The Aledo Athletic Booster Club announced that the annual football banquet and auction will be held at 6 p.m. Saturday, Jan 29 in the new indoor multipurpose practice facility.
Tickets are $15 per person and are on sale until 1 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 26 at the Aledo High School office.
The evening will feature music, fun, highlight videos, a silent auction and live auction honoring the two-time Class AAAA Division II State Champion Bearcats, as well as the varsity cheerleaders, filmers, trainers, Spirit of Aledo, and Banner Crew.
The 2010 Bearcats (16-0) authored the first perfect season in Aledo High School history and became the first back-to-back state champions in school history.
For the second time in a row, both the Bearcats and Ladycats won on the same night. The Ladycats are cruising into the playoffs with a perfect 10-0 record. The Bearcats are now tied for the last playoff spot in District 5-4A.
NEXT HOME GAME: FRIDAY, JANUARY 28.
LADYCATS AT 6 PM.....BEARCATS AT 8PM
LET'S FILL UP THE GYM!
Bearcats 38 Brewer 34
Matt Bishop 10
Taylor Johnson 9
Marc Ryals 7
Pierce Gentry 5
AJ Ray 5
Danny Glass 2
Ladycats 91 Brewer 37
Logan Mittie 30
Mallory Powell 19
Alanna Martin 15
Hannah Loftin 13
Shelby Stockard 7
Megan Wood 4
Kelcie Childs 2
Aledo Boys 9th Grade A Team 41 Brewer Bears 26
First junior to be so honored by ESPN
Randy Keck/The Community News: Johnathan Gray crosses the goal line in action against Boswell in October of 2010.
Aledo high school running back Johnathan Gray received yet another honor today (Jan 20) when ESPN announced he was this year's choice as "Mr. Football USA."
The designation puts Gray in the same league as famous names like Earl Campbell, Billy Sims and Eric Dickerson.
For more on the story, check the Jan. 28 issue of The Community News and the ESPN Web site.
Tyler Wayne Whitaker, 20, of Weatherford was arrested and is being held on a $75,000 bond for Injury to a Child – Serious Bodily Injury.
On Sunday, Jan. 16, the Weatherford Police Department was notified by Cook Children’s Hospital of a three-month-old infant from Weatherford who had been admitted to their facility with suspicious injuries. Weatherford Police officers met with medical personnel and were advised that the injuries the infant sustained were not consistent with the story that the parents of the infant had given. They believed the injuries were a result of a “non-accidental” injury and suspected abuse.
Randy Keck/The Community News: Alec Stockdale pulls down a rebound in freshman basketball action Tuesday night in Aledo. The Bearcat freshman team defeated their counterparts from Birdville 33-32.
Bearcats Beat Birdville 60-55
Matt Bishop 13
Taylor Johnson 13
Ladycats Claw Lady Hawks 82-54
Mallory Powell 32
Logan Mitte 20
Hannah Loftin 16
Bearcat JV 63 Birdville JV 51
Alex Riner 12
Matt Dunn 10
The Upper Trinity Groundwater Conservation District board of directors will meet in regular session Monday, Jan. 24, at the District’s main office, 1250 E. Highway 199, Springtown.
The meeting will begin at 6 p.m. with a Show Cause Hearing regarding an alleged major violation of district rules. The board will heard testimony in the matter and may direct the board president or District’s general manager to take appropriate legal action.
Following the Show Cause Hearing, the board will meet in regular session to discuss and consider a variety of topics. The meeting’s agenda can be viewed on the District’s Web site after 5 p.m. Friday, Jan. 21.
Speaker is Deputy Commander of Navy Reserve Intelligence at the Joint Reserve Base in Fort Worth
Capt. Robert A. WoodCaptain Robert A. Wood, Deputy Commander of Navy Reserve Intelligence at the Joint Reserve Base in Fort Worth, will be the speaker at Bush Legacy Republican Party Meeting at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 20 at the Doss Heritage Center in Weatherford.
Weatherford Christian School will begin accepting applications for new family enrollment at 8 a.m. Monday, Feb. 7 at both the elementary and secondary campuses.
Weatherford Christian School offers Pre-K through 12th grades and is dually accredited by the National Christian Schools Association (NCSA) and Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS). It is also a registered member of the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI).
For more information, call the Elementary Campus at 817-596-7807, the Secondary Campus at 817-341-0000, or visit www.wcslions.org.
Selects architect for design of construction projects, extends president’s contract
By Linda Bagwell
At its regular January meeting Thursday, Jan. 13, the Weatherford College Board of Trustees selected Hahnfeld, Hoffer, Stanford Architects of Fort Worth for architectural and engineering design services for an academic building and softball field on the Weatherford campus and approved the firm to provide preliminary services for a new agriculture/arena center.
Representatives from Texas A&M, which had previously been selected by the board to oversee WC construction projects, reviewed HHSA’s fee proposal and made the final recommendation to the trustees for its selection.
Special to The Community News: United Way Board President Dennis Clayton, center, congratulates 2010 campaign chair, Charlie Martinez, left, as Executive Director Susan Sodek looks on. Under the direction of Martinez and community volunteers, the United Way exceeded its campaign goal by almost 20 percent. More than 22 agencies and their clients in Parker County will benefit from the campaign.
Special to The Community News
Cheers and applause erupted during the January board meeting of the United Way of Parker County as Charlie Martinez, 2010 campaign chair, announced that campaign pledges had exceeded the $200,000 goal by 20 percent.