Sports

Thu
22
Aug

Running drills, plays

Bay City Head Coach Patrick Matthews works with secondary, while the offense runs drills under coaches’ scrutiny.
Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell

Thu
22
Aug

Ladycat volleyball underway

Ladycat volleyball players are at it! They are led by new coach Ervette Powell.
Photo by CARES volunteer Larry Bose

Thu
15
Aug

Van Vleck gearing up for new season

Sentinel Photo by Mike Reddell

Thu
15
Aug

Tidehaven preseason workouts underway

Sentinel Photo by Mike Reddell

Thu
08
Aug

"Team slots fill up for MRMC Foundation Golf Tournament" by: Jessica Shepard

   Four-man team spots for the 10th Annual MRMC Foundation Golf Tournament” are filling up fast.
   The tournament will be from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 10, at Rio Colorado Golf Course. 
   “We have a limited amount of spots available and teams are filling fast,” said MRMC Foundation Director Tiffany Foltyn.
   “We can take a total of 36 teams and have 32 signed up right now. It is $110 a player or $440 per team.”
   The tournament includes a full breakfast and lunch meal per person.
   “For our 10th year we have added a Bloody Mary bar,” she added.
   “We also have hospitality carts that run constantly throughout the day and provide cool neck wraps for our players.”
   The event features a shotgun start at 8 a.m. and a helicopter ball drop at 2 p.m.
   “This will be our 2nd Annual Helicopter Ball Drop and golf ball raffle tickets can be purchased at $10 each or three for $25,” said Foltyn.

Thu
08
Aug

Swim campers take due note

Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell
Bay City High School Head Swim Coach Bob Button (center) shows the correct way to start races during the Blackcat Athletics Summer Swim Camp last week at Valiant Pool.

Thu
08
Aug

Blackcats start 2-a-days

The BCHS Blackcats began their 2019 season with the start of 2-a-days Monday. Head Coach Patrick Matthews tells his players what’s expected, as Bay City’s first scrimmage will Aug. 16 against Sweeny there. Pluses include seven returning starters on offense and defense, more coaches to work with all BCISD football levels, and players’ experience with Matthews system of football.
Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell

Thu
01
Aug

"Brooks, Spencer stand out at meet" by: Bob Button

Contributed photo
Matthew Brooks

   This past weekend, two young men from Bay City competed in the Gulf Summer Champs meet in Sugar Land.
   Twenty-three (23) teams sent 543 swimmers to the Don Cook Natatorium for a three-day prelim/final meet.
   Both competed in the 13/14 age group.
   Meet was swum long course meters (LCM), meaning 50 meter course.
   Top sixteen (16) finishers in preliminaries returned to swim in finals.
   This meet concluded our long course season.
   Short course meets will begin in September.
   Matthew Brooks (14)
   800 free - 8th - 11:07.08
   400 free - 13th - 5:12.55
   200 free - 14th - 2:25.60
   100 breaststroke - 17th - 1:28.89
   100 free - 20th - 1:06.45
   50 free - 21st - :29.98
   200 breaststroke - 26th - 3:24.50
   Oliver Spencer (13)
   50 free - 1st - :27.57
   100 free - 3rd - 1:01.66
   200 free - 6th - 2:23.60
   100 butterfly - 8th - 1:14.58

Thu
01
Aug

BCPL Teen Lock-in night

Over 40 local teens participated in "National Teen Lock-in" at Bay City Public Library July 26. Events included laser tag, Minute to Win it, an animated socializing hour and more. In one mini-game of Minute to Win it, two teens had to use chopsticks to move cereal pieces from a full bowl to an empty one in less than a minute. It definitely took some talent for that game and others.
Sentinel photos/
Jessica Shepard

Thu
25
Jul

Aquacats qualifies 28 swimmers for the Summer Games of Texas

Photo courtesy of Bay City Aquacats
Bay City Aquacats pictured are Caden Baker, Matthew Brooks, Christopher Castillo, Rachel Castillo,Trevor Frazier, Lucille Frick, Kaiden Garza, Alexis Gibbons, Iralynn Gibbons, Curtis Goodman, Reagan Hood, Kiaan Khondker, Suhana Khondker, Paislei Lee, Megan Moya, Felix Rodriguez, Sergio Rodriguez, Nicole Ryman, Alistair Spencer, Keegan Spencer and Lillian Wurtz. Not Pictured participants and winners are Madilyn Ashworth, Morgan Ashworth, Bailey Bower, Ella Bower, Payton Bower, Daniel Dye, Daiten Garza, Kodi Grey, Elyse Hurtado, Madelyn Hurtado, Ty Kubecka, Christopher Peralta, Aubrey Robles, Geddan Robles, Joey Rodriguez, Kailey Rodriguez, Craig Sneary, Savannah Teeler, Jordan Wright

   On July 13, 42 swimmers from the Bay City Aquacats, more than half our team, traveled to The Woodlands to compete in the TAAF Region 1 State Qualifier. 
   This meet included the top amateur swimmers from the coastal cities surrounding Houston. 
   Of our 42 swimmers, 28 placed in the top 3 of their events and will be swimming at the TAAF Summer Games of Texas held at Texas A&M the last weekend of July.

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