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Gary ISD holds Fall Festival

Gary ISD hosted their annual Fall Festival on October 30, 2015. The festival is ran by the students each year to help fundraise for each grades senior trip. The festival was kicked off with a “spook contest,” in which young children showed off their Halloween costumes in hopes of winning first place. Following that was the Queens Contest, which is between the seventh grade through the eleventh grade.
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GARY FALL FESTIVAL OCT. 30

 

 

FIRST ROW:  Braley Weems;  Levi Solomon;  Morgan Gunn

SECOND ROW:  Lucas McDaniel;  Alyssa Lowe;  Ava Maloy

THIRD ROW:  Ethan Hughes;  Caden Young;  Brooks Beard;  Molly Powell;  Ayden Brown;

 Madison Gunn;  Kohl Woodfin;  Alivia Griffin;   Bradley Cope;  Justin Tabor;  Brannan Nichols

FOURTH ROW:  Addison Rowe;  Mason Powell;  Caitlynn Ayers;  Cole Campbell;  Blair Cope;

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Gary A and AB Honor Roll

1ST GRADE

ALIVIA GRIFFIN

BELLA MILLER

BRADLEY COPE

CALEB SMITH

HANNAH YARBOROUGH

JARED GIRARD

MADISON SMITH

PIPE MCDANIEL

MOLLY POWELL

BRANNAN NICHOLS

BRODEY SEALS

EMORY LAMBERT

ETHAN HUGHES

HALEN HAILEY

TRISTIN BERRY

JUSTIN TROY

KINLEY STURHAN

KOBI ROEHL

MAKYNZE ADAMS

MCKENNA FIELDS

MCKENZIE COLEMAN

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Gary JH cross country competes at Longview event

Gary Junior High’s boy’s cross country team recently travelled to their first meet in Longview at LeTorneau University, held last week. Dakota Beckham placed ninth with a time of 13:47:49, Ryan Ecker placed 11th with 14:12.64, and Brandon Robles placed 15th with 14:39.75. Only First-15th places received medals, and there were 50 boys who raced. Alexis Rowe also ran a personal best time of 17:06.

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Gary volleyball competes at Carlisle

The Gary Lady Bobcats volleyball team went 1-3 in their matchwith the Carlisle Lady Indians, at Carlisle,  on Friday September 25. The match scores were: 25-19, 30-28, 14-25, 25-17.
Leann Youngblood led with 11 kills, 3 aces and 8 digs. Sydney followed with 6 kills, 3 aces and 5 digs.
We are now 3-2 in District. We have a bye on Tuesday and play Overton Friday Oct. 2 at home. 

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