The Official Athletics site of GATESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
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To inquire about renting one of the Gatesville ISD athletic facilities, contact athletics secretary Velvet Jaynes at (254) 865-8281, ext. 251.


NOTE:  Click on each Facility to view photographs.


GHS Gymnasium

Built in 1995, the Gatesville High School main gymnasium is home to volleyball and girl's and boy's basketball.  Seating capacity is approximately 1,100.  The facility also includes locker rooms, coaches' offices, video room, laundry room, concession, foyer/dining area, weight room and restrooms.


GHS Hornet Softball Field

Built in 1999, there is seating for 200.  Facility includes grandstand and bleachers for home and visitor sides, twin batting cages, concession and restroom building and storage building.


GHS Tennis Courts

The 8-court facility opened in 2002.  It has seating capacity of 75 with plenty of stand-up viewing around the perimeter as well.


McKamie Stadium

First opened in 1966, the multi-purpose stadium is home to Hornet football, girl's and boy's soccer and girl's and boy's track and field.  The stadium has a seating capacity of approximately 4,000.  The facility underwent a complete renovation starting in 2012.  That project included a new turf playing surface for football and soccer, regulation-width 8-lane surface for track and new jump pits and runways and alteration of home-side bleachers.  A new concession/restroom/ticket building was added in 2014.


Ryan Powell Memorial Ballpark

Constructed in 1988, the 150-seat stadium underwent renovation in 2007 that included a new outfield fence and safety upgrades.  All field lighting was replaced in 2010.  The facility includes grandstand, press box, batting cages and concession/restroom building.


GISD Training Facility

Built in 2003, the 1,500-square-foot building includes taping tables, treatment tables, whirlpool baths, exercise bikes, Rich-Mar stim units, low-frequency ultrasound units, theraband station, two AED machines, ice machine and equipment for hydration, and storage space.  In the last three years, the facility has averaged 2,256 athletes sign in for treatment and staff has treated an average of 320 injuries in each of those years.