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 Lake Info

Normal Lake Level is 322.00 feet above Mean Sea Level.
Current level for Cedar Creek Lake is: 322.24
Water Temperature:
52 degrees

 

 

 

 

 

  CCPA seeking members
Monitor Staff Reports
CEDAR CREEK LAKE–The Cedar Creek Powerboat Association is looking for new members to meet during the club’s annual membership drive.
The club will meet from noon until 3 p.m. Saturday, March 15, at Gater’s Sports Bar & Grill, 623 Gun Barrel Lane in Gun Barrel City.
The Cedar Creek Powerboat Association formed in late 2006 to serve the Cedar Creek Reservoir powerboating community, promoting safe, enjoyable family powerboating, while supporting voluntary organizations in the community.
Association members supported the local Christmas Angel Program last Christmas, helping seven children receive Christmas gifts, as well as providing Christmas dinner for the families.
Club members will have several boats on display at Gater’s, and will be there to answer any question you might have about the organization.
If you enjoy good times on the lake and meeting really great people with the passion for powerboating, come by Gater’s Saturday, visit the club’s website at www.cedarcreekpa.org,  or call (903) 489-3110.
 

EHS girls second at Kaufman relays
Monitor Staff Reports
KAUFMAN–Eustace High School’s girls varsity track team took second place and the Bulldog boys were in the hunt at the annual Lion Relays at Kaufman High School Friday.
Although there was abundant sunshine as the meet opened, the wind chill was in the low 20s, and all runners stayed bundled up until the last possible moment. After the sun went down, competitors and the handful of spectators saw a bit of snow waft down from a cloudy sky as the wind chill dropped into the teens.
Monitor Photo/Kerry Yancey
Eustace Lady Bulldog runners finish 1-2-3 in the 800 run at the Lions Relays at Kaufman High School Friday. Rebekah Walter (at right, in headband) won, with Tori Bynum (left center) second and Caty DiBari (background center) third.

Eustace results are presented below. Results provided did not include the first names of participants.
Varsity girls
High jump – 2. Freeman, 5-0; 3. Walter, 4-9.
Pole vault – 2. Truitt, 9-0; 4. Houston, 7-0.
Shot put – 5. McConathy, 29-5¼; 6. Ward, 28-8.
Discus – 2. Ward, 97-11; 6. Brewer, 76-11.
3200 run – 2. Bynum, 12:56.09.
400 relay – 3. Eustace, 52.51.
800 run – 1. Walter, 2:35.93; 2. Bynum, 2:36.12; 3. DiBari, 2:37.13.
100 hurdles – 2. Truitt, 16.86.
100 dash – 1. Bailey, 12.59; 5. Bless, 13.57; 6. Rogers, 13.69.
800 relay – 3. Eustace 1:53.00.
400 run – 1. DiBari, 65.75.
300 hurdles – 3. Freeman, 55.22.
200 dash – 4. Rogers, 28.74.
1600 run – 2. DiBari, 5:52.53.
1600 relay – 2. Eustace 4:33.98.
Team totals – 1. Kaufman (164), 2. Eustace (159), 3. Wills Point (125), 4. Crandall (91).
Varsity boys
High jump – 1. Keeling, 6-0.
Shot put – 3. Lopez, 40-5¾.
3200 run – 2. Lee, 10:29.15, 3. Bennett, 10:56.86.
800 run – 3. Arambula, 2:08.55, 5. Bailey, 2:09.60.
400 run – 4. Johnson, 54.05.
100 hurdles – 1. Coffey, 15.06.
300 hurdles – 1. Coffey, 41.70.
1600 run – 2. Lee, 4:46.32; 3. Arambula, 5:02.43, 6. Bennett, 5:12.26.
JV girls
High jump – 2. Cass, 4-7, 4(tie) Gowin, 4-4.
Discus – 1. Beasley, 76-6, 5. Segovia, 64-4, 6. Maltos, 59-0.
3200 run – 4. Arambula, 14:36.13.
800 run – 3. Allen, 2:46.37, 5. Smith, 2:56.29.
100 hurdles – 3. Cass, 18.56.
100 dash – 5. Anderson, 14.4.
800 relay – 3. Eustace, 2:06.69.
400 run – 2. Mobly, 71.22.
300 hurdles – 2. Cass, 55.82, 6. Phillips, 59.77.
1600 run – 4. Arambula, 6:33.62.
1600 relay – 2. Eustace, 5:04.91.
JV boys
Pole vault – 3. Johnson, 9-0.
Discus – 1. Stricklin, 106-1.
3200 run – 1. Gonzalez, 10:52.43, 2. Boulware, 12:01.49.
400 relay – 3. Eustace, 49.50.
100 dash – 3. Baldwin, 12.05.
800 relay – 3. Eustace 1:43.12.
400 run – 2. Emmons, 58.33
200 dash – 6. Knight, 25.89.
1600 run – 1. Gonzalez, 5:07.69.

 

’Jackets double up Lovejoy, 6-2, 16-0
Monitor Staff Reports
KEMP–Kemp’s Yellowjackets swept a doubleheader from the Lovejoy Leopards Saturday.
A scheduled tournament in Waco was cancelled by bad weather.
Now 9-3 on the season, the ’Jackets were scheduled to visit Caddo Mills Tuesday, returning home to host the Quinlan Ford Panthers at 6 p.m. Friday, March 14.
The ’Jackets will open District 13-3A baseball play at home Tuesday, March 18, against the Eustace Bulldogs, and will visit Crandall Thursday, March 20.
At home against the District 9-3A Leopards, the ’Jackets opened with a 6-2 win, and then blew out the Leopards 16-0 in the nightcap.
Nick Sallings started on the mound and got the win in game one, striking out seven of the nine batters he faced.
Dudley Chambers gave up two runs and struck out four Leopards in four innings of relief.
“You could tell from the first inning of the first game we were a little rusty,” new coach Cody Ross reported.
Jeremy Bush went 3-for-3 with two RBIs to pace the ’Jackets hitting. Josh Carr went 1-for-3 with a double and two RBIs as well.
In the second game, Mikie Scruggs started and went the distance in a five-inning contest. Scruggs gave up only three hits while striking out six and issuing only one walk.
All but one Yellowjacket starter had a hit in the second game. Matt Carr went 3-for-3 with an off-the-wall double that brought in two runs.
Cody Kuehn had two hits and three RBIs, including his first home run of the year. Josh Carr, Chambers and Kevin Betz all had two hits each for the ’Jackets.
“The second game was a different story – we came out swinging and did some good things,” Ross said. “The most impressive thing was our defense. We played error-free baseball – that tells me we’re getting better.”
 

Upcoming games

Baseball

March 14
MHS @ Spring Hill
KHS vs Quinlan Ford

March 15
EHS @ Commerce
 
 

Softball

March 14
MHS @ Kaufman*
KHS vs Ferris*
EHS vs Crandall*

March 18
MHS vs EHS*
KHS @ Crandall*
Soccer

March 14
MHS g/b vs Corsicana* (g)

March 17
MHS g/b vs Lancaster* (g)
(end regular season)
 

*District contest

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