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Coach Allen McGee will return to Graham to replace retired coach Jim Bob Williams as head coach of the Steers baseball team. This will be McGee’s third stint at GHS and second as baseball head coach. McGee has an overall record of 184-157-1 and 100-55 at Graham.
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A familiar face returns to Graham following Coach Williams’ retirement

With the retirement of Jim Bob Williams, Steers’ Athletic Director Kenny Davidson chose someone with name recognition to lead the Steers.

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Steers baseball coach Jim Bob Williams has retired after a 27-year coaching career. He retires with a record at Graham High School of 105-76-2 (424-268-13 overall), including 26-23 in district play during his six years at GHS. His overall football record is 223-97.
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Coach Jim Bob Williams retires after 27 year career

Steers head baseball coach Jim Bob Williams’ 27-year coaching career came to an end this week.

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Brodie Bates tags Reece Elston out at third base for the first out in the top of the second inning of the Steers’ 3-0 loss to Stephenville Saturday in Weatherford. The Steers’ season came to an end with the loss.
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Steers’ season ends in Regional Quarterfinal

The Steers baseball team was swept 2-0 by the Stephenville Yellowjackets in last week’s Regional Quarterfinal series in Weatherford.

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Steers starting pitcher and third baseman Corey Ballew was named MVP of District 5-4A this week.  Ballew started six games and pitched 34 innings while earning five wins. He also struck out 41 batters.
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Ballew leads the list in 5-4A All-District Baseball Honors

Graham Steers’ starting pitcher and third baseman Corey Ballew was named district MVP and leads a list of 11 Steers players to earn all-district honors.

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Chloe Menard (back), Alex Husen (front left) and Leah Holland (front right) participate in the 2018 Graham High School Summer Volleyball League. The league will return June 7 following a one-year absence due to the COVID-19 pandemic. GHS will be represented by three teams in both the varsity and JV/9th-grade divisions.
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Graham Summer Volleyball League to begin June 7

The summer volleyball league is returning to Graham High School next month. It returns after a one-year absence due to COVID-19 restrictions.


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