Last night's match up between the Springtown Porcupines ended up in a close victory winning 52-46 in the 4A bi-district playoff game. The win against Springtown in an early season game proved that the Porcupines were of no challenge to the Wildcat offense and defense. Devin Bolden had a good night scoring 30 of the team's 52 points. Also, Mark Smith, Turner Hobby, Rhett Davis, and Bobby Goodloe helped the team claim the win over the Porcupines. The Wildcats will be on their way to Eastland, Friday to play the Abilene Wylie Bulldogs in a 4A Area playoff game.(Click headline for slideshow)
Last night the Lacy Cats made a trip to Aledo for the Regional Quarterfinals against the Stephenville Honeybees. After a loss against Stephenville during the early season, the Lady Cats were determined not to let it happen a second time. With Jordyn Logan suffering a leg injury in the first half; Jaycee Pannel, Leanna James, Kaitlyn Landers, Kaylee White, and Makaila Tyer stepped up to be the main contributors to the successful Lady Cat offense and defense. The girls wound up winning 39-29 and are on their way to Lubbock, TX to face the Seminole Maidens in the 4A Regional Semi-Finals Friday.(Click headlines for more)
The No. 8-ranked Godley Lady Cats breezed through their Class 4A bidistrict playoff opener on Tuesday with an 86-14 victory over Castleberry at Chisholm Trail High School.Please click on the article title to read the full Cleburne Times-Review article.
GHS Student Council has been a proud sponsor of this event for the past several years, and we are excited about this year's upcoming drive. Last year Godley High school beat our original goal of $2500 and raised over $7000 for this campaign. This year our goal year is to raise at least $3000. So we are asking you to please bring in any loose change, extra dollars, or checks made out to LLS during our 3 week drive. This year's drive will start February 23 and will run through March 13.
The Family Crisis Center of Johnson County will be doing a presentation about dating violence in the high school library at 4pm on Thursday February 12th. This event is hosted by Z Club and open to all who wish to attend.