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Gilmer 35, Henderson 20

From ETFinalScore.com:



Gilmer beats Henderson, takes 16-3A title



Stark: Gilmer goes all out for Luke Turner

From The Gilmer Mirror:

THE GILMER BUCKEYES overcame a 14-0 deficit Friday night at Buckeye Stadium, scored 35 unanswered points before a final Henderson tally, and defeated the Lions 35-20 to claim the 2011 District 16-3A championship.


Read more: The Gilmer Mirror - Buckeyes win District of Doom with 35 20 triumph over Henderson

From the Longview News-Journal:

Gilmer Buckeyes clinch playoff spot with victory over Henderson

From the Henderson Daily News:

Turnovers, blocked FG too much for Lions to overcome

From KYTX Tyler:

Video (includes interview with Jordan Traylor)

From KTBS Shreveport:

Gilmer vs. Henderson - Video



From KETK Tyler:

Gilmer Beats Henderson and More Highlights

From The Gilmer Mirror:

Video: Henderson Lions at Gilmer Buckeyes

View directly on YouTube at this YouTube Channel.

Buckeyes can claim District 16-3A title with win over Henderson

EVEN THOUGH the Gilmer Buckeyes have not even clinched a playoff berth yet out of the “District of Doom,” the undefeated and state-ranked team controls its own destiny and can win its 10th district championship in the last 11 seasons with a win over the Henderson Lions here Friday night.

Read more: The Gilmer Mirror - Buckeyes can claim Distric 16 3A title with win over Henderson


From KGASRadio Carthage:

Video: Carthage vs Henderson 2011 FULL

'Pink Out' Friday at Gilmer High School and Buckeye Stadium

In observance of Breast Cancer Awareness Month and in support of Mrs. Carrie Henry (wife of Gilmer coach Lonnie Henry) and all who are fighting and surviving against this disease, those in attendance at Friday night’s game between the Gilmer Buckeyes and the Henderson Lions at Buckeye Stadium are encouraged to wear pink.
Also, the Gilmer High School Pep Rally Friday afternoon will have a “Pink Out” theme with the GHS Cheerleaders Booster Club selling “Pink Out” T-shirts. All proceeds will go to the American Cancer Society.
The Pep Rally begins at 3:15 p.m. at the GHS Gym.
There will also be a “Pass the Helmet” going on at the game Friday night to benefit Mrs. Henry.

Gilmer 43, Spring Hill 7

From The Gilmer Mirror:

THE GILMER BUCKEYES, playing their first full game without injured starting quarterback Luke Turner, proved they are still a power to be reckoned with as they blasted the Spring Hill Panthers 43-7 in their sixth road game out of eight games played this season.

Read more: The Gilmer Mirror - Buckeyes cruise to 43 7 victory over Panthers

From the Longview News-Journal:

Traylor leads Gilmer to 43-7 victory over Spring Hill

From ETFinalScore.com:

Traylor, Gilmer rout Spring Hill

From KETKnbc Tyler:

Gilmer trounces Spring Hill

From The Gilmer Mirror:

Video: Gilmer Buckeyes at Spring Hill Panthers

Crisis or opportunity? Buckeyes hope to roll on with Traylor at QB

WHEN WRITTEN in Chinese, the word “crisis” is composed of two characters (pronounced wei-chi).

One represents danger, and the other represents opportunity.

Read more: The Gilmer Mirror - Crisis or opportunity Buckeyes hope to roll on with Traylor at QB

From BuckeyesFootball.mobi:

The Jeff Traylor Show

CBS 19's Julia Morales - East Texas Success

Luke Turner out four to eight weeks

Gilmer 39, Carthage 36

From The Gilmer Mirror:

IN WHAT WAS without a doubt one of the best high school football games in the State of Texas last Friday night, the Gilmer Buckeyes played almost perfect football, and thanks to some eleventh-hour heroics by backup quarterback Jordan Traylor and sophomore kicker Pablin Olivares, they walked off the field at Buckeye stadium with a hard-earned and much- deserved 39-36 victory over the Carthage Bulldogs.

Read more: The Gilmer Mirror - Gilmer wins 39-36 thriller

From the Longview News-Journal:

Gilmer edges Carthage, 39-36

From ETFinalScore.com:

Gilmer beats Carthage in wild one

From The Gilmer Mirror:

Video: Carthage Bulldogs at Gilmer Buckeyes

From KTBS Shreveport:

Gilmer vs Carthage - Video

From KTAL Shreveport:

Carthage-Gilmer Football Highlights

From KGASRadio Carthage:

Video

From PineyWoodsSports.com:

Carthage HC Scott Surratt Interview

From MaxPreps:

GALLERY: CARTHAGE @ GILMER

Buckeyes look forward to pivotal clash with Carthage here Friday night

THE GILMER BUCKEYES have another opportunity to knock off a defending state champion Friday night at Buckeye Stadium when the Carthage Bulldogs come to town.


Read more: The Gilmer Mirror - Buckeyes look forward to pivotal clash with Carthage here Friday night

From the Longview News-Journal:

East Texas has plenty of 3A teams capable of winning state titles

From ETFinalScore.com"

Even at QB, Gilmer's Turner loves contact

Gilmer 55, Gladewater 19

From The Gilmer Mirror:

The Gilmer Buckeyes drubbed the Gladewater Bears 55-19 Thursday night at Jack V. Murphy Bear Stadium in Gladewater, sending a clear message to District 16-3A they are ready for the “District of Doom” this year.

Read more: The Gilmer Mirror - Buckeyes cage Bears

From the Longview News-Journal:

Buckeyes open 16-3A play with 55-19 win over Bears

From ETFinalScore.com:

No. 5 Gilmer hammers rival Gladewater

From KETKnbc Tyler:

Gilmer and Lufkin win

From KYTX Tyler:

Gilmer vs. Gladewater Thursday Night HS Football

From The Gilmer Mirror:

Video: Gilmer Buckeyes at Gladewater Bears

Buckeyes travel to Gladewater Thursday night to open district play

Mirror Photo / Mary Laschinger Kirby
GILMER QB LUKE TURNER (7) runs behind one of the best blocking offensive units around as illustrated here during the third quarter of Gilmer’s 56-31 win over Daingerfield here on Sept. 23. Executing blocks for him from left are Jaidon Parrish (35), Brady English (55), Jeremy McMillian (4) and Nick Richardson (76). Turmer, a Rice University verbal commit, had a personal best for 2011 of 181 yards on 18 carries in this game.

From ETFinalScore.com:

Gilmer quarterback Luke Turner making a name for himself


ARE THE Gladewater Bears back?

Gilmer’s opening district opponent has already won more games in the first half of the season than they won in all of 2010 (4-1 so far compared to 3-7 all of last year).


Read more: The Gilmer Mirror - Buckeyes travel to Gladewater Thursday night to open district play

Gilmer @ Gladewater Game Info & Notes

By JOE DODD

October 6-@ Gladewater

Mascot: Bears

Colors: Orange & Black

District: 16-3A

Enrollment: 549

2010 Record: 3-7

2011 Record: 4-1

Week 0: defeated Canton 27-7

Week 1: lost @ Wills Point 0-3

Week 2: defeated Rusk 38-7

Week 3: defeated Brownsboro 46-7

Week 4: defeated Arp 21-13

Total Points For: 132

Average Points For Per Game: 26.4

Total Points Against: 37

Average Points Against Per Game: 7.4

Head Coach: Jerrod Baugh (2nd season, 7-8, 7-8 overall)

Returning Starters: 3 Offense/6 Defense

Players to watch:

DT Ladarrian Anthony (#54) 5’ 10” 273 lbs. JR.

DT Kasey Johnson (#55) 5’ 10” 240 lbs. SR.

QB Derrick Daniels (#11) 6’ 0” 175 lbs. JR.

RB Darion Gregory (#5) 5’ 8” 160 lbs. SR.



Historical Stats, Records, and Program Information
GLADEWATER
YEAR W-L-T COACH
2000 9-4-0 David Husmann
2001 12-2-0 David Husmann
2002 7-4-0 David Husmann
2003 2-8-0 David Husmann
2004 4-7-0 David Husmann
2005 6-5-0 David Husmann
2006 4-7-0 Scott Callaway
2007 3-7-0 Scott Callaway…