Sports

Tue
26
Jan

CHS cheerleaders perform in Arlington

Last week, some of the Cuero High School cheerleaders traveled to Arlington to compete in UIL’s pilot spirit competition on Thursday, Jan. 14. One of the purposes of the pilot was to allow cheerleaders a chance to showcase their skills and be recognized for their leadership activities in schools. The competition followed the gameday format which included a timeout cheer, the fight song and a timeout dance. Cuero cheerleaders pictured are from left Allie Norris, Brealyn Brown, Elena Corpus, Paige Smith, Morgan Bures, Desalyn Eldridge, Kendall Van Slooten, Kaley Yancey (mascot), Kensly Ley, Keilie Bryan, Maraya Guzman, Michaela Berger and Kaleigh Patek. The cheer sponsor is Deborah Pedraza.
 
Contributed photo
Tue
26
Jan

2016 Lady Gobbler golf team

Cuero’s girls golf team returns several familiar faces for the 2016 season. First year head coach Wes Condra will lead the Lady Gobblers. Pictured from left are front row Alex Spears (JV), Alyssa Arroyo (JV), Marlee Schiffbauer (varsity), back row coach Wes Condra, Kerstyn Saenz (JV), senior Kaelen Sievers (varsity), senior Mary Kate Krueger (varsity) and junior Jocelyn Villafranca (varsity). Junior Abby Bridges (varsity) is not pictured.
 
The Cuero Record
Tue
26
Jan

2016 Gobbler golf schedule

Feb. 11–Republic GC (San Antonio Warren HS), girls, TBA
Feb. 12-13–Pleasanton CC (Pleasanton HS), boys, 8:30 a.m.
Feb. 17–District Preview-Riverbend (Floresville), girls/boys, 8:30 a.m.
Feb. 16–St. Joseph, JV/V, 5 /7 p.m.
Feb. 29–Wimberley (Wimberley HS), girls, 9 a.m.
March 1–Wimberley (Wimberley HS), boys, 9 a.m.
March 7–Edna GC (Edna HS), boys, 9 a.m.
March 11-12–Regional Preview-Oso Beach (Corpus), girls, TBA
March 21–Northcliffe Country Club (Randolph), girls, 8:30 a.m.
March 24–Northcliffe Country Club (Randolph), boys, 8:30 a.m.
March 28–District-Riverbend (Floresville), girls/boys, 8 a.m.
April 4–District-Riverbend (Floresville), girls/boys, 8 a.m.
April 11-12–Regionals-Oso GC (Corpus Christi), girls, 7 a.m.
April 11-12–Regionals-Lozano GC (Corpus Christi), boys, 7 a.m.
Tue
26
Jan

Little League camp scheduled for Feb. 7, 14

It is that time of year again, as baseball and softball season are nearly underway. The Cuero Little League season begins soon and with it will come a free camp for baseball and softball players, ages 6-12.
 
The clinic is designed for first time players, players moving up to an older division, experienced players wanting to improve their skill and first time coaches and parents to learn drills they can use on the field at home.
 
Players will learn hitting mechanics, fielding drills, base running and defensive situations.
 
The camp has two dates set for Feb. 7 and 14 at the Cuero Little League Park, weather permitting. Camp times include 6-8 year olds from 1 to 2 p.m., 9-10 year olds from 1 to 3 p.m. and 11-12 year olds from 3 to 5 p.m. Experienced 10 year olds are also welcome at the 3 to 5 p.m. session. The complex is located at 601 Martin Luther King Road.
 
Wed
20
Jan

Pirates win over the GTCA Lions 53-43

By Tim O’Malley
Yorktown News-View

The Nordheim Pirates basketball team won Friday’s home non-conference game against Grace Temple Christian Academy by a score of 53-43.

The Pirates took on an early lead in the first period 20-10. There was not member playing that was unable to score throwing off the Lion defense on who to put on the most pressure.

The Lions made an adjustment keeping the Pirates primarily out of the paint to even the score playing head-to-toe outscoring Nordheim 14-13 and ending the half with Nordheim ahead 33-24.

“We played alright,” said Nordheim coach Carlton Williams. “Rebounding, we had a little struggle.”

Wed
20
Jan

Yorktown Kitty Kats open district with lost to Three Rivers Lady Bulldogs

By Tim O’Malley
Yorktown News-View

The Yorktown Kitty Kats lost their opening district game against the Three Rivers Lady Bulldogs this past Friday night at home court, 19-49.

The Lady Bulldogs were bigger, more aggressive and experienced.

Three Rivers scored 12 points each in the first three periods and 13 points in the fourth. Yorktown started with 6-points followed with 8-points before the half. The second half was 2-points in the third and 3-points in the fourth.

It was a rough second half for the Kats. During the third period the Lady Bulldogs turned up the heat on defense. Several Yorktown players were nowhere near the size of their opponents or the experience as freshman and took their beating. In their frustration it showed with half a dozen poor thows in play for Three Rivers to pick off and score.

Tue
19
Jan

Wildcats win district opener against Bulldogs

By Tim O’Malley
Yorktown News-View

Yorktown won their opening district game 43-38 against Three Rivers on Friday at home court after a slow start in the first half.

It was not the typical Wildcat team on the floor during the first period taking nearly three minutes before putting the first point on the board. Trailing 4-points Ethan Queen ripped the net at the buzzard closing the gap 8-10.

Still behind, Three Rivers put a lot of pressure on the Yorktown offense keeping them out of the paint forcing the Wildcats to shoot outside. Three and a half minutes before the half  Yorktown took the lead outscoring the Bulldogs 12-8 ending the first half 20-17.

Entering the third period Yorktown quickly lost the lead. Wyatt Koricanek answered back hitting a 3-pointer. The Wildcats soon settled down hitting 10 more points and nearly shutting down the Bulldog offense to 5-points securing the lead 33-22.

Tue
19
Jan

Bulldogs defeat Cuero

By Robert Proctor
The Cuero Record
 
Scoring consistently continues to be difficult for the Gobblers, and Yoakum took advantage. Using their size and athleticism, the Bulldogs controlled the game from the opening tip, nearly scoring in the opening seconds and never looking back. Yoakum defeated Cuero, 70-38.
 
There are improvements slowly taking form for the Gobblers, but the mistakes continue to pile up on both ends of the court.
 
“At times offensively we did a whole lot better,” coach Clint Coles said. “We did some things that we haven’t been able to do in the past couple weeks, but overall, there are small, little things that we have got to get fixed that are just continuing to plague us right now.”
 
Tue
19
Jan

Lady Gobblers narrowly defeated by county rival

By Robert Proctor
The Cuero Record
 
There was plenty of fight in the Lady Gobblers on Tuesday night, Jan. 12 when taking on their rival, the Yoakum Bulldogs. After losing senior point guard Courtney Clark late in the first quarter and trailing by 11 at halftime, things looked bleak for Cuero, but they fought back and were narrowly defeated, 41-35.
 
“They fought,” coach Amy Crain said. “I’m proud of them.”
 
The Lady Gobblers already had little depth after losing standout junior forward Martina Stavinoha to a season-ending injury in the first game of the season. Autumn Gamez also has yet to see playing time with a nagging injury. The girls continue to step up each night and fight through the adversity.
 
Crain said, “We hung in there and played hard the entire game with a few shots going the other way.”
 
Tue
12
Jan

Wildcats finish preseason 7-5

By Tim O’Malley
Yorktown News-View

The Yorktown Wildcats nearly took the Runge Yellowjackets by surprise during a non-conference game at home on Jan. 5.

Damian Ramirez went nine for nine at the board for 19 points and had five steals in the game, one at the start for a fast break putting up the first two points in the game. With 1:31 remaining in the first quarter Yorktown went into a full court press forcing Runge to push the ball while the Wildcats kept them away from under the basket for the rebound. Yorktown led 15-5.

The Yellowjackets made an adjustment playing a little tighter in the paint but the Wildcat defense (15 total steals, 29 rebounds) were able to force them to make mistakes. With so many points ahead the Yorktown offense (8 total rebounds) rebounded less resulting only 10 points in the second quarter ending the half 25-12.

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