Parker County Precinct 1 Constable Charlie Hunt pled guilty to family violence assault and was sentenced to six months in jail Thursday. As a condition of the plea agreement, Hunt also resigned his elected position as constable and permanently relinquished his Texas peace officer’s license. The victim said Hunt hit her several times and dragged her through the house in an incident in February. He was also accused of placing a tracking device on the woman’s car after the incident.
The Breckenridge Buckaroos (5-5) kicked a game-winning field goal with one second on the clock to upset the Brock Eagles (8-2) in football Friday night, 30-28.
Brock, the No. 6-ranked team in Class 3A, had never lost a district game in its four-years of UIL competition.
The game was the regular season finale for both schools. The Eagles are headed to the playoffs regardless.
Both Aledo ISD bond propositions were soundly defeated in Tuesday’s election.
Proposition A, $64 million for a second middle school and other improvements, failed 71% to 29%.
Prop B, $8.8 million for a high school ag facility and land for future schools, went down 66% to 34%.
In what is believed to be the deepest playoff run in Weatherford High School volleyball history, the Lady Roos swept El Paso Coronado in three games Tuesday night. WHS won 25-20, 25-19, 25-14 in the regional quarterfinal matchup in Andrews.
WHS has not lost a game in three playoff matches.
London Gray tallied 11 kills, Kaitlyn Rogers had 42 assists and Jordan Burks had 15 digs.
WHS will face two-time defending state champion Hebron Friday night at 8 p.m. at Glen Rose High School.