many activities was child fi ngerprinting by the Gatesville Police Department. Above, Arianna Armas, left, is being fingerprinted by Chris Cato while Logan Cato ...
Changes on horizon - The Batesuille Messenger&Star-Forum
Many changes have been made in recent years at the Coryell Memorial Healthcare System and more are on the horizon. CMHS hosted a community leader luncheon Thursday to introduce another expansion project that is coming soon. David Byrom, chief ...
Hornet golfers ease through regionals to reach state - The Batesuille Messenger&Star-Forum
From the opening tee-off on Wednesday to the final putt on Thursday, there was no doubt who was the top boys’ Region III-4A golf team at Raven Nest Golf Club in Huntsville. The Gatesville Hornets dominated the links throughout the tournament ...
Hornets jump on Connally, coast to win - The Batesuille Messenger&Star-Forum
With a playoff spot on the line in their last home softball game on Friday, the Gatesville Hornets left no doubt against the Lady Cadets of Waco Connally. The black and gold pasted Connally to the tune of 9-1 thanks in large part to home runs by ...
Graduation day - The Batesuille Messenger&Star-Forum
Patriot Paws held a graduation Friday morning at the Sycamore Satellite of the Crain Unit where four veterans received service dogs. U.S. Army CPL Francesco DeFronzo is shown with his new service dog, Ross, as Patriot Paws founder and executive director ...
Hornets run-ruled in fi ve by Robinson - The Batesuille Messenger&Star-Forum
The Gatesville Hornets held strong against the No. 5-ranked Robinson Rockets through the first three-and-a-half innings of their District 17-4A baseball game held in Robinson on Tuesday night. But a fi ve-run fourth gave the Rockets (17-2-1, 6-0 ...
State bound - The Batesuille Messenger&Star-Forum
Gatesville’s Chelsy Tobin tees off during the second round of the Region III-4A girls’ golf tournament held at Raven’s Nest Country Club in Huntsville on Tuesday. Tobin fi red a two- round total of 167—82 on day one and 85 on day two—to fi nish ...
Tobin qualifies for state - The Batesuille Messenger&Star-Forum
The Gatesville Hornets girls’ golf team competed in the Region III-4A tournament held at Raven’s Nest Country Club in Huntsville earlier this week, and they ended up entering round two of the event in third place after fi ring a team score of ...
Special day proclaimed - The Batesuille Messenger&Star-Forum
April 18 was proclaimed as “Day of the Child” by the Gatesville City Council. The Gatesville Exchange Club will host a number of activities for children and parents from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. today (Saturday) at Wal-Mart. Event chairperson Diana ...
Ready, coach! - The Batesuille Messenger&Star-Forum
Brady Elliott (posing of GHS head football coach Kyle Cooper), left, takes his team through some drills during the 40th Annual Mr. and Miss GHS pageant Monday in the high school auditorium. Portraying football players are Bradi Necessary, Leonie Hassler ...
District attorney prosecutes case in Caldwell - The Batesuille Messenger&Star-Forum
Coryell County District Attorney Dusty Boyd, along with Coryell County Assistant District Attorney Scott Stevens, completed a special prosecutor assignment last week for the 21st District Court in Burleson County.
Captures second - The Batesuille Messenger&Star-Forum
Gatesville’s John Roberts crosses the fi nish line in the 200-meter run during Thursday’s Max Hibbitts Cadet Relays at Connally. Roberts fi nished second in the event, helping the Hornets to a second-place team fi nish behind Waco High.
Three sent to hospital - The Batesuille Messenger&Star-Forum
Three persons were injured in a two-vehicle accident that occurred about 5:40 p.m. Friday at the intersection of Highway 36 and FM 107 in Gatesville. According to the police report, Amanda Ann Barton, 18, of Gatesville, was driving a 2015 Ford Escape ...
On to region - The Batesuille Messenger&Star-Forum
Oglesby Tiger singles player Ryan McClinton captured fi rst place in the District 25-1A tennis tournament held Thursday in Gatesville. McClinton will try his hand next in the regional tennis tournament, which is scheduled for April 20-21 at Old Settlers ...