BULLARD – Two Bullard High School baseball players, and a twin-sister duo, are all going their separate ways after the quintet signed national letters-of-intent in three sports, on Tuesday morning, at the Bullard High School’s, Audrey Owens Auditorium.
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The second installment of the Legacy of East Cleburne series continued Thursday night with a focus on athletics and other topics.
Back in 1974, I weighed 216 pounds and several incidents coalesced together that motivated me to lose weight.
After strong performances at regional cross country meets held statewide Monday, Johnson County will be represented by two teams and five individuals at the UIL cross country state championships on Nov. 9 in Round Rock.
The Godley Lady Cats absolutely dominated the District 7-4A cross country meet Tuesday in Stephenville.
The Cleburne cross country program welcomed more than 50 schools from all across Texas to town on Friday for the 2019 Buzz Run.
Being a part of high school athletics is a special time in a person’s life, even if they may not realize it at the moment. That’s why having someone like David Beans to capture those moments is something no one in Cleburne should ever take for granted.
After an impressive debut season at the high school level, Godley freshman Taylor McFarland was recently selected to the Texas Girls Coaches Association Class 4A All-State Track Team.
Rio Vista’s Corbin Stulir has cleared bigger hurdles in life than she has on the track, and she saw the results of her perseverance and hard work pay off Thursday when she signed with McMurry University to continue her track career.
Covington was well-represented at the state track meet by a pair of accomplished seniors.