The Aledo Bearcat basketball games scheduled for Friday, Nov. 22 against Mansfield Legacy at Aledo have been moved to Saturday. Game times are:
Aledo Boy Scout Troop 1099 is partnering with the U.S. Marines in their Toys for Tots Program. Collection/donation boxes have been placed at the following Aledo/Willow Park/Hudson Oaks locations: Maria Bonita Restaurant and Tucker Red Restaurant, both Sonic locations, Brookshires and Hudson Oaks Walmart and the Aledo United Methodist Church. The Marines will be at the Troop 1099 booth location in front of The Parson's Table during Christmas Tyme in Aledo on Nov. 29 for the scouts to present the Toys for Tots to to the Marines.
ALedo sports fans headed two directions Friday, Nov. 15: West, for the volleyball Regional Semifinal Game against Amarillo, and Northeast for the football bi-district game against Burleson. Replay the action of both games in the blog we posted below:
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From the Parker County Sheriff's Dept
Parker County Sheriff’s Criminal Investigation Division is conducting a robbery investigation where a 57-year-old Weatherford man was beaten in his home.
Parker County Sheriff Larry Fowler said two male suspects knocked on the victim’s residence in the 200 block of Montgomery Lane around 11:20 p.m., Wednesday.
The victim reported to Sheriff’s deputies that he recognized one of the suspects as an acquaintance and allowed the men into his home. Once inside the residence, the suspects physically assaulted the homeowner, bound his hands and feet with duct tape and pulled his hair.
The victim managed to escape and ran to a nearby relative’s home. The relative dialed 9-1-1.
Sheriff’s deputies arrived on scene, finding the victim with numerous injuries. The victim also reported the suspects had taken a flat-screen television and two rifles from his residence after the assault.
Sheriff Fowler said investigators are diligently investigating the case, following up on leads and attempting to identify and locate the suspects involved.
The first suspect is described as 5’10” tall, weighing about 180 pounds, around 30 years old. Due to the need for medical attention, the victim was unable to give a description of the second suspect to deputies. The victim was taken to a local hospital for treatment. His condition is unknown at this time but his injuries are not believed to be life-threatening.
Jared Kraft/Special to The Community NewsThe Aledo Ladycats defeated Burleson in Regional Quarterfinal action Tuesday night. Replay the blog posting by clicking below:
Aledo defeated Trimble Tech 66-10 on Saturday to wrap up the regular season. Replay the action from our blog below.
The bi-district football game between the Aledo Bearcats and the Burleson Elks has tentatively been scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 15 at Chisholm Trail Stadium in Saginaw
Pre-sell Tickets: $8/$4
All Tickets at the gate: $10
Aledo Ladycats are the Area Volleyball Champions! Click below for a replay of the action!
The 42nd Annual Aledo Lions Club Youth Basketball Signups/Tryouts are this Sunday (Nov. 10) from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Aledo Middle School. To be eligible to play, all players must attend the tryout during their registration. Registration is open to all current first through eight graders. The cost is $100 per player. Coaches are needed. For more information, go to http://www.aledolions.com/.
Aaron Johnson/Special to The Community News
The Aledo Ladycats continue their trek toward the state volleyball playoffs at 8 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 7 at Jacksboro High School against Wichita Falls Rider.