Sports

Tue
16
Sep

JV Kats take 2nd in Pettus

The JV Yorktown Kitty Kats competed at the Pettus JV invitational tournament on Sept. 13 and came home with second place. Pictured kneeling is coach Chelsea Hoffmann. Middle row from the left are #7 Jessica Garcia, #10 Alexis Longoria, #12 Danielle Hernandez, and #8 Arianna DeBona. Back row from the left are Caley Brysch, Hallei Wehlman, Taylor Beckham, Claire Robinson, Stephanie Mattox, Maddison Hickman, and Kynli Hranicky. Contributed photo.

Fri
12
Sep

Yorktown Kitty Kats ready for district games

 

Fri
12
Sep

Lady Pirates lose opening district game

 

Fri
12
Sep

Lady Gobblers lose opening district game

 

Tue
09
Sep

Cuero Gobblers face Smithville Tigers Friday

 

Tue
09
Sep

Freshmen win Apaches game

 

The freshmen Gobblers came back from behind and defeated the freshmen Apaches, 12-6.
 
Jeremiah Diaz scored on a 15-yard run in the second quarter to tie the game. Cole Toller scored on a 17-yard pass from Drew Riemenschnider in the fourth for the win.
 
Cuero coach Phil Schwarz said, “It was a total team effort.”
 
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Tue
09
Sep

3 Gobblers medal in Smithville cross country meet

 

The Cuero High School varsity and junior varsity and Cuero Junior High School cross country teams traveled to Smithville Sept. 6. It turned out to be a very hot and humid morning. In spite of the conditions, Cuero coach Roberto Granados was pleased with the results.
 
“Our Gobblers ran great. The conditions were not ideal but our kids stepped up to the plate and ran a very good meet,” Granados said. “We have several areas where we can improve which will make our team more competitive. I’m very proud of these kids. We will keep improving every week and be ready for district. Go Gobblers.”
 
Jocee Bennett, Ben Villarreal, and Tom Vandeveer medaled.
Tue
09
Sep

Lady Gobblers win bronze in San Marcos

 

Cuero volleyball coach Whitney Coles is doing all that she can to introduce her team with new tools of the game before district and is seeing more than better results.
 
During the San Marcus tournament on Aug. 28-30 the Lady Gobblers went 3-for-3 and won the bronze bracket consolation.
 
“We played some really tough teams. The girls played well as usual but we lost some heartbreakers,” Coles said. “In an experiment Mia Knetig did not play two of the three pool play games. With some injures there were several different lineups. It was a good weekend overall. We just did not finish where we wanted to.”
 
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Tue
09
Sep

Lady Pirates fight, fall to McMullen

 

The Nordheim Lady Pirates traveled to Tilden on Aug 29 to play McMullen County Cowgirls. In a three game battle Nordheim fought hard but came home with a loss. Following are the scores.
 
Nordheim 14 Tilden 25
Nordheim 21 Tilden 25
Nordheim 20 Tilden 25
 
Nordheim coach Randy Castillo said, “We could not get the edge we needed to get one win. The girls showed a lot of hustle, fight and toughness of competing against a good team.”
 
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Tue
09
Sep

Wildcats clip Eagles

 

The Wildcats proved  to be a better team with endurance and strength against the Leakey Eagles defeating them 28-14 in La Vernia on Sept. 4.
 
Yorktown coach Ty Robinson said, “We were in better shape than they were. That is our cornerstone in what we do.”
 
In the first quarter Yorktown scored early with a two point conversion taking the lead 8-0. Ysidro Garza and Jonathan Weischwell had over 40 yards rushing.
 
The second quarter the Wildcats maintained possession just over six minutes resulting in a touchdown and a 2 point conversion. Yorktown extended their lead 14-0. 
 
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