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(Feb. 20) -- Adjustments made at halftime made for a competitive second half as the Gator lacrosse team fought back from a 13-2 deficit before ultimately falling to the Westlake Chaparrals, 18-4 on a bright sunny day in West Austin. Coach Noel Breger is focused on the continuing improvement of this team over previous editions. The Gators have scored more goals so far this season than all of last season and penalty time totals 6 minutes compared with 28 minutes by opposing teams. All but one of the team's offensive players have scored goals so far. "Pride" stickers for this game were awarded to August Stroh and Drew Summers.
Eagles Claim District Title With Win Over Gators
(Feb. 14) -- Sporting a one-loss district record, the Johnson City Eagles came to town and convincingly put the hurt on a very young Gateway team, 98-64, in the Gators' last game of the 2016-17 season. The Eagles will represent District 25-3A as the No. 1 seed in the upcoming UIL playoffs. In defeat, sophomore Ethan Miller (in photo) was the night's leading scorer with 32 points. In other games, the 9th Grade team won while the JV lost a close contest.
photo left/Chris Dixon photo right/Tommy Turner
Seniors Recognized in The Swamp
Dylan McCord, Gateway's lone senior basketball player was recognized during a pre-game ceremony Tuesday night. He participated for three years in the Gator program and has been accepted into Texas A&M University's Mechanical Engineering program. Also, cheer team members Baylee Floyd and Devyn Henderson made their final appearances on the home court.
Art Students Excel at V.A.S.E.
Madeline (Minnie) Rogers and her sculpture "King of Circles" was selected to compete at the State Visual Arts Scholastic Event competition, a first for the Gateway art department. She is only one of 118 participants to advance to State out of about 4,000 regional entries. Out of 30 works of art submitted by 25 Gateway art students, 26 artworks received the highest score possible. Gateway art instructor is Jordan McDowell.
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