If fourth grade teacher Mashara Streater ever tires of the classroom, she might want to consider becoming a cowgirl. The teacher donned chaps and a cowboy hat and tried her hand at roping during Ag Day at Gatesville Intermediate School. Hill County 4-H Agent Sheryl Raley, not pictured, led the session on ranching and convinced different teachers to dress in the cowboy gear.
Gatesville FFA and 4-H clubs hosted a livestock project workshop Tuesday in the vocational wing of Gatesville High School. Seven different presenters taught students about selection and management of lambs, goats, poultry, equine, cattle, swine and rabbits. Former GHS agriculture science teacher Harry Grmela is shown leading the session on rabbits. GHS senior Candace Hudson is shown seated at the front of the room with a rabbit.
Kayla McGiboney (14) jumps and spikes the ball over a pair of leaping Brownwood would-be blockers in Gatesville’s sweep of the Lady Lions on Tuesday.
A Gatesville Hornet tradition will end at the conclusion of the 2014 football season. Kyle Cooper became the Gatesville head football coach prior to the 2007 campaign and has had a Wallace and a Santulan on the squad each year since. However, as their brothers did before them, seniors Andrew Wallace and Addison Santulan will conclude their Hornet careers this season. “It’s been great to have them, but it’ll be sad not having a Wallace and a Santulan on the team,” Cooper said.
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