LADY EAGLES ADVANCE TO STATE SEMIS – The Decatur Girl Eagles (30-1) defeated the Canyon Girl Eagles within the 4A Area 1 volleyball remaining Thursday at Vernon Excessive College, 22-25, 25-21, 25-11, 25-11. The Girl Eagles will face the winner of tonight’s 4A Area II remaining between Aubrey and Kennedale subsequent week within the state semifinals.
BOYD FALLS IN OVERTIME – The Boyd Yellowjackets (8-3, 4-2) fell quick in an additional time bi-district recreation towards the Wall Hawks at Dublin Excessive College Thursday, 20-14.
CHICO SUSPENDS MS, HS BASKETBALL PRACTICES – The Chico Excessive College and Center College boys basketball groups will momentary droop its actions. In response to a publish on the district’s Fb web page by Coach Buddy Adams, a participant in the highschool program examined optimistic for COVID-19. The crew’s dwelling recreation Tuesday towards Bryson has been canceled and follow is canceled as a consequence of a scarcity of gamers on account of contact tracing. Adams mentioned center college crew’s Monday recreation towards Alvord is canceled “as a result of our numbers have been drastically decreased as a consequence of mother and father choosing on-line studying.” The coach is anticipating the roster to dip below the required 5 gamers essential to play. All center college practices are suspended till after Thanksgiving break.
PLAYOFF FOOTBALL – The Decatur Eagles (5-5, 4-1) will battle the Pampa Harvesters (8-2, 1-2) within the bi-district spherical tonight at 7 p.m. at Snyder Excessive College’s Tiger Stadium. The Paradise Panthers (7-3, 4-3) will match up towards the No. 6 Jim Ned Indians at 7:30 p.m. at Dublin Excessive College’s Bob and Norma Cervetto Discipline. The Alvord Bulldogs (5-4, 4-1) will tackle the Como-Pickton Eagles (4-3, 3-3) at 7:30 p.m. at Anna Excessive College’s Coyote Stadium.
4A REGIONAL CROSS COUNTRY RESULTS – The Decatur Girl Eagles completed second within the 2-mile race on the 4A Area I cross nation meet Tuesday in Lubbock And can advance to the state meet Tuesday, Nov. 24 in Spherical Rock. Jentry Lamirand completed third in 12:24.80. Presley Wall was seventh in 12:58.10. Decatur’s Kayla Leal (16th, 13:15.40), Emily Childress (23rd, 13:29.80) Lexi Sellards (42nd, 14:03.90), Emily Collins (48th,14:07.90) and Whitney Dollins (50th, 14:11.80) can even advance. Bridgeport’s Star Fraga superior to state after ending sixth in 12:56.90. The Decatur Eagles completed fifth within the boys 5K race. Derrick Bible took fifth in 16:55, whereas Hunter Smith was 19th in 17:29.70, and superior to the state meet.
3A CROSS COUNTRY RESULTS – Paradise’s Andrew Messenger took eighth place in 16:59.44 and Boyd’s Noah Richardson was 12th in 17:06.97 within the 5K race on the 3A Area II cross nation meet Monday in Dallas. Each runners will advance to the 3A state meet. Boyd’s Tania Ramirez additionally superior after ending the 2-mile race in seventh place in 12:46.82.
2A CROSS COUNTRY RESULTS – The Alvord Bulldogs completed sixth within the crew standings on the 2A Area II cross nation meet Tuesday in Dallas. Austin Souther was 12th in 18:23.47 and Wyatt Dickerson took 13th in 18:27.55 within the 5K race and superior to the state meet. Chico’s Raul Warnock additionally superior after putting ninth in 17:55.53. Within the women 2-mile race, Chico’s Aereonna Cardenas completed 14th in 13:30.95 and superior to state.
CLASS A CROSS COUNTRY RESULTS – The Slidell Greyhounds completed 4th within the 5K race on the Class A Area III cross nation meet Monday in Dallas. Slidell’s Easton Vanover positioned 14th in 18:30.20 and Manny Peralta took 18th in 19:02.83, and certified for the state meet. The Slidell Girl Hounds completed fifth within the women 2-mile race. Avery Weathers superior to state after ending 10th in 14:07.36.
GIRLS NIGHT OUT – Bridgeport Foremost Avenue will host “Who Let the Women Out – Merry & Brilliant” 10:30 a.m.-Three p.m. Saturday in downtown Bridgeport. The occasion will embody door prizes, DIY crafts, raffle drawing, purchasing, gross sales, drinks, meals, ugly masks contest, scavenger hunt and extra. Raffle drawings start at 2:30 p.m. in entrance of the Arcadia Theater on Halsell Avenue.
FOOD GIVEAWAY – Clever Space Aid Mission (WARM) will host a “Farmers to Households” free meals giveaway 10 a.m.-noon Saturday. The drive via occasion is open to everybody, not simply shoppers of WARM. Indicators and volunteers will direct site visitors. Line up might be within the car parking zone on the nook of North Trinity and East Oak Streets. WARM is in want of a forklift to assist unload the supply of roughly 20 pallets. Name 940-626-4676.
SMOKED MEAT SALE – The Knights of Columbus Council 9644 is holding its annual smoked meat sale this month. Turkeys ($40), briskets ($75) and hams ($45) might be accessible for buy, and all orders might be prepared for pickup at Assumption Church 10 a.m.-noon Saturday, Nov. 21. Name 940-389-6735 to order.
CRAFT BEE – The MZ Bee will return 10 a.m.-Four p.m. Saturday within the Fellowship Corridor at Mount Zion Baptist Church, 615 CR 1280, in Alvord. Deliver your personal tasks, lunch and a snack to share if you want. A fridge and microwave can be found to be used. There isn’t a cost, however a $5 donation to the meals pantry ministry for backpacks and Alvord Meals on Wheels is appreciated. Name 940-627-5103, 940-427-5941 or 940-393-8662. The group won’t meet in December however will resume assembly in January.
BRIDGEPORT CLEANUP – Bridgeport Cleanup day is Saturday. Dumpsters might be accessible on the water plant, 171 PR 3402, 7-11 a.m. Residents should present proof of residency inside metropolis limits with both a photograph ID with deal with or a utility invoice with matching ID. The town is unable to take issues like automotive batteries, motor oil, paint, propane tanks, fridges, AC items or tires. Name 940-683-3400.
DHS EARLY RELEASE – Decatur Excessive College will launch college students at 1 p.m. at the moment. DHS employees might be on campus till the conventional finish of the college day and can use that point to plan instruction. College students who wish to stay on campus could accomplish that and use the additional time as a research corridor.
FUNERALS — Graveside service for Catherine “Katie” Douglas, 19, of Decatur is 2 p.m. at the moment at Oaklawn Cemetery. Hawkins Funeral House in Decatur is dealing with preparations.
GRAVESIDE memorial for Thomas Cunnius, 77, of Decatur is 1 p.m. Saturday at Oaklawn Cemetery. Hawkins-Decatur is dealing with preparations.
MEMORIAL service for Michael Wayne Davis, 71, of Decatur is 11 a.m. Monday at Hawkins-Decatur with burial at a later date at DFW Nationwide Cemetery.
MEMORIAL service for Ruth Jane Vedbraaten, 92, of Alvord might be on the household dwelling at a later date. Hawkins-Decatur is dealing with preparations.
SERVICE for John Lee Peyton, 62, of Dallas is pending at Hawkins Funeral House in Bridgeport.
MEMORIAL service for Ralph Jerrell Morrow, 67, of Bridgeport is Three p.m. Saturday at Balsora Baptist Church. Household visitation is 1-Three p.m. on the church. Hawkins-Bridgeport is dealing with preparations.
GRAVESIDE service for Virgil Vernon Ruddick, 84, of Alvord is 2 p.m. Sunday at Nice Grove Cemetery No. Three in Alvord. Household visitation is 5-7 p.m. Saturday at Hawkins Chapel in Bridgeport.
SERVICE for Joyce Corridor Inexperienced, 75, of Boyd is pending at Hawkins Funeral House in Boyd.
MEMORIAL service for Wesley Doyal Romine, 62, of Aurora is 2 p.m. Sunday at Hawkins-Boyd.
SERVICE for James Grantham, 72, of Paradise might be held at a later date. Hudson & Torres Household Funeral House in Bridgeport is dealing with preparations.
SERVICE for John Robert “Bob” McCulley Sr., 70, and spouse Phyllis McCulley, 77, each of Chico is 10 a.m. at the moment at Nice View Baptist Church in Bridgeport with burial at Thomas Cemetery in Bridgeport. Hudson & Torres is dealing with preparations.
SERVICE for Jason Wayne Simmons, 41, of Bridgeport is 10:30 a.m. Monday at Hudson & Torres.
SERVICE for Vera Miles, 103, is pending at Hudson & Torres.
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