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Nixon-Smiley struggles in Shiner tournament

SHINER — The Lady Mustangs struggled to grab a win during their bid in the Shiner Tournament over the weekend as Nixon-Smiley progresses through the early parts of the season this year. The team … more

Serves, passing key in Wildcats victory

WAELDER — Coming off a season-opening loss, the Waelder Lady Wildcats were looking for a bounce back against a familiar opponent. Going up against the team they beat last year in the bi-district … more

Early mistakes doom Lady Apaches in opening loss

GONZALES — Everything finally clicked in the end, but it was too late for the Lady Apaches who opened their season with a four-set loss, (25-14, 25-16, 23-25, 25-18), to the Universal City Randolph … 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

Apaches add familiar face with ‘world experience’

GONZALES — Victor Camarillo might be new to the coaching staff, but Gonzales — especially the Apaches athletic program — is all too familiar to him. Originally from Victoria, Camarillo comes … more

Energetic youngster joins Apache coaching staff

GONZALES — Coaching runs in the family for Brett Poynor, a new assistant coach for the Gonzales Apaches, and family is one of the reasons why he joined the Apaches. Born in Portales, N.M., … more

Apaches host volleyball summer camp

Hosted by head coach Bernice Voigt and the rest of the volleyball coaches, the Gonzales Lady Apaches held a summer camp for youngsters wanting to learn all the aspects of the game. Campers ran … more

Division I athlete added to coaching staff

GONZALES — Relatability can be an important aspect of coaching, especially at the high school level. Rachel Walker hopes that, as well as all she’s learned from her time playing Division I sports … more

22-year vet takes over basketball program

GONZALES — There’s a new head coach in charge of the girls’ basketball program and he will be bringing in a wealth of knowledge collected over 22 years of coaching. William Ramsey has been … more

New coordinator brings familiarity, knowledge to program

GONZALES — With summer comes the inevitability of change. The Apaches coaching staff is no different. Athletic director and head football coach Kodi Crane announced many additions to the … more

Gonzales native wins national titles

Readers of the Inquirer may have seen her name pop up multiple times around rodeo finals season. For those who haven’t, meet Loni Lester, a Gonzales native who has been riding horses since she was … more

Summer track team yields 27 state-bound athletes

As vacationers travel out of town, visit their favorite summer spots, or just take time relaxing, many Gonzales athletes took to the field and continued their training. After multiple practices … more

Shiner St. Paul celebrate year-end awards

Shiner St. Paul closed out last season’s accomplishments with three year-end awards. Head coaches Dana Beal-Sestak and Jake Wachsmuth have been honored for the second year in a row by the Texas … more

Cardinals host basketball camp

Head coach Dana Beal-Sestak hosted a basketball camp at the gym at Shiner St. Paul High for rising third through fifth graders this week to teach athletes the fundamentals of basketball, dribbling, … more

Nixon-Smiley Summer Basketball Camp 2017

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Apache alum wins national titles in college rodeo

A name readers have seen just about every summer during rodeo finals season has popped up yet again, only this time at the national level. Gonzales alum Loni Lester, currently a junior at Sam … more

G-Town Striders track club qualifies 6 to national meet

CONVERSE — The G-Town Striders, an AAU track and field team based out of Gonzales, will be sending six athletes from around the area to the National Junior Olympic Games that will be held in … more

Prognosticators peg Apaches as non-contenders

Another year, another summer edition of Dave Campbell’s Football Magazine where prognosticators predict the playoff hopes of pigskin-packing teams. DCTF rolled out their 2017 summer edition, … more

Girls’ soccer program hosts camp

Photos by José Torres/Gonzales Inquirer  The Apache girls’ soccer program held a summer camp this week, from June 19-21 at the practice field. Campers focused on dribbling, defensive work, … more

Alum takes reign as head basketball coach

GONZALES — The choices one makes in life affects their path toward success. For A.J. Irwin, his choices have finally landed him a spot as head boys’ basketball coach for his Gonzales … more
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