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Varsity Volleyball is Bested by Ingram Moore

Our varsity volleyball team traveled to Llano High School and took on Ingram Moore in the bi-district round of playoffs on Monday, November 4th. The girls played hard, but the Warriors pulled out ahead with a final score of 3-1. Overall the team had a great season, ending with a record of 11-6 in district, and an overall record of 34-15. Good job Gators!

Swim Team Gears Up for TISCA Meet
The Gateway swim team started off strong with their season opener on September 20th against district rivals Georgetown High School and East View High School, posting several personal bests. The team continues to show grit and drive, holding their own in the water against several 5A and 6A schools from the Austin area in their most recent meet. For the remain...

Quincy Granderson Appointed Head Varsity Basketball Coach
Long-time Assistant Varsity Basketball Coach, and Junior Varsity Head Coach Quincy Granderson has been appointed the new Head Varsity Basketball Coach for the upcoming season. Current Cross Country and Track Coach Mark Eno will take on the role of Head Junior Varsity Basketball Coach as soon as the cross country season comes to a close. Coach Granderson, kno...

Co-ed Cross Country 7th and 8th Graders Capture Another District Title!
The 7th grade boys keep the tradition of the Gator Middle School boys winning the District Cross Country Championship! Our boys have won the district championship 7 of the 8 years of the program. We had three runners finish in the top ten, and five runners finish in the top 20! The 8th grade boys did a good job and finished in third place led by Max Acker. ...

Volleyball Team in the Playoff Hunt
With the exciting win against the visiting Lago Vista Vikings on Tuesday night, the varsity Gators are in a strong position to make the UIL playoffs for the second year in a row, and third time in school history. With a current record of 9 wins against just 4 losses in district 25, the girls hope to move up to third place or higher. With Johnson City the cle...