Wrapping up the week in the BenGil area with pictures!
Week of January 29
As temperatures reached the 60 degree mark, walkers were all over town enjoying the weather.
Eli Fox flies through the air and lays it in the hoop for two points. The 8th grade team later won their regional and will play Wednesday in Sectionals.
The girls basketball team poses for a picture with their one senior, Loni Nicole Manalia, before the game Thursday evening.
Superintendent Skeans explains to the Area Rotary how much of the new site has been grouted.
The City of Gillespie replaced a handful of water hydrants this past week.
Todd Libbra hands in his answer sheet at the Partnership of Educational Excellence Trivia Night while Erin Davis looks over her answers one last time.
A police car and fire engine escort the 8th grade team into town Thursday evening after they won their class 3A regional.
Cort Hellmann swishes a jumpshot near the free throw line in Fridays game against EAWR. The boys lost 52-48.
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