Sports

Tue
20
Oct

Special Olympics Fall Classic

The DeWitt-Lavaca Special Olympics athletes competed at the 2015 Annual Fall Classic, Oct. 8-10, in Bryan/College Station. The athletes competed in golf and were rewarded with medals for their efforts.  
 
The results are as follows: golf individual skills, Tasha Balzer-bronze; Lana Franta-bronze. Golf alternate shots, Clayton Belicek/Carlos Rodriguez-gold; Joyce Carpenter/John Carpenter-silver; Kaylie Herrington/Jerry Tanner-bronze; Kasey Hoch/Claude Hoch-bronze; William Lawrence/Trevor McGee-gold; Brandon Morrow/Darrell Morrow-gold.
 
In addition to the competition, special events such as Opening Ceremonies/Celebration Dance and Athletes’ Village and Wellness Park with various clinics and demonstrations rounded out the experience for the athletes, coaches and families.
 
Everyone had a great time, and they are looking forward to next year’s competition.
Tue
20
Oct

Bennett advances to regionals

By Robert Proctor
The Cuero Record
 
Starke Park in Seguin was the site of the 2015 district meet for Cuero High School and district 26. Senior Jocee Bennett of Cuero placed third in the two mile race and will advance to the regional meet Oct. 26 in Corpus Christi.
 
Cuero cross country coach, Roberto Granados, was pleased with the all-around effort of his team at the district meet.
 
“This year our team was very young and inexperienced, but the runners ran great,” Granados said. “The varsity girls placed fifth with Jocee Bennett qualifying for regionals. It was a great season, and we can’t wait to see how Jocee performs at regionals. Job well done Gobblers.”
 
Bennett finished with a time of 12 minutes and 38 seconds. After the race, Bennett talked about what she enjoys most about cross country and what she felt like she improved most on during the season.
Tue
20
Oct

Sinton football preview

By Robert Proctor
The Cuero Record
 
Elex Martinez and the Cuero Gobblers will look for an important district victory on Friday night, when they head to Sinton to take on the undefeated pirates. Last season, Cuero lost 41-26 to the Pirates despite a heroic 270 yard rushing performance from D’Anthony Hopkins.
 
Hopkins’ younger brother, Zech, has carried the bulk of the goal-line work for the Gobblers this season, but it may come down to how he and Tyler Edwards play on the defensive side of the ball.
 
Tue
20
Oct

Cuero hosts National Canoe Championships

This year Cuero was selected to host the National Stock Aluminum Canoe and Kayak Championships on the Guadalupe river. There was a great turn out for all events including the recreational classes. Participants from all over the state of Texas were in attendance as well as paddlers from Missouri, Arkansas, New Hampshire, South Carolina, Oklahoma, and Ontario. 
 
The men’s aluminum race on Saturday, Oct. 10 was a hard fought battle among several of the top teams. 
 
Andrew Condie and Clay Wyatt both from Martindale, Texas were the fastest down the 14 mile course in the open division.
 
In the men’s masters class Bob Spain from Austin and partner Peter Heed from Keene, New Hampshire placed first.
 
Tue
20
Oct

Little Gobbler football

Cuero’s Little Gobbler football teams hosted the Calhoun Ravens Saturday, Oct. 17 at Gobbler Stadium. Cuero and Calhoun both won two of their four games on the day. Cuero’s freshmen won, 19-7, and the junior white team won, 25-19. The junior green team lost, 39-0, and the senior team lost, 43-24. Little Gobbler freshmen quarterback, Jaxon Marie, is pictured in the second quarter of their win over the Calhoun Ravens.
 
Photo by Robert Proctor/The Cuero Record
Tue
20
Oct

Lady Gobblers rally past district foe Wimberley

By Robert Proctor
The Cuero Record
 
“Don’t let up!”
 
Those were the words of coach Whitney Coles during the decisive fifth set against district foe Wimberley Tuesday, Oct. 13.
 
The Lady Gobblers trailed two sets to one and were down in the fourth set before coming back and earning a critical district victory (20-25, 25-16, 22-25, 25-16, 15-9).
 
Trailing 11-7 in the fourth set, coach Coles called a timeout. Cuero had already battled in three tough sets to start the match and had only won one. Something hit home in that game-changing timeout, as the Lady Gobblers went on an 8-2 run and 18-5 run to close out the set.
 
After the match, coach Coles talked about how this was their first five-set match of this season, but they were 5-0 last season in matches that went five sets.
 
Tue
20
Oct

Yorktown boys, girls cross country head to regionals

The Yorktown cross country teams met in Three Rivers for the District 30-2A meet on Oct. 14. Charlotte, Falls City, Kenedy, Pettus, Three Rivers, and Yorktown competed.

Yorktown coach Michael Blasche said, “Claire Robinson passed two runners in the last 60 yards of the race to finish ninth place.”

Competing for the Kats in the two mile district meet were Claire Robinson, 9th place medalist with a time of 16:09; Robin Naranjo, 13th; Alexis Longoria, 14th; Annie Ochoa, 16th; Jessica Garcia, 17th; Taylor Beckham, 22th.                                                                                      

Competing for the Wildcats at the three mile district meet were Stephen Wagner, 5th place medalist with a time of 21:23; Brian Metting, 10th place medalist with a time of 23:01; Luke Romans, 13th; Javier Reza, 15th; Wyatt Koricanek, 19th; Jeremiah Good, 22th; Bailey Parrett, 26th.

Tue
20
Oct

Wildcats pounce Lions 52-0

The Yorktown Wildcats were loose, fluid and well coached resulting in a pounce of the Kenedy Lions last Friday night at Lion’s Stadium 52-0.

Kenedy started with ball in the opening of the first quarter and had control four minutes into the game. It was a long first half for the Lions as the Wildcat defense limited their offense to 88-yards rushing and forced them to punt three times.

Yorktown Jamel Wade had 3 possessions for 120 yards and 3 touchdowns. His first possession of the ball, on the Wildcat’s first play, was a 27-yard touchdown. In simular fashion, the Wildcats, on their own 15-yard line, handed the ball to Wade once again. Wade threw off, dodged or spun five tacklers for an 85-yard touchdown. His third carry occurred during the second quarter where he ran up the middle for an 8-yard TD.

Tue
13
Oct

7th graders place 3rd at tourney

Cuero’s seventh grade Lady Gobbler volleyball team placed third at the Gonzales tournament on Saturday, Sept. 26. Pictured are from left, front row, Madison Gibson, Camryn Welch, Brooke Wendel, Ellen Toney, Kaidence Dolan, middle row, Julia Norris, Sophia Davis, Allison Hahn, Peyton Timpone, back row, Marissa Whittington, Ibree Coe and Clayre Pullin.
 
Contributed photo
Tue
13
Oct

Lady Gobblers split matches

By Robert Proctor
The Cuero Record
 
After earning two key wins the previous week to wrap up the first half of district competition, the Lady Gobbler volleyball team visited the Navarro Lady Panthers on Tuesday, Oct. 6. Cuero won the first set before losing the next three in a highly competitive match (25-21, 14-25, 19-25, 12-25).
 
“We played our guts out,” coach Whitney Coles said.
 
Kaelen Sievers and Martina Stavinoha rattled-off a combined 26 kills, while Mia Knetig claimed 29 assists, and Mary Kate Krueger earned a team-high eight digs.
 
Defensively, Navarro was very disciplined, something which stood out to Cuero’s coach.
 
Coles said, “Navarro is really good. They’re the best defensive team I’ve ever seen.”
 
Cuero was in control at the start of the match, playing at top form.
 

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