Sports

Thu
11
Jun

BCHS opens sports camps

Sentinel photo/Jessica Shepard
Coach Amanda Slater, standing, had students pair off during the Volleyball sports camp Tuesday morning. Among other drills and techniques, she showed them the proper way to set a volleyball for a team mate. Slater was joined by coach Liz Griffin for the duration of their sports camp with 34 girls in attendance.

   The Bay City High School athletic department kicked off its Summer Sports Camp Monday, June 8, with volleyball under the direction of coaches Amanda Slater and Liz Griffin.
   Thirty-four girls showed up for the two-day clinic and learned a variety of skills form setting the ball to passing and serving.
   The camps are open to students from incoming ninth-graders down to third-graders.
   “When I came here at the first of the year, I told the coaches of every sport that I want them to hold summer camps,” said Athletic Director Lupe Florez.
   “Every high school does this.”
   Each camp offered over the summer has a fee ranging from $10 to $40 depending on which sport the students are participating in.
Thu
28
May

Houston Texans Ccheerleaders encourage physical activity

Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell
Houston Texan Cheerleaders were a big hit with Blessing Elementary students and staff Wednesday, May 27. Above the cheerleaders fielded questions from students, many of whom were attired in their favorite Texan player’s jersey. Outside the cheerleaders and Houston Texan staff engaged the students in several exercise events to encourage more physical activity among youngsters.

Thu
28
May

Hawkins headed to College World Series

Former BCHS Ladycat Andrea Hawkins is headed to the College World Series with the University of Alabama Softball Team.

Thu
28
May

Tigers, Sharks on 1st team squad

   Tidehaven Tigers placed six players and the Palacios Sharks had two on the first team of District 28-3A All-District baseball squad.
   Two Tiger pitchers, senior Mason Ledwig and junior Brandon Litzau, were chosen on the all-district’s squad as first team pitchers. 
   Other Tigers on the first team were senior Peyton Taska-Genzer, infield, senior Nathan Sliva and junior Brandon Brune, outfield, and senior Eric Villarreal, catcher.
Thu
28
May

Russell: Tiger seniors left foundation

  Two tough losses this past weekend no doubt.  
   Always tough to lose and tougher whenever you don’t play your best because you look back and think about what might have been.    
   Without question, Comfort is a great team but a base hit here or there or a few less errors and the scores would of been a lot closer.    
   The better team one, they are ranked for a reason.

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Thu
21
May

Mitchell takes silver at state

BCISD photo/Allison Sliva
BCHS Ladycat Sha'Niya Mitchell is all smiles after winning silver in the high jump at the state track meet in Austin. She is pictured with head coach Yvette Segura..

Thu
21
May

Fighting Heart awarded at Tidehaven sports banquet

Sentinel photo/MaLinda Reddell
Tidehaven Athletic Director Brent Mascheck stands with Vivian Kuykendall, who won the Fighting Heart Award Female Athlete, and Peyton Taska-Genzer, recipient of the T.J. Foster Fighting Heart Award.

Thu
21
May

TISd Atheltic Booster Club awards scholarships

Sentinel photo/MaLinda Reddell
Brent Mascheck is shown here with Tidehaven Athletic Booster Club Scholarship ($500) recipients Phillip Zarate, center, and Peyton Taska-Genzer.

Thu
21
May

TISD Oustanding Athletes receive awards

Sentinel photo/MaLinda Reddell
Brent Mascheck is shown here with Melanie Brewer, Outstanding Female Athlete, and Eric Villareal, Outstanding Male Athlete.

Thu
21
May

Next up for Tigers: Comfort

   The Tiger baseball team defeated Blanco by a score of 4-3 May 16 to advance to the third round of the playoffs.   
   A best of 3 series turned into a one-game series because of the weather.  
   Leading hitter was Peyton Taska-Genzer with two hits.  
   Getting one hit each were: Mason Ledwig, Eric Villarreal, Hunter Saha, Nathan Sliva and Isaac Ibarra.   
   Brandon Litzau got the start on the mound and pitched five strong innings, giving up two runs only one earned.   
   Peyton Taska-Genzer pitched the final two innings for the save, giving up one unearned run.  
   “I’m proud of the guys - they stayed mentally ready with games getting cancelled Thursday and Friday and were ready to roll yesterday,” said Head Baseball Coach Eddie Russell. 
   “We move to 18-9 on the season and Blanco finishes 19-7.  

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