Sports

Tue
04
Nov

Wildcats swat Yellowjackets 39-9

 

Yorktown’s Wildcats raced back into the winning columns Friday with a 39-9 decision over Runge’s Yellowjackets.
 
Playing in front Wildcat fans, Yorktown improved its record to 6-3 for the season and 2-1 in district.
 
Although the Jackets struck first scoring on a 5 yd. run midway through the first quarter, the Cats responded with their own drive that resulted in a TD to tie. The Cats first points came on a run by junior Milam Eckhardt from 10 yds. out.
 
From that point, it became Yorktown’s game. 
 
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Tue
04
Nov

Kats go undefeated 14-0

 

The Yorktown Kitty Kats ended district undefeated 14-0 after defeating Pettus in three: 25-9, 25-21, 25-6.
 
Yorktown coach Dierdre Alexander said, “Toward the end of the preseason we started playing solid ball so it was not too far of a stretch to believe a fifth championship might be within our grasp. I have to give the team a lot of credit for the amount of improvement they made over the course of the season.”
 
Junior Emily Gwosdz did not come out in familiar fashion. Nearly every ball she hit was a hard kill shot rather than the tip. 
 
“Tonight I though Gwosdz had a good game offensively,” Alexander said.
 
 
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Tue
04
Nov

Undefeated district champs

Kaylee Dueser and Emily Gwosdz put up a big front wall to force Pettus to go around during the last district game at home. Yorktown won in three with an undefeated district record of 14-0. The Kitty Kats had a bye for the bi-district round and will play later this week for the area title. Photo by Tim O’Malley/Yorktown News-View

 

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Thu
30
Oct

Lady Gobblers advance to playoffs after Oct. 28 Gonzales game

 

Cuero volleyball fans will be pleased to know that the Lady Gobblers secured fourth place after defeating Gonzales on Oct. 28 in Apache territory.
 
The Lady Gobblers (26-12) will enter the bi-district playoff round against the Liberty Hill Lady Panthers (26-12) at 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 4 at Seguin High School.
 
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Wed
29
Oct

Wildcats fall to Beavers

 

All the preparations and adjustments to the opposition that could be made were in place. The Wildcats only had two elements missing to make it happen - speed and a secondary that was not so young.
 
That is what defeated the Yorktown Wildcats during a district game against Falls City at Beaver Stadium on Oct. 24. Yorktown took their first loss in district, 0-27.
 
Yorktown received the first kick-off. The Wildcat offense soon discovered that some adjustments were to be made if they were to make any ground after losing the ball in four plays with a turnover. 
 
The Beavers utilized their speed in five plays to score with PAT good, 0-7. 
 
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Wed
29
Oct

Nordheim CC runner advances

 

Nordheim took three cross country competitors to the District 32-1A meet in Tilden on Oct 22. Two runners returned with some hardware with one runner to  advance to the regional cross country meet.
 
Ali Hubble, in the girls junior high division, fell during the race injuring her knee and unable to complete the race.
 
Jakob Denton, in the boys junior high division, placed second.
 
Eli Julian, varsity boys division, took first place with a time of 17:14. He will be running next Saturday, Nov. 1 in Humble at the regional cross country meet.
 
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Wed
29
Oct

Kitty Kats district champions for 5 straight seasons

 

Wed
29
Oct

Pregame football against Runge

 

Wed
29
Oct

Yorktown girls cross country team make history, district champions

 

The Yorktown varsity girls cross country team made history Oct. 20 in Three Rivers by becoming the first Yorktown girls cross country team to win a district championship. The top 10 individual runners plus the top three teams advanced to regionals. The team will be advancing to the Region 4 cross country championship meet hosted by UTSA in San Antonio on Saturday, Nov. 1. 
 
Competing for the Kats at the district meet were Annie Ochoa, 5th place medalist; Alexis Longoria, 6th place medalist; Jessica Garcia, 9th place medalist; Taylor Beckham, 11th place; Claire Robinson, 13th place; and Hunter Day, 15th place. The Kitty Kat team point total was 19 defeating Three Rivers (second place team) by 20 points.
 
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Tue
28
Oct

Gobblers play against Mustangs in Ingleside Friday

 

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