Sports

Tue
03
Dec

Lady Gobblers win Nixon–Smiley game

The Cuero Lady Gobblers played the Nixon-Smiley Lady Mustangs Nov. 26 at home. The Lady Gobblers beat the Lady Mustangs for the first time in the school’s history, 53-32. 

Cuero was a head taller than their opponent but that did not stop Nixon-Smiley from being a threat. 
 
The first half the Lady Gobblers took a strong lead but where the Lady Mustangs lacked in height they measured up in speed. Defensively they had more rebounds from the Lady Gobblers and were quick to steal the ball. They simply could not get the shots in the rim.
 
Read more in this week's edition of the Record.
Tue
03
Dec

Lady Gobblers participate in Rice tournament

 

The Lady Gobblers competed at the Rice Consolidated basketball tournament Nov. 21-23.
 
The varsity girls won the LaGrange game, 37–20. Scoring for the Lady Gobblers were Mary Kate Krueger 2 pts; Martina Stavinoha 4 pts; Missy Odom 14 pts; Summer Choate 2 pts; Jaslynn Mathis 3 pts; Chelsea Veit 9 pts; Courtney Clark 1 pt; Kyra Johnson 2 pts.
 
The varisty girls won the Sealy game, 45–41. Scoring for the Lady Gobblers were Stavinoha, 14 pts; Odom, 8 pts; Mathis, 7 pts; Veit, 9 pts; K. Johnson, 6 pts.
 
Read more in this week's edition of the Record.
Tue
03
Dec

Billings headed to AAU National Championship

The 10U Tri-County Outlawz finished the season undefeated and won the CFPO-PAL junior division Super Bowl 22-14 against the New Braunfels Unicorns. The Out lawz will advance to Florida where they will compete for the 10U AAU national Championship Dec. 4-8. From the front left are: Aaron Martinez, Connor Ratcliff, Alasandro Martinez, Cody Baker, Carmello Brooks, Trace Patek and Caleb Mesa. Second row from the left are: Ashton Douglas, Nick Billings, Kolson Jacobs, Jordan Ledlow, Kalan Maladrakis, Dalton Brooks and Price Pruett. Third row from the left are: coach Scott Bakken, Tycen Williams, Jonathon Brooks, Jacob Bakken, Dru Sluka, Cole Jansky, Aaron Douglas and coach Douglas Brooks. Top rwo from the left are: coach Terru Patek, coach Sam Pruett, Sabastian San Miguel, Douglas Brooks, Ayden Shimek, Cody Robert, coach Justin Jansky and head coach Chad Ledlow. Not pictured are Trace Hall-Morre and coach Quintin Moore. Contributed photo

Tue
03
Dec

Shiner ABBC standing as of Dec. 2

The following is the unofficial weekly results of the 31st Annual Shiner Businessmen's Club Shiner Area Big Buck Contest as of Dec. 2.

 

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

Fri
29
Nov

Sinton takes area title with 26-19 win over Gobblers

After leading most of the game, Sinton takes the lead in the 4th and holds for a 26-19 win over Cuero's Gobblers.

Fri
29
Nov

Gobblers fall behind Sinton

Little over 8 minutes left in game, Sinton Pirates take the lead 26-19.

Fri
29
Nov

End of third quarter Cuero up 19-18 over Sinton

Gobblers' leading rusher D'Anthony Hopkins injured in third quarter, out for the remainder of game, but Cuero High leads Sinton Pirates 19-18 going into final quarter of area play-off.

Fri
29
Nov

Half time Cuero leads 13-12 over Sinton

Area play-off at halftime, Cuero Gobblers lead 13-12 over the Sinton Pirates in San Antonio.

Tue
26
Nov

Jingle Bell 5K 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
26
Nov

Lady Gobblers win Goliad home game

 

The season did not look so good starting off for the Lady Gobblers until they broke ice Nov. 19 winning their first game during preseason against 2012 third round Goliad Tigerettes, 41-30.
 
Lady Gobblers basketball head coach Terrance Fryer said, “We have been playing pretty hard. We just have not been making the shots at the right time. For some reason they have been rimming out.”
 
Before the game Fryer said he will be happy if the game was close. It certainly was for the first half.
 
Goliad played a full court press during the firt period. Cuero overcame with speed on both sides of the court ending the period 8-7 with the Lady Gobblers ahead.
 
Read more in this week's edition of the Record.

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Sports