Sports

Thu
20
Dec

Tidehaven All District choices

   Tidehaven’s Cade Galvan, Mason Perales and Justin Bexley, Jesse Rodriguez and Kameron Green were unanimous selections to the Class 3A-2 All District first team offensive and defensive squads, among the 20 Tigers on all of the All-District lists.
   Galvan was a unanimous pick for both the first team all-district offense and defense.

First-team offense

  •     Cade Galvan, senior, running back
  •     Mason Perales, wide receiver
  •     Kameron Green, wide receiver
  •     Justin Bexley, offensive line

 

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Thu
20
Dec

BCHS honors 1984 state title team

Sentinel photo/by Mike Reddell

   Bay City High School honored the Blackcats’ boys basketball 1984-85 state championship team during ceremonies at the Bay City-Sealy game Friday night, Dec. 14. 
   The members were introduced at halftime, along with telling about their accomplishments at BCHS, in college and, for some, in the pro ranks. 
   In addition, the school unveiled and placed a flag on the gym’s north wall proclaiming the team’s 4-A championship and listed the team’s members and coaches.
 

Thu
13
Dec

"East Bernard ousts Tidehaven from UIL state playoffs" By Simon DeSoto Special to the Bay City Sentinel

Sentinel photos/Mike Reddell
Mason Perales (8) grabs a pass from quarterback Blake Garcia and tries to turn a corner against the Brahmas.

   IOWA COLONY – The Tidehaven Tigers sought revenge on the East Bernard Brahmas from a regular season loss, while attempting to advance from the quarterfinal playoff matchup.
   The Tigers lost the chance when they allowed the Brahmas to convert a turnover in the first quarter into a touchdown. 
   Later in the contest, the Brahmas tacked on a second, first-quarter touchdown and then a 35-yard field goal late in the fourth quarter to come away with a 17-0 win over Tidehaven.
   Tidehaven opened the contest by receiving the football after East Bernard deferred until the second half. 
   Tidehaven took the ball and moved it well, but on the seventh play of the opening drive, a fumble by the Tigers gave the ball to East Bernard at their own 37 yard line.

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Thu
13
Dec

Rodriguez signs with Missouri Valley College

Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell
Ladycat Celeste Rodriguez signed a letter of intent to attend and to play softball at Missouri Valley College in Marshall, Missouri. Joining her in the signing ceremony last Friday were: her brother, J.R. Rodriguez (top); father, Jose Rodriguez; and mother, Belinda Salazar.

Thu
06
Dec

"Klepac: It’s about time for a first-class stadium" by: Mike Reddell

Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell
Bay City High School students and administrators join BCISD trustees for a group photo for the groundbreaking of the New BCHS Memorial Stadium on the south of the high school Monday, Dec. 4.

   A crowd of Bay City High School students, community members plus local business and government leaders joined BCISD officials for the groundbreaking ceremony for the new BCHS Memorial Stadium Monday, Dec. 3.
   The groundbreaking was at the south side of BCHS, where construction crews already are working on the new stadium site.
   “I can without question confirm what many in this school district are thinking right now by saying these three and half words – it’s about time,” said BCISD School Board President Robert Klepec.
   “It’s about time that we have a stadium facility that ranks up there with all the other school districts in the area,” he said.
   Klepac added the benefits of having the stadium on the high school campus, “as now does our new baseball field.”

Thu
06
Dec

"Davidson named district offensive MVP" by: Mike Reddell

   Blackcat senior quarterback Dylan Davidson was chosen District 13-4A-1 Offensive Most Valuable Player, leading the list of BCHS teammates earning All-District football honors.
   Blackcat 1st Team All-District selections include: RJ Mitchell RB, James Carter WR, Heart Gaskins DL, Will Grumbles LB, Alex Smith LB, and Marcus Edwards DB.
   Bay City players on the All-District 2nd Team are: Carlos Lara WR, Steven Solis OL, Abel Mendoza LB, John Ruiz LB, Jonathan Pesina DL, and Declan O’Neal K.
   Blackcats on the Honorable Mention list include: Luke Betancourt, Tommy Tippett, Ivan Dewitt, Javien Times, Jessie Oros, Avery Smith, Davieyon Curtis, and Justin Brinkley.

Thu
06
Dec

"Tigers stun Leopards Tidehaven moves on to Quarterfinal matchup against East Bernard" By John Hoffman Special to the Bay City Sentinel

Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell
Tidehaven quarterback Blake Garcia (7) picks up yardage between Leopards Tre’veon Duncan (33) and De’Mitri Monroe (13).

   The saying that it is difficult to beat the same team twice in one season lived up to its billing last Friday night, as the Tidehaven Tigers used a ball control offense and a stingy defense to shut out their cross-county rival Van Vleck Leopards 17-0, at Rosenberg’s Traylor Stadium.
   With the win, Tidehaven will look to continue their Cinderella season as they face another District 14-3A-2 opponent, the East Bernard Brahmas, at 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 6, at Alvin ISD’s Freedom Field in Rosharon. 
   The game was moved from Friday because of severe weather conditions forecast for Friday. 
   The Brahmas are coming off of a 27-7 win over Blanco last week.  East Bernard beat Tidehaven 24-14 in week 6 of the regular season.
   Against Van Vleck (11-2, 5-1) last Friday, Tidehaven won the toss and elected to take the ball on offense to begin the game.  
   The Tigers slowly moved down the field, going 11 plays down to the Van Vleck 32-yard line.  

Thu
29
Nov

"Leps sink Pirates; set up rematch against Tidehaven" By John Hoffman Special to the Sentinel

Sentinel photos/Mike Reddell
Van Vleck’s Sam Bree (8) picks up yards against Poth last Friday..

   Hallettsville – The Van Vleck Leopards scored on their opening drive and never looked back, cruising to a 35-2 Area playoff win over the Poth Pirates last Friday night. 
   With the win, Van Vleck moves to the Regional final and a familiar matchup against district foe and cross-county rival Tidehaven.  
   The game will be at Rosenberg’s Traylor Stadium, with kickoff at 7:30 p.m. Friday.
   Van Vleck won the opening toss, and elected to put their offense on the field first. This move set the tone quickly, as the Leopard run game came out red hot. Running backs De’Mitri Monroe and Daniel Bree led the charge, busting off long runs into Poth territory. 
   Leopard quarterback Cameron Hudson completed a 15-yard pass to Bree down to the 3-yard line, and Monroe took it in two plays later for the Van Vleck touchdown. Trent Blaylock booted the extra point, and the Leopards were out in front 7-0. 

Thu
29
Nov

"Tidehaven defeats Odem; ready for Regional clash with Van Vleck" by: Mike Reddell

Contributed Photo
Tidehaven players and cheerleaders line up after their area playoff victory over Odem last Friday. Joining the Tidehaven students are players from Odem in a spirit of sportsmanship.

   In its successful turnaround season, the Tidehaven Tigers have developed a habit of surprising people. 
   The Tigers latest victim of surprise has to be the previously unbeaten Odem Owls who fell 28-12 to Tidehaven in last Friday’s area round of the UIL Football Championship playoffs. 
   The Tigers held the Owls to their lowest rushing output of the year, allowing Odem 163 yards. 
   Tidehaven’s stingy defense allowed two rushing touchdowns but no PATs. 
   The Owls also were limited in their passing going 9 of 20 for 104 yards, with four interceptions. 
   Cade Galvan ran one of his two picks back for a touchdown.
Mason Perales and Gordo Moreno also had pickoffs. 
   Jose Martinez and Galvan also contributed to the defensive efforts, each with a forced fumble, and Martinez had a fumble recovery. 
   On offense, Blake Garcia had 16 carries for 133 yards, including a 29-yard scamper and a touchdown. 

Wed
21
Nov

Van Vleck defeats Sonora

Photo/Anna Hernandez
Van Vleck defeated Sonora 20-13 in the bi-district round of the UIL State Football Championships last Friday in San Antonio. This Friday, the Leopards will play Poth in the area playoff round at Brahma Stadium in Hallettsville. Above, Leopards corrall a Sonora running back.

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