Sports

Fri
26
Sep

Wildcats rustle up Somerville Yeguas 59-14

 

Yorktown’s Wildcats are now 3-1 after making the two-hour drive to Somerville Friday night to collect a 59-14 win.
 
Taking advantage of the Yeguas’ in experience, the Wildcats pretty much had this non-district contest under wraps at halftime with a 30-0 lead.
 
However, the Cats’ offense has a too much potential not to take advantage of any outing they have. Through four games the Cats have collected 121 points which is just over 30 points per game.
 
Defensively, Yorktown has allowed exactly 19 pts. per game. In the last three games, the Cats gave up only 14 pts. per contest.
 
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Wed
24
Sep

JV Lady Gobblers win tourney

The JV Lady Gobblers were the winners of the Cuero Tournament, held Sept. 20. Contributed photo.

Wed
24
Sep

Lady Gobblers play in La Vernia

The varsity Lady Gobblers played at La Vernia Sept. 23. The Lady Bears won the game in four matches (22-25, 25-22, 23-25, 22-25). The varsity Lady Gobblers will play at 11 a.m. Saturday at Canyon Lake.

Tue
23
Sep

Wildcat vs Woodsboro pregame

 

Mon
22
Sep

Gobblers play in Columbus Friday

 

The Cuero Gobblers (3-1) will face the Columbus Cardinals (2-2) on Sept. 26 at Cardinal Field Memorial Stadium. These two teams are 1-0 against one another with Cuero defeating the Cardinals last year 25-17 during bi-district. The Cardinals are coming in with a loss (19-16) against Giddings. Cuero lost to the Calhoun Sandcrabs (21-17).
 
The Cardinals are rebuilding after a let down of non-returning letterman. Instead of the seven defensive starters that were anticipated, only three returned. They also have a new quarterback, senior Zane Weido with no previous experience.
 
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Mon
22
Sep

Cross country team returns from Shiner with medals

 

The Cuero Cross Country teams competed at the Shiner cross country meet on Sept. 20 bringing home plenty of medals. The varsity girls placed 4th out of 14 teams. Ben Villarreal placed 8th out of 65 runners.
 
“The course was great with several hills which did not affect our runners because running hills are part of our workouts throughout the week,” Cuero cross country coach Roberto Granados said. “We faced some great competition which should help us get ready for district. We are on our way to be where we need to be.”
 
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Mon
22
Sep

Lady Gobblers defeated by No. 4 Lady Texans

 

The Cuero Lady Gobblers may have lost to the Wimberley Texans volleyball team last Friday but it also opened their eyes that they can compete against any high ranked team in the state and perhaps be the one team to beat during playoff round.
 
Wimberley is ranked 4th in the state, according to the Texas Girls Coaches Association volleyball poll. Last year they lost during the regional finals. The year before that, they lost during the regional quarterfinals. Regardless what they have done in the past, Cuero saw first hand that Wimberley can be vulnerable.
 
In the first two games, for most teams, the score was to be expected. The Lady Gobblers fell into that hole of defeat, 16-25 and 12-25, but the Lady Gobblers did not play to their skill set.
 
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Mon
22
Sep

Sandcrabs hand Gobblers first loss of the season

 

Wed
17
Sep

Lady Gobblers defeat Wharton in 3 games

By Tim O’Malley
The Cuero Record
 
Coming in the under radar, the Cuero Lady Gobblers are insistent to make their presence known.
 
The Lady Gobblers hosted the Wharton Lady Tigers on Sept. 16 and sent Wharton home after three games (25-7, 25-8, 25-15).
 
Cuero coach Whitney Coles said, “Defensively, we were on it. We only had three defensive errors. We passed extremely well. Offensively, we did very well. And I am so proud of Shanice [Nelson].” Nelson, who is a freshman, was responsible for 7 kills and 3 digs.
 
But the game is more than winning and stats. Before the season began, Coles said that she was training each of the members of the team ‘to put it away.’ After 26 games of play, a morph occurred within the team.
 
Wed
17
Sep

Yorktown Kitty Kats quash Refugio Lady Bobcats' defense

 

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