Sports

Wed
29
Oct

Pregame football against Runge

 

Wed
29
Oct

Yorktown girls cross country team make history, district champions

 

The Yorktown varsity girls cross country team made history Oct. 20 in Three Rivers by becoming the first Yorktown girls cross country team to win a district championship. The top 10 individual runners plus the top three teams advanced to regionals. The team will be advancing to the Region 4 cross country championship meet hosted by UTSA in San Antonio on Saturday, Nov. 1. 
 
Competing for the Kats at the district meet were Annie Ochoa, 5th place medalist; Alexis Longoria, 6th place medalist; Jessica Garcia, 9th place medalist; Taylor Beckham, 11th place; Claire Robinson, 13th place; and Hunter Day, 15th place. The Kitty Kat team point total was 19 defeating Three Rivers (second place team) by 20 points.
 
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Tue
28
Oct

Gobblers play against Mustangs in Ingleside Friday

 

Tue
28
Oct

Gobblers lose first district game

 

Sometimes it's just not your night.
 
That is how Cuero’s Gobblers must of felt Friday night when they hosted Sinton’s Pirates for a district contest.
 
It was a long night for Cuero that saw Sinton head home with a 41-26 win. Both schools are now 1-1 in district.
 
There is little doubt that the Pirates earned the win but three miscues by the Gobblers resulted in 20 of the visitor’s 41 points. And then there were the penalties. 
 
In most of the statistical columns, the Gobblers had a pretty good game. Better than Sinton’s. Just not in points.
 
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Tue
28
Oct

Girls cross country team advances to regionals

 

The Cuero girls cross country team have gone the distance for the second year to qualify to regionals after placing third at the District 26 cross country meet in Seguin on Oct. 22.
 
Cuero coach Roberto Granados said, “The runners ran great. They were very motivated to have a show run and they succeeded.”
 
Girls varsity runners who medaled in the individual category are Jocee Bennett, 2nd, with a time of 12:46; Dixie Blackwell, 6th, with a time of 12:54; and Alexandra Villafranca, 9th, with a time of 13:26. Other team members joining them at regionals are Audrey Moreno, 14:16; Alexandra Lott, 15:23; Cassandra Rossett, 18:09; and Dana Mican, 18:21.
 
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Tue
28
Oct

Lady Gobblers closer to playoffs after winning Yoakum game

 

The Lady Gobblers are one game away from entering the playoffs after defeating school rival Yoakum in four games (19-25, 28-26, 25-15, 25-23).
 
Cuero coach Whitney Coles said, “We got comfortable after game three. I had to remind them that this was for playoffs and to finish.”
 
The timing could not be at a better time. Yoakum gave it all they had taking the lead 2-8 in game four. The Lady Gobblers had to dig deep to come back from the deficit. The game nearly went point-for-point.
 
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Thu
23
Oct

CYFL teams face opponents at Gobbler Stadium

Last week may have been a bye week for the Cuero High School Gobblers, but Gobbler Stadium still saw plenty of action over the weekend. 
 
The Cuero High School freshmen, sophomore, junior and senior girls played a powder puff football game on Oct. 17. 
 
On Oct. 18, the Crossroads Youth Football League participated in Stadium Day, in which the young athletes were given the opportunity to play their games at Gobbler Stadium. The CYFL Cuero Gobbler Freshman Team played the Gonzales Black Freshman Apaches, the CYFL Cuero Gobbler Sophomore Team played the Yoakum Sophomore Dawgs, the CYFL Cuero Gobbler Junior Team played the Yoakum Junior Dogs, and the CYFL Cuero Gobbler Senior Team played the Yoakum Senior Dawgs.
 
Thu
23
Oct

Gobblers anticipate balanced attack in Friday's Sinton game

 

The Cuero Gobblers (6-1 overall, 1-0 district) will battle against the Sinton Pirates (5-3, 1-1) on Oct. 24 in the Gobbler Stadium. This will be their eighth time playing each other. Cuero is 6-1 against Sinton losing to the Pirates last year during regional semifinals 26-19. 
 
Sinton, with a roster of 48 players, will have a plethora of wide receivers (20) and several running backs (6). It may explain the choice of offense (spread offense) they use. While the spread offense is more of the style to rely on the passing game, Sinton will use it to spread out the opponent’s defense in order to open up their running game. 
 
Cuero head coach Travis Reeve is aware that the Pirates “do a good job of having a balanced attack.”
 
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Thu
23
Oct

Montejano debuts as Gobbler kicker

 

Wed
22
Oct

Team Chaos wins CHS powderpuff game

 

Gobbler fans who showed up at the stadium on Oct. 17 didn’t witness the usual Gobbler game. Instead, a powder puff flag football game was held. 
 
Freshman and junior girls dressed in green and called themselves Bad Intentions and sophomore and senior girls, wearing white jerseys, were called Team Chaos. Several of the football players dressed as cheerleaders and supported both teams. 
 
Team Chaos won the game 14-7.
 
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