Sports

Tue
25
Apr

Gobbler track team area champions second straight year

For the second straight year, the Gobbler boys track team are area champions. Cuero notched 121 points to outscore the Devine Warhorses (105), thanks in no small part to the Gobblers’ relay performances. Cuero won the 400 meter and 800 meter relay and came in second in the mile relay.

 

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Tue
25
Apr

Lady Gobblers finish second in district

Regan Dunn made sure to do her part in giving the Lady Gobbler seniors a win in their final home game. Dunn was masterful in the circle, notching a no-hitter in Cuero’s final district game, 6-0, against Pleasanton. She also struck out 17 batters.

Strong pitching performances from Dunn and Maegan Pakebusch stood out during district competition.

“We pitched very well,” head coach Cody Miller said. “I kinda know what I’m gonna get out of Regan on a day-in-day-out basis, and Maegan Pakebusch even picked up a win during that time. That’s a big thing going into the playoffs.”

 

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Tue
18
Apr

Gobbler District golf

Cuero High School’s boys and girls golf team competed at the District tournament April 11-12 at River Bend Golf Club in Floresville. The Lady Gobblers placed second as a team with a two-day total of 764 and are advancing to regionals. Abby Bridges was the district champion. Jocelyn Villafranca finished fourth overall. The Gobbler boys A team placed fifth with a team score of 797, and the B team placed seventh with a team score of 910. Following are the complete individual results for CHS:

 

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Tue
11
Apr

The First National Bank of Beeville donates scoreboard

The First National Bank of Beeville recently presented the Yorktown Little League with a new scoreboard for the Yorktown Little League field. The scoreboard was recently installed and will be greatly appreciated when lit up at games, helping to keep score for Yorktownʼs little sluggers. Pictured with Martha Garcia, representing The First National Bank of Beeville, are Yorktown Little League members, players, parents, and well-wishers.

 

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Tue
11
Apr

Cuero RUNS AWAY with District Track Championship

Cuero High School ran away with the District 30-4A track and field championship at the varsity boys’ and girls’ levels. The varsity boys totaled 228.5 points and were followed by Poteet (124), Somerset (97), Beeville (77) and Pleasanton (76.5). The varsity girls also captured a sizeable victory with 202 points. They were followed by Poteet (151), Pleasanton (150), Somerset (53) and Beeville (50).

Cuero’s JV boys narrowly defeated Beeville by six points, 207 to 201. The JV girls won with 272 points, 73 more than Somerset.

Following are the results for CHS athletes. The top four varsity finishers in each event will advance to the area meet to be held April 19 in Poteet.

 

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Tue
04
Apr

District track & field schedule

Cuero High School will host the District 30-AAAA Track and Field meet Wednesday, April 5 and Thursday, April 6. Following is the schedule of events:

Wednesday, April 5

8 a.m. –– Weigh-in implements (Weight Room)

8:15 a.m. – Coaches and Officials Meeting/Scratch deadline (Cafeteria)

9 a.m. - 3200 meter run (final) JVG, JVB, VG, VB

9 a.m. – Long Jump – VB

Triple Jump – VG

Pole Vault – JVG

High Jump – JVG

Discus – JVB

Shot Put – JVG

10:30 a.m. – Long Jump – JVB

Triple Jump – JVG

Pole Vault – VG

High Jump – VB

Discus – VB

Shot Put – VG

12-1 p.m.: Lunch Break

1 p.m. – Long Jump – VG

Triple Jump – VB

Pole Vault – VB

High Jump – JVB

Discus – VG

Shot Put – JVB

2:30 p.m. – Long Jump – JVG

Triple Jump – JVB

Pole Vault – JVB

High Jump – VG

Discus – JVG

Shot Put – VB

Tue
04
Apr

Regan Dunn stellar in the circle, Lady Gobblers fall to Beeville

Strikeouts and missed opportunities filled the Lady Gobbler’s 13-inning, 1-0 defeat to district-foe Beeville on March 28. A pitcher’s duel does not do the evening justice as Cuero’s Regan Dunn and Beeville’s Aaliyah Ruiz were masterful throughout the game.

“You cannot question the effort that was out on the softball field by either team,” head Coach Cody Miller said following the three and a half hour game. “It was a battle for 13 innings, the longest game I’ve even been involved in as a head coach. They got one big hit, and we weren’t able to make the play. That’s just the way the game is.”

Cuero will face Beeville again April 13 and most likely have another shot at their ace pitcher.

 

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Tue
28
Mar

Gamez makes commitment official

Autumn Gamez concluded her high school volleyball career with a trip to the regional quarterfinals, but there are still more kills and aces to be attained in her future. The soon-to-be Lady Gobbler graduate will continue her volleyball career in college at Sul Ross State University in Alpine.

During her time in Cuero, Gamez notched 527 kills, 187 blocks, 53 assists, 420 digs and 57 aces. Beyond the numbers, though, her passion to play always resonated within the Lady Gobbler volleyball program.

“She means everything to us,” varsity volleyball coach Whitney Coles stated as she held back tears at Gamez’s signing. “There’s nobody else that has the kind of fight and tenacity she has. She’ll run through a wall if you ask her to. She’s played literally every position. She’s selfless and does whatever she’s asked, and that’s gonna be very hard to replace.”

 

Tue
14
Mar

Wildcats take first at Flatonia

The Yorktown Wildcats golf team attended the Flatonia Golf Tournament, taking first place. The team consisted of Wyatt Koricanek, Waylon Gonzales, Reagan Billings and Dylan Sinast. Coming home with medals were Wyatt Koricanek, 2nd; Colby Gee, 5th; Luke Romans, 6th; and Tanner Koricanek, 10th. Pictured, from left: Luke Romans, Wyatt Koricanek, Reagan Billings, Tanner Koricanek, Dylan Sinast, Waylon Gonzales, Colby Gee and Brian Metting.

 

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Tue
14
Mar

Gobblers blank Panthers behind combined no-hitter

Jared Barta, Jeremiah Diaz and Payton Walk combined for a no-hitter in the Gobblers’ 7-0 win over Aransas Pass Tuesday, March 7. Barta earned the win, only allowing two walks in his four innings while striking out two Panther batters.

“They throw strikes,” coach Phil Schwarz said of his pitchers. “The one thing that’s been consistent all year is our pitching. We got about seven guys that can throw strikes and let the defense work. That’s one of the biggest strengths of our team.”

Senior second baseman Blake Grahmann went two for two at the plate with a double, a walk and two runs scored.

 

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