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Video: Gilmer Football State Championship Ring Ceremony

Apr 26, 2015 | 0 0 comments | 5 5 recommendations | email to a friend
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Gilmer football team receives state championship rings
GILMER, TX (KLTV) - It was a special night in Gilmer on Saturday at the Civic Center as the 2014 class 4A Division II state champion Buckeyes football team received their state championship rings. ...
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From Obscurity to Perfection, Basketball Walk-On Has One Shot – and Delivers
With 1:36 left in the game and the Longhorns up by 42 points, Joe Schwartz made his college debut. Those two minutes on Dec. 16, 2014, represent the freshman walk-on’s Texas basketball career so fa...
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Gilmer Track And Field Teams Sweep District 15-4A + 16-4A Area Meet
BULLARD — It’s getting late in the academic year and Gilmer is on the brink of surrendering a very strong senior class across all of its sports platforms. Fortunately for Buckeye fans, the run will...
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Overaged and Undersized, a Green Beret and College Walk-on Takes a Shot at the NFL
Nate Boyer wants to keep playing football. The former deep snapper for the Texas Longhorns knows the odds are long. He is, after all, 34 years old and plays a low-profile position. There are also o...
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Gilmer Buckeyes Ring Ceremony to be on Saturday, April 25
Gilmer Buckeyes Ring Ceremony to be on Saturday, April 25    
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UIL title games may move after NFL schedules Cowboys at home Dec. 19
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The Dallas Cowboys are exploring options to move a December home game against the New York Jets, helping Texas keep its public school football championships at AT&T Stadium in Arlington. But the po...
Mic'd up with Jeff Traylor [April 21, 2015]
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Apr 24, 2015 | 0 0 comments | 6 6 recommendations | email to a friend
The Longhorn Network follows Texas Football tight ends/special teams coach Jeff Traylor during a spring practice.
Gilmer Buckeyes Ring Ceremony set for Saturday, April 25
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Gilmer over Gladewater, 7-2
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    GILMER'S Colin Hardin, left, and Ryen Lawhorn, right, congratulate Kade Clemens on his home run in the seventh inning against Gladewater Tuesday. Gilmer won 7-2. (Mirror photo by Mary Laschinge...
Coach Jeff Traylor with the Texas tight ends
Apr 22, 2015 | 2 2 comments | 10 10 recommendations | email to a friend
Former Gilmer Buckeyes head coach Jeff Traylor posted this photo to his Twitter account over the weekend sometime after the Orange & White Spring Game. The Spring Game was played at Darrell K Royal...
Kids Fish Free Day set for June 6
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Saturday, June 6, the Corps of Engineers Hurricane Creek recreation area on Lake O’ The Pines, will be the scene of the 16 th  Annual Kids Free Fish Day. Sponsored by the Pine Cone Fishing Club and...
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By Matt Siegel SYDNEY (Reuters) - The case of two Australians on death row in Indonesia has cast a spotlight on the foreign work of Australia's police force, whose tip off to their Indonesian counterparts a decade ago was key in their arrest and looming execution by firing squad. Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran, two Australians named as ringleaders of the 'Bali Nine' drug-smuggling group, were arrested in 2005 at an airport on the island of Bali for trying to smuggle 8 kg (18 lb) of heroin into Australia.
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Indonesian policemen stand guard in front of ambulances at Wijayapura port near the prison island of Nusa Kambangan in CilacapBy Kanupriya Kapoor CILACAP, Indonesia (Reuters) - Nine drug traffickers met their families for what could be the final time at an Indonesian maximum security prison on Tuesday, after Jakarta rejected international pleas for clemency and ordered their mass execution to proceed, possibly within hours. The death penalties imposed on eight foreigners and an Indonesian have been condemned by the United Nations, and strained ties between neighbors Australia and Indonesia. "We're hoping for a miracle," said Marites Veloso, the sister of death-row inmate Mary Jane Veloso of the Philippines, on her way to the prison. In chaotic scenes outside the jail, Australian family members, some weeping, arrived early to offer their final goodbyes to Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan.


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