ODEM – The Odem Owls picked up their second straight win, defeating the Karnes City Badgers 31-20 Sept. 18 at Owl Stadium.
SINTON – With high school football practice kicking off last week in San Patricio County, Health Authority of San Patricio County Dr. James Mobley has been working with the districts’ superintendents to make sure sports can begin as safely as possible. But that still may not be enough.
AUSTIN – High school sports in the Coastal Bend Publishing area will, in large part, resume as scheduled under new guidelines released by the UIL last week.
PORTLAND – The Gregory-Portland Ladycat soccer team did not get a chance to display their play on the field for the 2020 soccer playoffs but did dominate the 29-5A all-district team.
TAFT – Taft’s Janelle Lopez’s tenacious play on the basketball court garnered her a 1st Team selection on the 29-3A All-District team. Picking up a 2nd team spot was Trinity Guajardo, and Mariel Flores was named to the Honorable Mention team.
ODEM – Odem Owl seniors Josh Rodriguez and Mathew Hernandez were honored on the All-District 29-3A first team while Manuel Trevino landed a spot on the second team. Making the Honorable Mention team for Odem were Camren DeAses, Nico Garcia and Bode Moreno.
RHODE ISLAND – On March 5, Gregory Portland junior Christian “The Beast” Konoval, age 16, intended to spend his 12-day spring break training at two elite Judo facilities in the New England area including USA Judo Olympic training center – Pedro’s Judo.
MATHIS – The Mathis Pirate basketball team set many goals at the onset of the season under first-year coach AJ Maldonado, and it paid off as the Pirates landed several spots in the 29-3A All-District team.
REGIONAL – The devastating news all coaches, and players had been hoping would not come arrived April 17. Texas Governor Greg Abbott shut down all schools in Texas for the remainder of the year, and hours later the UIL released a statement, following in line with Abbott’s ruling. All 2019-20…
SINTON – Texas Governor Greg Abbott has proclaimed that all Texas High Schools would remain closed for the remainder of the year, and the University Interscholastic League followed suit, announcing all spring sports were being canceled including state championships.