Sports

Thu
05
Mar

Leopards beat Brazosport

   Van Vleck defeated Brazosport 7-5 on March 2 in Van Vleck.  
   Van Vleck jumped out to a 2-0 lead with home runs in the 1st and 2nd innings off the bats of Josh Delarosa and Gunner Gibbens.  
   Van Vleck took a 7-2 lead into the 7th inning before a 3-run homerun cut the lead to 2. 2 batters later Gibbens induced a ground ball from Brazosport’s cleanup hitter allowing a double play to be turned to end the ball game. 

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Thu
05
Mar

2 Bay City swimmers compete at Champs III meet

   Two Bay City athletes competed in the 13 & Over Champs III meet in Sugar Land last weekend. Over 500 swimmers from 30 Houston-area teams competed.  
   All distances are in yards.  
   “This was our kids’ last meet of the short course (25 yard pools) season,” said BCHS Head Swimming Coach Bob Button. 
   “We’ll return to competition in April for the long course (50 meter pools) season.” 

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Thu
05
Mar

Tigers fall to Refugio

   The Tidehaven baseball team completed their first week of the season with an 0-4 record .  
   On Tuesday the Tigers traveled to Refugio and lose by a score of 12-0 and were no hit.  
   On Thursday we traveled to Brazos for a tournament and lost the first game 8-4 to Ganado .  
   On the mound David Perez pitched 4 innings giving up 7 runs, all off of 7 tiger errors. only 3 hits and 7 strikeouts. 

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Thu
05
Mar

Moehrig wins gaga ball tourny

Courtesy photo
The Parks and Recreation Department held its first gaga ball tournament at Amistad Park on Saturday, Feb. 22. The competition was double elimination with four participants. After two rounds, Chloe Moehrig of Bay City, quickly defeated Lillian Staszesky of Sweeny, Daisy Kessler from Palacios and Brody Moehrig of Bay City. Pictured above: Parks Secretary Marlene Jaramillo, Daisy Kessler (age 15, Palacios), CHAMPION Chloe Moehrig (age 13, Bay City), Lillian Staszesky (age 12, Sweeny), Brody Moehrig (age 11, Bay City) and Parks and Recreation Director Shawn Blackburn.

Fri
28
Feb

"Matthews, BCISD part ways by mutual agreement" by: Mike Reddell & Jessica Shepard

Patrick Matthews said his final good-byes to Bay City Blackcat coaches and players Thursday, Feb. 27.

“Today is my last day that’s what’s happening,” Matthews said Thursday afternoon – after talking to coaches and before he addressed his former players.

Matthews said by mutual agreement with the district, he’s leaving his position as Blackcat Head Football Coach and Athletic Director – and the school board will begin looking for his successor.

“I decided to part ways and look to get back to Houston and they will begin looking for someone else,” Matthews said.

“This benefits everyone,” he added.

Matthews was hired by BCISD in April 2018 and posted a 4-7 record in 2018 - defeating El Campo and taking the Blackcats into the first-round playoffs that year - followed by last year’s 0-9 record.

Matthews came to BCISD after serving as offensive coordinator for 6A Seven Lakes High School in Katy.

Thu
27
Feb

"Board tells Scott to review AD contract" by: Jessica Shepard

   After a half hour in closed session, Bay City ISD Trustees unanimously approved authorizing Superintendent Dr. Marshall Scott III to review Athletic Director Matrick Matthews’ contract during a special meeting, Feb. 25.
   Board members present included Bob Klepac, Jerry Manning, Eddie Nelson, Trent Tinnin, James Scardami and John DeWitt. 
   Trustee Frankie Cole was absent from the meeting. 
   “The board is taking no official action on the athletic director’s contract,” said Morgan Beam, district legal counsel.
   “This just gives Dr. Scott a chance to review the contract including benefits, salary or other terms as well as the term of the contract. Any action taken would have to happen in a public meeting.”

Thu
27
Feb

Blackcats defeated Sweeny 82-79

Sentinel photos/Mike Reddell
The Bay City Blackcats defeated Sweeny 82-79, in a District 24-4A playoff at Boling Friday, Feb. 21. Senior Ke’Vaughn Gaskin (3) moves against a Sweeny defender. Bay City fell to Yates 134-63 in a bi-district playoff Monday. Bay City ends the season with a 13-17, 2-6 mark.

Thu
27
Feb

Leps beat Bay City in opener

   The Van Vleck Leopards edged the Bay City Blackcats 7-6 for the opening game of the season for both teams at Van Vleck Feb. 24.
   The Leopards were leading 2-1 after five innings.
   But the Blackcats exploded with a five-run sixth inning to bring the score 6-2.
    Van Vleck returned the favor in the seventh inning with a five-run tally of its own.
   The game’s winning pitcher was Leopard sophomore Jace MacKenzie.
   Bay City junior Francisco Diaz gets the loss.
   Van Vleck will continue their season with the varsity heading to the Brazos tournament Thursday-Saturday.
   Bay City will play Sinton Feb. 27 at the Cuero Tournament, followed by tourney games against Cuero and Luling.
   Van Vleck is coached by Jacob Cadle, while the Blackcats’ skipper is Austin Molinaro.

Thu
27
Feb

Ladycats shut out Wharton

Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell
Ladycat freshman Judah Breazeale (20) watches junior Haley Eidlebach (6) in their game here against Wharton Saturday, Feb. 22, at Memorial Stadium. The girls shut out Wharton 5-0, givig the Ladycats a 13-6-1, 6-1 record thus far in the season.

Thu
27
Feb

Blackcat soccer falls 1-7 to Wharton

Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell
A Bay City Blackcat soccer player moves the ball down field against Wharton Saturday, Feb. 22, at Memorial Stadium. The boys fell to the Lions 7-1. The Blackcats season and district records are 1-10 and 1-4.

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