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The Luling Eagles coaching staff hosted a football camp at their home stadium for youth athletes. The football hopefuls ran through exercises such as tackle drills to learn about the most effective … more
The Gonzales Apaches athletic program held a football camp earlier this week for youth athletes as well as incoming junior high athletes. The campers ran through drills, learned the Gonzales offense … more
Golf scramble returns The Independence Park weekly golf scramble makes its return on March 14.   Lady Apaches lost district opener The Gonzales Lady Apaches … more
Shiner St. Paul baseball, softball advances There are more games to be played for Shiner St. Paul as both the baseball and softball teams advanced in their respective tournament. Tied 3-3 … more
Nearly a dozen Gonzales athletes traveled to College Station over the weekend to take on the Texas Amateur Athletic Federation (TAAF) Summer Games of Texas 2019 after a summer of competition and … more
BEEVILLE -- Trying to win against a team like the unbeaten Beeville Jones Trojans meant playing near-perfect football for Gonzales. But the Apaches never quite reached their stride, losing 27-3 in a … more
Shiner St. Paul’s 30-4 first quarter led to a whopping 69-22 blowout victory over Bryan Allen Academy on Friday, Feb. 22, advancing the Lady Cardinals to the state semifinals. Grace Irvin … more
For some, March Madness may seem like it happened ages ago. That makes sense for those not invested in any of the teams that made the Final Four let alone the championship game. But a familiar face … more
Many Gonzales athletes finished the Texas Youth Rodeo Association finals with some saddles and buckles after successful rodeo performances at J.B. Wells Arena last week. The big winner was Taylor … more
Years of building and “reloading,” as Gonzales head girls track and field coach Cully Doyle likes to put, has led to another strong start for a Lady Apaches group eyeing a spot at the … more
This week, Gonzales athletic director Mike Waldie announced the hiring of four new coaches to the Apache athletic program including two head coaches on the girls’ side. Taking over the … more
Do you love sports? Do you love writing about sports? The Gonzales Inquirer is seeking freelance sports writers to assist in our print and digital coverage of high school sports for … more
BASTROP — Waelder’s season ended as two Moulton defenders contested sophomore Isaiah Miller’s layup attempt. Miller’s shot was off, another Moulton defender grabbed the … more
Both Devon Williams and Antonio Hernandez had an impressive showing at the UIL State Track & Field meet in Austin last weekend, with Williams winning two bronze medals in shot put and discus and … more
The Nixon-Smiley High School football comes out of the gate with a home opener against the Blooming Bobcats at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 28. The Bobcats dropped to 2A-1 for this season after a 3A-2 … more
Pearland ISD offensive coordinator Michael Waldie was named athletic director and head football coach of the Gonzales Apaches on Tuesday. Waldie replaces Kodi Crane who coached five football … more
GJHS 8A wins after ‘best team effort’ The 8th grade "A" Lady Apaches won against Pleasanton by a score of 25-21. This was the team’s best effort on the season and the girls … more
State-ranked Lady Eagles open district with 2 wins The #23 Luling Lady Eagles opened District 27-3A with two impressive wins, beating Yoakum last Friday 54-42 and #6 Poth on Tuesday 51-45. Luling … more
When it comes to scheduling non-district football games, there’s playing up against a higher level of school – and then there is what the Gonzales High School Apaches are … more
Christian’s zone defense as the Lady Cardinals lost 41-34 to the defending TAPPS 2A state champions. The loss was St. Paul’s second straight championship defeat against the Warriors. “On … more
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