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Garrison Middle School Cheer news

The Garrison Middle School competed at the Pineywoods Fair Cheer Competition and Mascot competition Saturday, October 10th. The Cheerleaders and the Mascot both got first place in their divisions.
 
Pictured:
     Bottom - Makayla Hamilton
     Floor- Savanna Clements and Chloe Reneau
    Kneeling- Abby Bernard, Emily Sparks, Kelsey Adair
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Garrison beats Marlin 35-12

Last Saturday, the Garrison Bulldogs varsity football team headed to Palestine High School where they defeated the Marlin Bulldogs by a 35-12 score.
Garrison trailed 6-12 at the end of the first quarter but tied the game at 12-12 by halftime. Neither team scored in the third period but the Garrison squad blew the game wide open with 23 unanswered ponts in the final period.
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Landworks opens doors for business in East Texas.

Landworks (R4L) opens doors for business in East Texas.  

 

Owned by Stephen and Heather Ritter, R4L is a specialized forestry mulching service providing Storm Clean Up, Pasture Reclamation, Subdivision Reclaim, Tree Clearing, ATV Trails, Right of Ways, Fence Lines, Shooting Lanes & Food Plots, Land Clearing, Tree Clearing, Tree Thinning, Underbrush Removal, Brush Pile Mulching, Survey or Power Line Clearing, Stump Grinding and more land work. 

 

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Garrison back in win column

The Garrison Bulldogs ended a two-game losing streak last Friday with a dominant 51-14 win over New Diana High School at New Diana’s Eagles Stadium. Garrison now improves to 2-2, New Diana falls to 0-3 on the year.
The Bulldogs got a big rushing night from junior running back Terrance Dove, who gained 163 yards and scored four touchdowns, the longest was a 70-yarder.

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