Ladycats 85 Byron Nelson 23
The Aledo Ladycats ran their season record to 27-2 and their district mark to a perfect 12-0. It was the defense fueling the offense again as the Ladycats allowed only two points to the Bobcats in the first and fourth quarters combined.
Six different Ladycats made three pointers as the team buried ten three’s for the game. Logan Mittie scored 24, Alana Martin added 21 and Mallory Powell added 16. The 21 points for Martin were her season high.
The Ladycats meet the Azle Hornets tonight at home. The game begins at 6 p.m. Aledo will close out their district season at Boswell High School on Wednesday.
Bi-district games begin Monday, Feb. 14 at a time and site to be determined.
REVISION OF THE REVISED BASKETBALL SCHEDULES
Monday, Feb.7 Home Games
5 p.m. Ladycats vs. Byron Nelson….JV Boys Vs. Byron Nelson in Gym 2
6:30 p.m. Bearcats vs. Byron Nelson…..JV Girls vs. Byron Nelson in Gym 2
Boswell Games Make-up TBD
Tuesday, Feb. 8
BIG GAMES vs. AZLE
6 p.m. Ladycats vs. Azle
7:30 p.m. Bearcats vs. Azle
Please check this website for updates.
The undefeated, indisputable, Class 4-A State Champion Aledo Bearcats are adding more individual honors to their cache of team awards. Making the prestigious Texas Sports Writer’s Class 4-A All-State Team is still the benchmark for any Texas football player.
This year, junior Johnathan Gray was named Offensive Player of the year in Class 4-A by the sports writers. Gray was also First Team All-State at running back. A complete list of Johnathan’s awards will be printed in The Community News.
Rylan Riney was named First Team All-State Defensive Back by the Sports writers. Riney was a three-year starter in the secondary for the back-to-back state champions.
Message from Aledo Youth League Board
All games scheduled for this Saturday are cancelled due to the icy weather.
There are a number of safety issues outside of our roadways that factored into this including (1) all AISD campuses have had their heat turned off to save energy and gyms are freezing cold (2) all parking lots are like ice rinks (3) walkways to and from the gyms are extremely dangerous and have not been cleared.
Forecast is saying by noon on Saturday we should finally be above freezing but in all likelihood it will take several more hours before the majority of the ice is melted and half of our games on Saturday are before noon.
Practices will resume on Monday 2/7/11 at the regularly scheduled times and dates for each team respectively.
“Cultivating Careers” is the theme of the 2011 Ag Backers Association Auction and fish fry beginning at 5 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 26 at the Philip W. Bradford Agricultural Science Building on the campus of Aledo High School. The silent auction and diner begin at 5 p.m., and the live auction is at 7 p.m.
Among items available will be an autographed guitar donated by Terry Hyles, two electric feeders (300 lb. and 500 lb.) donated by Bryant Grain and a toolbox donated by Moritz Chevrolet.
Tickets are $10 per person. Corporate tables are available for $150. For more information, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 817-266-1751.
Submit your snow and ice photos for this week's newspaper.
Randy Keck/The Community News: Downtown Aledo looking south from Vandagriff Elementary School.
Ice and snow immobilized much of east Parker County today. With the closing of schools, some local youths braved the cold and gusts for some winter recreation.
Randy Keck/The Community News: Rylan Riney (left) and Cameron Cunningham display a quilt that was auctioned off during the annual Aledo Athletic Booster Club Awards Banquet Saturday night in the new Indoor Training Facility. About 500 people attended the event. For more photos, click on the photo above.
Capacity Crowd Cheers on Ladycats and Bearcats
Next Home Game Tuesday, February 1st vs. Byron Nelson
Ladycats 6 PM …….Bearcats 7:30 PM
Both varsity basketball programs swept their opponents for the fourth straight time. Two were on the road and two were at home. The latest sweep was against the Springtown Porcupines in front of a capacity crowd at Aledo High School gym.
The Ladycats (25-2, 11-0) clinched the District 5-4A championship with a steady performance from start to finish beating Springtown 53-42. Logan Mittie and Mallory Powell were the leading Ladycats with 18 points each. The victory against the second place Porcupines clinched the district with an 11-0 record and three games remaining.
Both Aledo Basketball Teams Sweep Two Road Games
Home Game Vs. Springtown Friday, Jan. 28
Ladycats (25-2, 10-0) begin at 6 p.m.
Bearcats, winners of three in a row, play at 7:30 p.m.
Halftime of Bearcats Game:
Aledo Bearcat Football Team receives National Honor
This Friday night, the Aledo varsity basketball teams have a lot to play for against two good varsity programs from Springtown. The Ladycats can wrap up the district crown with a victory against the second place Lady Porcupines. A victory by the Ladycats will clinch the district with three games remaining. The Ladycats beat Timber Creek on the road last night 66-63. Logan Mittie Scored 31 and Mallory Powell added 16.
Parker County Meals on Wheels is hosting a fajita supper from 6-7:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 27 at the Parker County Senior Center, 1225 Holland Lake Road in Weatherford. In addition to fajitas, the event features a silent auction with numerous items from local merchants. Tickets are $10. To reserve tickets, call 817-596-4640. Tickets will also be available at the door.