The Lakeside City city council opened sealed bids for residential septic system inspection and plumbing services during its council meeting Tuesday, Sept. 15.
After starting slowly in each of their first three games to open the season, Holliday (3-1) needed to find something to buck the trend in its homecoming matchup with Bells.
Holliday ISD Senior Brittany James was named the 2020 Homecoming Queen prior to the game against Bells Friday, Sept. 18. She was escorted by Senior Crae Jackson.
Archer City junior Gage Gillispie created havoc all over the field in the Wildcats’ 56-28 win over Henrietta on Friday, Sept. 18, on the road. Gillispie registered four of the team’s six interceptions and recovered a fumble as the AC defense forced nine Bearcats’ turnovers in the winning effort.
Junior Hannah Spears led the way for the Holliday Lady Eagles Cross Country team finishing the 3200-meter course in a winning time of 11:56.09.
The fourth-ranked Windthorst Trojans built a 35-0 first half lead and coasted to victory in a 42-0 rout of Seymour on the road on Friday, Sept. 18. The Trojans remain unbeaten while the defense continues to be a stalwart, allowing four touchdowns through the first four games.