Sports

Tue
15
Apr

Four hopefuls advance to regional qualifier meet

 

The Yorktown varsity track teams attended and competed at the 1A Region IV District 29 & 30 Area track meet hosted by Kenedy on April 9.
 
Yorktown’s Sam Niemeier threw her personal best this year in the shot put and discuss qualifying her to go to the regional qualifier in both events.
 
Three varsity boys, Brandon Smith, John Weischwill, and Milam Eckhardt, advanced to regional qualifier to compete in three events.
 
Other notable mention are the varsity boy’s 1600m relay team. They improved their time by 23 seconds. Caleb Schendel had a split time of 51 seconds.
 
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Tue
15
Apr

YHS athletes advance in track

Yorktown Wildcat Milam Eckhardt qualified to advance to the regional track meet in pole vault. Four members of the YHS track teams will compete at the regional level after placing at the area meet in Kenedy. News-View photo.

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Tue
15
Apr

CHS varsity boys track team places 4th in district meet

 

The Cuero boy’s varsity track team competed at the District 26-3A meet held April 9 and 10 in Yoakum and placed 4th. Ten boys will move on to area meet to compete in nine events. 
 
Following are the boy’s results of the district meet. The top four places advance to area meet.
 
1. Giddings, 200; 2. Yoakum, 141; 3. La Grange, 109; 4. Cuero, 87; 5. Gonzales, 55; 6. Smithville, 11.
 
Shot put - 2. D’Anthony Hopkins, 45-11.25. 
 
Triple jump - 3. Kamron Mathis, 43-5.
 
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Tue
15
Apr

Lady Gobblers beat Yoakum in 8 innings

 

Yoakum outhit the Lady Gobblers 12-9 but the Lady Gobblers outplayed Yoakum, winning the game in eight innings, 10-9.
 
Cuero softball head coach Jody Price said, “Our plan the whole game, and the only goal, was to stay up and play a full game. [The girls] try to play the whole game at one time. Yesterday, at practice, I told them to play one inning. Play every pitch, every ball at one time. They executed perfectly focusing in and let it go.”
 
Yoakum came out in the first inning scoring two runs. The Lady Gobblers answered back scoring three. Innings two and three each team played solid defense. Neither team scored. In the top of the fourth inning Yoakum managed to put two more runs up on the board taking the lead.
 
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Tue
15
Apr

Cuero, Yoakum pitchers battle until the end

 

The Cuero Gobblers battled for eight innings against Yoakum before falling to the Bulldogs 0–3 at home on April 11.
 
Yoakum tried to get a lead early in the game. On top of the second inning with two outs and a runner on third, Yoakum hit a hard bouncer up second base. D’Mond Lafond snatched the ball out of the air and made a bee-line throw to catcher Reed Schiffbauer to tag the runner trying to score at home plate.
 
At the bottom of the fourth inning Cuero tried to make their move. Clint Davis lined out to right field. 
 
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Tue
15
Apr

CHS tennis season ends

 

The Cuero tennis team traveled to Bastrop to compete in the District 26-3A games on April 2 and 3. Results are as follows.
 
Boys singles
Donovan Cardenas advanced to the quarterfinal round on a bye. At quarterfinal round Cardenas lost to Micah Jackson of Giddings 6–9; 6–4. 
 
Girls singles
Olivia Muschalek defeated Kacie Gibbons of Yoakum 7–5; 6–1 to advance to quarterfinal round. At quarterfinal round Muschalek lost to Anna Remlinger of Smithville 6–4; 7–5.
 
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Tue
15
Apr

CHS golf teams medal in Victoria

 

The Cuero High School boys’ and girls’ golf teams competed at the 3A District 26  tournament held at Riverside Park in Victoria on April 7-8. Both teams came home with medals.
 
During the first round, with the weather cooler and misty, the Lady Gobblers shot a 411. They were in second place by one stroke over Gonzales. 
 
On the second day the winds picked up considerably. 
 
Cuero golf coach Scott Spanton said, “The girls really stepped up and played well despite the strong winds. It was good to see as it helped to separate the gap from Gonzales and close the gap on Yoakum.” 
 
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Tue
15
Apr

CHS boys, girls JV track teams place 4th

The Cuero High School JV track team competed at the District 26-3A track meet in Yoakum on April 9.

Both the girls and boys took fourth place. Following are the results of those who placed.
 
JV boys
 
Team results – 1. Smithville, 173; 2. Giddings, 122; 3. Yoakum, 109; 4. Cuero, 99; 5. La Grange 45; 6. Gonzales, 34.
 
100m dash – 6. Zech Hopkins, 12.08.
 
200m dash – 4. Eric Pena, 24.38; 5. Joey Kent, 25.03.
 
400m dash – 1. Travis Zavesky, 55.76.
 
1600m run – 3. Ben Villareal, 5:27.81.
 
3200m run – 2. Ben Villareal, 12:28.43.
 
110m hurdles – 3. Travis Young, 17.99.
 
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Wed
09
Apr

Williams participates in Boston Marathon

Tiajuana Williams, a 1990 graduate of Cuero High School and resident of Abilene, will participate in the Boston Marathon this year. Williams qualified for the marathon last year but did not participate. Williams ran her first marathon in 2000 and has run a total of six marathons. Tiajuana is shown at the far right with her husband Rodney Williams and daughters Chasity Williams and Kariesha Williams. They will attend the event as spectators. Tiajuana’s mother, Linda Mathis of Cuero, will also attend. Contributed photo.

Tue
08
Apr

Eagle Ford Oilman's Two Man Championship scheduled April 26, 27

 

Cuero Municipal Golf Course and Independence Park Golf Course have teamed up to sponsor the Eagle Ford Oilman’s Two Man Championship that will be held at 8:30 a.m. April 26 and 27.
 
The format is lowball on the first day with a scramble on the second day. Half of flights will begin at one course and will finish at the next course the following day.
 
Entry fee is $100 per team. The fee includes tournament prizes of cash and merchandise. Prizes will be paid at the course the team finishes at. Refreshments will be available.
 
The cost of a gold sponsorship is $500, silver sponsorship is $300and bronze sponsorship is $100.
 
Registration and entries fees may be completed and paid at either golf course pro shop. For more information contact Independence Park Golf Course at 830-672-1324 or Cuero Municipal Golf Course at 361-275-3233.

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