Sports

Thu
14
Jun

City P&W announces start of late summer sports leagues

   Bay City Parks and Recreation, announces the start of late summer Sports Leagues.  
   City P&W officials said these leagues are a good way to get residents – young and young at heart - off the couch and to get active play outdoors.
   The city is offering the following late summer leagues:
  •     Youth Kickball – hosted at the Bay City Sports Complex – 2414 FM 3156
   Ages 7 – 17 Tuesdays, July 24 – August 28
   $100/team (up to 20 players) or free agents are $10/person
  •     Volleyball – hosted at Bay City Intermediate - 2417 16th Street
   Ages 18 years & older Thursday, July 26 – September 6
   $175/team (up to 20 players) or free agents are $15/person
  •     Softball - hosted at the Bay City Sports Complex – 2414 FM 3156
   Ages 18 years & older Thursday, July 26 – September 6
Thu
14
Jun

Garay on all-state team

Sentinel file photo
BCHS junior Ladycat pitcher Madison Garay winds up in a game this spring. She helped lead her team to the regional semifinals in the UIL playoff this year. Garay was named to the Texas Girl Coaches Association All-State Team.

Thu
14
Jun

Galvan on all-state team

Sentinel file photo
Tidehaven’s recently graduated Bryce Galvan powers into a pitch in the Tigers regional quarterfinals game against Hallettsville. Galvan was a named to the Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association 3A All-State Team, second team.

Thu
07
Jun

BCHS 2017 graduate Taylor Roberson and team take 5th

Contributed photo
BCHS Class of 2017 grad and current Texas A&M at Kingsville Javelina Taylor Roberson and her 4 x 100 relay team took 5th in the NCAA Div II Championship at Charlotte, N.C. recently - and earned the All American title.

Thu
07
Jun

Delarosa at Oklahoma Sunbelt Classic

Contributed photo
VVHS Sophomore Josh Delarosa is shown getting ready for recent action at the Oklahoma Sunbelt Classic. He is playing with some of the top talent in the U.S.

Thu
07
Jun

Bay City hosts ‘World’s Largest Swim Lesson’

City of Bay City photo
Hilliard Pool will host the “World’s Largest Swim Lesson.”

   Hilliard Pool will serve as an official host location for the 2018 World’s Largest Swim Lesson Thursday, June 21.
   The free of charge swim lesson at the pool, 3020 Le Tulle, will be free of charge. Swim lesson begins at noon, with registration starting at 11 a.m. 
Swimming Lessons Save Lives  
   More than 41,000 swimmers in 27 countries on six continents participated in 2017. 
   Each location and tens of thousands of participants help spread the message each year with the goal of educating the public about the importance of teaching people to swim and water safety.  
   Since its inception, more than 230,000 children and adults have participated in WLSL lessons.
   The purpose of the lesson? Provide kids and parents exposure to life-saving water safety skills and build awareness about the vital importance of teaching children to swim to help prevent drowning. Research shows:

Thu
31
May

Serve Outdoors Kid Fish

Sentinel photo Mike Reddell
about 75 special needs youngsters from Bay City, Van Vleck and Matagorda school districts were treated to a day of fishing at the Birding Nature Center last week.Serve Outdoors members and caregivers guided the youngsters at the two-day Kid Fish.

Thu
24
May

Tidehaven loses 14-13 heartbreaker

Bay City Sentinel photo MaLinda Reddell
Tiger Head Baseball Coach Eddie Russell has some calming words for his pitcher Bryce Galvan during Saturday’s game against Hallettsville.

 From Eddie Russell and Staff Reports

Thu
24
May

Williams signs with University of the Southwest

Bay City Sentinel photo Mike Reddell
Bay City High School held a recent signing ceremony for BCHS senior Malajha Williams (front row, second from left). She will be running track for University of the Southwest in Hobbs, New Mexico. Her grandmother, Anna Sanders, is at her left on the front row, along with her mother, Mary Williams, and father, Rodney Mitchell. Behind them are BCHS Cross Country Coach Zerrick Vriseno (left) and Athletic Director Patrick Matthews.

Thu
24
May

Tidehaven all-district baseball

2018 All District Baseball 
                                District 28-3A
Coach of the Year Eddie Russell
Overall MVP Bryce Galvan 
Defensive MVP Gordo Moreno, Jr.
1st Team All-District Infield
1st Base - Chris Rodriguez
2nd Base- Jacob Galvan
1st Team Offense
Brandon Rozner
2nd Team District Defense
2nd Base Call Davant
3rd Base Cade Galvan
2nd Team All-District Offense Andrew Sliva
2nd Team DH Gilbert Charles
Honorable mention Hunter Gontard OF

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