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G-Town Striders compete in Junior Olympics

KENNESAW, Ga. — A group of AAU track and field athletes representing Gonzales as the G-Town Striders traveled to Kennesaw, Ga. to participate in the AAU Junior Olympic Games. In the girls’ … more

Lady Apaches win tiebreaker

LULING — The Gonzales Lady Apaches have been plagued with key injuries and have had to start their younger volleyball players late in the district season. After dropping to 1-5, tied with Austin … more

Gonzales drops first district loss to aggressive Lady Ducks

GONZALES — Usually the aggressors, the Lady Apaches found themselves in their defensive side of the field far too much as the Taylor Lady Ducks took down Gonzales 2-0 in the contest. Despite a … more

Energetic coach ready to take over soccer program

The Lady Apaches program added an energetic coach to the staff, bringing on Jerry Benavidez to head coach the girls’ soccer team. Now in its third year, Benavidez knows how much work there needs … more

Mustangs ousted from playoffs

YOAKUM — “Playoff baseball” isn’t a phrase that’s usually uttered alongside Nixon-Smiley. But the Mustangs, who were one win away from a contested district title, were able to play some … more

Cardinals crash boards in win

SHINER — In recent memory Shiner St. Paul’s athletic program has found success in many sports, winning state title after state title, year after year. But that success was somehow skipped over … more

Torres Tackles: Making the playoffs at all cost

“Get in where you fit in.” That’s the anthem playing in Lockhart after their 35-17 loss against San Marcos clinched a playoff berth. Confused? Let me explain. Before Friday … more

Apaches pack football staff with three more hires

GONZALES — Change is inevitable in Texas high school football and the Gonzales Apaches’ coaching staff is no different. But after making a few more hires this summer, athletic director Kodi Crane … more

Summer workouts set tone for two-a-days

GONZALES — While most kids were out enjoying their summer vacation, many Apache athletes have took to the weight room throughout the summer to ready themselves for another school year of athletics. … more

Area coaches react to new basketball districts

Gonzales County had mixed reactions as Gonzales, Nixon-Smiley and Waelder High all were given different fates during their basketball realignment announcement last week. The biggest change will … more

Apaches face tough test in Giddings

GONZALES — The Apaches (4-3, 1-1) face a tough test tonight as they travel to Giddings (5-2, 2-0) to take on a Buffaloes team that was picked in the preseason as a playoff-caliber … more

Lady Cardinals dropped in playoff warmup

ROUND ROCK — Shiner St. Paul played a tune-up game Tuesday, taking on Round Rock Christian on the road, losing to the Lady Crusaders in four sets (21-25, 25-21, 25-15, 25-15). The Lady Crusaders … more

Gonzales ‘crisp’ in first scrimmage

GONZALES — Football teams are not expected to look like a state-championship contending team. Though head coach Kodi Crane would admit that the Apaches are nowhere near that, he was pleased with … more

Apaches racket up wins to start tennis season

The Gonzales Apaches traveled to San Marcos last Friday to participate in a compass draw tournament. In boys’ singles, Matthew Grauke finished third in the boys’ single A consolation bracket … more

4 Gonzales County athletes set for rodeo finals

The Texas High School Rodeo Association kicked off its 2017 state finals as Gonzales County will be represented by four athletes at the rodeo in Abilene. Cost’s Cullen Eppright will take on calf … more

Strong defensive outing needed from Apaches defense

GONZALES — As it’s been all season for the Apaches, Gonzales (4-4, 1-2) will be facing yet another tough test in the district, taking on the Caldwell Hornets (4-4, 2-1). The Hornets have had some … more

Apaches begin district with familiar foe

GONZALES — The Gonzales Apaches (3-2) start the district season tonight against a tough, yet familiar opponent in La Grange. The Leopards finished their non-district season 1-3, with their game … more

Gonzales Apaches take on last year's area round opponent for rematch

GONZALES — This time last year the Apaches were headed to the area round against a stacked Liberty Hill team that was a favorite to win the region. Fast-forward a year later and Gonzales head … more

Cardinals knock off rivals

SHINER — Shiner St. Paul was able to knock off their rivals Friday night with 21 unanswered points as the Cardinals beat the Hallettsville Sacred Heart 42-21 at home. Big plays were key for the … more

Nixon-Smiley loses in district title game

POTH — Last season the Nixon-Smiley Mustangs didn’t have much to play for in their District 27-3A finale. On Tuesday, the team had a shot at a district title. After seven innings with no … more
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