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The 100 plus degree temperatures didn’t keep Thrall fans and family from a night with their favorite Tigers and Tigerettes Friday night, August 9. The mass gathered to show their support as Thrall introduced the members of the 2019 football, volleyball and cross-country teams, along with the…

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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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Students, faculty and family all gathered together at the Thrall High School gym on Friday as two of their high school softball players, Chasity Balusek and Emily Hafernik, signed their letters of intent to play the game they both love for Bacone College in Muskogee, Oklahoma.

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The Thrall Tigerettes (6-2) traveled to Franklin over the weekend for their first tournament of the season.  They picked up four wins over the two-day event taking the consolation trophy.

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The 100 plus degree temperatures didn’t keep Thrall fans and family from a night with their favorite Tigers and Tigerettes Friday night, August 9. The mass gathered to show their support as Thrall introduced the members of the 2019 football, volleyball and cross-country teams, along with the…

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The Thrall Tigerettes opened the 2019 season Tuesday, August 6 picking up a pair of wins over Lago Vista and Cameron in a tri-team tournament in Cameron.

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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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The 2019 District 27AA Softball selections were released Friday May 31 after Thorndale fell to the Crawford Pirates 8-7 in the state championship.

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Students, faculty and family all gathered together at the Thrall High School gym on Friday as two of their high school softball players, Chasity Balusek and Emily Hafernik, signed their letters of intent to play the game they both love for Bacone College in Muskogee, Oklahoma.

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The Thrall Tigerettes were knocked into a purple haze at home Tuesday night as they dropped Game 1 of their best-of-three bi-district series to Weimar 11-4.

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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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Jessie Cole was brilliant in the circle on Tuesday, as she threw a no-hitter to lead the Thrall Tigerettes past Bremond 15-0 in their regular-season finale.

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The Thrall baseball team pulled away late for a 7-3 victory over Bremond on Friday.

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BREMOND – Aubrie Henderson would not be denied at the plate on Friday, picking up five hits and driving in seven runs to lead the Thrall Tigerettes to a 17-3 win over Bremond.

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HOLLAND – Tuesday's game against Holland was a heartbreaker for the Thrall Tigerettes, as they lost the lead late in an 11-8 defeat.

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Jeremy Cain raced home on a passed ball in the bottom of the eighth to give the Thrall Tigers a 9-8, walk-off victory over Bremond on Tuesday night.

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The Thrall Tigerettes entered Tuesday night’s game against the Mumford Lady Mustangs needing a win to force a three-way tie for the final two playoff spots in District 25-2A.

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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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Luke and Kyle Frei combined for 31 points Friday night in leading the Holland Hornets to a 53-46 win over the Thrall Tigers.

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The Texas Girls Coaches Association (TGCA) released its all-state volleyball teams last week and for the sixth consecutive year, a Thrall player made the cut.

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FLATONIA – Flatonia jumped out to an early lead on the Thrall Tigerettes and rolled to a 53-25 win Friday night.

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