The Lady Bucks were able to smoother the Nocona Lady Indians with timely runs right from the first inning with one run driven in. The hot bats hit in the second inning with six runs crossed the plate and then four more in the bottom of the fifth inning before the Nocona Indians got a hold of the mound and were able to keep the Lady Bucks from scoring any more runs in the game. Meanwhile, the Lady Indians were only able to scrape in three total runs to lose (11-3). The Lady Bucks were making a firm statement that they were planning to stay on top.
The Breckenridge Bucks squashed the Albany Lions with eight runs in the bottom of the fourth inning after claiming two other runs in the third inning and then added one more run in the sixth inning to claim the win, (11-1).
Ronnie Langford, Loan Officer at Graham Savings, presented a check for $1,500 to Superintendent Allen from the Buckaroo School Card Program, which earns five cents from every transaction by the Buckaroo Debit Card. Graham Savings donates five cents every time their customers used their Buckaroo Debit Card.
Even though most of the town of Eliasville is across the line into Young County, I must consider the input into Stephens County history by the settlers, who had their land in both counties or lived in Stephens County and had a business in the town of Eliasville.
Over the last couple of weeks, I’ve heard from many of you about the power outages and the physical and financial suffering caused by the unprecedented winter storm our state experienced. Like most of you, I am disappointed, frustrated and question how this could have happened in Texas, a state with vast natural resources and a diverse power supply.