Sports

Thu
30
Oct

Goats cross country teams do well at district meet in Fairfield

Groesbeck Middle School girls cross country team fi nished in second place at the Fairfi eld Meet last week. Top runners for GMS were Kaylee Dobson, who fi nished in fi fth place, Rylie Goodman, sixth place, Genesis Hibbard, 10th, Emily Miera, 14th, and Ragen Archer completed the race at No. 15.
 
Thu
30
Oct

Lady Goats gain state ranking after sweeping Mexia, Venus last week

Keeping the ball between the lines. That is the object of most sports, but the No. 30 stateranked Groesbeck Lady Goats took it to the extreme in their match against the visiting Mexia Ladycats last Friday afternoon, sweeping them 25-19, 25-8, 25-22. Groesbeck servers seemed to fi nd the coffi n corner of the inbounds line throughout the three set match at will, as did the outside hitters.
 
Thu
23
Oct

Goats fall to Eagles, 38-0

Another strong defensive performance went by the wayside as Groesbeck dropped its second consecutive District 7-4A Division II game via the shutout. Last Friday, Fairfield (6-1, 2-0 in district) did the honors, 38-0 over the Goats. After shutting out Groesbeck last week to open the district season, Lorena defeated Rusk to join Mexia and Fairfi eld among the district’s unbeatens.
 
Thu
23
Oct

Groesbeck Cross Country competes in Fairfield Meet

Groesbeck’s high school cross country teams competed in the Fairfield Invitational Meet held on Wednesday, Oct. 15, with the girls team competing in the two-mile run and the boys in the 5K. The meet was originally scheduled to be run on Saturday, Oct. 11, but was rained out.
 
Thu
16
Oct

Goats struggle in a 31-0 loss to Lorena

LORENA – Groesbeck began the District 7-4A Division II football season with a 31-0 loss to the Leopards last Friday at Leopard Stadium. Groesbeck (1-5, 0-1 in district) will host Fairfi eld (5-1, 1-0 in district) at 7:30 p.m. on Friday.
 
Thu
16
Oct

Groesbeck Tennis hosts Mexia

Last Thursday was perfect weather for tennis as the Groesbeck Goats team hosted their Navasota River rival, the Mexia Blackcats. The Goats ended up sweeping the Blackcats and remain undefeated in district as the season begins to wind down.
 
Thu
09
Oct

Goat Tennis remains undefeated in district competition

The weather held off long enough for the Groesbeck Goats tennis team to secure a win over rival Robinson, as they remained unbeaten in district competition. “I think this was probably the best match we’ve played all year,” said coach John Loyd. “We really came together, supported each other very, very well and I don’t think Robinson really knew what to expect. We put it to ‘em!”
 
Thu
09
Oct

Ladygoats Volleyball move to 3-0 in district

The Groesbeck Lady Goats moved to 3-0 in district play after picking up wins against Mexia and Palestine last week. The Lady Goats swept all three matches against Mexia last Tuesday. The freshmen won in two sets, 27-25, 25-23, led by Evie Alfaro and Paige Spivey, while the junior varsity did the same, 25-21, 25-20, and were led by Alyssa Anglin offensively and Stazia Gibson on defense.
 
Thu
02
Oct

Goat Tennis team remains undefeated

The Groesbeck Goats tennis team remains unbeaten in district play after defeating Gatesville last Tuesday, 14-5. In boy’s singles, the Goats swept all six matches. Michael Loyd defeated Duncan Kleshick, Logan Boecker defeated Quentin Hall, Noah Basden beat Michael James, Randy Easley won over Clayton Homeyer, Noah Santa Cruz defeated John Floyd and Phillip Kemper beat Sean Dolan.
 
Thu
02
Oct

Wobble Baby Wobble

The students and faculty of Groesbeck Middle School had a special treat last Thursday during the pre-game Pep Rally. Two Sumo wrestlers showed up to spar against each other.
 

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