State Tennis Results

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Grace Prep’s Women’s Tennis had a great showing at the TAPPS 4A State Championships in Waco this week.  Melody Burris, McKayla Craig, Macy Noe, Claire Bullington and Ellie Parker all qualified for the state competition. Doubles team Claire Bullington and Ellie Parker made it to the state semi-final after hours of…

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Golfers Advance to Regionals

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Grace Prep Golf competed in the TAPPS 4A District 2 tournament in Grand Prairie on Tuesday.  The boys team of Jay Sedwick, Matt Hudspeth, Grant Chelette, Trey Kirby and John Bearrie finished third in district advancing them to regionals.  On the girls’ side junior Chandley Baldwin finished fifth advancing her to…

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Lion Football Heads to State!

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Grace Prep Lions Varsity Football defeated the Temple Christian Eagles in a nail-biting 24-21 win in Burleson last Friday.  Senior Jerry Davis scored two of the team’s three touchdowns from receptions from quarterback Jeremiah Tucker.  The first half ended with a 32 yard field goal by senior Jay Sedwick.  It…

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Football Advances to Regional

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The Lions Varsity Football team defeated the Gainesville State Tornadoes 42-14 advancing them to the regional round next Friday vs. Muenster Sacred Heart.  Kickoff will be at 7:00 at Denton High School. Coach Chad Pegues gets doused with water in celebration of the Lions’ first playoff win in nine years.

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Volleyball Ready For Playoffs

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The Grace Prep volleyball team was defeated last night by Pantego in a match to determine playoff seeding from District 2-4A.  The Lady Lions, while coming up short, fought extremely hard.  Their poise, courage and competitive spirit, under difficult circumstances, was an example to us all. But, that was not…

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