Sports

Tue
04
Mar

Gobblers take baseball win from Edna

 

It did not start so well for the Gobblers but as Shakepeare said, “All’s well that ends well,” at least for Cuero as they defeated Edna 9-2  on Feb. 25 at home.
 
While in the bull pen D’Mond Lafond was warming up and looked good with his pitches. However, during the first inning Lafond struggled, walking four of the seven batters, giving up two runs. Edna had the lead 2-0.
 
Going into the second inning Corbin Goebel replaced Lafond to finish the game. Goebel pitched three innings allowing one hit, walked one, and struck out four batters. 
 
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Tue
04
Mar

Lady Gobblers take 2nd place at Cowboy Relays

 

The Lady Gobblers track team took second place at the Cowboy Relays in Edna Feb. 20.
 
Lady Gobblers' track coach Donica Owens said, “We are off to a great start.”
 
Results of the meet are as follows. Jessica Odom placed 2nd in the Long Jump and Daja Williams placed 6th in the event. Leah Whittington placed 5th in Discus. Daja Williams placed 3rd in Triple Jump.
 
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Tue
04
Mar

Lady Gobblers compete as a team at Stampede Tournament

 

The Lady Gobblers golf team competed as a team for the first time at the Stampede Tournament at River Crossing on Feb. 24.
 
Cuero coach Scott Spanton said, “This was their first tournament and I am looking forward to seeing [Mary Kate Krueger and Chelsea Veit] continue to improve with more practice and as their tournament experience grows.
 
Mary Kate Krueger led the way recording an 18 hole score of 101 and Chelsea Veit a 103. Abby Bridges shot a 124 and Jocelyn Villanfranca a 126 for a team total of 456.  
 
The girls compete at the Wimberley Texan Invitational at Quick Sand Golf Course on March 4.
 
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Tue
04
Mar

7 Lady Gobblers receive all-district basketball honors

Texas Girls Coaches Association District 26-3A All-District Girls Basketball honors were announced.
 
Freshman Martina Stavinoha was named Newcomer of the Year; junior Missy Odom received first team honors; junior Chelsea Veit received second team honors; sophomore Mary Kate Krueger, senior Emmarie Johnson and junior Jaslynn Mathis received honorable mention recognition. 
 
Johnson, Stavinoha, Veit and junior Summer Choate received academic recognition.
 
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Tue
04
Mar

CHS powerlifters end season in Victoria

 

The Cuero Gobblers powerlifting team ended their season after competing at the Victoria West Powerlifting Invitational in Victoria on Feb. 22. The Gobblers placed 16th out of 23 teams. 
 
Jarius Eldridge competed in the 148 weight class and improved his total lift by 80 pounds. Results: Squat 370, bench press 180, dead lift 325 for a total lift of 875 pounds. Eldridge finished 19 in region ranking.
 
Aiden Pompa, 148 weight class, made his first appearance. Results: Squat 295, bench press 170, and bombed out on the dead lift.
 
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Tue
04
Mar

Cuero JV Tennis Team competes in Goliad

 

The Cuero JV tennis team traveled to Goliad to compete in the Goliad Tournament on Feb. 28. Following are the results of that tournament.
 
Boys Singles
Logan Neitch (Cuero) defeated Dylan Garza (Runge) 8-2.
Quaterfinals: Neitch (Cuero) defeated Mark Harkrider (Smithville) 8-6.
Semi-Finals: Neitch (Cuero) lost to Jacob Humphrey (Smithville) 4-8.
3rd Place: Neitch (Cuero) defeated Caleb Ferry (Yoakum) 8-6.
 
Boys Doubles
Tyler Buchhorn and Ben Villarreall (Cuero) placed 4th.
 
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Tue
04
Mar

Wildcats working on bringing it home

 

The preseason for Yorktown baseball seems hopeful to Yorktown head baseball coach Justin Havard after last years season of 0-10 in district and 2-15 overall.
 
“We have been playing good fundamental baseball and finding ways to get outs,” Havard said.
 
That is until they faced Three Rivers Feb. 25 away and Feb 27 at home. Havard called it, “a flashback from last season.”
 
At the Feb 25 game Yorktown lost 10-14. 
 
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Tue
04
Mar

Kats start district season 1-1

 

The Yorktown Kitty Kats softball team split their district opener games with a 1-1 record.
 
The Kitty Kats played against Falls City on Feb. 27 at home and won by a score of 13-1 in 4 1/2 innings.
 
Sam Niemeier went the distance on the mound with 7 strikeouts, 2 walks, 2 hits, no earned runs, and 4 runners left on base. Forty eight of 85 pitches thrown were strikes.
 
Alexis Kurtz shined defensively with five putouts, including a double play.
 
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Sat
01
Mar

2014 FFA royalty announced at ribbon cutting

2014 FFA royalty contestants are shown from left, FFA Queen Amanda Denson, daughter of Pam and Richard Ficklen; FFA Princess Miranda Armondo, daughter of Stacy and Andy Armondo; FFA Sweetheart Emily Haun, daughter of Monica Haun and Clay Haun; FFA Duchess McKenzie Bohach, daughter of Becky and Chad Bohach; FFA Duchess Leah Buske, daughter of Tanya and Shane Buske; FFA Duchess Sarah Wright, daughter of Shayla and Jed Densman. Cuero Record photo.

Tue
25
Feb

Hopkins commits to play football at UTSA

 

Cuero High School junior D’Anthony Hopkins has committed to sign with the University of Texas San Antonio when he begins college in 2015 after attending UTSA’s Junior Day event on Feb. 22.
 
Hopkins had 273 carries for 1,801 yards and scored 25 touchdowns  and helped the Gobblers go three rounds into playoffs in 2013.
 
He was selected first-team All-District 26-3A for running back and received All-State honorable mention recognition.
 
Hopkins will not be able to make his official commitment until national signing day in February 2015. 

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