Sports

Thu
18
Jun

Student at BCHS summer camp tests positive for COVID

   Bay City ISD has received notice that a student who attended the summer athletic camp at Bay City High School on June 8-June 10 has tested positive for COVID-19. 
   In accordance with state and national guidance, any person who attended the camp should self-monitor for signs of symptoms of COVID-19 during the next 14 days and should self-isolate in order to prevent transmission of the virus.
   The athletic camp will be closed effective immediately until further notice to allow the deep cleaning and sanitizing of the athletic facilities.
   Impacted students and employees will be notified.
   Please know that the safety of BCISD students and staff is our absolute top priority. 
   As we continue to navigate this pandemic, we encourage you to follow all public guidelines, including proper hand washing and social distancing.

Thu
11
Jun

Tidehaven Sports Awards

Boys Sports MVPs:
   Football: Mason Perales
   Cross Country: Dillon Long
   Boys Basketball: Austin Smith
   Boys Powerlifting:  Jerry Johnson
   Baseball: Joey Kacer
   Boys Track:  Kylan Sardinea
   Girls Sports MVPs:
   Volleyball: Cassidy Tabares 
   Cross Country: Ariel Snyder
   Girls Basketball: Jahan Johnson
   Girls Powerlifting: Carla Moreno, Desirea Vega
   Softball:   Jolie Philyaw, Jennifer Sepulveda
   Girls Track: Taylor Young
   Special Awards:
   Boys Overall Athlete:  Blake Garcia
   Boys TJ Foster Fighting Heart Award: Joey   
   Kacer
   Boys Academic Athlete: Joey Kacer
   Girls Overall Athlete: Zoe Winkenwerder
   Girls Fighting Heart Award: Lily Kacer
   Girls Academic Athlete:  Zoe Winkenwerder

Thu
04
Jun

Riverside open for campers

Sentinel photo/Jessica Shepard
Taking part in the Riverside Park opening Monday, June 1, were, from left, Martina Paniagua (Park Specialist), Shawna Burkhart (City Manager), Mayor Robert Nelson, Shawn Blackburn (Parks and Recreation Director), Robert Carlisle (Park Ranger), Jason Kapsar (Park Specialist).

   After two years and 9 months, Riverside Park is now open to campers following a ribbon-cutting Monday, June 1.
   The park had been closed following flooding and damages from 2017’s Hurricane Harvey – that left the park buried deep in silt and sand - and the renovation and construction that followed.
   Bay City Parks and Recreation Department Supervisor Kelly Penewitt mentioned there were already 15 reservations made for the new spots.
   “We upgraded the Colorado Cove Campground with new utility pedestals, fire rings, parking pads, recycled plastic picnic tables, and sewer hookups,” she said in a press release.
   “The pedestals are designed to withstand floods. Other upgrades include blacktopping the roads, a new swing set, washer/dryers, and the boat ramp is ready for use.”  
   All the park buildings received a new roof and coat of paint and the ranger station was completely renovated.  

Thu
04
Jun

"Chandi Jones to coach Ladycat basketball" by: Mike Reddell

   Bay City ISD trustees unanimously approved hiring former Bay City High School star Chandi Jones to coach the Bay City Ladycat Basketball Team during their special meeting, May 28.
   Jones had stellar careers at BCHS and the University of Houston. 
   Her Hall of Fame honors include both her high school and college.
   “I look forward to sitting down with Jones and welcoming her to the team,” said BCISD Superintendent Dr. Marshall Scott, III.
   “I’ve heard great things about this Basketball Hall of Famer. 
   “Congratulations to coach Trahan as well for bringing Blackcats back to the district and building up Blackcat nation.”
   New Athletic Director Warren Trahan recently said he would bring back Blackcat excitement.
   Chandi Jones is a 2000 BCHS graduate – the same Bay City class as new Blackcat Head Football Coach Robert Jones.

Thu
04
Jun

RJ Mitchell inks with Mount Marty

Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell
Standout Blackcat running back RJ Mitchell signed his letter of commitment with Mount Marty College in Yankton, SD, in an outdoor ceremony at Bay City High School Wednesday, May 27. Taking part in the ceremony with RJ (center) was his father, Rodney Mitchell (seated left), and (standing from left) Coach Bryan Hood, Blackcat Head Football Coach Robert Jones and RJ’s mother, Mary Williams.

Thu
04
Jun

"City pools announce opening" By Kelly Penewitt Parks & Recreation Supervisor

   We will open for the 2020 Swim Season Tuesday, June 2.  
   Pool operations for the 2020 summer season are limited. 
   Hilliard Pool will be open Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 12 noon – 7 p.m.; Valiant (16th) Pool will be open Friday from 12 noon – 5 p.m., Saturday and Sunday from noon – 7 p.m.  
   We will shut down every two (2) hours to clean and sanitize the facility. The number of swimmers is limited. Floats and are floaties are not allowed. 
   Cost: $1 per child 17 & under and $2 per adult 18 & older.  
   Children under the age of 10 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. 
   Lap Swim will be Tuesday – Friday from 5 – 7 p.m. at Valiant Pool.  
   Lap swim is $1/day or a monthly pass can be purchased for $10/month.  
   We have partnered with CivicRec to make buying a lap swim pass or season pass an ease.  

Thu
28
May

VVHS 2019-2020 athletic achievement recognitions

   VV Football MVP Sam Bree 
   VV Football Offensive Player of the Year Sam Bree 
   VV Football Defensive Player of the Year Cameron Franklin and Roscoe Ellis 
   VV Football Utility Player of the Year Jalen Williams 
   VV Volleyball MVP Madilyn Koliba 
   VV Volleyball Offensive Player of the Year Chynelle Blackmon 
   VV Volleyball Defensive Player of the Year Alison Carrion 
   VV Volleyball Setter of the Year Award Trisa Martinez 
   VV Volleyball Fighting Heart Award Trinity Fields 
   VV Boys Basketball MVP Roscoe Ellis 
   VV Boys Basketball Defensive Player of the Year Cameron Franklin  
   VV Boys Basketball Fighting Heart Award Ka’Darius Woodard 
   VV Boys Basketball Most Improved Award Brysen Blackmon 
   VV Boys Basketball Shot Blocker of the Year Award Jalen Williams 
   VV Girls Basketball Fighting Heart Award Alexus Abbott and Reagan Dewoody 

Thu
28
May

Lucio: Tidehaven to begin summer workouts June 8

   Tidehaven Athletic Director and Head Coach David Lucio recently announced summer workshout plans.
   “We will begin summer workouts on June 8,” Lucio said. 
   “We are fortunate at Tidehaven that our facilities can provide plenty of room for us to work while continuing social distancing. 
   “With two large weight rooms and sanitizer at each station, we will not have any issues following these guidelines. 
   Lucio noted that Tidehaven has a speed training hill, two full grass practice fields, a field turf field, 8-lane track, four gyms and plans to build a beach volleyball court. 
   “We will use all of these facilities to keep maximum space while workouts are being conducted. 
   “We will also break the kids into three sessions, 7th-8th, 9th-10th, and 11th-12th. 
   “I will put out the times and more details early next week.”

Thu
21
May

"BCISD hires former Blackcat as head coach" by: Jessica Shepard

Robert Jones

   Bay City ISD trustees hired former Blackcat Robert Jones as the new head football coach during their regular meeting, Monday, May 18.
   “Coach Warren Trahan has hit the ground running and doing work already,” said BCISD Superintendent Dr. Marshall Scott, III.
   “He’s bringing back top coaches and players for Blackcat nation.”
   Trustees also reviewed sealed competitive bids for the Bay City High School roof recover project before authorizing Scott to enter into negotiations with Rain King, Inc.
   “Let’s get this done as quickly as possible,” said Scott.
   Rain King did roof work on the new Bay City Junior High campus and will put the roof on the new Linnie Roberts Elementary campus.

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Thu
21
May

"VVISD discusses graduation, next year reopening" by: Mike Reddell

Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell
Leopard Head Coach Robert Blackmon explains new helmet design to trustees Monday night.

   A draft plan for opening school Aug. 17 was outlined by Van Vleck Superintendent John O’Brien at the school board’s regular meeting Monday, May 18.
   The reopening follows a “very basic plan across Texas,” the superintendent said.
   The approach calls for two ends of a spectrum – from normal, face-to-face contact to the other end, online distance learning.
   There would be a middle ground built into this spectrum that allows the district to make adjustments.
   “If something happens, we would slide to another plan,” he explained.
   “What we have (for the opening) is face to face. There will be something in place for those students uncomfortable with face to face.”
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