Junior high scorecard - Nov. 14-20


GJHS 7A Lady Apaches lose close

The Gonzales Lady Apaches 7A team lost to La Vernia 35-27. Peyton Harkey, Jesslyn Vigil, and Sandra Colchado each had two points, Kylee Schwausch had three points and Bella Aguero scored 18 points.

GJHS 7B Lady Apaches fall short

The Gonzales Lady Apaches 7B fell short, losing to La Vernia Bears last night. Yaritza Angel was top scorer in the game, and stand out players were Yaritza Angel and Jacinda Morales. The 7th grade girls with be playing the Pleasanton Eagles on Thursday, Nov. 21 in Pleasanton.

GJHS 7B boys lose to La Vernia

The 7th grade "B team" lost to La Vernia. Landon Lindstedt scored 1 point and River Vankirk scored 1 point.

GJHS 7A boys lose to La Vernia.

R.J. Coplin scored three points, Isaac Gonzales scored two points, David Dubose scored two points and Zane Whitehead scored one point.

GJHS 7B girls drop opener

On Nov. 14, the Gonzales Lady Apache 8th Grade B Team basketball played “a good first game,” according to coaches, losing to La Vernia 55-18. Kelly Breitschopf scored six points, Samantha Baker scored six points, Kassandra Mendez and Christie Reyna had two points each. “Great defensive play by Haley Cantu. Everyone played a good game and did an outstanding job.”

GJHS 8B boys drop opener

The 8th grade boys B team lost to the La Vernia Bears 31-20. Cree Stowers led the way in scoring with five points, followed by Parker Storey with four, Miguel Moreno with three and Cameron Ramirez, Weston Ruddock and Alexis Vasquez with two points each. Ruddock was the player of the game.

GJHS 8A loses close

The 8th grade A team took a 39-23 loss against La Vernia. Both T.J. Riojas and Carlos Martinez led the way with five points each. Ryder McGehee finished with four points while Tyler Wilson and Demetrius Segura with three points each.

Waelder junior high boys play well

The boys junior high basketball team played Fayetteville on Nov. 14. Defensively, the boys were very physical under the boards and only allowed nine points in the third period and two points in the fourth. Also, the boys were 5 of 9 for free throws. “The boys’ exceptional willingness, stamina, and physical endurance prevailed from start to finish,” wrote head coach Richard King. Top scorers were Luis Perez with six, Stephen Moreno with three and Jayden Gonzales with two.