Final Score by Chuck Licata
There‚Äôs still time: To get your business ad, or student ad, in this year‚Äôs official Liberty Hill High School Football Program, the only program that sponsors the Liberty Hill All-Sports Booster Club (LHASBC) and the only program to be sold at LHHS football games this season.
For more information, e-mail me at email@example.com or call Monroe Williamson at 512.639.9326.
Speaking of the Williamsons: I work with them but I don‚Äôt quite know what‚Äôs going on in that Williamson household.
I do know Jamie Williamson, Her Honor and Mayor of Liberty Hill, hasn‚Äôt been home much. She‚Äôs kept her campaign ‚Äúpromise‚ÄĚ and been diligently working with the City Council ‚Äď as well as others in Liberty Hill ‚Äď to get the city and community on the right track when it comes to growth and other issues.
Meantime, Mr. ‚ÄúFirst Dude,‚ÄĚ Monroe, has been hammering out the sales (and other aspects) of the Football Program. He‚Äôs had a ton of help from LHASBC, in particular Deb and Malcom Terry as well as Arthur Zamarripa.
Allen Connally has been huge on the production end and Linda Lattanzio is lending her expertise to the final product as well.
But I‚Äôm especially proud of Monroe, who‚Äôs taken this project from the start and made it his own. He‚Äôs been phenomenal in getting the community involved with the program. Nice going, C.S.
Volleyball opens up this week: While Coach Jerry Vance and the LHHS football team works through its first week of practice and Kim Holt‚Äôs cross country team gets ready for its first meet on Aug.25, Gretchen Peterson‚Äôs volleyball squad will practice this week as well before hitting the court Friday for a scrimmage at Hutto (time TBA).
The Lady Panthers then host a scrimmage Saturday after Photo Day in the morning. They‚Äôll hit the road and head south for a Dual Match Tuesday (Aug. 14) with a 5 p.m. start at Canyon Lake High School.
Say hello: To Tim Dean, who‚Äôs stepping back into the K-MAC Sports broadcast booth for this year‚Äôs LHHS football broadcasts. Tim comes ‚Äúout of retirement‚ÄĚ to resume his football play-by-play duties on the Panthers Prime Time broadcasts.
Also, a quick ‚Äúthank you‚ÄĚ to the broadcast sponsors so far: Bluebonnet Pride Insurance Agency, ACA Appliance and Air Conditioning, San Gabriel Family Medicine and the Liberty Hill Leader with others pending.
There‚Äôs still time to sign up to sponsor the broadcasts, too. Last fall, the combination of football and volleyball Panthers Prime Time broadcasts averaged 3,500 listeners and viewers per broadcast.
Shoot me an e-mail, firstname.lastname@example.org, if you‚Äôre interested. We can certainly work up a sponsor proposal including any combination of broadcast, newspaper and web site exposure, too.