Garrison 34, Frankston 14
The Frankston Indians got defeated Friday, twice.
First, the Indians fell to Garrison 34-14, spoiling the senior night of stars like Caleb Williams, Tye Griffin and Dustin House.
If that wasn’t bad enough, Frankston (3-6, 2-3) then saw its playoff hopes dashed as well.
Winona defeated 46-16, which gives District 10-2A, Division I’s third playoff spot to Winona, who defeated Frankston last week.
Shelbyville 36, Grapeland 30
The Grapeland football team’s chance a late-season playoff run fell short Friday, as the Sandies fell to Shelbyville, 36-30.
Grapeland (2-7, 1-3) needed wins in its final two games to make the postseason for the second-straight season.
The loss was Grapeland’s second-in-a-row after falling to Alto last week.
Garrison 34, Frankston 14
- Breaking News
- Name of Palestine homicide victim released
- Palestine police investigating homicide
Officials release identity of female victim lost in downtown fire
The City of Palestine has released the name of a female victim lost in a downtown structure fire in the early morning hours of Sept. 28, and are continuing to investigate the cause of the blaze at 119 E. Oak St.
Two victims discovered at scene of downtown Palestine fire
City of Palestine officials have reported the discovery of two victims at the scene of an early morning fire that destroyed a 100-plus year old building in downtown Palestine Saturday.
Investigation into building fire continues
As of noon Saturday, Texas Department of Criminal Justice K-9 search and rescue units were assisting the Palestine Fire Department and other officials search for possible human remains among the ruins of the historic three-story building which was destroyed by a massive structure fire that started shortly after midnight Saturday.
Historic downtown Palestine building destroyed in blaze
Palestine firefighters worked throughout the night to extinguish a massive fire that consumed a historic three-story building in downtown Palestine early Saturday morning.
County officials release name, cause of death of inmate
Anderson County law enforcement officials have released the name and preliminary autopsy results of an inmate who died after being found unresponsive in his cell on Thursday.
Anderson County officials investigating death of inmate
Anderson County law enforcement officials and Texas Rangers are investigating the death of an inmate found unresponsive at the Anderson County Jail Thursday afternoon.
Unidentified body found under Neches River bridge
The body of an unidentified man was discovered Tuesday under a local highway bridge.
Hispanic Heritage Month celebration today at PHS
The Palestine High School Spanish Club will host a community-wide National Hispanic Heritage Month celebration today featuring live music, performances, Mexican food, games and more.
The event will be held from 5 to 6:30 p.m. today (Monday, Sept. 16) at the Palestine High School cafeteria.
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