Sports

Thu
02
Apr

Ladycat Soccer in playoffs

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The Ladycat soccer team won the flip and they will play the area playoff against Sealy at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 2, at Memorial Stadium. Tickets are $4 for adults and $2 for students. Everyone is urged to wear blue.

Thu
02
Apr

Signing with the Crusaders

Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell
Van Vleck standout Colbey Calk signed a letter of intent to play football for the Mary Hardin Baylor Crusaders during a ceremony Friday afternoon in the VVHS gym with about 60 people attending. In the first photo, Colbey, center, signs the letter flanked by his mother, April Calk, on his left, his sister, Cristin Calk, on his right, and Leopard Head Coach Robert Blackmon, standing. In the second photo, Colbey addresses the gathering, with, from left; brother, Garrett Calk, girlfriend, Corey Wilkes, April, Colbey and Cristin. Colbey's father, Toby Calk, wasn't able to attend

Thu
26
Mar

LadyCats at Schulenburg tourney

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LadyCat Sam Thomas prepares to deliver.

Schulenburg Tourney-2nd place
   Game one vs San Antonio Christian
   Amy Bertsch threw a no-hitter in Bay City LadyCats Varsity’s 18-0 victory over SA Christian .
   No SA Christian batter was able to locate Bertsch’s pitches during the game. Bertsch threw a no-hitter, striking out six batters and walking none. 
   Eighteen runs in the opening three innings allowed Bay City LadyCats Varsity to easily put away SA Christian .
Thu
19
Mar

Leopards get the lead out

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Van Vleck Leopard Jerimiah Smith (9), beats the throw to first base in Van Vleck’s district win vs. East Bernard. The final score was 9-2.

Thu
19
Mar

Bay City boys, girls powerlifting results

The Bay City High School Ladycat Powerlifting Team qualified five girls to the Regional Powerlifting Meet on Feb. 26 at Palacios High School. Pictured from the bottom left are: Gabriella Garza, Skye Romero, (top left) Crystal Vargas, Marissa Rodriguez, and Juliet Galvan.

The Bay City High School Ladycat Powerlifting Team qualified five girls to the Regional Powerlifting Meet on February 26 at Palacios High School.
114 lb class:
Skye Romero- 5th Place, 225 squat, 80 bench, 240 deadlift. Totaled 545
132 lb class:
Gabriella Garza- 5th Place, 260 squat, 130 bench, 275 deadlift. Totaled 665
181 lb class:
Marissa Rodriguez- 3rd Place, 270 Squat, 120 bench, 310 deadlift. Totaled 705.
Juliet Galvan, 4th Place. 265 squat, 115 bench, 300 deadlift. Totaled 680.
220 lb class:
Crystal Vargas- 6th Place, 185 squat, 80 bench, 230 deadlift.
Thu
12
Mar

Ladycats place second in Schulenburg tourney

Bay City Softball photo
The Bay City Ladycats softball team with their 2nd-place medals from Saturday's Schulenburg Tournament.

  The Bay City Ladycats went 3-1 and placed second at the 2015 Schulenburg softball tournament on Friday and Saturday (March 6-7, 2015) at Schulenburh High School.
   The Ladycats (8-4 on the season) downed San Antonio Christian 18-0 in a three-inning tournament opener with Amy Bertsch tossing a three-inning no-hitter and striking out six of the nine batters she faced.
Thu
12
Mar

Bay City 3rd in Yoakum Relays

Sentinel photo/L. Scott Hainline
Bay City sophomore Darryl Lopez had a third place in the pole vault at the Yoakum Relays on Saturday, March 7.

   The Bay City Blackcats placed third at the Yoakum Tom-Tom Relays with 76 points coming in behind boys team champion and host Yoakum’s 219 and runner-up Cuero’s 142 Saturday, March 7.
   The Blackcats had two runners record individual second places with Devon Fowler going silver in the 800 meters (2 minutes, 8.83 seconds), and Malcolm Cunningham doing the same in the 200 meters (23.29).
   “Fowler is a sophomore, and it was his first varsity meet, and he was edged out at the finish line (2:08.77 to 2:08.83 by Yoakum’s Justin Ramirez), and (Fowler) gave us a big boost in the 1,600-meter relay with our time going from 3:55 and 3:56 the first two meets to 3:41 with him at Yoakum,” Bay City boys track coach Nathan Potts said. 
   “That’s a drastic drop and we feel like we can keep improving, and Fowler ran very well.”
Thu
12
Mar

Blackcat coach sees El Campo as team to beat

Sentinel photo/L. Scott Hainliner
Bay City girls track team triple jumper My’Destinee Franklin (left) and Ladycats track and field coach Yvette Segura (and the rest of the Bay City girls) are scheduled to be at the Columbus Cardinal Relays on Thursday, March 12.

   So much for a lengthly sport-to-sport transition.
   With only ONE day of practice, Bay City senior Sha’Niya Mitchell captured four gold medals to help lead the Ladycats to a second-place team finish at the Yoakum Tom-Tom Relays on Saturday, March 7.
   Mitchell, a standout basketball player who had not planned to make this early of an appearance in track and field, captured individual first places in the high jump with a personal best of 5 feet, 10 inches, and in the 200 meters (winning time of 26.56 seconds).
   She couldn’t really let go in the 200 meters due to tender hamstrings, but other than that, Mitchell felt good about her first track & field competition since her sophomore year (2013 track season).
Thu
12
Mar

Bay City, Van Vleck to play at el Campo tourney

Sentinel photo/L. Scott Hainline
Bay City junior first baseman Cole Cashion (20) and the Blackcats hope to have a lot to high-five about at Thursday-through-Saturday’s (March 12-14) El Campo baseball tournament. Bay City meets Van Vleck at 5 p.m. Friday in El Campo during the three-day event..

   Bay City baseball fell to 0-9 on the season with losses to Terry 4-1, Lamar Consolidated 11-1, Houston Northland Christian 11-1 and Houston St. John’s 10-2 at Friday and Saturday’s Lamar Consolidated Tournament in Rosenberg.
   Bay City and Van Vleck are scheduled to play in Thursday-through-Saturday’s (March 12-14) El Campo baseball tournament, and Bay City and Van Vleck (both in Pool B) square off at 5 p.m. Friday in El Campo.
   But before that on Thursday, Bay City takes on HYCA (Houston home school) at noon and Needville at 2:30 p.m., and Van Vleck meets Needville at 9:30 a.m. and HYCA at 5 p.m.
Thu
12
Mar

Tidehaven sports briefs

Tidehaven Baseball
   The Tidehaven Tigers went 1-3 at last week’s Rice Consolidated baseball tournament with the lone win coming against Aransas Pass in an event opener on March 5.
   After topping Aransas Pass 7-3, the Tigers fell to Conroe Northside Home School 20-2 on Friday, and on Saturday, the Tigers were edged 4-3 by Edna in the tournament’s third-place game.
   The three straight losses dropped Tidehaven’s season mark to 6-3.

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