The Golden Circle was well represented in last weekend’s Fellowship of Christian Athletes Victory Bowl activities.

Seven players from the GC — Kerens’ Tre Langley, Frost’s Patrick Daugherty, Hubbard’s DaMacius Ward, Mildred’s QT Turner and Blooming grove’s Stephen Carroll, John Shaw and Kenya Glasco —  played in the Victory Bowl football game Saturday night.

Six Golden Circle baseball players played in the Victory Bowl’s Baseball game, including Kerens’ all-state pitcher Tate Engel, who was awarded the FCA’s Gene Pemberton Service Award. Kerens’ Brady Blue also played for the Red team in the baseball game along with Engel and Frost’s Brock Jones.

Corsicana had three players from its 2019 state tournament team play in the game as the players rushed to Waco after arriving back in Corsicana from the state tournament in Round Rock on Friday.

Pitcher Micah Burke, who was a four-year starter, first baseman Ty Nolen, who was also a four-year starter for the Tigers, and infielder Landon Pritchett, who played second base, shortstop and second base as a three-year starter with the Tigers after coming over from Mildred, all played in the FCA’s all-star baseball game.

Four Golden Circle softball players participated in the Victory Bowl’s all-star softball game.

Mildred shortstop Callie Waller and Blooming Grove’s Tatum Briggs, who were Co-MVPs of District 18-3A this season, played for the Blue team, and Corsicana’s Gracie Griffin and Emily Roughton also played for the Blue team.

Corsicana’s Kiki Blanton was chosen to play in the Victory Bowl’s all-star volleyball game.

Kerens’ Triniti Hataway was chosen as a cheerleader and Mildred’s Taylor Steele was also selected as a cheerleader for the Victory Bowl.