Gatesville native Bill Whitt is shown by the statue of a sailor at the Navy Memorial in Washington, D.C., one of many memorials he visited as a veteran selected to participate in the Honor Flight program earlier this month.
Students from Gatesville Intermediate School participated in a wide variety of activities Friday at McKamie Stadium. The students rotated from hurdling to 100-meter run to soccer to field goal kicking to tug-of-war and many other physical activities. Rady Hollingsworth is shown going over the hurdles.
By C.J. BERRYMAN
Last Wednesday night in the Jonesboro High School cafeteria, all Eagle and Lady Eagle student-athletes were recognized for their play on the field, court and track, and for their work in the classroom during the 2014-15 school year. Prior to the high school student- athletes taking the stage, Jonesboro coaches recognized all junior high students who participated in athletics this year.
By C.J. BERRYMAN
The Gatesville boys’ and girls’ golf teams held their annual awards banquet last Tuesday night at the Gatesville Country Club. Receiving the most valuable player award for the boys’
team was Zane Washburn, and Chelsy Tobin was honored with the MVP award for the girls’ team.
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