Sports

Thu
25
Apr

Ladycats playoff Thursday

Sentinel photos/Mike Reddell
The LadyCats run rule and shut out LaMarque 17-0 in 3 innings. Abby Gonzales was on the mound and struck out 6 batters. The whole team contributed to hits with Maddie Edwards hitting a in the park home run and Celeste Rodriguez hitting an out of the park grand slam. First playoff game, for the bi-district title, will be at at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, April 25, against Furr in Columbia High School Softball Field. From Hwy 36, take left on Texaco Street. Park by Football Stadium. Ladycats are visitors. Ticket prices: Adults $4, Students $2 - District Passes allowed. Ladycats District Record 4-4, Overall 14-10

Thu
25
Apr

"Cherry Elementary to build playground" by: Jessica Shepard

Help John H. Cherry Elementary build a playground in partnership with KaBOOM! and Rebuild Texas Fund from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, April 27 at the school campus. 
   The playground build will happen rain or shine; volunteers are asked to come dressed for the weather. 
   Closed-toe shoes are required; sneakers or work boots that you don’t mind getting dirty are advisable. 
   Please leave valuables at home as secure storage is not available on site. 

Thu
25
Apr

Blackcat Baseball Shuts out La Marque

Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell
Blackcat senior Jonathon Smith, makes a safe slide into second in the Blackcats’ 6-0 shutout of La Marque Monday night.

Thu
25
Apr

Ladycat All-District soccer

   The 2019 Ladycats Soccer team finished the season 15-9-3 overall.  
   They finished 3rd place in district with a record of 7-3-2.  
   The program had its 11th consecutive playoff appearance.  
   Other outstanding achievements the Ladycats won their bracket in the Waller Tournament, posted a school record of 15 wins and 12 shutouts.  
   The Ladycats scored 86 goals, 8 shy of the record 94 posted in 2018.  
   Top scorers were Renna Breazeale-19, Jennifer Dabelgott-13, and Mercy Breazeale-9.  
   Leading assists Jennifer Dabelgott-13, Renna Breazeale-12 and Itzel Gonzalez-11.  
   Leading the defense was Amy Vestal with 440 steals, Haley Eidlebach-218, and Valeria Rubio with 127.
   All District selections:
   1st Team:
   Defensive MVP Amy Vestal
   Utility Player of the Year Jennifer Dabelgott
   Haley Eidlebach Defense
   Renna Breazeale Midfield

Thu
25
Apr

Bay City High School Blackcat Baseball Team recognizes 1st responders

Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell
Bay City High School Blackcat Baseball Team recently hosted 1st responders. The Blackcats recognized BCISD Police, Bay City Police Department, Matagorda County Sheriff’s Department, EMS, Bay City Volunteer Fire Department, Precinct 6 Constable Bill Orton and State Troopers.

Thu
18
Apr

Van Vleck, Tidehaven, Bay City track & field winners

District 24-3A 
Track & Field results
Thursday, April 11
Van Vleck High School

Thu
18
Apr

Carter signs with Sul Ross

Blackcat James Carter signed to play football with Sul Ross University Monday afternoon.
Carter, center, was flanked by Blackcat Head Football Coach Patrick Matthews and Carter’s mother, Earlean Carter. Behind them are Blackcat offensive coordinator Jake Wertz and defensive coordinator Shawn Hurd. Blackcats Javian Times and Jon Ruiz also have signed with the Sul Ross Lobos.
Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell

Thu
18
Apr

"Tigers 5-4 in district play" By Eddie Russell Tidehaven Baseball Coach

   On Tuesday the Tigers traveled to Van Vleck and were trounced 18-1. 
   Losing pitcher was Cade Galvan. 
   Call Davant and Gordo Moreno each had one hit.
   On Friday the Tigers traveled to Hitchcock and won 14-0. Getting the win on the mound was Gordo Moreno. 
   Getting 2 hits each were: Josh Zarate, Moreno, Cade Galvan, Kameron Green, Logan Crow and Logan Pierce. 
   Getting 1 hit each were: Kaden Henry and Clay Ford.
   The Tigers are now 5-4 in district and 8-8 overall.    

Thu
18
Apr

Wellness Matagorda hosts Fun Run

Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell
Wellness Matagorda had its bi-annual fun run or walk, Catch the Wellness Wave, Saturday morning. The winners were: 1st place 5k run, Emilee Schneider; 1st place 10K run, Drew Richards; 2nd place 5K run James Ramos; and 3rd place 5K run, Will Mejia.

Thu
11
Apr

"TISD trustees consider stadium upgrades" by: Jessica Shepard

   Tidehaven trustees unanimously approved two budget amendments to get the ball rolling on the Delvin L. Taska Stadium renovations and new construction Monday night.   
   The first budget amendment was approved for $2.765 million for turf field installation and renovating the new home side bleachers respectively.  
   “This covers the contract already approved for Hellas and Sturdisteel,” said TISD Superintendent Dr. Andrew Siegrist.  
   The second budget amendment for $150,900 covers various items such as furniture and engineering fees.   
   Trustees heard a presentation from engineer Kenneth Jurado about the stadium project and renovating older, existing features like parking lots, lighting, ticket booths and the concession stand. 

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