Sports

Thu
14
Mar

"Tidehaven awards stadium renovation bid " by: Jessica Shepard

   Tidehaven ISD trustees approved a $2.3 million bid for stadium renovations from Hellas Construction during their regular board meeting, March 7. 
   “The bid accepted was for $2.3 million dollars that included new synthetic turf and an eight-lane UIL competition track,” said Superintendent Dr. Andrew Seigrist. 
   “The board of trustees held a long discussion, thoroughly looking at the new field from many different angles and perspectives.  
   “I would just add this project will be funded with the recent settlement proceeds from Tres Palacios Gas with no additional tax revenues from our residents,” added Board President Stephen Crow. 
   “We’re very excited to complete this final phase of district renovations.” 
   Hellas was one of four featured artificial turf presentations the board heard during their regular meeting Feb. 18. 

Thu
14
Mar

Leps take championship at El Campo Tourny

Contributed photo
The Van Vleck Leopards were the champions last week at the El Campo baseball tournament. The Leps beat El Campo in the championship 6-2, along with wins against Bay City twice and Brazosport.

Thu
14
Mar

Blackcats, Ladycats named to All District

   Bay City Blackcat Senior Anthony Perry was named the Most Valuable Player in Bay Basketball District 24-4A Awards 2019.
   In addition, Blackcat juniors Marcus Edwards and Ke’Vaughn were First Team All District selections.
   Second Team All District Bay City choices were senior TJ Roberson and junior Rodney Mitchell.
   Bay City senior Dayton Robinson and sophomore Ke’Adrian Green were listed on the Honorable Mention All-District selections.
   In Girls, Bay City senior Diamond Harris was a First Team All District choice. 
   Two Ladycat seniors, Kyasia Fields and Amonie Hall, were voted to the Second Team All District.
   And Ladycats A’Mayah Payton and Madison Southall were named to the Honorable Mention All District Team.

Thu
14
Mar

Ladycats shut down Fulshear

Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell
The Ladycats shutout and run-ruled Fulshear 10-0 in 5 innings in their home opener Friday night, March 8. Madi Garay struck out 12 batters and went 3 for 3 also hitting a two-run home run. Multiple hits by Celeste Rodriguez, Rachel Schwartz, and Maddie Edwards with hits also by Abby Gonzales, Jazmine Baeza, Samantha Esquivel, and Savannah Fernandez. Defense included a throw out by catcher Celeste Rodriguez to second. The Ladycats are 9-6.

Thu
14
Mar

"Tidehaven pitching strong with completion of non-district competition" By Eddie Russell Tiger Baseball Coach

   Last week, the Tigers traveled to Flatonia for a three-game tournament.  
   On Thursday we played two games:
   Game 1 vs Hallettsville Sacred Heart we lost 9-1. 
   On the mound Gordo Moreno took the loss going 5 2/3 hard luck innings giving up 6 runs but only 1 earned due to a shaky defense.  He gave up 5 hits and struck out 7.  
   Kaden Henry pitched the final 1.2 innings and was victim of shaky D as well giving up 3 unearned runs.  
   At the plate getting one hit each were: Jessie Rodriguez, Moreno, Logan Crow and Mason Perales.
   Game 2 vs Luling we lost 4-0. Cade Galvan was the victim on the mound of shaky D this time around giving up 4 runs in the first inning, only one was earned.  
   He gave up 5 hits, and struck out 9 in 6 innings. 
   At the plate getting one hit each were: Rodriguez, Moreno, Kameron Green and Crow.  
   Game 3 Saturday the Tigers defeated the Flatonia Bulldogs 7-4.  

Thu
07
Mar

Ladycats soccer dominates Wharton 9-0

Sentinel photo by Jessica Shepard
The BCHS Ladycat soccer team is 14-7-3 on the season and 6-2-2 in District 23-4A. With consecutive wins against Wharton last Saturday, March 2, and Palacios Monday night, the Ladycats sit third in district going into Spring Break - their next game will be hosting Sweeny March 18. Sophomore Haley Eidlebach (6) prepares to pass off.

Thu
07
Mar

Bay City Girls Softball Association hosts openigng day ceremony

Sentinel photo by Jessica Shepard
County Judge Nate McDonald serves as cake auctioneer for the Bay City Girls Softball Association’s annual opening day ceremony March 2. All games were canceled due to the weather, but the ceremonial first pitch was made along with the traditional cake auction. This year featured a barbecue plate fundraiser as well as the cake auction.

Thu
28
Feb

Tidehaven baseball starts with off-note against Refugio

   Tidehaven started the 2019 season with a loss to Refugio 4-3 this past Thursday.   
   On the mound Gordo Moreno got a no decision pitching 5 innings giving up 1 unearned run, giving up 4 hits, 5 walks and 5 strikeouts. 
   Taking the loss in relief was Cade Galvan pitching 2 innings giving up 3 runs 2 of them earned, 0 hits , 5 walks, 1 hit by pitcher and 4 strikeouts. 
   Leading the team with 2 hits was Moreno, Jessie Rodriguez had a double and Call Davant had 2 out 2 rbi single.  
   On Friday the Tigers traveled to Flatonia and won 15-8.  
   Jessie Rodriguez got the start on the mound pitching 2 scoreless innings . 
   Kaden Henry relieved and threw 1 inning giving up 3 runs.  Next on the mound was Clay Ford throwing 2 scoreless innings and collecting the win . Closing it out was Logan Pierce pitching 1 inning giving up 5 unearned runs. 

Thu
28
Feb

Blackcat Soccer falls to Ricebirds 2-1

BCHS soccer teams played El Campo last Saturday at Memorial Stadium, with the Blackcats losing to the Ricebirds 2-1. A Blackcat makes a point from a penalty kick. They will host Wharton here Saturday, March 2.
Sentinel photo by Mike Reddell

Thu
21
Feb

"Tidehaven hires engineer for stadium renovation design" by: Jessica Shepard

    Tidehaven ISD trustees unanimously approved hiring a professional engineering firm to design project specifications for possible renovations to Delvin Taska stadium during trustees regular board meeting Monday night.
   Kenneth Jurado, with Texas Sports and Lighting, has over 12 years in sports complex construction and about 120 projects completed under his belt.
   “We’re really looking forward to working with him,” said Stephen Crow, board president.
   “He comes highly recommended,” Crow added.
   Trustees have been exploring stadium renovation options for months.
   “Right now, we’re trying to get as much information as possible to make the best decisions for our students,” said Crow.
   “I’m not saying we go one way over another, I just want the board to be fully informed before we vote to approve anything specific or start going out for bids.”

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