Sports

Tue
28
Jan

Lady Pirates' 42 rebounds determined victory over Prairie Lea

Nordheim's Alyssa Leister makes a pass inside the paint against Prairie Lea at home on Jan. 24. The Lady Pirates won 48-38. Photo by Tim O'Malley/Yorktown News-View

The Nordheim Lady Pirates looked lethargic in the first half of the game against Prairie Lea at home on Jan. 24 ending the first half with a slight lead 26-23.

Nordheim coach Randy Castillo said, “We wanted to mix it up tonight. We started out slow and then in the second half we wanted to throw them off. We ran hard, backed off, and then pushed it again.”
 
Nordheim’s Eliza Metting and Tessa Green came out the second half nearly shutting down Prairie Lea’s offense. Metting and Green were the two leading rebounders only allowing 15 points in the second half. Nordheim had a total of 42 rebounds for the game.
 
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Tue
28
Jan

Wildcats found their rhythm in the fourth

Yorktown's Grant Allman deciding to pass or take the shot for two during district game against Runge at home on Jan. 24. Wildcats won 53-50. Photo by Tim O'Malley/Yorktown News-View

The Yorktown Wildcats played the Runge Yellow Jackets at home on Jan. 24 and nearly robbed Runge with a win 53-50.

Tue
28
Jan

Kitty Kats pull Lady Jackets stinger in the end

 

Fri
24
Jan

Lady Gobblers lose Yoakum game

After leading the first half, the Lady Gobblers lost the Jan. 14 game against Yoakum. The score was 37-44. Jaslynn Mathis is shown on the court. Photo by Elizabeth Rodriguez/CueroRecord.

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Fri
24
Jan

Gobblers lose Yoakum game

The Yoakum boys beat the Gobblers at the Jan. 24 basketball game at the competition gym. The score was 43-59 (6-14, 18-27, 25-47, and 43-59). Shown is Colby Ebrom on the court. Photo by Elizabeth Rodriguez/CueroRecord.

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Thu
23
Jan

Lady Gobblers lose winning streak

 

Thu
23
Jan

Gobblers in a rut

 

If there ever is a time to get out of a rut it is now for the Gobblers basketball team. 
 
The Gobblers traveled to Giddings on Jan. 21 taking another loss 46-67.
 
This is Cuero’s fourth straight loss in district and add two more since they saw a win for the season.
 
The Gobblers have improved overall shooting 65 percent of their free throws and 32 percent in field goals. The deficit still remains in their shooting percentage. Giddings had a slight edge to their shooting by 12 percent which they maintained through out the game.
 
Friday, Jan. 24 Cuero (0-4, 5-18) will play Yoakum (0-4, 10-15) at home ending the first half of district games. This will be a tie breaker to determine who will start the second round of district games in last place.
Thu
23
Jan

Wildcats lose two in a row

 

Tue
21
Jan

4 Gobblers earn all-state academic honors

 

The Texas High School Coaches Association announced the 2013 Texas High School Academic All-State Football Team. Four Cuero High School Gobblers were named to the All-State Team. Hunter Fales, Darren Martin, and Pearson Reese received first team honors, and Tristan Hays received an honorable mention.
 
These student-athletes had to maintain a 92 or better overall grade point average for all four years of high school, and had to be a student that represents his school and team with great integrity. 
 
Read more in this week's edition of the Record.
Tue
21
Jan

The JV 'Fab Five' defeat Pettus 30-25

 

Yorktown High School JV Kitty Kats were defeated by the Falls City JV 61-12 on Jan. 10.
 
Halle Martin led the Kats in scoring with 6 points, followed by Stephanie Mattox with 4 points, and Becca Mireles with 2 points. 
 
On Jan. 14 the “Fab Five” JV Kats (only 5 players on team) defeated the Pettus JV 30-25.
 
Martin played a big role in the victory by tossing in 18 points. Mireles added 6 points, while Caitlin Wilkinson scored 4 points, and Mattox chipped in 2 points. The Kats district record stands at 3-1, with a 6-4 season record.

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