Sports

Tue
08
Apr

Lady Gobblers lose home game against #1 La Grange team

 

The game may have been lost before it ever started for the Lady Gobblers on April 4 when leading district team La Grange entered the field. The La Grange team is ranked #1 in the state by the Texas Girls Coaches Association. Cuero trainer Chris Warren overheard the girls say earlier in the week that they were going to lose.
 
After six innings the Lady Gobblers fulfilled their own prophecy losing 0-19 with zero hits and nine errors.
 
Earlier in the season Cuero softball coach Jody Price said, “They are all very level headed kids. They know when they do right and when they do wrong. It is in all what they believe.”
 
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Tue
08
Apr

Gobblers lose April 4 La Grange game in last inning

 

The Cuero Gobblers held La Grange at the April 4 home game for six full innings without a flaw but fell.
 
The Gobblers took an early lead at the bottom of the second 1–0. Cuero kept La Grange down with only one hit until the top of the seventh.
 
La Grange started off with a hard grounder to short stop. The next two batters bunted and reached base on errors allowing the first base runner to score. With runners on second and third and the score tied, Austin Johnson struck out the next batter for the first out.
 
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Tue
08
Apr

Yorktown hopefuls advance to area track meet

 

Yorktown’s Sam Niemeier fell short of her personal best in the shot put by five inches but still took first place by 5 foot 3 1⁄2 inches during the 1A Region IV District 30 track meet hosted by Yorktown on April 2.
 
The Yorktown varsity girls placed fourth and the varsity boys placed third overall. Seven varsity girls and nine varsity boys advanced to area.
 
Following are the results of those who placed. The top four places will advance to area meet held in Kennedy April 9.
 
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Tue
01
Apr

CHS boys golf team competes in El Campo

 

The Cuero boys golf team were one of thirteen teams that competed at the El Campo Golf Invitational on March 24. The Cuero team placed ninth with an overall score of 400.
 
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Tue
01
Apr

Cuero varsity boys, girls track teams take championships at Karnes City

 

The Cuero varsity track team traveled to Karnes City to compete in the Badger Relays on March 29.
 
Both the girls and boys took championship with several athletes making a good margin of improvement.
 
Alex Villafranca improved her best time in the 800m run by .32 seconds.
 
Ally Lott improved her 11m hurdles run time by 1.12 seconds. 
 
Mariah Rodriguez improved her 300m hurdle run by 1.67 seconds.
 
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Tue
01
Apr

Gobblers baseball team 4-0 in district

 

The Cuero Gobblers did not allow many pitches into the Smithville catcher’s mitt on March 25 at home. Only five Gobblers struck out for the entire seven innings and little could stop their rally in the second inning. With seven singles, one double and two walks the Gobblers scored nine runs and held Smithville scoreless for the 9-0 win.
 
Austin Johnson pitched the last six innings for the win allowing only three hits. He struck out 10 batters while the Gobblers took care of business in the field. Johnson is currently 2-0 for district and 4-2 overall allowing 7 hits, 3 BB, and 22 strikeouts.
 
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Tue
01
Apr

Lady Gobblers softball team tied for 2nd in district

 

The Lady Gobblers took Gonzales by surprise in Apache territory March 28 by a score of 9-0.
 
Cuero High School softball coach Jody Price said, “This is the best game we’ve played all year. We executed a full seven innings defensively and offensively. We finally ‘leveled out,’ so to speak.”
 
Audrey Simpson was the winning pitcher with 11 strike outs, 1 walk, and one hit by pitch.
 
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Tue
01
Apr

Cardenas takes second in Hallettsville tournament

 

The Cuero tennis team went to the Hallettsville Tournament on March 28. Results are as follows.
 
Varsity Mixed Doubles
Mia Knetig and Ethan Etlinger took fourth place.
Gonzales defeated Knetig/Etlinger 8-6
Knetig/Etlinger (Cuero) defeated Hurt/Leist (Yoakum) 6-5 (7-5)
Knetig/Etlinger (Cuero) defeated Carmona/Garza (Yoakum) 6-3
 
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Tue
01
Apr

KC Badgers Relay results

 

Yorktown and Nordheim traveled to Karnes City to compete at the KC Badger Relays on March 29. 
 
Alyssa Leister, of Nordheim, ran her second fastest time in the 400m dash  and her personal best in the 200m dash breaking the school record in both events. 
 
Shelby Franke improved by a whole foot in the pole vault event.
 
District meet will be held in Yorktown on April 2 beginning at 9 a.m..
 
Following are the results of those who placed.
 
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Tue
01
Apr

Kitty Kats take two losses back to back

 

The Kitty Kats had two hard losses this past week against Woodsboro, 2-13 and Three Rivers, 0-10.
 
While playing Woodsboro, according to Yorktown softball coach Micheal Blaschke, the Kats were trailing 1-3. In the fourth inning, the Kats imploded with 12 errors allowing 10 unearned runs.
 
Sam Niemeier went 1 for 1 with a triple and 1 RBI. Laycee Guerrero and Reagan Cunningham each had 1 hit.
 
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