Sports

Tue
29
Apr

Niemeier waits for UIL decision

 

Vicki “Sam” Niemeier finished with two bronzes in the Region IV 1-A Division I track meet held at Texas A&M Kingsville on April 25 and 26.
 
Coach Bruno Mata said that she had a bad day in the shot put only throwing 37-9 but, “If all of the region’s information from the state is correct she should make it in the shot put. We are waiting for the official word from UIL which should release the qualifiers list some time today.”
 
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Tue
29
Apr

Nordheim Lady Pirates declared regional champions

 

For the first time ever the Nordheim girls track team have made history by becoming the regional champions after competing at the Regional IV-1A Division II track meet that was held at Texas A&M Kingsville on April 25 and 26.
 
Thirty three schools competed. The regional champions, Nordheim Lady Pirates, scored 65 points, Comstock in second with 60 points and Calvert in third with 44 points.
 
Dajia Williams won silver in the 100m dash and gold in the 400m sprint relay.
 
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Mon
28
Apr

He advances to state track meet

 

The Cuero track teams had several qualifiers that competed at the Region IV 3A track meet at Texas A&M Kingsville on April 25 and 26. Finishing strong in the field events were the Cuero boys who tied for eighth place against 33 schools. The girls tied for 22nd place with 34 schools competing.
 
One athlete will be going to state this year, Xiao Xing He. He ran his personal best in the 110m hurdles winning him silver with an overall improvement by .12 seconds.
 
Kamron Mathis earned himself two bronze metals. He jumped his personal best in the long jump by five inches and triple jump by one and a half inches.
 
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Wed
23
Apr

Lady Gobblers advance to playoffs

The Lady Gobblers softball team finished third in district. They will play the Sealy Lady Tigers at 7 p.m. Friday, April 25 at Weimer ISD.

Tue
22
Apr

Gobblers win Gonzales game, play in La Grange tonight

 

The Cuero Gobblers did not give any slack against Gonzales on April 17 while playing at home. Cuero won 13–3. 
Two separate innings determined the out come of the game with six runs in the fourth inning and five runs to finish in the sixth.
 
The first three innings the game was scoreless. Through the top of the  fourth inning Levi Jones struck out six batters and the Gobbler defense fielded five outs and one runner was picked off from Reid Schiffbauer trying to steal second.
 
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Tue
22
Apr

Lady Gobblers win last district softball game against Smithville

 

The Cuero Lady Gobblers played their last district game against Smithville on April 15 coming from behind with a 9–6 victory.
 
The Lady Gobblers ended their regular season 6–4, 16–13–1. 
 
Audrey Simpson pitched 7 innings. She struck out 5 batters, allowed 9 hits, and six runs.
 
Brennan Sager went 4 for 3 with 4 RBIs and 1 run; A.Simpson went 4 for 3 with 2 RBIs; Ashley Liendo went 3 for 2 with 2 runs, 1 RBI; Claire Laging went 4 for 2 with 2 runs; Courtney Clark went 4 for 2 with 2 runs, 1 RBI; Maegan Pakebusch had 2 runs; Tiffani Shellendarger had 1 RBI and 1 hit.
Tue
22
Apr

7 CHS athletes advance to regional track meet in Kingsville

 

The Cuero track teams placed seventh and eighth in the 3A Area Track Meet hosted by Sealy on April 16. Three female athletes (Alex Villafranca, Ally Lott and Missy Odom) will compete at regionals in four events. For the boys, four male athletes (D’Anthony Hopkins, Kamron Mathis, Khouri Walker and Xioaxing He) will compete at regionals in five events. 
 
Following are the results of those who placed. The top four places will advance to regionals scheduled April 25 and 26 at Texas A&M Kingsville.
 
Girl’s varsity
Teams - 1. Columbus, 103; 2. Bellville, 75; 3. Wharton, 70; 4. Sealy, 69; 5. Yoakum, 61; 6. Giddings, 57; 7. Needville, 39; 8T. Cuero, 38; 8T. La Grange, 38; 10. Gonzales, 30; 11. Royal, 18; 12. El Campo, 14; 13. Smithville, 8.
 
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Tue
22
Apr

Wildcats play "best game of the year so far"

 

It was described as the “best game of the year so far” when the Yorktown Wildcats baseball team played Flatonia at home on April 14.
 
Yorktown baseball coach Justin Havard said, “Everybody played a roll in [that] game and it looked as if we have finally came together fully. They all understood their roll on the team, from Cy Strieber being a utility player to Michael Rodriguez being our DH. They had some faith and confidence.”
 
Flatonia came out in the first inning and scored two runs. The Wildcats matched them to tie the score 2-2.  In the second and third inning Flatonia scored five more runs without the Wildcats answering back. 
 
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Tue
22
Apr

Kitty Kats make historic comeback in final game

 

Tue
22
Apr

Winning hit in final contest

It was with this hit that Yorktown Kitty Kat Victoria Pena sailed a line drive over second base for the winning RBI to defeat the Kenedy Leopards 12-11 at home on April 15. Read the story 'Kitty Kats make historic comeback in final game.'

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