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Ryan Grimsley threw eight strikeouts while giving up four hits and one earned run in Friday’s 12-2 win over Springtown in Game One of their best-of-three series against the Porcupines. The Steers will face Stephenville on Thursday and Saturday in Weatherford.
Leader photo by Mike Williams

Steers sweep Porcupines for first area championship since 2015

For the first time in five seasons, Steers baseball has advanced out of the area playoffs.

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Maddie Miller (right), a 2008 Graham High School graduate, was recently named head athletic trainer at Jacksboro High School. Graham ISD voted to approve the hire of Maggie Canales for the assistant athletic trainer position vacated by Miller.
Contributed photos from David Flynn and Maggie Canales

Miller to take head athletic trainer job in Jacksboro

There are some changes ahead in the Graham High School athletic department.

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The Graham Steers won the bi-district championship after defeating Gatesville 4-0 Saturday at Brock High School. The win gave the team a 2-0 sweep over the Hornets in the best-of-three series. The Steers will play Springtown in a best-of-three series for the area championship.
Leader photo by Mike Williams

Steers sweep Gatesville, win bi-district championship

The Graham Steers are moving on to the area playoff. In a two-game sweep over Gatesville, the Steers never trailed. The Steers only struck out one time in a 7-2 win on Friday.

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Ben Williams hit his second homer of the season during the Steers 6-4 win over Breckenridge Monday. Williams finished the game 3-3 with a home run, double and single. He was a triple shy of hitting for cycle.
Leader photo by Mike Williams

Steers give Coach Williams final home win

Although Steers baseball coach Jim Bob Williams announced his retirement at the end of the school year, retirement has not been on his mind.

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Morgan Patterson slides into second base after Kaycee Bock is credited with an error at the base. Patterson finished the game with one hit and one run. The Lady Blues lost 7-6 to Glen Rose in the second game of the three-game bi-district playoff series.
Leader photo by Mike Williams

Lady Blues swept by Glen Rose, season ends in bi-district

The Lady Blues saved what was possibly their best softball for the last games of the season. In back-to-back games, their rallies fell just short.

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