Sports

Tue
10
Sep

Kitty Kats 19-5 take Faith Academy after three years

 

Faith Academy had beaten the Yorktown Kitty Kats in the last three years so for this year’s seniors it was personal.
Yorktown played at home on Sept. 6 taking down the Cougars in four games. 
 
Kitty Kats vs Faith Academy
Game 1: Yorktown 25-Cougars 17
Game 2: Yorktown 23-Cougars 25
Game 3: Yorktown 25-Cougars 19
Game 4: Yorktown 25-Cougars 13
 
Coach Deirdre Alexander said,....
 
Read more on our web site www.YorktownNews-View
Sat
07
Sep

Wildcats toppled by Tigers 28-7

Yorktown's Wildcats traveled to Goliad Friday and lost to the 2A school 28-7. In spite of 80 yards in penalties against the Tigers, the Cats could not stop Goliad's running game.

The Wildcat score came on a 45 yd. run by quarterback Jacob Garcia in the second quarter. Shown are Steven Perez (23) and Joe Ragusin (63) on defense.

Nixon-Smiley will be in Wildcat Stadium Friday for a 7:30 game. The 2A Mustangs are 1-1 with a win over Flatonia and a loss to Three Rivers.

For a full recap of the game see Yorktown News-View.

 

Sat
07
Sep

Gobblers outrun Victoria West 35-28

 

  Cuero grabbed its first win in the first home game topping the Victoria West Warriors 35-28 Friday night.
  D’Anthony Hopkins had 202 yards rushing and four touchdowns with D’Andre Gallagher scoring on a 17 yard run to complete Cuero’s win. Shown is Hunter Doggett (52) and Triston Barefield (34)
  Cuero will travel to Beeville for its third outing Friday at 7:30 p.m.
 
  For complete details see The Cuero Record.
Wed
04
Sep

Cross country teams compete in Palacios

 

The Cuero Cross Country team competed in a one and a half mile course Aug. 31 in Palacios. Fourteen teams were present.
 
The varsity girls competed against 68 runners. Alex Villafranca placed 5th with a time of 10:17. Jocee Bennett placed 7th with a time of 10:19 and Dixie Blackwell placed 8th with a time of 10:20. 
 
The varsity boys competed against 70 runners. Ben Villarreal placed 34th and Chant Parker placed 38th.
 
Several junior high runners placed in the top five. Three of the four JV girls medaled.
Wed
04
Sep

Gobblers to host Victoria West Warriors Friday

 

Cuero’s Gobblers will be looking for their first win and maybe a little payback against the Victoria Warriors at Gobbler Stadium Friday. The game starts at 7:30.
 
Victoria West outran Cuero 40-19 last year. The Warriors completed their season with a 5-5 record and are returning 11 starters from that squad.
 
In their first game, the Warriors edged Lockhart 35-34 in Victoria last Thursday.
 
Read more in this week's edition of the Record.
Wed
04
Sep

Lady Gobblers win Aug. 30 Wharton game

 

The Lady Gobblers played Wharton away on Aug. 30. Following are the results of the games:
Game 1: Cuero–25, Wharton–17
Game 2: Cuero–25, Wharton–5
Game 3: Cuero–25, Wharton–10
 
Highlights
Aces: Missy Odom 1; Blocks: Missy Odom 1, Martina Stavinoha 4, Mary Kate Krueger 5; Assists: Tiffani Shellenbarger 15; Kills: Missy Odom 3, Martina Stavinoha 3, Tiffani Shellenbarger 1, Mary Kate Krueger 7, Emery Johnson 8; Digs: Missy Odom 6, Tiffani Shellenbarger 10, Mary Kate Krueger 3, Emery Johnson 3.
 
Overall Record 10-7
Tue
03
Sep

Gobblers rally inches short, Cuero opens with 23-22 loss

 

Wharton vs. Cuero has become a unique contest in the last five years. A total of only eight points has separated the winners and losers in the last five games.
 
This year’s match-up was no different.
 
The Gobblers battled back from a 16-9 deficit going into the final half needing an extra point kick to tie the game with 30 seconds left in the game.
 
That PAT try hit the goal post giving the Tigers a 23-22 win over the Gobblers in their first contest of the season.
Wharton jumped on the Gobblers early at Tiger Stadium turning their first drive into a 27-yd. field goal.
 
By Glenn Rea
Editor & Publisher
 
Read more in this week's edition of the Record.
Tue
03
Sep

Cross county team takes third place in Apache Invitational

 

The Cuero Varsity Cross Country team started out the season taking third place at the Apache Invitational in Gonzales on Aug. 24.
 
Coach Donica Owens said, “This is an outstanding start to the year. [I am] extremely proud of these kiddos.” 
 
The varsity girls placed third out of  21 relay teams. The Cuero team included Jocee Bennett, Dixie Blackwell, and Alex Villafranca. The girls ran a relay of 6 miles and finished in a time of 36:11.  
 
Read more in this week's edition of the Record.
Tue
03
Sep

Wildcats win with last second TD over Indians

 

Quarterback Jacob Garcia did more than the running option in Friday’s night game against last year’s semi-finalists Hallettsville’s Sacred Heart. 
 
Without running back Logan Romans to carry the ball after an injury in the second quarter the team played as one as they snatched the game from Sacred Heart in the last two seconds of the game, winning 28-22.
 
No one could have predicted the out come of the game. In the opening kick-off Sacred Heart received the ball on their own 20-yard line and ran for an 80-yard touchdown. 
 
The Wildcats answered back with several runs. Romans was given the ball for a 3-yard touchdown. The Wildcats opted for the two point conversion with success. Yorktown took the lead 8-6.
 
 
Tue
03
Sep

Nordheim Lady Pirates declaw Waelder Wildcats

 

The Lady Pirates played Waelder away on Aug. 27 and came home with a win in four. Following are the results of the game:
 
Varsity vs Waelder
Game 1: Nordheim 25-Waelder 7
Game 2: Nordheim 14-Waelder 25
Game 3: Nordheim 25-Waelder 9
Game 4: Nordheim 25-Waelder 10
 

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