Sports

Tue
02
Sep

Cuero plays at Gonzales Friday

 

Tue
02
Sep

Lady Pirates defeat Prairie Lea Arrows in 5

 

The Nordheim took it to another level after defeating Prairie Lea in five games at home on Aug. 26.
 
It was a trade off of games between the Lady Pirates and the Arrows. 
 
Nordheim 25 - Prairie Lea 18
Nordheim 19 - Prairie Lea 25
Nordheim 25 - Prairie Lea 14
Nordheim 18 - Prairie Lea 25
Nordheim 15 - Prairie Lea 12
 
Nordheim coach Randy Castillo said, “Defensively we had an overall good ‘on point’ game from both the back row and front. We are doing a better job of timing the blocks and the back row is starting to find the angles better.”
 
Nordheim will face Prairie Lea on Indian territory on Sept. 5. The game will begin at 5 p.m. First district game will be at home against the Refugio Lady Cats on Sept. 9 at 5 p.m.
 
Nordheim preseason record: 3-2
Tue
02
Sep

Kitty Kats fight to win in 5

 

It was a battle between the Yorktown Kitty Kats and the St. Paul Lady Cardinals as both teams played in Shiner Aug. 29. Each team exchanged wins forced to play five rounds before it was determined who will take home the win. 
 
Yorktown lost the first game 20-25.
 
Yorktown coach Deirdre Alexander said, “We struggled on serving in one rotation and they got ahead.”
 
Game two Yorktown won 25-20.
 
Read more in this week's edition of Yorktown News-View.
Tue
02
Sep

Yorktown Wildcats vs Leakey Eagles

 

The Yorktown Wildcats (0-1) will face the Leakey Eagles (1-0) in La Vernia on Thursday, Sept. 4. This will be the first time these two teams will face one another.
 
Yorktown is coming in with a lost against Shiner St. Paul with a score of 35-14. Leakey is coming in with a win against Brooks Academy of Science and Engineering with a score of 38-0.
 
Leakey was in the District 15-1A DII with a 2-7/2-3 record last year. The Eagles took four losses in the beginning of the season before taking their first win. They ended the season winning their last two games against Medina and Rocksprings.
 
Read more in this week's edition of Yorktown News-View.
Tue
02
Sep

Wildcats lose first preseason game

 

Thu
28
Aug

Lady Gobblers bring in the heat over Industrial

 

Tue
26
Aug

JV boys place 3rd in Gonzales

 

Tue
26
Aug

Gobblers face Wharton Tigers Friday

The Cuero Gobblers (District 15-4A) will face Wharton (District 12-4A) in what has been a one point win in the last four face-offs. 
 
The Gobblers have defeated the Tigers 3-1; 56-55 in 2004, 29-28- in 2005, 20-19 in 2012, and 22-23 in 2013. Both teams have something to prove going into the season and neither team is willing to give in.
 
According to the Dave Campbell’s 2014 Texas Football preview, Cuero was picked to come in 2nd in District 15. RB D’Anthony Hopkins was described as a “nightmare for the opposing defense” who “loves to punish defenders.”
 
Wharton is predicted to come in first in District 12. Returning stats leaders are QB Joseph Krenek and receiver Dontay Bell. Preseason Defensive MVP was DB Ashton Branch.
 
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Tue
26
Aug

Yorktown Wildcats prepare to take on Shiner St. Paul Cardinals

 

In the last four years the Yorktown Wildcats have yet to defeat the Shiner St. Paul Cardinals. But there may be a new revelation. Yorktown has revamped their program “all things new.” Yorktown’s three of four returning starting seniors find themselves playing new positions because of personnel and what they had to do to be successful. At the close of the season last year the Wildcats went through a rigorous exercise program after school and early morning that continued through the summer. The team is anxious to see the fruit of their hard work. 
 
Yorktown will play St. Paul away in Shiner on Aug. 29. 
 
Read more in this week's edition of Yorktown News-View.
Tue
26
Aug

Lady Pirates are champs

 

After a slow beginning during the Pettus tournament the Nordheim Lady Pirates came back with a sweep winning the championship at the Nordheim tournament held on Aug. 22.
 
Nordheim coach Randy Castillo said, “After pool play we had enough wins to get the #1 seed in our pool.”
 
The first bracket match was against Prairie Lea. The Lady Pirates won in two games, 26-24, 25-16. This put the Lady Pirates to play against Austwell-Tivoli for championship match. 
 
Nordheim won in two games claiming the title of champions. The score was 25-21, 25-16.
 
“Overall, I thought ...
 
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