Sports

Tue
26
Nov

Shiner ABBC standing as of Nov. 25

The following is the unofficial weekly results of the 31st Annual Shiner Businessmen's Club Shiner Area Big Buck contest as of Nov. 25 for DeWitt County:

 

Tue
19
Nov

Jingle Bell 5K downtown Dec. 14

 

The Cuero Wellness Center will sponsor the Jingle Bell 5K and Junior Jingle Jog Saturday, Dec. 14. The race will begin at 9 a.m. The race will begin on Main Street, by the library.
 
Registration fees for those who register before Friday, Dec. 6 are $15 for high school students and $20 for adults. Registration fees for those who register after Dec. 6 or the morning of the race are $20 for high school students and $25 for adults. The fee to participate in the Jingle Jog is $5 for children 12 and under.
 
Those who participate may dress in holiday attire. Awards will be given to the best dressed.
Tue
19
Nov

Gobblers play Panthers Friday in San Antonio

 

The Cuero Gobblers (7-3, 3-2) will face the Geronimo Navarro Panthers (10-1, 4-1) for area playoffs on Friday, Nov. 22, in San Antonio at the Gustafson Northside Stadium. The stadium is located on Culebra Road off NW Loop 410.
 
Cuero played Columbus last Friday and won 42-21. Navarro played San Antonio Sam Houston and won 61-20. 
The preseason/season statistics are as follows.
 
Cuero’s team offense averages 338.7 yards per game with a average of 207.9 yards rushing and 130.8 yards passing. 
 
Navarro team offense averages 439.1 yards per game with an average of 354.5 yards rushing and 84.6 yards passing. The Panthers have a total of 68 touchdowns, 7 sacks, 12 interceptions, and average 51.4 tackles per game.
Tue
19
Nov

JV Gobblers end season undefeated

The JV Gobblers ended their season with an undefeated record of 10-0, 5-0.

In the last game of the season the JV Gobblers defeated La Grange 27-14.
 
Read more in this week's edition of the Record.
Tue
19
Nov

Kitty Kats rally short at semi-finals

 

Yorktown coach Deirdre Alexander made every attempt to approach this game no different than any other but this was not like any other game. There was more at stake and the Kitty Kats knew it.
 
In 2012 Yorktown played against the Burton Lady Panthers in the semifinals and lost in three games. This was the Kats opportunity of “true redemption.”
 
Earlier in the season Coach Alexander said, “We want to say that we are better than the first game of the season.”  
 
The test of time held true for Yorktown as they played each and every game like it was their last.
 
Read more in this week's edition of Yorktown News-View
Tue
19
Nov

Shiner ABBC standings

 

 Following are the unofficial weekly results of the 31st annual Shiner Businessmen’s Club Shiner Area Big Buck Contest as of Nov. 18.
 
Read the results in this week's edition of Yorktown News-View
Tue
12
Nov

Gobblers enter playoffs Friday, face Cardinals in El Campo

 

Tue
12
Nov

Kats sweep in area round

 

The 2013 volleyball season has been one of retribution for the Yorktown Kitty Kats. They don’t think about the previous games nor do they put any thought to any of the upcoming games. It is all about the game to be played.
 
“We did not approach [this game] any different than we approached any other game,” said Yorktown coach Deirdre Alexander. “We did not act as if it could be our last. We talked about going out there to beat them from more than what we beat them the last time. Last time we beat them in four and we want to say that we are better than the first game of the season.”
 
Yorktown played Ben Bolt for the area championship in Woodsboro on Nov. 9. The Kitty Kats swept the Lady Badgers in three games staking their claim as area champions.
 
Read more in this week's edition of Yorktown News-View
Tue
12
Nov

Taking Stock in Ironman 70.3

Jade Stock was among 3,000 triathletes who came from over 60 countries to compete in the City Bikes IRONMAN 70.3 Triathlon in Miami, Flordia on Oct. 27.  This was her first half-ironman and her challenge was a 1.2 mile swim, 56 mile bike ride and a 13.1 mile run.

 

Read more in this week's edition of Yorktown News-View

Tue
12
Nov

Wildcats end season against Shiner

 

The Yorktown Wildcats did not lay down after the third play of the game when Jacob Garcia threw an interception landing the Shiner Comanches at the Yorktown 29-yard line. Instead they fought back with what could have been a Wildcat victory but their own mistakes in penalties and change of strategy in the second half cost them the game 28-6.
 
In the first half of the game the Wildcat defense shut down the Comanche attack to only 19 yards rushing with 13 plays. Two of Shiner’s three possessions were turnovers after four plays. The only account for the Shiner’s scoring was after the interception. They were already in Yorktown territory. However that did not stop the Wildcat offense from answering back. 
 
Read more in this week's edition of Yorktown News-View

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