Sports

Thu
05
Sep

Tidehaven-Rice contest: 2 teams look to rebound

Photo/Jackie Alejo, Tiger Yearbook Staff
Tidehaven senior Alex Hernandez returns a kickoff early in the second quarter with help from blocker Tony Palomares. Refugio defeated the Tigers 43-7 in the opening game of the 2019 season.

   Tidehaven hopes to bounce back from its season-opening loss to Refugio when it hosts Rice Consolidated this Friday, Sept. 6. 
   Tidehaven’s season got off to a rough start last Friday, when it lost to Refugio 43-7 in a game marked by more than 150 yards of penalties. 
   Rice had an equally difficult season opener as it fell to East Bernard 23-6 at home. 
   “The Refugio game didn’t go as we had liked - too many penalties and mistakes,” said Tiger Head Coach David Lucio.   
   “You can’t have those against a team like Refugio,” he added.   
   “Rice has a good team too, so we will need to clean up the mistakes to have a shot at the victory.” 
   In their game with Refugio, the Tigers were penalized 84 yards and Refugio 75 yards. 
   After a scoreless first quarter, Refugio scored 21 unanswered points for a 21-0 halftime lead. 

Thu
05
Sep

Tidehaven Tiger's first game on new turf

Tiger Yearbook Staff Photographer Jackie Alejo
Players, coaches, officials and fans stand for the national anthem played by the Tiger Pride Marching Band before kickoff of the Refugio-Tidehaven football game last Friday, Aug. 30. The game was the first played on Tidehaven's new turf field. Other improvements to the facility are still under construction.

Thu
05
Sep

Mayor Nelson issues Ogletree proclamation

Contributed photo
Mayor Robert Nelson visits with Levon Ogletree on her 89th birthday Aug. 30 at the Valiant Pool. Nelson signed a proclamation making that date Levon Ogletree Day for leading the Ladies Exercise Group at the pool since 1980. “The impact she has had on the lives of those she has encountered is immeasurable and her perseverance every summer must be recognized,” the proclamation reads.

Thu
29
Aug

Mitchell gains serious yardage

The Bay City Blackcats scrimmage Victoria East High School last Friday at Memorial Stadium. Bay City senior running back RJ Mitchell picks up serious yardage.
Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell

Thu
29
Aug

Ladycats show strong teamwork agaisnt Danbury

Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell
The Ladycat volleyball team shown in action against Danbury here last Friday night.

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.

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