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The 2016 Refugio Aggie Club annual Aggie Muster was held at A Little Britt of Heaven in downtown Refugio on Thursday, April 21. Some of those attending were (from left) Louise Adudell, Patty Burns, Lt. Col. Jay Brewer (guest speaker), Charlie Watts, Karen Watts, Reid Webster, Greg Slack, Johnny Burns, John Barnes, John Long and Virginia Pierce.
Tim Delaney photo The 2016 Refugio Aggie Club annual Aggie Muster was held at A Little Britt of Heaven in downtown Refugio on Thursday, April 21. Some of those attending were (from left) Louise Adudell, Patty Burns, Lt. Col. Jay Brewer (guest speaker), Charlie Watts, Karen Watts, Reid Webster, Greg Slack, Johnny Burns, John Barnes, John Long and Virginia Pierce.
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Pirate baseball keep postseason dreams alive
Apr 29, 2016 | 39 views | 0 0 comments | 0 0 recommendations | email to a friend | print
On April 19, the Mathis Pirates bats got hot early as the team jumped out to an early lead and never looked back beating the Skidmore-Tynan Bobcats 20-0 in five innings. Pitching and defense were key in the victory as the Pirates didn’t allow a run on just two hits while striking out six batters. The Pirates went 18 for 29 with three doubles, a triple and a home run, and combined for 19 RBIs. The Pirate junior varsity team was also victorious over the Bobcats, 12-1. On April 22, Mathis took out Aransas Pass with a 3-1 victory. The Mathis pitching staff allowed just one earned run on five hit and struck out eight. The Pirate defense turned in an error-free performance. The Pirates went 7 for 27 with two doubles and one RBI. The Pirate junior varsity fell 12-0. The Pirates had their final district game against Taft on Tuesday, April 26. Results from that game will appear in an upcoming issue of the Mathis News.
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