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At 9:17 p.m. on Friday night, the stadium lights finally lit the rain-soaked field, allowing the Granger Lions and the Iola Bulldogs to begin play. The Lions would win their first conference game of the season one minute before midnight after rushing for a total of 362 yards and making 24 fi…

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It was a rocky start for the Lady Lions, losing the first set 23-25. However, they quickly found their footing winning 3 of 4 sets against the Milano Lady Eagles 23-25, 26-24, 25-20, and 25-19 on Tuesday night putting them at 18-6 for the season.

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Last Friday, September 13, the Granger Lions offense came to play, and play they did. With Thomas Rhoades at the helm, they were able to convert 9 of their 12 possessions into touchdowns, leading the Lions to a 62-0 victory over the Meridian Yellowjackets, bringing their record to 3-0 in the…

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Granger lady lions volleyball defeated Abbott in five sets (16-25, 25-14, 25-17, 23-25, 15-13) to improve to 7-4 on the season. The Lady Lions had a home non-conference match vs. Bruceville-Eddy on Friday, August 23 at 6 p.m.

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Despite suffering injuries at key positions for the second consecutive week, the Lions raced past the Hays-Johnson Jaguars for a Homecoming victory. The Lions rushed for a total of 354 yards, leading them to a final score of 42-27 on Friday night, moving them to 4-2 on the season.

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It was a rocky start for the Lady Lions, losing the first set 23-25. However, they quickly found their footing winning 3 of 4 sets against the Milano Lady Eagles 23-25, 26-24, 25-20, and 25-19 on Tuesday night putting them at 18-6 for the season.

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The Granger Lions football team experienced their first defeat of the season in an overtime battle that ended 35-37 Friday night. While the Lion’s running game put up solid numbers with 326 rushing yards, their pass offense only yielded 54 passing yards.

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The Granger Lady Lions took down the Holland Hornets in three sets (25-13, 25-16, 25-12)Tuesday September 17 on the road to improve to 16-6 on the season and 2-1 in district play.

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Last Friday, September 13, the Granger Lions offense came to play, and play they did. With Thomas Rhoades at the helm, they were able to convert 9 of their 12 possessions into touchdowns, leading the Lions to a 62-0 victory over the Meridian Yellowjackets, bringing their record to 3-0 in the…

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Friday September 6 the Granger Lions defense picked up right where they left off last week, this time against the visiting Polar Bears from Frost, taking them down big and early 56-21.

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Carlos Garza earned Player of the Game honors for the defensive show he put on Friday night; August 30 as the Granger Lions opened up the 2019 football season with their 12th straight regular season win. Garza had 2 INT’s.

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The Granger Lady Lions volleyball team stretched their win streak to nine matches, winning the championship at the Bruceville-Eddy Tournament for the second consecutive year Saturday, August 31.

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Granger lady lions volleyball defeated Abbott in five sets (16-25, 25-14, 25-17, 23-25, 15-13) to improve to 7-4 on the season. The Lady Lions had a home non-conference match vs. Bruceville-Eddy on Friday, August 23 at 6 p.m.

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The sounds of crashing pads and coaches whistles were welcoming the game of fall at Taylor and Granger football practices Monday, August 19. Both Coach Little and Coach Brock have been working and preparing their teams for the upcoming 2019 season.

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The Granger Lions and Thrall Tigers both look to kick off their season on Friday, Aug. 30, both on the road. Granger has 12 returning lettermen this season, four offense and four defensive starters. Replacing running back Ryan Pickett, who is on his way to Angelo State, will be a big task fo…

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Granger’s Rhinoceros, Ryan Pickett, will attend the Best of All-CenTex Preps banquet to be held Monday June 10 from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Palmer Events Center in Austin. The banquet will be presented by the Austin American-Statesman and sponsored by Thomas J. Henry Law and Sames Auto.

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SHINER – No. 10 Weimar swept past the Granger Lions in a Class 2A bi-district series on Friday at the Shiner Starplex.

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CORPUS CHRISTI – Thrall junior Christian "Bubba" Dubec punched his ticket to state with a second-place finish in boys doubles at the Region IV-2A tennis tournament last week.

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HOLLAND – Behind a 14-strikeout performance by Megan DePew, the Holland Lady Hornets defeated Granger 6-2 on Tuesday night to eliminate the Lady Lions from playoff contention.

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BARTLETT – In a bizarre finish, the Bartlett Bulldogs defeated the Granger Lions 5-4 on a walk-off balk Friday night.

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ROSEBUD – The Granger Lions withstood a late rally by Rosebud-Lott to defeat the Cougars 10-9 on Saturday afternoon.

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Carlos Reyna scored on a walk-off wild pitch with two outs in the bottom of the eighth to give the Granger Lions a 2-1 victory over Holland on Tuesday night.

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While the Granger Lady Lions opened their softball season with a 12-6 loss to Class 3A Jarrell on Friday, they didn't go down without a fight.

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HOLLAND – A three-point barrage helped Holland pull away for a 44-36 victory over the upset-minded Granger Lady Lions on Friday night.

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GRANGER – Addison Leschber scored 17 points and the Thrall defense held Granger’s Lady Lions to 12 points through the first three quarters en route to a 48-24 win Tuesday night.

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GRANGER – Johnny Ryder scored 11 of his game-high 16 points in the fourth quarter to help rally the Granger Lions to a 46-38 win over the Thrall Tigers.

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THORNDALE – Sam Reaves scored a game-high 37 points to lead 19th-ranked Thorndale past the Granger Lions 84-41 on Friday night.

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ROSEBUD-LOTT – The Granger Lions grabbed their second win of the season last Thursday at the Rosebud-Lott Holiday Tournament, defeating Salado's JV team 47-34.

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