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Wed
15
Oct

Yorktown Kitty Kats seize victory over Nordheim Lady Pirates

 

Wed
15
Oct

Wildcats to host district opener against Kenedy Friday night

 

The Yorktown Wildcats (4-2) will host their first district game against the Kenedy Lions (5-2, 1-0) on Oct. 17 at the Wildcat Stadium.
 
The Wildcats had an open week to fine tune blocking assignments and work on needed areas such as pass protection.
 
Kenedy played at home on Oct. 10 against Louise in their opening district game and won by a close score of 24-22. 
 
The Lions are looking to return to playoffs after some success going to area finals in 2013. Seven returnng starters want to see that again and Kenedy head coach Lin Havron may have the right combination to get them there. In his sixth year at Keneday he has helped to get the Lions into playoff three out of five years.
 
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Tue
14
Oct

Gobblers prepare for Oct. 24 Sinton game

 

The Cuero Gobblers (6-1) have a bye on Oct. 17 which will allow them an extra week of honing in their skills before they play their second district game against Sinton at home on Oct. 24.
 
With a bye, how does the Cuero 2014 team compare to last year’s team? The team has almost as many offense yard throu seven games as they had for the entire regular season alst year. What is more surprising, D’Anthony Hopkins did not play for one and a half games and Tre Miles is on the injured list.
 
Cuero rushes, on average, 262.7 yards per game which is 53.5 yards better than last year.
 
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Tue
14
Oct

Cuero earns district win in Yoakum

 

It will be the game to compare to for years to come. The Cuero Gobblers and Yoakum Bulldogs played Oct. 10 at Bulldog Stadium.
 
Yoakum scored their first three touchdowns in the first quarter while Cuero lost the ball twice in turnovers just outside the red-zone and once punting from their own 28-yard line. Yoakum was clearly in the lead 21-0.
 
Jared Edwards (#3) said, “We needed to pick it up and play harder. We were told to come out and make a big play. It is a rivalry and I played harder than I normally do.”
 
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Tue
14
Oct

Lady Gobblers lose at home to Navarro

 

Some games never go as planned. Then there are those that, no matter what is done, the outcome remains the same. That is what occurred on Oct. 7 when the Lady Gobblers played a district game against Navarro at home losing in three (13-25, 7-25, 20-25).
 
Cuero coach Whitney Coles said, “This is how we started the last two games. Twenty-five points may seem like a long game but it is not. I think we may have gotten comfortable that we can make big runs, so we just sit back a little bit. We are battling a mentality change right now instead of attacking from the beginning. That is something that needs to change immediately.”
 
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Tue
07
Oct

Wildcats shock Bruni Eagles in the last 2 seconds

 

Tue
07
Oct

Yorktown Wildcats have open week to hone in on skills

 

Tue
07
Oct

Nordheim dished two losses

 

The Nordheim Lady Pirates have lost their last two district games this past week against Pettus and Austwell-Tivoli.
 
Both games were played at home on Sept 30 (Pettus) and Oct. 3 (Austwell-Tivoli). Nordheim coach Randy Castillo  said, “[With Pettus] we just did not play ball like we needed to. We can’t [avoid] making mistakes if we cannot take care of the small stuff. We need to start out with confidence, ready to win and to compete.” 
 
With Austwell-Tivoli we had too many unforced errors. We started to get some momentum then Austwell made a great hustle play to [regain control of the ball].
 
Nordheim (6-8, 2-5 district) will play Yorktown (15-6, 7-0) at home at 5 p.m. on Oct. 7. 
 
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Tue
07
Oct

Yorktown Kitty Kats continue undefeated season in district

 

The Yorktown Kitty Kats are on the road and while they are out and about they finished up the first half of district games going 7-0.
 
On Sept. 30 the Kitty Kats played Austwell-Tivoli.
 
Yorktown volleyball coach Deirdre Alexander said, “In Austwell we played some of our younger players to get some on the floor. [That meant putting our regulars] in different spots.”
 
Yorktown defeated Austwell-Tivoli in three; 25-15, 25-17, 25-18. 
 
On Oct. 3 Yorktown defeated Pettus in four.
 
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Tue
07
Oct

Long-time rivals to square off as Gobblers enter district play

 

The Cuero Gobblers (5-1) will face school rival Yoakum Bulldogs (4-2) on Oct. 10 in Yoakum. This will be their district opener and what may set the stage for district line-up. Cuero is 7-3 against Yoakum losing the last three years to the Bulldogs. Last year Cuero lost to Yoakum 20-41. This will be the 104th time these two teams have met. The Gobblers lead this series 66-31-6.
 
Yoakum is coming in with a dog pile of 35 players. Among those returning are 16 letterman and 13 starters. They are top heavy consisting of 19 seniors and 13 juniors. 
 
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