Sports

Thu
23
Oct

CYFL teams face opponents at Gobbler Stadium

Last week may have been a bye week for the Cuero High School Gobblers, but Gobbler Stadium still saw plenty of action over the weekend. 
 
The Cuero High School freshmen, sophomore, junior and senior girls played a powder puff football game on Oct. 17. 
 
On Oct. 18, the Crossroads Youth Football League participated in Stadium Day, in which the young athletes were given the opportunity to play their games at Gobbler Stadium. The CYFL Cuero Gobbler Freshman Team played the Gonzales Black Freshman Apaches, the CYFL Cuero Gobbler Sophomore Team played the Yoakum Sophomore Dawgs, the CYFL Cuero Gobbler Junior Team played the Yoakum Junior Dogs, and the CYFL Cuero Gobbler Senior Team played the Yoakum Senior Dawgs.
 
Thu
23
Oct

Gobblers anticipate balanced attack in Friday's Sinton game

 

The Cuero Gobblers (6-1 overall, 1-0 district) will battle against the Sinton Pirates (5-3, 1-1) on Oct. 24 in the Gobbler Stadium. This will be their eighth time playing each other. Cuero is 6-1 against Sinton losing to the Pirates last year during regional semifinals 26-19. 
 
Sinton, with a roster of 48 players, will have a plethora of wide receivers (20) and several running backs (6). It may explain the choice of offense (spread offense) they use. While the spread offense is more of the style to rely on the passing game, Sinton will use it to spread out the opponent’s defense in order to open up their running game. 
 
Cuero head coach Travis Reeve is aware that the Pirates “do a good job of having a balanced attack.”
 
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Thu
23
Oct

Montejano debuts as Gobbler kicker

 

Wed
22
Oct

Team Chaos wins CHS powderpuff game

 

Gobbler fans who showed up at the stadium on Oct. 17 didn’t witness the usual Gobbler game. Instead, a powder puff flag football game was held. 
 
Freshman and junior girls dressed in green and called themselves Bad Intentions and sophomore and senior girls, wearing white jerseys, were called Team Chaos. Several of the football players dressed as cheerleaders and supported both teams. 
 
Team Chaos won the game 14-7.
 
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Wed
22
Oct

Lady Gobblers battle La Vernia

 

The Lady Gobblers walked on the court knowing that they had to defeat La Vernia on Oct. 17 at home if they were to have any opportunity to go to playoffs. After three intense battles Cuero won in three (25-17, 25-13, 25-20).
 
Cuero coach Whitney Coles said, “We had gone over again and again to keep our playoff options alive and I made sure that it was in the forefront of their minds. La Vernia is a good scrappy team. We had to attack from the very beginning. I was proud that they came out in the attack mode."
 
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Tue
21
Oct

Kitty Kats battle to keep 11-0 district record

 

Tue
21
Oct

Pregame for Falls City Beavers

 

Tue
21
Oct

Yorktown Wildcats take Kenedy Lions 22-14 in open district game

 

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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