Aledo ISD School News
Aledo BearcatsBearcats lead Byron Nelson 52-9 at halftime. Click the box below for highlights. Check later tonight for a full report.
Aledo BearcatsThe Bearcats play their first game in school history against the Byron Nelson Bobcats of the Northwest ISD tonight. Click below to see clips of pregame action on the field. Be sure to check back later tonight for halftime highlights.
Aledo BearcatsHow do the Bearcats look for their inaugural matchup against the Byron Nelson Bobcats? Click below to watch The Community News Pregame Show.
Texas RangersStudents and teachers at McAnally Intermediate School dressed up in all of their Rangers apparel Oct. 6 in celebration of the team's first trip to the playoffs in 11 years. The gesture worked out just right for the Rangers as they defeated the Tampa Bay Rays 5-1. Game 2 is this afternoon at 1:30 p.m. on TBS live from Tropicana Field. Click below to watch a slideshow of all those who dressed up for the day.
Aledo junior running back Johnathan Gray rushed for 211 yards and scored four touchdowns, and junior quarterback Matt Bishop completed 17 of 22 passes for 227 yards and three touchdowns to lead the state-ranked No. 1 Bearcats to a convincing 62-21 victory over Springtown Friday night in a District 5-4A contest at Springtown.
The win raises the Bearcats record to 2-0 in district play and 5-0 overall.
Randy Keck/The Community News: Joe Wilson in the role of Justin Waverly finds himself in a bind during Aledo High School's production of "Southern Hospitality" on Friday night, Oct.1. The comedy has one remaining performance Saturday, Oct. 2 at 7 p.m. at the Aledo High School Auditorium.
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Aledo BearcatsThe Bearcats lead Springtown 42-0 at halftime.
Click below to watch halftime highlights.
Aledo BearcatsThe Bearcats are on the field for game five of the 2010 season. Click the box below to watch the pre-game video as they face Parker County rival Springtown.
UT-AustinThe lockdown has been lifted at the University of Texas at Austin.
In a press conference Tuesday afternoon, Robert Dahlsbom, campus police chief, said that authorities believe the shooter that entered the campus library this morning and opened fired before turning the gun on himself is believed to be a student. He said that there were reports of minor injuries, but were not related to the gun shots. Dahlsbom said the injuries came from students running to safety.