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I’ve been a sports fan for many years, but the one thing that bothers the heck out of me when it comes to professional sports is “super teams.” The definition of a “super … more
Dave Campbell’s Texas Football Magazine released its 2022 edition this week for coaches, players, sports journalists and Texas high school football fans. The magazine covers every high … more
I’ve been covering sports for more than five years now, and during that time, I’ve met people from different fan bases. From the high school level to the professional level, sports … more
Gonzales High School Class of 1995 graduate Louis Decker has spent his adult life supporting his beloved Apaches, including covering their athletic exploits in the pages of the Gonzales Inquirer as … more
Powerlifting shows off the many strengths from athletes around the world, but one Nixon-Smiley teen got chance to show off his in the national level. 13-year-old Gavino Moreno shattered records at … more
The Texas Junior High Rodeo Association (TJHRA) and Gonzales have had a long, beneficial history together that the city of Gonzales hopes will continue for many more years to come. “We love … more
The Nixon-Smiley Lady Mustangs clinched a bi-district championship with last-inning heroics in a 3-2 walkoff win over Lago Vista Friday, April 29, at Lehman High School in Kyle. “That's been … more
Nixon-Smiley scored multiple runs in four of seven innings while Kendall Amaya kept Lago Vista hitters off-balance for most of the game in an 11-4 bi-district opening game victory Thursday, April 28, … more
The Texas Junior High Rodeo Association State Finals are rolling, rolling, rolling into town. Gonzales will be host to the state finals May 22-28 at JB Wells Park, Arena & Expo. The rodeo … more
During the Gonzales school board meeting last week, Gene Kridler, director of operations for Gonzales ISD, presented a request to consider action approving the ranked offers for the Gonzales High … more
Twice the Nixon-Smiley Lady Mustangs rallied from a deficit to take the lead over Marion, only to see the Lady Bulldogs come back to take the lead away. The third time was the charm, though, as … more
District 27-4A recently released its girls soccer All-District teams. Following a successful season that included a trip to the playoffs, the Gonzales Lady Apaches were rewarded with postseason … more
District 27-4A recently released its boys all-district team and several members of the Apache FC were selected for their outstanding play. Senior Tristan Gomez was selected as the district’s … more
The Nixon-Smiley Lady Mustangs kept a stranglehold on the top spot in the District 26-3A standings with some home cookin’ in a 13-4 victory over the Cole Cougars on Tuesday night. The win … more
The Nixon-Smiley Mustangs baseball team took the advice of the Cobra Kai on Tuesday night – they struck hard, struck fast and showed the Great Hearts Northern Oaks Griffins no mercy as they … more
The Gonzales Apaches were unable to make an early lead hold up, as the Port Lavaca Calhoun Sandcrabs escaped with a 15-3 victory at T.E. Burrows Field Tuesday night. After holding the Crabs … more
The Gonzales Lady Apaches entered Friday night’s bidistrict playoff knowing that it would take a near-perfect effort to defeat the Uvalde Loboes to advance to the area round. While the effort … more
By definition, Friday night’s playoff between Pleasanton and Gonzales had everything a pure soccer enthusiast could want. Great defense – check. High energy from both sides – check. … more
The mark of a good team is the ability to put away an opponent when you have the opportunity. While they are still a work in progress, the Tribe responded when it needed to and bullied their way to a … more
Early February is known for two things – Groundhog Day and the release of the biennial realignment by the University Interscholastic League (UIL), the governing body for sports in the state of … more
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