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The Gonzales Apaches FC soccer season came to an end Tuesday, March 12 in a 4-4 tie with the San Antonio Memorial Minutemen. The Apaches battled to the very end in a back-and-forth match against … more
The Gonzales Lady Apaches FC inched closer to the second seed in District 27-4A with a 2-1 home win over the YWLA Lady Cardinals on Monday, March 11. The Lady Apaches battled through adversity … more
The Nixon-Smiley High School boys powerlifting team will send seven lifters to state after winning the THSPA Region 4 Division 3 regional championship. “I am blessed beyond anything I can … more
Four Apaches are heading to the state powerlifting meet after competing in the regional meet Thursday, March 7 in Colmesneil. Apache Jessiah Barr set a new regional record with 1,490 total … more
The Gonzales Apaches basketball program is mourning the loss of a legend and former coach in late January. Former Apaches head basketball coach Vernon Charles Hill passed away at the age of 84 … more
The UIL split up longtime district rivals Cuero and Gonzales in football in the 2024-26 Football, Volleyball and Basketball Reclassification and Realignment, announced Thursday, Feb. 1. … more
A Nixon-Smiley CISD coach was arrested early Sunday, Dec. 17, by a Gonzales County Sheriff’s deputy on a charge of driving while intoxicated. Loraine Yates was released on a $3,500 surety … more
The University Interscholastic League announced the official realignment and reclassification cutoffs for all six divisions on Friday, Dec. 8, telling every member school in the state what conference … more
The University Interscholastic League (UIL) released official enrollment numbers for all 1,601 schools competing in athletics and academics for the 2024-2026 biennium on Tuesday, Dec. 5. The … more
The University Interscholastic League held its biennial “Snapshot Day” — the day when schools must turn in their grades 9-12 enrollment figures to determine their classifications … more
Former Gonzales Apache and Texas Longhorn football player Kenneth Ehrig passed away Friday, Sept. 8 at the age of 75. Ehrig graduated Gonzales High School in 1966 and would later follow his … more
Independence Square was packed Saturday, Aug. 5 with Gonzales residents to celebrate the new school year for Gonzales ISD — and to get a first peek at this year’s participants in fall … more
The Gonzales Shooting Team hit it with their best shot at the TPWD Ag Clays 381 Tournament at the National Shooting Complex in San Antonio and came home with a state championship earlier this month. … more
There are a small percentage of college football players who get noticed by professional football leagues in the United States, but one former Gonzales Apache and Southwestern Assemblies of God Lions … more
The Nixon-Smiley Mustangs achieved quite a lot this season, from finishing second in district (behind state-finalist Poth), clinching a bi-district title, and finishing as area finalist. In line with … more
As the year draws to a close, the city of Gonzales now has a familiar face holding down the post as the chief administrative officer for the city. Gonzales Police Chief and interim City Manager … more
Gonzales had leads of 7-0 and 14-7, but in the end, couldn’t stop Giddings or score during crunch time as the Apaches closed out their 2022 campaign with a 21-14 home loss on Senior Night … more
Early mistakes hurt the Gonzales Apaches’ chances of clinching a playoff berth in their 50-18 loss to the La Grange Leopards on Friday, Oct. 28. The Apaches turned the ball over on two … more
The Gonzales Lady Apache seventh grade A & B and eighth grade A & B teams all placed first in their district tournament on Saturday, Oct. 29th. The 8th grade A team won the first match against … more
The Gonzales Lady Apaches had an early playoff exit in their three set loss (10-25, 14-25, 11-25) to the third-ranked San Antonio Davenport Lady Wolves Monday, Oct. 31. The Lady Apaches played … more
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