Sports

Tue
22
Oct

Lady Gobblers clinch playoffs

 

Tue
22
Oct

Four year repeat for Kitty Kats

 

The Yorktown Kitty Kats have taken district champion four times in a row with their recent win against Kenedy at home, Oct. 18.
 
Just before the game Yorktown Volleyball coach Deirdre Alexander said, “If we win tonight we will clinch district champs.” 
 
Game 1 the Kats started out slow. Kenedy was ahead 3-5 before the Kats started to play in sync. When the teams were tied 5-5 the Kats were well on their way to clinch district. Yorktown won 25-16.
 
Read more in this issue of Yorktown News-View.
Tue
22
Oct

Wildcats take second district loss against the Indians

 

It did not take long for the Yorktown Wildcats to see breaking speed and big gains of the Ganado Indians last Friday night as the Indians won 56-21.
 
Ganado scored most of their touchdowns in the first half leaving the Wildcats scoreless 34-0.
 
With Ganado averaging 9.17 yards per carry and an interception, Ganado wasted no time for scoring. Ganado only had possession of the ball 9 minutes and 27 seconds in the first half.
 
In the second half of the game there was only a difference of one point between the two teams, 22-21.
 
Read more in this week's edition of the Yorktown News-View.
Tue
22
Oct

Yorktown Wildcats vs Runge Yellowjackets pregame

 

The Yorktown Wildcats (2-4, 0-1) will be playing a non-district game against Runge Yellowjackets (5-1, 1-1) away on Friday, Oct. 25.
 
Yorktown is coming in with a loss against Ganado with a score of 56-21. Runge is coming in with a win over Louise 21-14.
 
The Wildcats are 5-0 against Runge. Last year the Wildcats won 52-6 and in 2011, 52-16. 
 
The preseason/season statistics are as follows:
 
Read more in this week's edition of Yorktown News-View.
Tue
22
Oct

Lady Pirates break losing streak

 

Nordheim coach Randy Castillo’s words of “It should be another close and fun game” rang true as the Lady Pirates beat Austin-Tivoli in five games.
 
“It was another thrilling match with the Redfish, but in the end we came together as a team and overcame the adversity to win the fifth game 15-8,” said Castillo.
 
Following are the results of the games played on Oct. 15 at home:
 
Go to this week's issue of Yorktown News-View.
Sat
19
Oct

Kitty Kats clinch district championship

The Yorktown Kittykats clinched district championships after taking Kenedy down in three games.

 

Read more at the next issue of YorktownNews-View.Com

Sat
19
Oct

Yorktown Wildcats take loss 56-21

The Wildcats came back strong in the second half scoring 21 points but it was not enough to stop the Ganado rush. Ganado won 56-21.

Read more at the next issue 10-23-13 in the Yorktown News-View.

Fri
18
Oct

Bulldogs hand Cuero first district loss

Cuero and Yoakum were tied early in a rain-soaked game at Bulldog Stadium but the Dogs took over and won the game 41-20. The Gobblers are now 1-1 in district. 

See the next Cuero Record for details.

Wed
16
Oct

"Glory Years" exhibit planned Nov. 1

 

The Cuero Heritage Museum has expanded the Gobbler Football History exhibit. This expanded exhibit follows the previous two exhibits (1911 to 1971) and will have team pictures and stories that chronicle the winning seasons of 1972-75. A total of 54 victories and only two losses, a 44-game winning streak, and two state championships were achieved during this brief period.
 
A reception for the exhibit will be held 4:30-7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 1, which will give Gobbler fans plenty of time to get to the Cuero, Gonzales game. Refreshments will be served.
 
Read more in this week's edition of the Record.
Wed
16
Oct

Goebel inducted into Gobbler Hall of Fame

 

Another of Cuero High School’s outstanding athletes was inducted into the Gobbler Hall of Fame during Friday night’s game here. Brad Goebel, Class of 1986, was an all-state quarterback that went on to star at Baylor University and spent five years in the NFL.
 
At Cuero High Goebel was the starting quarterback earning first team all-state honors in 1985 and leading the Gobblers to the 3A state finals. He then set a 3A state record for total yards in a season with 2,526 and he threw for 32 touchdowns.
 
Read more in this week's edition of the Record.

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