Sports

Thu
03
Jan

Blackcats in Holiday Classic action

Sentinel photo by Mike Reddell
Bay City’s junior forward Marcus Edwards (35) gets an easy layup against the Bulldogs.

Thu
27
Dec

Blackcats beat St. Thomas, prepare for Holiday Classic

Sentinel photos/Mike Reddell
Blackcats are now 9-7 after beating St. Thomas Episcopal 77-69 here Friday night. Senior point guard TJ Roberson (1) brings the ball down court with two defenders in tow. The Blackcats will host the Bay City Holiday Classic Tournament Dec. 28-29. The Blackcats first game was slated to be Ganado at 9 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 27.

Thu
27
Dec

BCHS Robotics teams are ranked 1&3 in area

BCISD photo
Members of the Bay City High School Robotics program prepare their robot for competition at a recent meet in Palacios.

   The Bay City High School Robotics Teams have competed well this first semester. 
   They have placed at two meets in Palacios this year, with two BCHS teams earning top rankings. The BCHS team “Avenge-a-cats” is currently ranked first in the area, while the BCHS team “Decepticats” is ranked third. 
   The Avenge-a-cats are undefeated at this point in the competition season. 
   BCHS Robotics Team Director Michael Ashleman said, “The credit goes to both teams as the Decepticats have contributed substantial support to the Avenge-a-cats, and there is an element of luck in the drawing of opponents and allies in the contests.  
   The Decepticat team has had some tough draws, but are still in third despite it being uphill all the way.  
   They have had the Avenge-a-cats’ back and provided much of the tech support that allowed them to win against the Decepticats.”

Thu
20
Dec

Van Vleck All District choices

   Van Vleck’s standout senior running back De’Mitri Monroe is an Associated Press Sports Editors (APSE) 3A All-State First-Team running back.
   The APSE noted Monroe’s stellar statistics that include 1,854 yards rushing on 197 carries, with 27 touchdowns.
   The APSE honor is on top of Monroe’s selection as the 2018 Offensive Most Valuable Player (MVP) for District 12-3A-2 - one of seven Leopards on All-District first team offensive and defensive squads.
   First-team offense

  •     Daniel Bree, senior, unanimous selection as running back 
  •     Tristan Wells, senior, offensive line
  •     Dalton Ashcraft, senior, offensive line

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Thu
20
Dec

Tidehaven All District choices

   Tidehaven’s Cade Galvan, Mason Perales and Justin Bexley, Jesse Rodriguez and Kameron Green were unanimous selections to the Class 3A-2 All District first team offensive and defensive squads, among the 20 Tigers on all of the All-District lists.
   Galvan was a unanimous pick for both the first team all-district offense and defense.

First-team offense

  •     Cade Galvan, senior, running back
  •     Mason Perales, wide receiver
  •     Kameron Green, wide receiver
  •     Justin Bexley, offensive line

 

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Thu
20
Dec

BCHS honors 1984 state title team

Sentinel photo/by Mike Reddell

   Bay City High School honored the Blackcats’ boys basketball 1984-85 state championship team during ceremonies at the Bay City-Sealy game Friday night, Dec. 14. 
   The members were introduced at halftime, along with telling about their accomplishments at BCHS, in college and, for some, in the pro ranks. 
   In addition, the school unveiled and placed a flag on the gym’s north wall proclaiming the team’s 4-A championship and listed the team’s members and coaches.
 

Thu
13
Dec

"East Bernard ousts Tidehaven from UIL state playoffs" By Simon DeSoto Special to the Bay City Sentinel

Sentinel photos/Mike Reddell
Mason Perales (8) grabs a pass from quarterback Blake Garcia and tries to turn a corner against the Brahmas.

   IOWA COLONY – The Tidehaven Tigers sought revenge on the East Bernard Brahmas from a regular season loss, while attempting to advance from the quarterfinal playoff matchup.
   The Tigers lost the chance when they allowed the Brahmas to convert a turnover in the first quarter into a touchdown. 
   Later in the contest, the Brahmas tacked on a second, first-quarter touchdown and then a 35-yard field goal late in the fourth quarter to come away with a 17-0 win over Tidehaven.
   Tidehaven opened the contest by receiving the football after East Bernard deferred until the second half. 
   Tidehaven took the ball and moved it well, but on the seventh play of the opening drive, a fumble by the Tigers gave the ball to East Bernard at their own 37 yard line.

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Thu
13
Dec

Rodriguez signs with Missouri Valley College

Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell
Ladycat Celeste Rodriguez signed a letter of intent to attend and to play softball at Missouri Valley College in Marshall, Missouri. Joining her in the signing ceremony last Friday were: her brother, J.R. Rodriguez (top); father, Jose Rodriguez; and mother, Belinda Salazar.

Thu
06
Dec

"Klepac: It’s about time for a first-class stadium" by: Mike Reddell

Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell
Bay City High School students and administrators join BCISD trustees for a group photo for the groundbreaking of the New BCHS Memorial Stadium on the south of the high school Monday, Dec. 4.

   A crowd of Bay City High School students, community members plus local business and government leaders joined BCISD officials for the groundbreaking ceremony for the new BCHS Memorial Stadium Monday, Dec. 3.
   The groundbreaking was at the south side of BCHS, where construction crews already are working on the new stadium site.
   “I can without question confirm what many in this school district are thinking right now by saying these three and half words – it’s about time,” said BCISD School Board President Robert Klepec.
   “It’s about time that we have a stadium facility that ranks up there with all the other school districts in the area,” he said.
   Klepac added the benefits of having the stadium on the high school campus, “as now does our new baseball field.”

Thu
06
Dec

"Davidson named district offensive MVP" by: Mike Reddell

   Blackcat senior quarterback Dylan Davidson was chosen District 13-4A-1 Offensive Most Valuable Player, leading the list of BCHS teammates earning All-District football honors.
   Blackcat 1st Team All-District selections include: RJ Mitchell RB, James Carter WR, Heart Gaskins DL, Will Grumbles LB, Alex Smith LB, and Marcus Edwards DB.
   Bay City players on the All-District 2nd Team are: Carlos Lara WR, Steven Solis OL, Abel Mendoza LB, John Ruiz LB, Jonathan Pesina DL, and Declan O’Neal K.
   Blackcats on the Honorable Mention list include: Luke Betancourt, Tommy Tippett, Ivan Dewitt, Javien Times, Jessie Oros, Avery Smith, Davieyon Curtis, and Justin Brinkley.

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