Sports

Thu
09
May

New 7on7 headgear arrives

Tidehaven High School reported recently that some of its 7on7 helmets - required by the state now - have arrived. Coach Josh Lovelady is modeling one of the XXXXL models.
Contributed photo

Thu
02
May

A new playground for Cherry

BCISD photo/Allison Sliva
John H. Cherry Elementary partnered with KaBOOM!, Rebuild Texas Fund and dozens of volunteers to build a brand-new all-access playground Saturday, April 27. Preparation work started Thursday, April 25, and everything was finished Saturday afternoon in time for a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

Thu
02
May

Relay for Life survivors first lap

Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell
Cancer survivors took their first honorary lap cheered on by supporters as part of Relay For Life Matagorda County's annual event, April 27. The event was featured at the downtown square and had several activities for children and adults, along with a movie playing.

Thu
02
May

Mixing up playground cement

Sentinel photo/Jessica Shepard
As part of the new playground build at John H. Cherry Elementary, volunteers assembled play structures, benches, shaded seating, and picnic tables along with stirring up plenty of cement to keep everything grounded. The new playground was a partnership initiative with KaBOOM! and Rebuild Texas Fund.

Thu
02
May

Honors for Van Vleck athletes

Sentinel photo/Jessica Shepard
Van Vleck All Sports Booster Club hosted its annual athletic banquet honoring outstanding players in their chosen field. Awards included district recognition, most valuable players, players of the year and fighting heart plaques. This year's recipients are: Daniel Bree, Travis Koliba, Trent Blaylock, Calvin Calvillin, Alvin Stredic, Chrisitan Ellis, Jalen Williams, Slade Huerta, Dale Holloway, Olivia Schultz, Jaycie Franz, Brendan Han, Damien Garza, Julissa Romyn, Bri Lopez, Jasmine Hernandez, Ali Carrion, and Morgan Kennedy. Booster club scholarship recipients are: Hunter Chambless, Tre'Veon Duncan, Jasmine Hernandez and Alvin Stredic. Not all are pictured.

Thu
02
May

Challenger Baseball opening day

Bay City Challenger League Baseball opened its 16th season Saturday with all of the teams suited up. The cake auction helps raise money for the equipment. Above, the Chargers cheer on a team mom in garnering higher bids.
Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell

Thu
02
May

"Kayaker ends 550-mile Colorado River trip at LCRA park" by: Mike Reddell

Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell
Nathan West talks to Matagorda students Monday not long after completing his 29-day kayaking adventure that went from Telegraph, Texas, to the mouth of the Colorado River.

   Nathan West met with Matagorda School students less than an hour after he completed the last leg of his 550-mile, 29-day kayaking journey down the Colorado River - and its tributaries - shortly after noon Monday. 
   “Thirty minutes ago I finished my kayaking trip that began in Telegraph,” near Junction, said West, the 22-year-old barber from Bastrop, who put in at LCRA Matagorda Bay Nature Park. 
   Tiny Telegraph is on the South Llano River, a tributary of the Llano and, eventually, the Colorado. 
   West actually arrived in Matagorda Sunday and put in Monday to paddle through the locks and down the river to the LCRA landing spot. 
   Meeting with Matagorda sixth through eighth-grade students who greeted him with paper banners – one was bracketed by barber poles - West told them he was only about four years out of graduating from Fredericksburg High School. 

Thu
25
Apr

Leopard trio sign to colleges

Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell
Van Vleck High School recently hosted collegiate signings for three standout Van Vleck athletes (from left): Di’Mitri Monroe, Alvin Stredic and Brianna Lopez. Monroe signed to play football for Kilgore. Stredic inked to play basketball with The University of Arkansas-Pine Bluff. And Lopez, signed to play softball at Louisiana College.

Thu
25
Apr

Ladycats win area, Blackcats take bronze

BCISD photo
Ladycat track & field team was crowned area champs.

   Bay City High School Track and Field once again proved a formidable force at the UIL Area 23/24 4A Track and Field Championships April 17 in West Columbia. 
   The Ladycats were crowned Area Champs, while the Blackcats came home with Bronze. 
   Those who finished in the top three have qualified for the Region meet at Sam Houston State University April 25-27.
   Ladycats earning points for the team:
   Victoria Murillo – 4th, 3200 M Run and 1600 M Run
   Irtzell Morales – 3rd, 3200 M Run and 1600 M Run
   Julianne Kucera – 1st, 3200 M Run
   Ky’asia Fields, Arianna Lot, Jada Finley, Amonie Hall - 1st, 4 x 100 M Relay & 4 x 200 M Relay
   Melanie Bustos – 6th, 800 M Run
   Ky’asia Fields – 1st, 100 M Dash
   Hannah Hernandez – 4th, 100 M Hurdles; 6th, 300 M Hurdles
   Jada Finley – 2nd, 200 M Dash; 3rd, Long Jump; 6th, High Jump
   Amonie Hall – 3rd, High Jump

Thu
25
Apr

Tigers clinch playoff spot

By Eddie Russell Tidehaven Baseball Coach

   The Tigers hosted the Danbury Panthers this past Tuesday and won by a score of 6-4.  
   Getting the win on the mound was Gordo Moreno pitching 6 innings giving up 4 runs only 2 of those earned. He struck out 7.  
   Coming in and getting the save was Logan Crow throwing a shutout 7th Leading hitter with 2 hits was Moreno. 
   Getting one hit each were: Crow, Call Davant and Kameron Green. 
   On Friday the Tigers played Boling and won 4-1. 
   Getting the win on the mound pitching 5 1/3 innings was Cade Galvan . He struck out 7, gave up 1 run and only 2 hits.  
   Pitching the final 1 2/3 innings was Crow. Giving up no runs and collecting his second save of the week. 
   Leading hitter with 2 hits was Moreno. Getting 1 hit each were: Davant, Crow, Clay Ford and Josh Zarate. 
   The Tigers move to 7-4 in district and have officially clinched a playoff spot.    

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