Beasley Reece played football in an era when concussions weren’t talked about. A player “getting his bell rung” was just part of the game.
The Lions hosted the Lago Vista Vikings on Friday night for their first home game of the season and came up short 22-7.
The Mexia football team broke loose for 31 first-half points and led home-standing Troy 31-22 at the intermission.
The Groesbeck Lions Club held its monthly business meeting on Wednesday, September 2. Lions Club President Sharon Fredriksson presided during the meeting.
On the day that the Groesbeck Lady Goats reached their highest ranking in several years in the TGCA state volleyball polls, they got waylaid enough by the Leon Lady Cougars who were recovering from three straight losses that had knocked them totally out of the state polls. The #5 Lady Goats hosted the legendary Lady Cougars on Tuesday, September 1 and proved to be the perfect hosts allowing the pre-season #2 ranked in 2A Leon squad to go home with a 17, 20 and 20 win. The win came on the day that TGCA’s state polls had moved the previously unbeaten Lady Goats up to #5 in the 3A polls. What’s more, the Leon win stopped the Groesbeck streak of 24 sets won without the opponents winning a set.