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Apaches break non-district losing streak

GONZALES — A 10-game non-district losing streak was broken Friday night after the Gonzales Apaches overcame the Orange Grove Bulldogs 23-14 to start their season 1-0. “We were anywhere from a … more

Apaches open season against playoff contender

GONZALES — The past two seasons under Gonzales head coach Kodi Crane’s reign, the non-district portion of their season have been particularly tough. With the new realignment, this non-district … more

Lady Apaches lack of communication leads to loss

GONZALES — The Lady Apaches couldn’t get things going as they dropped their home opener against the Luling Lady Eagles, (25-8, 25-16, 25-21). Gonzales head coach Bernice Voigt cited the lack … more

Waelder sweeps in home opener

WAELDER — The Lady Wildcats came away with a win Friday after taking down McDade High (25-15, 25-13, 25-15). “The girls put together an OK three games,” head coach Martha Zuniga said. “Not … more

Fast start for Lady Apaches

GONZALES — As been the tradition in recent years, Gonzales started off their season with their Apaches Relay at Independence Park, where teams of three competed against each other all Saturday … more

Lady Cardinals drop first non-tournament loss

ALTAIR — The Shiner St. Paul Lady Cardinals dropped their first non-tournament loss Tuesday night as they traveled to Altair to take on the Rice Consolidated Lady Raiders, losing the match (24-26, … 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

Nixon-Smiley overwhelms Cardinals in scrimmage

NIXON — The annual scrimmage between the Nixon-Smiley Mustangs and Shiner St. Paul Cardinals ended with coaches on the Nixon-Smiley side feeling accomplished and coaches on the Cardinals’ side … more

Lady Mustangs fall in opening game

YORKTOWN — The first game of the season tends to highlight what needs to be worked on throughout the early goings of a season. But going against a team that made it to the regional tournament last … more

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

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

Gonzales athletes receive top marks at rodeo

GONZALES — The Texas Youth Rodeo has been running this week and Gonzales County athletes have taken advantage of the home field advantage. Sadie Thibodeaux, the Gonzales cowgirl who took on six … more

TYRA finals begin today

GONZALES — The rodeo is back in town and taking over JB Wells Arena, this time by the Texas Youth Rodeo Association (TYRA). Today begins the TYRA finals as six of the finest cowboys and cowgirls … more

Prognosticators tab Apaches, Mustangs as non-contenders

We’ve just reached past the midpoint of July and Texas football is already starting to creep up on people’s minds. Some say the high school football season doesn’t officially start until the … more

Familiar face set to run tennis program

GONZALES — The newest coach named to the Gonzales Apaches has the most familiar face as athletic director Kodi Crane announced that longtime teacher Charlene Henke will become the head coach for … more

Gonzales graduate takes 8th in javelin throw

EUGENE, Ore. — Gonzales graduate Ariana Ince finished eighth in the women’s javelin throw last Saturday at the U.S. Olympic Trials. The former Lady Apache’s best throw was 51.42 meters (or … more

Apaches add team tennis to program

GONZALES — Gonzales Athletic Director Kodi Crane is not done adding activities to the Apaches program. The Gonzales Apaches will be trotting out a team for team tennis starting this fall, with … more

New coach brings multi-sport experience to program

GONZALES —The Gonzales Apaches have prided themselves on their willingness to become multi-sport athletes. Athletic director Kodi Crane believes wholeheartedly in that philosophy and was in need of … more
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