Sports

Thu
11
Apr

Blackcats sign college letters of intent

BCISD photo
Signing recent letters of intent are Blackcats, from left, Jon Ruiz, Justin Brinkley and Javien Times, who are joined by their families. Ruiz and Times both signed letters of intent to play football at Sul Ross State University – the Lobos – while Brinkley signed to play football for the Crusaders at Mary Hardin-Baylor University. Ruiz is the son of Jose and Maxine Ruiz. Brinkley is the son of Bryant and Demettrice Brinkley. And Times is the son of Johnathon and April Times.

Thu
11
Apr

Blackcats fall to Ricebirds by 1 run

Sentinel photos/Mike Reddell
Blackcat Avery Smith fires to first after making a tag at second.
The Blackcats (5-11, 1-2) came on late in the game, but lost by a run, 9-8.

Thu
11
Apr

"Tigers 4-3 in district play" By Eddie Russell Tidehaven Baseball Coach

   This last week we had a bye on Tuesday on Friday we traveled to East Bernard to start the second round of district . We won by a score of 3-1.  
   On the mound Gordo Moreno threw a complete game striking out 8 and giving up 5 hits and 1 unearned run. 
   At the plate Moreno led the Tigers in hitting with 3 hits. 
   Call Davant and Josh Zarate had two hits each . 
   Getting one hit was Cade Galvan and Clay Ford . 
   The Tigers are now 7-7 on the year and 4-3 in district

Thu
11
Apr

Perry, Thomas win district doubles

BCISD photo
Bay City High School District Boys Doubles Champions were Ben Thomas, far right, and Anthony Perry, far left. They are pictured with Coach DeWitt and Assistant Coach Kiehl.

Thu
04
Apr

Sliva named 1st Team All-State

Bay City High School Swimmer/Diver, Hannah Sliva, was named to the Texas High School Coaches Asssociation Academic - 1st Team All-State.
Contributed photo

Thu
04
Apr

Ladycats shutout Brazosport 12-0

Sentinel photos/Mike Reddell
Friday night, the LadyCats run rule and shutout Brazosport 12-0 in the 6th inning. Freshman Savannah Fernandez does some nifty base running to get around the tag at third. The LadyCats travel to LaMarque Tuesday followed by a bye next Friday.

Thu
04
Apr

Blackcats lose to Brazosport

Sentinel photos/Mike Reddell
The Bay City Blackcats had some highlights despite last Friday’s loss to Brazosport here 3-1. A Bay City base runner safely slides under the throw at second.

Thu
04
Apr

"Wellness Fun Run April 13" by: Jessica Shepard

   Wellness Matagorda County, Inc. will host its annual 5K and 10K Fun Run, Family Stroll and Walk on Saturday, April 13. 
   Registration is at 6:30 a.m. with a warm-up activity featuring Abby McConaha and Ronnie Arnold at 7:15 a.m. 
   The walk begins at 7:30 a.m. and the run begins 8 a.m. at MRMC Wellness and Rehabilitation, 135 Medical Center Dr. 
   All participants are encouraged to wear their loudest, funniest or silliest swim shorts or running shorts. 
   Registration is $30 per person the day of the race and adding a friend is only $15. 
   Students with a valid ID and students under the age of 18 with a valid ID cost $10 each with $5 per additional friend. 
   Family Stroll participants are $25 per family member with children five and under free or charge. 
   All participants receive a T-shirt, certificate of participation, and water to drink. 

Thu
04
Apr

"Tigers even after 1 round" By Eddie Russell Tidehaven Baseball Coach

  The Tigers hosted Boling Tuesday and lost 3-0.   
   On the mound Cade Galvan pitched 6 1/3 innings, striking out 10 giving up 3 runs, only one earned. Jessie Rodriguez got the final 2 outs. 
   At the plate getting one hit each were: Gordo Moreno, Clay Ford and Joey Kacer. 
   On Friday the Tigers hosted the Palacios Sharks and won 9-6. On the mound Moreno got the start throwing the first 5 innings. Logan crow pitched a scoreless 6th.Moreno closed it out. 
   He gave up 6 runs, 4 of them earned, striking out 7. Getting 2 hits each were: Rodriguez, Call Davant, Moreno and Logan Pierce.  
   Getting one hit were Ford and Kameron Green. 
   We finished the first round of district play with a 3-3 record.  

Thu
28
Mar

Nate, Maddy help season opener

Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell
County Judge Nate McDonald and Madison “Maddy” Garay, the reigning Rice Queen and standout Ladycat softball pitcher, help Bay City Little League opening ceremonies Saturday. McDonald was auctioneer and Garay displayed each team’s brightly decorated cake to prospective bidders

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