The Gorman High School Lady Panthers turned in yet another strong outing this past weekend. The GHS girls had four runners finish in the top 50 spots and rolled to a seventh-place finish at the Goldthwaite Invitational.
The May Tigers continued to turn heads in the six-man football ranks this past weekend. The state’s top-ranked squad in the Class A, Division I poll, the Tigers nailed down their 19 win in their past 20 games with a 54-0 victory over the Gorman Panthers.
Natalie Torres and the Gorman High School Lady Panthers’ cross country teams continued to excel on the trails this past week by turning in outstanding efforts at the Priddy Invitational. Both the GHS varsity and junior high teams finished in the top five in their respective divisions.
Dimitri Brandenburg and Briar Scitern both rushed for more than 100 yards and multiple touchdowns on Friday and helped the Gorman Panthers close out the non-district portion of their 2021 schedule on a high note. The two combined for six touchdowns in a 44-42 victory over the Perrin-Whitt Pirates.
Dimitri Brandeburg rushed for two touchdowns and threw another on Friday and helped carry the Gorman Panthers to a resounding 65-16 victory over the Gustine Tigers in non-district six-man football action. As a team, Gorman rolled up 393 yards in a game that was halted at the half due to the 45-point mercy rule. With the win, Gorman improved to 3-1 heading into this week’s home game against Perrin-Whitt.