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Apache cheer squad earn high marks at state competition

The Gonzales High School cheerleaders traveled to the Texas State cheer champ from June 5-8, earning the following trophies in their final day of competition: first in sideline, third in cheer, third … 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

Waelder Lady Cat selected to play overseas

Waelder’s Malorie Puente will be taking her talents down south as she sets her eyes on the Dominican Republic to play overseas basketball for a week. Puente, a rising senior for the Lady Cats, … more

Shopping local supports athletes

Every so often I’m asked how it works where we go from writing our stories to publishing them on paper. Without boring you with all the meticulous details, I’ll just sum it up with “it takes a … more

Mustangs rewarded with district awards

NIXON — District 27-3A, the district Nixon-Smiley competes in, released their all-district teams, with various Nixon-Smiley baseball players making the list. Making it to the all-district first … more

Apaches finish 10th at golf state meet

HORSESHOE BAY — The Gonzales Apaches finished out their season at the UIL Class 4A state golf meet, placing 10th amongst the 12 state qualifiers at Apple Rock Golf Course in Horseshoe Bay. The … more

Bi-district finalists selected to all-district teams

GONZALES — District 27-4A released their all-district teams, with multiple Lady Apaches making the list after their 3-5 record this past season. Gonzales had two first-team players, six … more

Gonzales baseball players selected to all-district team

GONZALES — Four Apaches were named with all-district honors while another three were honorably mentioned in District 27-4A. Named to the second-team were outfielders Alex Ortiz, Kolby Kifer and … more

County cowhands defend home arena at state finals

GONZALES — The rodeo is back in town as young cowboys and cowgirls take on the Texas Junior High Rodeo Association state finals at J.B. Wells Arena. There will be two athletes representing … more

Apaches set for state golf meet

After a long break from taking third in the Region IV-4A tournament, the Gonzales Apaches boys’ golf team are ready for the Apple Rock Golf Course at Horseshow Bay as they travel to Marble Falls … more

Waelder athletic director to step down

WAELDER — Waelder’s athletic director Brandon Howard officially announced during the Wildcats’ athletic banquet Tuesday night that he will not be returning to his post next school year. “I … more

Nixon-Smiley teammates sign letters of intent

NIXON — It only made sense that the two ballers who were linked together throughout their times in Nixon would sign their letter of intents on the same day. Sure enough, Nixon-Smiley’s Lexi … more

St. Paul track champion signs with TLU

SHINER — The multi-talented athlete Emma Morgan recently signed her letter of intent to continue her athletic career in college at Texas Lutheran University in Seguin. Morgan most recently won gold … more

Waelder Wildcat finishes career at state track meet

AUSTIN — Senior Wildcat Tracy Moore traveled to Austin to the Mike A. Myers Stadium for the UIL State Track and Field meet on Friday to compete in both the 100-meter and 200-meter dashes. Moore … more

Alex James signs letter of intent

GONZALES — Talent tends to trump all in high school athletics. But it takes talent plus a bit of dedication to get to the next level, as Lady Apache Alex James learned early on. Tuesday, James … more

Shiner St. Paul wins boys’, girls’ state track titles

WACO — The Cardinals won the TAPPS 2A Track and Field meet for the third season in a row as the girls’ dominated their competition while the boys’ team edged out second-place Dallas First … more

Cardinals’ season end with shutout loss

BROOKSHIRE — A tough third inning eventually led to St. Paul’s downfall as the Cardinals fell 5-0 against Pasadena First Baptist last Thursday. “This whole year has kind of been our deal … more

Harsher punishments needed in baseball

I stopped playing baseball when I was 12, but my little brothers kept going throughout high school and are still big fans today. Despite my lack of playing, I still have a good bit of knowledge of … more

Reigning champs knocked out of playoffs

SHINER — Coming into this season, the reigning champions Shiner St. Paul Lady Cardinals had another state title on their mind, especially since most of the team returning to the field contributed … more

Lady Apaches end season with bi-district loss

JUDSON — At this point of the season, if a team isn’t playing near-perfect, mistakes will be hard to overcome. The Lady Apaches found themselves in that position on Friday as they gave up six … more
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