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Daniel Gilbertson runs the ball in the Steers 50-14 win over the Alvarado Indians in August 2020. When the Steers and Indians met in the season opener in Alvarado, the Steers outscored their hosts 33-0 in the first half and cruised to victory. Hunter Lanham threw for 226 yards and four touchdowns while Daniel Gilbertson ran for 147 yards and two touchdowns.
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How the Steers’ non-district opponents fared in 2020

Although practices have not officially started, preparations for the fall sports season are underway.

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Former Big Spring coach Kris Hise arrived with his family this week in Graham. He will replace Steers basketball coach Marcus Morris, who left last month to coach at Midland Greenwood. Hise coached at Hamlin, Wheeler and Big Spring before arriving at Graham High School
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Big Spring’s Kris Hise hired to coach Steers basketball

Graham High School athletic director Kenny Davidson has found his guy to lead the Steers basketball team. Kris Hise, formerly of Big Spring, was selected for the job and started this week.

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Possum Kingdom Lake was left off the 2021 Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series schedule. The series has competed at Hell’s Gate, located on the lake, for five years after skipping the lake in 2019. It was slated to return in 2020 before the COVID-19 pandemic forced the cancellation of the season.
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Hell’s Gate misses out on 2021 Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series

The Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series will make a return this weekend after a one-year absence. Missing from the 2021 calendar is Possum Kingdom Lake and Hell’s Gate.

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Head basketball and boy’s cross country coach Marcus Morris has stepped down from his positions at Graham High School. Morris will take over the boys basketball coaching job at Midland Greenwood this fall. Morris coached 11 seasons at Graham High School.
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Morris steps down after 11 years

The Graham Steers basketball team will have a new look when the season begins later this year. Coach Marcus Morris has left the Steers to coach the Rangers at Midland Greenwood.

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