Sports

Thu
01
Apr

Little League hosts opening ceremonies

Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell
Tim Bricker displays the Dodger-themed cake that he and his Little League Dodgers team auctioned off at Little League opening ceremonies Saturday.

Thu
01
Apr

Ladycats shut out N. Forest, to play Vidor for area title

State-ranked Ladycat Soccer shut out the North Forest Bulldogs 11-0 in the Bi-District round of the playoffs here Friday night, March 26.
Next up is Vidor for the area championship in a game played at Alvin Tuesday night, March 30.
At left, Ladycat junior Kaia Nunez (6) takes command of the ball from North Forest defenders.

Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell

Thu
01
Apr

"Tiger Baseball" By: Eddie Russell Head Coach Tidehaven Baseball

   On Tuesday, the Tigers hosted Industrial and lost by the score of 8-2.
   Taking the loss on the mound was Kyus Saha, starting the game and going 4 innings giving up 5 runs, 4 earned on 3 hits, 4 walks and 5 strikeouts.
Marco Garcia threw 2 shutout innings in relief.
   Getting 1 hit each were: Kyus Saha and Zach Garcia.
   On Saturday, we traveled to Rice and won 3-2 behind a gem on the mound by Jordan Duran, throwing a complete game with only 77 pitches.
   He gave up only 1 earned run striking out 6. 
   Getting one hit each were: Chance Robinson, Logan Crow, Kyus Saha and Zach Garcia.

Thu
01
Apr

Boling track meet

Photo/Anna Hernandez
Van Vleck’s Christopher Hernandez clears the hurdles in the 110 hurdles during the Boling Bulldogs Relay in Boling last Thurday, March 25.

Thu
01
Apr

BCHS sends 14 from district academic meet to region meet

   The Bay City High School Academic Team competed at the District 25-4A meet over the weekend. 
   Bay City sent 14 individuals to the region meet, with six more individuals earning alternate designations.  
   The full list of top-six results is below:
   Speech and Academics (coached by Brittainy Hodges and Magda Mirelez) 
   District champion speech team
   2nd place District Academics
   Lincoln-Douglas Debate
   1st place-Emilee Eidlebach (region qualifier)
   2nd place-Pedro Vargas (region qualifier)
   4th place-Justina Lashlee (alternate to region)
   Prose Interpretation
   1st place-Preciosa Aivles (region qualifier)
   2nd place-Holland Cobb (region qualifier)
   3rd place-Jessica Frasier (region qualifier)
   Poetry interpretation
   6th place-Alexander Howe
   Informative extemporaneous speaking
      2nd place-Justina Lashlee (region qualifier)

Thu
25
Mar

"Ladycats face North Forest" by: Mike Reddell

Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell
Coach Darin Dabelgott shows girls the district championship trophy they won.

   “This is the best team I’ve ever had,” Bay City Ladycat Soccer Head Coach Darin Dabelgott exclaimed after his squad defeated Needville 10-0 in the last district game to claim the District 24-4A title Saturday, March 30.
   Dabelgott has plenty of playoff experience, but this year’s team was heavy in experience en route to a 20-0 overall record and 14-0 in district.
   “We have lots of seniors,” he explained, and the team also plays lots of underclassmen, setting the stage for future victories.
   “Everybody gelled out there,” Dabelgott said of Saturday’s game, one of the marks of this year’s team.
      The team set several school records this year, including the most goals scored (106) and the least amount of goals scored upon (8).
   Bay City will begin its playoff campaign with a home bi-district contest against North Forest at 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 26.

Thu
25
Mar

"Tiger Baseball"By Eddie Russell Head Coach Tidehaven Baseball

Photo/Anna Hernandez
Tiger senior Nick Rodriguez is safe at home after the Palacios catches loses the ball. Tidehaven won the March 16 game 8-7.

   This week Tidehaven opened up district play with a 4-2 win over Hallettsville.   
   Kyus Saha dominated on mound with 6 shutout innings, striking out 9 giving up only 2 hits.    
   Hunter Little came in relief in the 7th and gave up 2 runs on 2 walks, 1 HBP and one hit in 2/3 innings.   
   Logan Crow got the final out. Leading hitter with 2 hits was Logan Crow.  
   Getting a huge 2-out, 2-rbi single was Kyus Saha.   
   On Friday, the Tigers traveled to the Flatonia tournament and got beat 17-6, game one against Round Top Carmine.  
   Connor Claxton pitched 3 innings, giving up the 5 runs, only 2 earned.   
   A combination of Hunter Little, Taylor Rickaway and Kevin Rickaway and Jackson Sones. Leading hitters with 2 hits each were Ricky Rubio and Connor Claxton.
    In game 2 Friday, the Tigers dropped a 7-4 game to Flatonia.  

Thu
25
Mar

Wardens rescue father, son from capsized boat

   The following items are compiled from recent Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) law enforcement reports.
            Good Samaritans
   A Marion County Game Wardens responded to Lake O the Pines regarding a capsized vessel. Several fishermen close to the incident rescued an 80-year-old male and his son and transported them to a boat ramp. EMS arrived on scene and then transported the older male to the hospital for observation.
     A Little Mud on the Tires
   A Polk County Game Warden received a call from dispatch regarding individuals loading up a deer. A Polk County deputy was in the area and assisted the warden in patrolling the area based on the original call. 

Thu
18
Mar

"Tiger Baseball" By Eddie Russell Head Coach Tidehaven Baseball

This week Tidehaven opened up district play with a 4-2 win over Hallettsville.   
   Kyus Saha dominated on mound with 6 shutout innings, striking out 9 giving up only 2 hits.    
   Hunter Little came in relief in the 7th and gave up 2 runs on 2 walks, 1 HBP and one hit in 2/3 innings.   
   Logan Crow got the final out. Leading hitter with 2 hits was Logan Crow.  
   Getting a huge 2-out, 2-rbi single was Kyus Saha.   
   On Friday, the Tigers traveled to the Flatonia tournament and got beat 17-6, game one against Round Top Carmine.  
   Connor Claxton pitched 3 innings, giving up the 5 runs, only 2 earned.   
   A combination of Hunter Little, Taylor Rickaway and Kevin Rickaway and Jackson Sones. Leading hitters with 2 hits each were Ricky Rubio and Connor Claxton. In game 2 Friday, the Tigers dropped a 7-4 game to Flatonia.  
   Hunter Little got the start and threw 2/3 of an ineffective inning, giving up 3 runs.   

Thu
18
Mar

Boosters take on FM 2668

Contributed photo
The All Sports Booster Club Adopt a Highway team, from left, of Lorise Cofield, Janice Hopes, Estella Lewis, Wayne Guter and McLotta Brooks, were busy doing their part in cleaning up FM 2668 south of Bay City Saturday, March 13.

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