Obituaries for April 14, 2006

John B. Hogg Services: 2 p.m. Monday at the Grady Cemetery. John B. Hogg, 91, of Portales, died Wednesday, April 12, 2006, in Farwell. He was born Sept. 24, 1914, to John B. Hogg Sr. and Roxie Lee Hale Hogg at the family farm home at Jonesville, Quay County. On Oct. 28, 1949, he married […]

Elida takes doubleheader from Grady

PNT Staff ELIDA — Sophomore Tom Sullivan pitched a one-hitter in the opener and homered in both games on Tuesday, helping Elida sweep Grady 10-0 and 16-6. Both games were shortened by the 10-run rule. The first game ended in the bottom of the fifth and the second contest was stopped in the sixth. Sullivan […]

Grady High School set to host ‘Thursday Nite Live’

By Jesse Wolfersberger The musical group “Thursday Nite Live” is bringing its unique brand of country music to Grady High School on Monday. The group from South Plains College in Levelland, Texas, puts on a television show the first Thursday of every month featuring a wide variety of music. In addition to the monthly show, […]

Fort Sumner survives regional matchup with Grady

By Eric Butler: Freedom Newspapers LOGAN — Because Fort Sumner had won the previous two meetings by an average of 27.5 points, it seemed pretty obvious what the Foxes would do to the Grady Bronchos Thursday in a Region A boys basketball semifinal. But on second thought… The favored team did indeed win, but not […]

Elida girls lock up top seed, Grady sweeps Floyd

PNT staff The Elida girls locked up the top seed in District 3-1A by beating second placed Fort Sumner 46-41. Kodi Armitage scored 17 and Jewlie Paiz added 15 for the Lady Tigers (19-2, 7-0). “It was a big win for us tonight,” Elida coach Dan Howard said. “It feels good to put that one […]

Grady tops Elida for consolation title

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By Kevin Wilson: Freedom Newspapers Early in the second quarter, both the Elida Tigers and Grady Bronchos found that Saturday’s consolation game had a familiar circumstance. The difference was that Grady’s situation was just more favorable. Colt Grau scored 14 points to lead four Bronchos in double figures, and Grady survived a fourth-quarter comeback when […]

Tredway Obituary (10-30-2005)

Dayna Danyel Tredway Services: 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Grady High School gym. Dayna Danyel Tredway, 17, of Clovis died Friday, Oct. 21, 2005, in rural Curry County. She was born June 20, 1988, in Clovis to Johnny and Fern Jenkins Tredway. She was a student at Grady High School. She was on the yearbook […]

Grady grad takes job at West Texas A&M

By Dave Wagner At 26, Clovis native and 1997 Grady High graduate Justin Ashley has already worked under some successful college basketball coaches. He hopes to continue his progression at West Texas A&M University in Canyon. Ashley has been hired to replace Russell Vanlandingham as an assistant to Buffaloes head coach Rick Cooper. Vanlandingham left […]

April 6 Obituaries

Clifton Edwin White Services: Have been held. Clifton Edwin White, 62, of Silver City, died Feb. 28, 2005, at Mountain View Regional Medical Center in Silver City. He was born on Aug. 23, 1942, in Artesia to Alvin Clifton and Doris Lucille (Hinrichsen) White. He married Janice Ruth Wright Schwegman on Nov. 24, 1962, in […]

Elida opens baseball season by beating Grady 9-5

ELIDA — Dylan Radcliff went 3-for-4 and eighth grader Cade Cathey homered Mondy to help Elida beat Grady 9-5 in the Tigers’ baseball opener. Freshman Wesley Gilmore pitched four innings to pick up the win. A junior varsity game was called because of darkness after three innings with the Bronchos leading 5-1. Elida returns to […]

Feb. 23 Dora News

By Charlie Carmichael Beautiful days are here right now, but don’t go planting your garden just yet. Our farmers, however, are enjoying the moisture and are preparing for a good year of farming. New baby Johnny and Jennifer Inge are the parents of a new son. He has been named Gentry Taylor. He weighed 7 […]

Late rally lifts Floyd to victory

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By Dave Wagner FLOYD — The Floyd boys basketball team may have been up and down much of this season, but the Broncos are picking up some late momentum. Junior guard Jerrod Long converted a pair of free throws with 13 seconds left and Floyd, down by 11 points on two separate occasions before leading […]

Feb. 13 Floyd School News

By Jennifer Essary Upcoming events • School Board will meet Monday at 7 p.m. • The science fair is this week. • Tuesday’s game against Grady will be senior appreciation night. • Spring pictures will be Friday. • The kindergarten will be having a bake sale on Friday. All money will go towards its graduation […]

Wolverines, Vixens win titles

PNT Staff TEXICO — The unbeaten Texico Wolverines and Fort Sumner Vixens claimed championships Saturday night in the EPAC basketball tournament championship games. Texico (12-0) had to work hard to get past upstart Grady, beating the Bronchos 74-69 in the boys final, while Fort Sumner (12-0) earned a 49-35 victory over Texico in the girls […]

Grady gets past Floyd

By Eric Butler TEXICO — The last time Jim Kneipp coached a Grady team in an EPAC tournament, the opponents had names such as Causey on the jersey and the games were played at Portales High School. On Tuesday, Kneipp saw another raucous, old-fashioned see-saw game — played in the former main gymnasium at Texico […]

Lady Coyotes dominate early, cruise past San Jon in EPAC

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By Dave Wagner TEXICO — Pressure defense overwhelmed the San Jon girls early in Tuesday’s EPAC Tournament opener. Dora harassed San Jon into 11 first-quarter floor errors and the Lady Coyotes cruised to a 69-43 victory. Senior Kassandra Clark was the beneficiary of the early opportunities, scoring 14 of her game-high 25 points in the […]

Lady Coyotes fall to Grady

PNT Staff GRADY — The Dora Lady Coyotes opened their volleyball season Thursday night, losing to unbeaten (6-0) Grady 25-20, 19-25, 25-22, 25-17. “We have a lot of things to work on,” Dora coach Myra Skinner said. “Grady’s a scrappy team, and they got to a lot of balls.” Dora defeated Grady 25-13, 25-19 in […]

Lady Tigers split weekend matches

PNT Staff GRADY — The Grady Lady Bronchos rallied from two games down to edge Elida 18-25, 20-25, 25-11, 27-25, 17-15 Saturday afternoon. It was the third match in three days for the Lady Tigers (2-1), who beat San Jon in four games on the road on Thursday and then knocked off House 25-19, 25-16, […]

EPAC Girls: Grady rallies back to beat Vixens

By Kevin Wilson At first glance, a proper title for Grady’s EPAC girls title could be “I Love the 80s Strikes Back: 1987,” referring to the last time the Lady Bronchos won the annual tournament. However, a more accurate title might be, “Survivor: Greyhound Arena,” a testament to an incredible two-game run by Grady, capped […]

Grady beats Dora for fifth

By Dave Wagner TEXICO — Grady boys coach Ken Kostedt thinks the Bronchos’ 4-10 record this season is a little deceptive. “All of our games this year have been close except for two,” he said. “We just haven’t been on the winning end that much. I think we’ve played some talented teams.” Thursday night, Grady […]