Sports

Tue
05
Mar

Wildcats host track meet

 

Yorktown had their first practice track meet on Feb. 28 at home against Kenedy and Sweeny.
Read results in this week's edition of the News-View.
Tue
05
Mar

Lady Gobblers play strong at 12-3

 

On Feb. 26 the Lady Gobblers took on the Shiner Comanches, currently ranked 19 in the state for the class 1A,  at home. The Gobblers were defeated 8-4 making this their third loss for the season.
Chelsea Veit went 2 for 4 with three RBI’s and one run. Ashley Grahmann went 2 for 2 with three RBI’s , four stolen bases, one triple and two runs.
Read more in this week's edition of the Record.
 
Tue
05
Mar

Gobblers met with last inning losses in Comal

 

The Gobblers had a tough weekend of baseball at the Comal Tournament. Though the record indicated a 1-3, the losses resulted in the last innings of the games.
On March 1, Cuero played St. Stephens at the NB LL Loop Field in their first round. Cuero had the lead in the fifth inning, 7-2. However, St. Stephens scored six runs in the sixth for the win, 8-7.
Read more in this week's edition of the Record.
Tue
05
Mar

Girls golf team takes second

 

No one took into account that the winds would be making a showing at the El Campo Country Club on Feb. 25. However it did not stop the Cuero girls golf team from taking second place. 
“With wind out of control it was a tough day for us on the links,” said Coach Colin Toot.  “The girls fought through the rain and high winds to finish a round of 420.”
Read more in this week's edition of the Record.
Tue
05
Mar

Gobblers baseball team beats Edna

 

The Gobblers traveled to face the Edna Cowboys in a non-league baseball game Feb. 26. The Cowboys were  trampled 15-2.
Cuero gave no base on balls but they were given plenty themselves with 10 walks.
The Cowboys had 19 at bats and were only allowed 5 hits.
Dustin Ohrt went 2 for 3 with a double and a single. He had two RBI’s and two runs.
The Gobblers will be playing at the Victoria Tournament Match 7-9 at Victoria Riverside beginning at 4 p.m.
Wed
27
Feb

Gobblers shut out Kenedy

 

The Cuero baseball team had a successful tournament at the Gobbler Classic going 3-1. This puts the Gobblers overall record to 4-1 for preseason.
Coach Phil Schwarz said that he was pleased with the 4-1 start but that there was still a lot of work to be done.
Read more in this week's edition of the Record.
Wed
27
Feb

Lady Gobblers win three tournament games

 

During the opening of the Cuero Tournament on Feb. 21, the Lady Gobblers faced Refugio Bobcats with a loss of 15-3. 
In their second tournament match they played  the Bay City Black Cats stepping up their game with a win 9-3.
Read more in this week's edition of the Record.
Wed
27
Feb

Kitty Kats comeback win over Bobcats

 

Yorktown Lady Wildcats played the Bloomington Bobcats at home on Feb. 19 for a dramatic comeback in the last inning winning 5-4.
The Kat softball team was down by one  run going into their last at bat in the bottom of the 7th inning. Ashley Fitts executed a two out squeeze bunt that scored Caitlin Seifert to tie the game. Ashley then stole second base. Reagan Cunningham delivered the game winning hit to right-field scoring Fitts with the decisive run.
Read more in this week's edition of the Record.
Wed
27
Feb

Lady Pirates receive all district honors

Members of the 2012-13 Nordheim Lady Pirate Girls Basketball Team making the All-District Team are: Junior Alyssa Leister (back row), receiving Co-Offensive Player of the Year; in the front row (left )  Senior Chelsea Pargmann, receiving Second Team All-District; and, Freshmen Stormi Farmer, receiving First Team All-District honors.

Wed
27
Feb

Cats drop play-off game to Woodsboro

 

On Feb. 22 the Yorktown Wildcats fell short on their quest for Area Championship losing to Woodsboro by a score of 63 - 43.
The Wildcats played hard and hung tough for most of their game until foul trouble put them at a disadvantage against the 6'5 and the 6'4  post players from Woodsboro.  
Late in the game, Yorktown's big guys were on the bench from all the fouls allowing the Eagles to start to take control of the boards and the game. 
Wildcats end the season as District Champs, Bi-district champs and Area finalists. 

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