Sports

Thu
14
May

"Commissioners reopen county’s parks " by: Mike Reddell

   EDITOR’S NOTE: Because of the Bay City Sentinel's early deadlines, we were not able to include our coverage of the May 4 Commissioners Court meeting. 
   This is the article from that meeting.
   All Matagorda County parks – with all social distancing and hygiene practices remaining in place – were opened by commissioners court at its regular meeting Monday, May 4.
   Exceptions to the openings are the county’s community centers and the fairgrounds.
   “I put this on the agenda for you to think about,” County Judge Nate McDonald told the court.
   Commissioners supported the opening, but Precinct 4 Commissioner Bubba Frick said people “are still using the playgrounds” in his precinct.
   Frick asked the parents of those children on the playground “to make sure they’re washing their hands.”
   The vote on reopening the parks was unanimous.

Thu
14
May

Trahan sets his sights on Blackcats’ return to Austin

BCISD photo
New BCISD Athletic Director Warren Trahan began meeting personnel last week. “We are going to compete in everything we do. Some things are gonna change.”

From BCISD   

Thu
07
May

"Trahan returns to BCISD as new AD" By: Jessica Shepard

Warren Trahan

   Bay City ISD trustees hired former Blackcat football coach Warren Trahan as the district’s new Athletic Director after a brief closed session during their videoconference meeting Monday, May 4.
   The motion for approval was made by board member John Dewitt and seconded by Eddie Nelson was unanimously approved by trustees.
   Bay City ISD Superintendent Dr. Marshall Scott, III unable to attend the meeting due to the death of his father.
   Trahan extended his sympathies to the board to relay to Scott.
Scott announced last week that he was recommending Trahan as the lone finalist for the AD position.
   Trustees expressed their excitement and congratulations to Trahan on his return.
   “I’m ready to go; I’m going to come in tomorrow and sign some papers,” said Trahan after the board’s approval.
   “I’m going to start Thursday looking at everything we’ve got going on, seeing what we need to do. We’ll have to hire some people.”

Thu
07
May

Ladycats earn berths on 24-4A All District teams

1st Team
3 Amy Vestal M JR 
7 Renna Breazeale M JR
10 Mercy Breazeale F SR Co MVP
20 Judah Breazeale F FR Co Newcomer

2nd Team
6 Haley Eidlebach M JR
17 Julianne Friesenhahn D SR

Honorable Mention
00 Ramira Castellano GK JR
5 Isabella DeWitt D JR
4 Carla Mendoza D JR
2 Nathalie Verduzco M JR
8 Valeria Rubio D JR
33 Ella Mata-Perez F FR

Thu
07
May

Blackcats selected for 24-4A All District teams

1st Team: Eric Granjeno
2nd Team: Matthew Hamilton

All-Academic District
Eric Granjeno
Matthew Hamilton
Ramero Vera
Alex Howe
Alberto Reyes
Mario Gonzales
Gustavo Reyes

 

Thu
30
Apr

"County beaches draw record numbers" by: Mike Reddell

Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell
Weekend beachgoers showed up in record-breaking numbers last weekend at Matagorda and Sargent beaches, according to county officials. A group of kids get into a spirited volleyball game on Matagorda Beach.

    Matagorda and Sargent beaches reopened last weekend and the turnout was record-breaking, Matagorda County officials agreed Monday. 
   The county closed the beaches – and other facilities – March 23 as part of state and county moves to contain the spread of the coronavirus, which causes the COVID-19 disease. 
   County Judge Nate McDonald called for reopening the county’s beaches Friday, April 24, and the response was impressive. 
   “It was a record-setting weekend I would say,” said Commissioner Kent Pollard, whose Precinct 2 includes both the Sargent and Matagorda beaches. 
   “It was definitely comparable to the Memorial Day or Fourth of July holiday weekends - probably more so,” Pollard said. 
   The commissioner said there were 700 beach permits sold at the entrance of the Matagorda Beach and, at the Stanley Store in Matagorda, “they sold a little over 1,000,” Pollard said. 
   “These were astronomical numbers,” he added.

Thu
30
Apr

BCISD accepts nominations for Distinguished Alumni Program

   Bay City ISD is accepting nominations for its Distinguished Alumni program. 
   Nominations are due June 29. 
   The purpose of the BCISD Distinguished Alumni program is to recognize and honor all former graduates of the Bay City Independent School District (BCHS & Hilliard High School) whose achievements, and strength of character and citizenship serve as models to inspire and challenge today’s students.
   Nomination forms and information may be found at: https://www.bcblackcats.net/Page/139
   You may also request a nomination form from asliva@baycityisd.org.

Thu
16
Apr

Youth soccer hosts at-home, 15-week challenge

   First off, we hope that everyone and their families are staying safe and healthy during this time!
   Considering recent events and the stay at home order BCYSC Board is excited to announce that we have partnered with the Houston Dynamo Academy and Tom Byer to host a free, at-home, 15-week challenge called Soccer Starts at Home (SSAH)!
   The Challenge is intended to inspire and document the development of young players (ages 4-8) utilizing the concepts of SSAH.
   The SSAH philosophy is based on using the critical power of parents during early childhood to encourage children to manipulate a small ball (rather than just kick it), in or around their house.
   Parents are empowered with basic knowledge and spend time with their children while they repeat core moves/skills.
    The child’s interest and motivation build as they receive positive encouragement and successfully achieve tasks.
   Join us in 3 easy steps…

Thu
02
Apr

Niya Mitchell named to Dave Campbell Texas Basketball All-Texas Team

TSU photo
Niya Mitchell

Thu
26
Mar

Blast from Past

Contributed photo
The late Ben Davidson, left, presented former Bay City High School basketball standout Leonard Eaton the Ben Davidson Scholarship Award at East Los Angeles College. Eaton, a 1983 Bay City High School graduate, was first team all district with the Blackcats. Later, in the 1985-86 season with East Los Angeles College, he averaged 22 points, eight assists and nine rebounds a game. Eaton was MVP and an All Inland Valley Conference selection - plus a Davidson scholarship winner. Davidson, a star Oakland Raider defensive end, also was an East Los Angeles College alumnus. Eaton later earned a scholarship to California State University, Dominguez Hills, where he played for Coach Dave Yanai for three years, averaging 14 points a game.

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