Sports

Thu
28
Mar

Ladycat Soccer advances to Bi-District

Sentinel file photo
Ladycat Soccer finished 3rd place in District 24-4A and will face the Needville Lady Jays (2nd place 23-4A) for the Bi-District Championship at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, March 28, at Griggs Field (Columbia High School, West Columbia). Ladycats are the visitors. Tickets: $5 adults and $3 students - District Passes accepted.

Thu
28
Mar

Bay City Little League celebrates its 2019 Opening Ceremony Cake Auction

Sentinel photos by Mike Reddell
Bay City Little League celebrated its 2019 Opening Ceremony Cake Auction Saturday, March 23. The event features the introduction of the league’s different teams - in T-Ball, Minors and Majors - each with its own colorfully decorated cake that’s auctioned off to fund improvements at facilities for future seasons and to ensure any child who wants to play is given the chance. This season was dedicated to Tom Uher and John Armatta. Both men, who recently passed away, were active in baseball as mentors, coaches, board members and advocates of the game.

Thu
28
Mar

"Tigers pick up 2 key wins" By Eddie Russell Tidehaven Baseball Coach

   Tidehaven hosted Hitchcock on Tuesday and won 10-1.  Getting the win on the mound was Cade Galvan pitching 4 innings, giving up 1 I earned run, striking out 6.  Logan crow pitched 2 shout out innings in relief striking out 4, 
   Gordo Moreno closed it out striking out 2 in one inning. Leading the Tigers with 2 hits was Jessie Rodriguez.  Getting one hit each were: Moreno, Galvan, Josh Zarate and Clay Ford. 
   On Friday the Tigers traveled to Danbury and won 11-7.  
   On the mound Moreno started and went the first 4 innings , after struggling a bit Crow came in relief and threw 1 1/3 innings , Moreno came back in and got 4 straight batters but maxed out pitch count, Rodriguez recoded the final out. Leading hitter was Moreno going 4-4 with 5 rbis including a 2 run double in the top of the 7th with the score tied 7-7. Getting 3 hits each were: Rodriguez, Kamron Green abs Galvan.

Thu
28
Mar

State P&W awards $200K grant for Dreamscape at LeTulle Park

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Rendering of proposed Dreamscape playground for LeTulle Park..

   Texas Parks and Wildlife (TPWD) awarded a $200,000 non-urban outdoor grant for the LeTulle Park Dreamscape project.
   Bay City will be the first Playscape in Matagorda County designed and constructed for children of all abilities.  
   Bay City residents with special needs is a hidden population not often seen in parks or at events, said Kelly Penewitt, Bay City Parks and Recreation supervisor. 
   “This playground will replace the worn-out and well-loved equipment that has stood at the park for over two decades,” Penewitt said. 
   The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission approved just over $16 million in competitive local park grants to help fund projects that will create and enhance outdoor recreational opportunities like nature trails, native gardens, playgrounds, splash pads, dog parks and sports fields at 38 community parks across the state.

Thu
21
Mar

BCHS FFA wins at Houston

BCISD photo
Bay City High School FFA competed in the Ag Mechanics Show at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, bringing home a blue ribbon. Avery Smith, Jonathan Smith and Clayton Allison entered their 14-foot custom utility trailer. BCHS welding teacher is Brian Zuniga..

Thu
21
Mar

Tigers start district with loss

   The Tigers started district with a loss to East Bernard by a score of 2-1. 
   Gordo Moreno was the hard luck loser on the mound pitching a complete game striking out 15 batters and giving up 3 hits.
   He gave up 2 unearned runs. He also led the team with 2 hits. 
   On Friday Van Vleck came to town and won in a shootout 18-12. 
   Taking the loss on the mound was Cade Galvan, also pitching were Jessie Rodriguez, Kaden Henry, Clay Ford and Logan Pierce. 
   Getting 2 hits each were: Josh Zarate, Jessie Rodriguez and Joey Kace.  
   Big week coming up as we try to get back into the district race 
   Eddie Russell
   Special Education
   Assistant AD

Thu
21
Mar

BCHS Robotics heads to state

BCISD photo
This is the 2nd consecutive year the team has qualified for State. This is also the second year the team has been in existence. The State contest is the FIRST Tech Challenge / UIL Robotics State Championship 1A-4A Event on Friday, April 5, at the Palmer Events Center, 900 Barton Springs Rd, Austin, Texas 78704. BCHS Robotics directors are Michael Ashleman and Brian Zuniga.

Thu
14
Mar

"Tidehaven awards stadium renovation bid " by: Jessica Shepard

   Tidehaven ISD trustees approved a $2.3 million bid for stadium renovations from Hellas Construction during their regular board meeting, March 7. 
   “The bid accepted was for $2.3 million dollars that included new synthetic turf and an eight-lane UIL competition track,” said Superintendent Dr. Andrew Seigrist. 
   “The board of trustees held a long discussion, thoroughly looking at the new field from many different angles and perspectives.  
   “I would just add this project will be funded with the recent settlement proceeds from Tres Palacios Gas with no additional tax revenues from our residents,” added Board President Stephen Crow. 
   “We’re very excited to complete this final phase of district renovations.” 
   Hellas was one of four featured artificial turf presentations the board heard during their regular meeting Feb. 18. 

Thu
14
Mar

Leps take championship at El Campo Tourny

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The Van Vleck Leopards were the champions last week at the El Campo baseball tournament. The Leps beat El Campo in the championship 6-2, along with wins against Bay City twice and Brazosport.

Thu
14
Mar

Blackcats, Ladycats named to All District

   Bay City Blackcat Senior Anthony Perry was named the Most Valuable Player in Bay Basketball District 24-4A Awards 2019.
   In addition, Blackcat juniors Marcus Edwards and Ke’Vaughn were First Team All District selections.
   Second Team All District Bay City choices were senior TJ Roberson and junior Rodney Mitchell.
   Bay City senior Dayton Robinson and sophomore Ke’Adrian Green were listed on the Honorable Mention All-District selections.
   In Girls, Bay City senior Diamond Harris was a First Team All District choice. 
   Two Ladycat seniors, Kyasia Fields and Amonie Hall, were voted to the Second Team All District.
   And Ladycats A’Mayah Payton and Madison Southall were named to the Honorable Mention All District Team.

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