Sports

Thu
28
Mar

Dilley tennis competes at Jourdanton

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HIGH SCHOOL GOLF

Dilley's tennis squads were in action at the Jourdanton Tournament on Thursday, March 7 and Friday, March 8 with athletes competing in singles, doubles and mixed doubles play.

The boys and mixed doubles teams took the court on Thursday, while the girls competed on Friday.

Seniors mixed doubles Jose Ciprian and Alexis Martinez were mixed doubles consolation champions, winning three of four matches.

 

 

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Thu
28
Mar

KEBBI KEEPS ROLLING

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2019 WARHORSE RELAYS

In action for the first time in two weeks, Pearsall's Mavs and Lady Mavs showed a little rust in placing seventh and sixth overall at the Warhorse/Arabian Relays in Devine on Saturday, March 23

The host Warhorses and Arabians won the event as both took the top spots in their respective divisions.

Devine tallied 156 points in the girls' division while Pearsall was sixth with 58 points.

 

 

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Thu
21
Mar

Lady Wolves nab title, Wolves second at Dilley meet

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2019 WOLF PACK RELAYS

Dilley bounced back from its early struggles to post first and second place finishes at the Wolf Pack Relays on March 7 at Gosch Field.

The Lady Wolves stormed the field and posted 160 points to finish well ahead of second place Sabinal while the Wolves came in just behind Natalia in second.

The Lady Wolves were paced by their distance runners and relay teams as athletes swept the top three spots in the 800m run and mile run and also earned the top two spot in the two mile run.

Thu
21
Mar

ALVA EARNS CROWN

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THSWPA STATE MEET

Making the most of a return trip to state competition, Pearsall's Alyssa Alva captured gold with a first place finish in her weight class at the Texas High School Women's Powerlifting Association state meet in Waco on Saturday, March 16.

Despite having only two participants at the meet, Pearsall's Alva and Alamar Garcia led the Lady Mavs to a fifth place finish as a team in a field of over 80 teams.

 

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Thu
14
Mar

Cowgirls third at Wild Hog Relays

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Cotulla played host to the inaugural Wild Hog Relays on Thursday, March 7 and the Cowgirls finished third overall at the event.

Giselle Castaneda was second overall in the long jump and 200m dash and also took first in the 100m. Aaliyah Charo was dominant in the distance events once again as she took gold in the 3,200m and 1,600m runs.

Cristine Cruz was tops in the triple and long jump events and was also second in the 100m dash.

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Thu
14
Mar

Lady Mavs rout Bandera, Cotulla, open league play

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HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL

After logging in consecutive weeks of tournament play, Pearsall returned home for two of three non-district games, falling to Jourdanton in a shootout before topping Bandera and Cotulla in softball action.

On the road at Jourdanton, the Lady Mavs dropped a 14-13 decision despite outhitting the Squaws 22-13 for the night.

Jourdanton rallied in the sixth with seven runs to overcome a 13-7 deficit at the top of the sixth.

In a back-and-forth affair, Pearsall took a 3-0 lead in the first but the Squaws cut it to 3-2 in the second.

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Thu
14
Mar

PEARSALL ON THE CUSP

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2019 DAETWYLER RELAYS

Randolph edged Pearsall by 34 points to claim the team title at the Daetwyler Relays in Jourdanton on Friday, March 8.

The Lady Ro-Hawks tallied 134 points while Pearsall finished second with 104 points.

Kiana Kebbi paced the Lady Mavs track team as she took first in two events and helped the sprint relay team finish second.

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Thu
14
Mar

Longoria nabs return trip to THSPA state meet

THSWPA REGION 5 POWERLIFTING

Pearsall will send a lifter and one alternate to state competition in Abilene on March 23 following regional action at Bishop last week.

Joey Longoria will return to the state meet after finishing seventh a year ago. He was the regional champion in the 114-lb. weight class this year with a total lift of 885 lbs., a 45-lb. improvement from a year ago. Longoria's lifts included 325 lbs. in the squat, 200 lbs. on the bench press and 360 lbs. in the deadlift.

Eden Fuentes narrowly missed out on an outright state berth as he hit a total lift of 1,195 lb., five pounds shy of the qualifying weight. Coach Michael Bonugli will take Fuentes to state as an alternate. Fuentes posted lifts of 470 lbs. in the squat, 250 lbs. in the bench press and 475 lbs. in the deadlift.

Thu
07
Mar

RACKING UP TITLES

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Top Left) The Dilley High School freshmen Wolves basketball team completed yet another district championship season this year. The team was coaches by Doug Burford this year. The team has now clinched league titles as seventh graders, eighth graders and ninth graders. (Top Right) The Mary Harper Middle School seventh grade Pups capped a perfect 10-0 season in hoops play this year, earning a district championship in the process. The team is coached by Eloy Zertuche and Coach Quinters

 

 

 

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Thu
07
Mar

CATS NIP LADY MAVS

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BY MANUEL AZOCAR III

 

Pearsall's girls tallied 189 points to finish just behind first place Carrizo Springs in action at the Wildcat Relays on Saturday, March 2. The Mavs finished with 116 points as they came in third at the event behind Carrizo Springs and Eagle Pass CC Winn. The Pearsall girls collected six gold medals as a number of athletes won various different events at the meet. Kiana Kebbi walked away with gold in the 200m dash and long jump while Lauren Shafer won the 400m dash, Natalie Vega was tops in the two-mile run, the 400m relay team ran away with that race. Brianna Moreno was also first in the high jump.

 

 

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