Sports

Tue
25
Feb

Nordheim return from Javelina Relays with 7 golds and 3 silvers

 

Nordheim Varsity 
1st place 100 meter dash  Williams, Dajia Nordheim 13.28
1st place 200 meter dash Leister, Alyssa Nordheim 27.48
2nd place 200 meter dash Williams, Dajia Nordheim 28.08
2nd palce Sprint relay  53.39 Eliza, Alyssa , Emily, and Dajia
1st place Long Jump  Leister, Alyssa Nordheim 17-04.00
6th place Long Jump Williams, Dajia Nordheim 15-00.75
 
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Tue
18
Feb

Lady Pirates finish season 12-13 with no regrets

 

The Nordheim Lady Pirates had bi-district win right up until the third period before losing the lead and the game to McMullen County, 37-41 on Feb. 10 in Beeville.
 
Nordheim coach Randy Castillo said, “It was a fun, exciting, great game. We have no regrets because we put it all on the floor.”
 
The game could have gone the other way by five during the fourth period.
 
“We missed nine straight free throws. Many of them bounced in and then out of the rim,” Castillo said. “The ball would not fall in for us.”
 
Though Castillo could not sleep after the game that night he was not disappointed.
 
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Tue
18
Feb

Wildcats finish season defeating Runge 61-46

 

Yorktown Wildcats played their last district game against the Runge Yellowjackets on Feb. 11 away with a solid win 61-46.
 
Yorktown coach Scott DeMarco said, “We played pretty well.”
 
Yorktown finished the season 5-5 in district 13-11 overall. 
Thu
13
Feb

Gobblers play Yoakum tonight for chance at playoffs

 

Wed
12
Feb

Lady Gobblers advance to area playoffs Friday

 

Tue
11
Feb

Kitty Kats end district 3-7

 

The Yorktown Kitty Kats played their last district game at home against the Three Rivers Lady Bulldogs. The Kitty Kats fell 32-52.
 
It was a shaky start in the first period as the Lady Bulldogs took a 2-14 lead. The Kitty Kats made some adjustments against Three Rivers’ offense and slowed down the pace for better scoring. The half ended with the Kats closing the gap 14-20.
 
Four minutes into play during the third period the Kats were behind by two, 19-21. Three Rivers started to press full court and half court. The Kats had difficulty making good passes causing many turnovers for the Lady Bulldogs to win 32-52.
 
The Kitty Kats ended the season 3-7 for district and 4-17 overall.
 
Tue
11
Feb

Mattox makes last basket before the buzzer

 

The Junior Varsity Kitty Kat basketball team ended their season at home hosting Three Rivers, coming out on the short end of a 29-43 score.
 
Stephanie Mattox led the Kats in scoring with 12 points including a buzzer beating 3-pointer near the end of the third period. Halle Martin tossed in 9 points, while Becca Mireles and Megan Guerrero added 4 points each. Caitlin Wilkinson provided some play making on offense with rebounding on defense to round out the effort of the 5 player team. 
 
The JV Kats ended their season 4-5 in district play with an overall mark of 7-8.
Tue
11
Feb

Lady Pirates have third seed in district playoffs

 

It was a four point game, 33-37 until the last five minutes before the Lady Pirates lost to Moulton 42-57 in their last district game of the season.
 
 Nordheim coach Randy Castillo said, “We had a great three quarters. In the fourth we had too many bad possessions of not taking care of the ball, not boxing out, and poor shot selection that led to our defeat.”
 
The Lady Pirates finished third in district and will face runner up district 32 Tilden for playoff round in Beeville, Feb. 10 at 6 p.m.
 
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Tue
11
Feb

Wildcats secure playoff round

 

The Yorktown Wildcats came to the reality that district playoffs may be something of the past after facing another loss  against the Three Rivers Bulldogs with a score of 59-71.
 
The Wildcats played at home Feb. 4 without Dos Torres who is known more for his defensive rebounds. However, it may have made little difference. Three Rivers simply out-hustled and outplayed the Wildcats offense. 
 
Steven Herrera went four for six in free throws and the team, overall, hit half of their free throw shots. The shooting from outside seems to be hurting the Wildcats but there was and overall improvement with 29 percent making the basket. Offensive rebounding of five with 72 field goal attempts is still a weakness that Yorktown coach Scott DeMarco is still trying to overcome.
 
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Fri
07
Feb

Gobblers host Giddings tonight, trying for playoffs

 

CHS Gobblers head basketball coach Clint Coles still has his eyes set on district playoffs.
 
“We still have it in front of us. We need to take care of business and win on Friday,” Coles said.
 
Cuero lost the Feb. 4 home game against La Grange, 52-84. 
 
“We are doing it right. We have no room for errors.” Coles said.
 
The Gobblers (1–7, 6–21) play Giddings (6–2, 21–8) at home Friday. The Gobblers will play at Yoakum Feb. 11.
 
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