Sports

Tue
11
Nov

Gobblers score quickly in Jourdanton game

 

If you want to be district champs, Cuero’s Gobblers gave a play-book description Friday night. 
 
Hosting the Jourdanton Indians for the final district game, Cuero took a 54-13 win to post a 8-2 season, 3-1 district.
 
Senior Triston Barefield set the stage taking the Indian kick-off and clicking off a 60 yards return. It set up a four play 21 yd. TD drive just three minutes deep in the game. 
 
Running-back D’Anthony Hopkins who had almost 300 yards rushing in the game and his brother Zech Hopkins handled the ball on those four downs to get the first TD. Ce’sar Montejano booted his first of six extra points on the night.
 
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Fri
07
Nov

Yorktown looks to secure second seed

 

Wed
05
Nov
Tue
04
Nov

Gobblers roll over Mustangs

 

Tue
04
Nov

Gobblers to face new opponent Friday

 

The Cuero Gobblers (7-2 overall, 2-1 district) will play district game against the Jourdanton Indians (5-4, 0-3) on Nov. 7 at Gobbler Stadium. These two teams have never faced one another.
 
The Indians have a roster of 47 players: 22 seniors, 11 juniors and 13 sophomores. Leading the tribe is first year coach Darrell Andrus. Much may be expected of him after last year’s run when Jourdanton went to area finals.
 
The Indians came into district games with a 5-1 record. For Andrus, he knew what was in front of him as he said in an interview with Chris Filoteo of the Pleasanton Express, “... Coming from the level Jourdanton was at last year it will be difficult. [...] The number one issue is we need to play physical football.”
 
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Tue
04
Nov

Cross country girls place 12th in region meet

 

The Cuero Cross Country girls team returned to the Region IV Cross Country meet held at the National Shooting Complex for the second year and finished 12th, four places better than last year.
 
Finishing in the top 100 were Jocee Bennett who placed 28th with personal best time of 12:44.7; Dixie Blackwell came in 44th with a time of 12:58.5; Alexandra Villafranca placed 63rd with a time of 13:17.4; and Audrey Moreno placed 93rd with a time of 13:37.7.
 
Bennett missed going to state by two placements. 
 
In the boy’s individual competition Ben Villereal came in 72 with a time of 17:59.8.
 
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Tue
04
Nov

Freshman Gobblers win Ingleside game

 

The Gobbler Freshman Green team took Ingleside by storm last Thursday with a score of 36-16.
 
Cuero coach Philip Schwarz commented that it was a total team effort.
 
The first quarter the Green team scored two touchdowns. Cole Toller scored on a 42-yard touchdown from QB Drew Riemenschnider. The 2-point conversion attempt was no good. The second touchdown came from Johnny Whitehead when Riemenschnider threw a 35 yard pass. A 2-point conversion attempt was made with a screen pass to Cole Payne. The Gobblers were up 14-0.
 
In the second quarter Jaden Williams ran for a 22-yard touchdown. Riemenschnider ran a QB keeper for the 2-point conversion ending the half 22-0.
 
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Tue
04
Nov

Wildcats swat Yellowjackets 39-9

 

Yorktown’s Wildcats raced back into the winning columns Friday with a 39-9 decision over Runge’s Yellowjackets.
 
Playing in front Wildcat fans, Yorktown improved its record to 6-3 for the season and 2-1 in district.
 
Although the Jackets struck first scoring on a 5 yd. run midway through the first quarter, the Cats responded with their own drive that resulted in a TD to tie. The Cats first points came on a run by junior Milam Eckhardt from 10 yds. out.
 
From that point, it became Yorktown’s game. 
 
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Tue
04
Nov

Kats go undefeated 14-0

 

The Yorktown Kitty Kats ended district undefeated 14-0 after defeating Pettus in three: 25-9, 25-21, 25-6.
 
Yorktown coach Dierdre Alexander said, “Toward the end of the preseason we started playing solid ball so it was not too far of a stretch to believe a fifth championship might be within our grasp. I have to give the team a lot of credit for the amount of improvement they made over the course of the season.”
 
Junior Emily Gwosdz did not come out in familiar fashion. Nearly every ball she hit was a hard kill shot rather than the tip. 
 
“Tonight I though Gwosdz had a good game offensively,” Alexander said.
 
 
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Tue
04
Nov

Undefeated district champs

Kaylee Dueser and Emily Gwosdz put up a big front wall to force Pettus to go around during the last district game at home. Yorktown won in three with an undefeated district record of 14-0. The Kitty Kats had a bye for the bi-district round and will play later this week for the area title. Photo by Tim O’Malley/Yorktown News-View

 

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