Sports

Tue
03
Sep

Kitty Kats keep improving

The Kitty Kats are keeping up their guard as they enter their fifth week of preseason games. Aug. 27 the Kats traveled away to Karnes City to face off a dual against Karnes City and Natalia. Following are the results of the games:

 

Varsity vs Natalia
Game 1: Yorktown 25-Natalia 19
Game 2: Yorktown 25-Natalia 9
Game 3: Yorktown 25-Natalia 27
Game 4: Yorktown 25-Natalia 14
With the offense skill set of the Kitty Kat’s, they are able to score more points as a team rather than depend on one individual. Previously, Niemeier has been the primary scorer. This year the Kitty Kats have more members who are hitters giving them the advantage on the court using Niemeier as a distraction. 

Read more at www.YorktownNews-View.com

Wed
28
Aug

Gobblers take on Tigers in first game

Cuero Gobbler fans witnessed action on the new artificial turf at Gobbler Stadium last week as Cuero High School hosted Victoria East for the final scrimmage. The Gobblers out-scored the Titans 17-7 in two quarters of game-like conditions. The large Gobbler logo can be seen. A larger scoreboard will soon be added to the new field. The Gobblers open their season Friday in Wharton with a 7:30 p.m. contest.

Tue
27
Aug

Lady Gobblers take Lady Cougars in three

 

Tue
27
Aug

Season opens Friday

 

By Tim O’Malley
Yorktown News-View
 
“Intensity is something we do, not what we say,” said assistant coach Lane Shands after the Wildcats final scrimmage against Runge on Thursday at home.
 
The two teams paired up evenly at the beginning of the scrimmage but after some attempt to get the Wildcats fired up, the offensive line started to show some strength and speed as they provided openings for their backs to score.
 
The defense started solemnly. Early in the scrimmage one of the linebackers made a great tackle stopping the Runge rush. The field was quiet and Coach Ty Robinson came out saying, “What is wrong with you guys! You just stopped their rush. You should be excited.”
 
Read more in this week's issue of Yorktown News-View
 
Tue
27
Aug

Kitty Kats remain undefeated

 

By Tim O’Malley
Yorktown News-View
 
The Yorktown Kitty Kats continue to run undefeated as they beat Nixon-Smiley in three and Shiner St. Paul in four.
 
The Kitty Kats had a change in schedule because of conflict of schedule so they played Shiner St. Paul on the 21st rather than the 23rd at home.
 
The first match may have taken Yorktown by surprise when they lost 18-25. The Kitty Kats won the next three but not without a fight; 26-24, 25-22, 25-23.
 
Read more in this week's issue of Yorktown News- View.
Tue
27
Aug

Lady Pirates lose in three

 

The Nordheim Lady Pirates played Cuero JV on Aug. 23 in Cuero. They played a solid game in the first round beating the Cuero JV 25-23. In the second game the wind left their sails with a loss 4-25. The Lady Pirates picked themselves up losing only by 6 points, 25-19.
 
On Aug. 30 the Lady Pirates will play away against Victoria College Academy. Nordheim will have their first preseason home game on Sept. 3 against Victoria College Academy starting at 5 p.m.
 
See more in this week's edition of Yorktown News-View.
Tue
27
Aug

JV Lady Gobblers host Nordheim

Shown are Abby Bridges, Hannah Ellis, Raylynn Hedrick, Alex Brannan and Sierra Perez at the Aug. 23 home game against Nordheim. The JV girls lost the first match, 23 to 25; won the second match, 25 to 4; and won the third match, 25 to 29, winning the game. (Photo by Elizabeth Rodriguez/CueroRecord)

Tue
27
Aug

Lady Gobblers place fourth in Sinton Tournament

The Lady Gobblers traveled to Sinton on Aug. 23-24 for the Sinton Volleyball Tournament.

Tue
27
Aug

Lady Gobblers lose Edna round

 

By Tim O’Malley
Cuero Record
 
It was not how the Lady Gobblers wanted it to come to an end but the Edna Cowgirls won in five.
 
Cuero played Edna at home on Aug. 20 in one of those matches where no one knew who was going home the winner.
 
Cuero won the first match 25-19. In the second match Edna dominated 25-15. Cuero dug in and won the third match 25-18. It looked like the Lady Gobblers found their groove but managed to give the match to Edna 25-14. With the game tied they both opted for the tie-breaker. Edna won 15-9.
 
Coach Rebecca Riojas-Fryer said, “We just need to finish games. They have so much potential. We can’t allow a couple of mistakes to bring us down.” 
 
Read more in this week's edition of the Record.
Wed
21
Aug

Kats take Industrial Tourney

 

It may be early in the season but there is great hope that this team may go as far, if not further than the 2008 team. All lights are green as they are undefeated and won the Industrial Tournament.
 
Coach Dierdra Alexander said, “This team reminds me of the 2008 team. We have one good player and a lot that go with her. It is senior heavy like in 2008 and that plays big roles. They are all playing for the last time.”
 
Aug. 14-16 the Kitty Kats volleyball team traveled to Industrial to compete in the Industrial Tournament. The results were as follows with Yorktown vs :
 
Read more at YorktownNews-View.com
 

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