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Keller girl wins diving gold

Keller resident Emily Grund took the gold in the three-meter spring board event (12-13 age group) at the Jr. Pan American Diving Championships held in late September.

Grund was among 150 divers from 10 countries participating. She is a member of the Future Olympic Force for USA Diving and competes with the GC Divers diving club and has been diving since age 5.

Covenant football trounces Lutheran

The Colleyville Covenant football team (2-3) won 68-0 over Lutheran last Friday in the Cougars' most lopsided victory of the season, and the team may be in store for a similar outcome this Friday when the team travels to Gainesville State School for a 5 p.m. kickoff.

Against Lutheran, the Cougars made the most of each possession as the team actually only had 225 yards on offense, led by Micah Lutz with 84 rushing yards and a touchdown and Michael Hudson's 75 passing yards and one touchdown.

The defense and special teams chipped in quite a bit, as Matthew Heerman had a 31-yard interception return for a touchdown, Hudson had a 19-yard interception for a touchdown, Chase Drewski had a tackle for a safety, Nick Bradley recovered a blocked punt in the end zone and Cameron Savage had a 61-yard kickoff return for a touchdown.

The game at Gainesville State School will be the Cougars' district opener.

Faith football edged by Fort Worth Christian

The Grapevine Faith football team lost a low-scoring affair last Friday to Fort Worth Christian, a 14-7 final.

The loss drops the Lions to 2-4 overall and was their district opener.

The Lions' lone score was on a 55-yard rushing touchdown by Drake Reeves, who kicked his own extra point. Reeves had 125 rushing yards on the night. Quarterback Bryce Wasserman completed 17 of 26 attempts for 168 passing yards, 67 to Noah Postema.

The Lions host Midland Christian at 7:30 p.m. Friday.

- Stephen English

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