BY CARLA NOAH STUTSMAN
An Azle man was sentenced to 12 years in the Texas penitentiary Friday, Oct. 14, as a result of a crime spree last December.
Cody Byron Cox, now 32, was sentenced in the 297th District Court in Tarrant County following a plea agreement in which two of six charges against him were dismissed.… Read the rest
The annual Homecoming Parade heads down Main Street Oct. 17. Under sunny skies, hundreds of spectators lined up to revel in the festive atmopshere – and maybe snag some candy at the same time. The colorful procession included the Marching Green Pride, various sports teams of all ages, cheerleaders, actors from AHS’ upcoming production of Annie, and scores of other groups and outfits. Photo by Carla Noah Stutsman… Read the rest
Hornets will battle Northwest Texans for 6-5A crownby Mark K. Campbell
Hornets and Texans have battled one another several times this cross country season.
The next time Azle and Northwest meet, it’ll be for the district championship.
Both teams are among the best in Region I and are the shining stars of 6-5A. In the duo’s most recent meeting, the Texans beat the Hornets 72-99 at The Reunion Run in Decatur.… Read the rest
by Mark K. Campbell
It was one of those games.
Azle (1-5, 1-2) had the unenviable task of facing the No. 2 team in Texas, Aledo, at home.
AHS lost 69-0 to the Bearcats.
The bright spots were few. After the Hornets won the toss, the AHS D managed to do something no other team has done this season to Aledo: keep the Bearcats from scoring on its opening drive.… Read the rest