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Recently the District 13-2A football season released their All-District honors. The 2020 Bi-District champion and Area Finalist Granger Lions hauled in accolades on all both sides of the ball.

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The Lady Ducks moved to 2-0 on the season with their 63-23 victory against the visiting Crockett Lady Cougars on Saturday, Nov 7.

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The Hutto Hippos in their second game without starting quarterback Grayson Doggett tallied only 176 yards of total offense in their 27-13 loss to the visiting Vista Ridge Rangers Friday night.

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Natalie Alderete and Lakaysha Davis combined for 31 points to lead the Taylor Lady Ducks to a 55-16 season-opening win over the Thrall Tigerettes (0-1) Friday night. Taylor jumped on the Tigerettes early, scoring the first seven points of the game and never took their foot off the gas for the win.

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Last Friday the Ducks hosted their homecoming game against the visiting LBJ Jaguars. It was also the team’s season finale as Taylor fell winless for the second straight year losing 26-7.

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Friday night’s match-up between the Thrall Tigers and Holland Hornets was a battle to determine playoff seedings.  Thrall jumped to an early lead, but in the end Holland’s defense was able to dominate and hand the Tigers a 23-7 set-back.

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The greatness that was the 2020 Granger Lady Lions volleyball season came to a screeching end on Tuesday, Nov. 3, as the Lady Lions were swept by the Schulenburg Lady Shorthorns in the Area Round of the playoffs in Caldwell, 16-25, 12-25, 17-25.

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As the cold front rolled in, the Hippos passing game froze stiff as they were picked off 5 times in Friday night’s loss to the visiting Round Rock Dragons 31-7. 

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Granger remained blemish free in district play in Friday night’s home win over the Burton Panthers 18-12. On a night, the winds howled, two-point conversions and PAT’s were not hitting their mark.

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Bethany Grissom’s career, from player to coach, has been steeped in success.  On Saturday, October 17, Grissom recorded her 400th career coaching win as the Thrall Tigerettes rolled past the Holland Lady Hornets to close out their regular season. It marked the Tigerettes seventh district tit…

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The Granger Lions moved their record to 6-1 overall and 4-0 in 2A-2 Region IV District 13with a 43-16 shellacking of the Iola Bulldogs Friday night on the road.

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Despite leading only 13-0 at halftime, the Hutto Hippos poured on the scoring in the second half to take down the Round Rock-McNeil Mavericks 35-7 Friday night in a 6A statement homecoming win.

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Friday night’s game between the Thrall and Hearne was a battle for first place in District 12-2A.  While Thrall’s defense did a good job slowing the Eagle running attack, it was missed opportunities that proved too much to overcome for the Tigers in a 25-0 loss.

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The Granger Lions entered homecoming with one objective in mind, win and win big. Granger took control of the game, and just like their numerous big runs in the game, flew by the Milano Eagles Friday night’s 43-13 homecoming win.

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Thrall’s Jacob Grissom made a diving interception with 1:32 to play Friday night to seal the Tigers’ 15-13 win over the Bruceville-Eddy Eagles.  The win moved the Tigers to 4-2 on the season and 2-0 in district and keeps them in the thick of the title hunt going into their bye week.

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The 2020 season did not commence as the Hutto Hippos may have expected. In their first game as a 6A school Hutto traveled to College Station and fell hard in their season opening loss to the Cougars 55-14.

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In perhaps the volleyball contest of the year for our area the Granger Lady Lions fought back from an 0-2 deficit to take down the Thorndale Lady Dogs last Tuesday in the remaining three sets. 24-26, 20-25, 27-25, 24-23, 15-13. The win gave the Lady Lions a leg up on Thorndale in district, w…

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The Granger Lions moved to 4-1 on the season with a huge 40-point win over their rival Bartlett 52-12 on the road Friday night.

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Back at home this week the Ducks failed to grab a win against the Salado Eagles falling 49-3 and bringing their record to 0-5 at the midpoint of the season.

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Back at home the Granger Lions found their groove and dispensed of the Frost Polar Bears in true Granger dominant fashion 39-13 Friday night.

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Thrall had their best offensive performance Friday night, tallying 375 yards, but had to hold off a furious fourth-quarter rally by Snook for their first win of the season, 26-20.

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The Taylor Ducks hit the road for the first time this season this past Friday to face off against their longtime rival Rockdale. In the end it was the Tigers who would come out on top 55-21.

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Johnny Ryder had two scores for the Lions midway through the third quarter, but it wasn’t enough to get the win as Granger fell to Rio Vista 35-14 in their road opener Friday night.

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Jarred Kerr ran for 252 yards and four touchdowns to lead the Lexington Eagles (2-0) to a 35-6 win over the Thrall Tigers (0-2) Friday night at Tiger Stadium.

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Rivalries are as old as the sport of football itself. They have given neighboring areas annual bragging rights and have supported fans love for the gridiron game. Throughout football history in Taylor, the rivalry with Georgetown has stood as number one throughout time, but running a close s…

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The 2020 high school football season is underway for the Taylor Ducks, although access to the stadium is limited. In an effort to make sure fans see the Ducks in action, the Taylor Press will livestream all home football games.

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