Sports

Thu
11
Sep

Goats Cross Country teams bring home medals

Groesbeck’s cross country teams participated in the Hewitt Kiwanis Club Invitational Meet – hosted by Midway ISD – last Friday, Sept. 5, at the Heart of Texas Soccer Complex. This is one of the largest meets in Central Texas, ranging from 150 to 300 runners with only the top 20 in each race receiving medals.
 
Thu
11
Sep

Goats slaughter Cobras in 60-12 Win

It didn’t take long last Thursday night for the Groesbeck Goats to take control of the football game as they took an early 15-0 lead after the fi rst quarter and wound up with a 60-12 win over the visiting Cochrane Cobras. Groesbeck started sprinkling in reserve players throughout the third quarter after leading the Cobras at the half, 41-6.
 
Thu
04
Sep

Groesbeck Cross Country competes in relay race Mud, Sweat and Cheers

The Goats cross country teams participated in the Mud, Sweat and Cheers Relay this past Saturday (Aug. 30) in Caldwell. The teams broke down into groups of four in the 1.5 mile relay race. Coach Lori Kelley said the course was shorter than what teams normally race, it proved to be extremely challenging with many obstacles, hills and lots of mud to climb and run through.
 
Thu
04
Sep

Lady Goats meet with success in recent tournament

After falling to Gatesville in a close match last Tuesday, the Lady Goats met with success in the tournament they hosted last Thursday through Saturday. Groesbeck opened up the tournament by defeating Troy, 25-16, 25-9, in pool play. The Lady Goats took the second match of the morning by tripping up the Springtown Porcupines in two sets, 25-22, 25-19.
 
Thu
28
Aug

Opening Day for Groesbeck Goats tomorrow

Opening day for Groesbeck Goats football is tomorrow (Aug. 29) when they travel to Bullard to take on the Panthers fromDistrict 5-4A-DII.  The Goats have two scrimmages under their belts against La Vega and most recently, Centerville, and are ready for their Friday contest according to head coach Bruce McDonald.
 
Thu
28
Aug

Goat Tennis starting the year with new coaches

Although summer is coming to a close, fall sports have begun to take center stage here in Groesbeck. Both cross country and football open regular season play this weekend, while volleyball started earlier this month and is in full swing.
 
Thu
21
Aug

Cross Country gearing up for great season

Stephen R. Farris
 
Cross Country season is coming up soon and Groesbeck coach Lori Kelley is more than excited about this year’s team and the number of kids that have come out for the team. So far there are 12 boys and 12 girls on the team and that number could be even more once the season gets closer.
 
Thu
21
Aug

Groesbeck Goats take out aggression on LaVega in scrimmage

Stephen R. Farris
 
The Goats have spent the last couple of weeks banging their heads against each other in practices, so last Friday night against Waco La Vega they got the chance to take out some of that aggression on someone different than each other. According to coach Bruce McDonald, they didn’t look too bad, but there’s still more work to be done before the season opener on Aug. 29.
 
Thu
14
Aug

Lady Goats start the season with wins over China Spring

The Lady Goats started the season on a positive note, sweeping China Spring 25-11, 29-27, 25-20. “This was a very competitive match for our girls,” said coach Melissa Cole. “We had some problems early on getting set up and I told the girls we can’t get complacent. We’ve got to fi ght and keep going. I had to light that fi re in them a bit and they responded.”
 
Thu
14
Aug

Coolidge Lady YellowJackets prepare for an exciting season

After a tough season in 2013, the Lady Yellowjackets look to improve this year as they prepare for exciting things to come. Coolidge has four starters coming back this year, including Dianna Kirven who missed most of last volleyball season with an injury.
 

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