Sports

Tue
30
Sep

Gobblers hold off Columbus Cardinals

 

Spotting the Columbus Cardinals 20 points in the first half Friday night had the Cuero Gobbler fans on the edge of their seats. But in true Gobbler fashion, Cuero scored 28 points and held their hosts scoreless in the second half for the win.
 
That win gives Cuero a 4-1 season record. They will host Giddings Friday for the Gobbler homecoming.
 
The Cardinals showed they were serious jumping on Cuero with two first quarter touchdowns as a result of long drives. Columbus had a 14-0 lead as the second period opened.
 
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Tue
30
Sep

Kitty Kats take fifth win

 

Tue
30
Sep

Team takes challenge in Sept. 27 Corpus Christi meet

 

The Cuero Cross Country team traveled to Corpus Christi on Sept. 27 for the annual TAMUCC Islander Splash cross country meet.
 
Cuero coach Roberto Granados said, “Our runners performed great. The conditions were tough but our kids took on the challenge.”
 
In the varsity division there were 113 runners. Coming in 19th was Dixie Blackwell with her fastest time of 13:37.9. Jocee Bennett and Alexandra Villafranca must have enjoyed the conditions because they both improved their time by over a minute. Jocee placed 10th with her best time of 13:17.1. Alexandra placed 8th with her best time of 13:16.3.
 
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Tue
30
Sep

Yorktown royalty announced at homecoming game

Yorktown High School celebrated homecoming Friday night at Wildcat Stadium. During the halftime Miss Kelsey Hilbrich was crowned homecoming queen. She was escorted by Caleb Lemke. Although the Wildcats held the lead until late in the game, the Woodsboro Eagles took the win 34-26. Photo by Tim O'Malley/Yorktown News-View

Tue
30
Sep

Yorktown pregame against Bruni

 

Fri
26
Sep

Lady Pirates split with Runge, Kenedy

 

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

 

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