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The Cannon

Hoops roundup: Area basketball teams playing down the season stretch for 2014-15
The Shiner St. Paul Lady
Cardinals won at Universal
City First Baptist on Feb. 3,
40-23.
The Lady Cardinals took
a 6-2 lead after the first
quarter and were ahead
20-7 at halftime. First Baptist went on a 5-4 run in the
third and St. Paul scored 16
of 27 points in the fourth
quarter.
SSP 6 14 4 16-40
UCFB 2 5 5 11-23
St. Paul: Parker Clay 3 3-4 9,
Shaelynn Malatek 2 3-4 7, Ashlyn
Patek 1 5-8 7, Elise Patek 3 0-2 6,
Sydney Mikes 2 0-0 5, Natalie Jackson 2 0-1 4, Trinity Kusak 0 2-4 2.
Totals 13 13-23 40.

The Lady Cardinals won
at HCC 62-20 on Tuesday.
St. Paul led 18-4 after one
quarter and 41-11 at halftime. The Lady Cardinals
went on a 13-7 third-quarter run and scored eight of
10 in the fourth frame.
SSP 18 23 13 8-62
HCC 4 7 7 20-20
SSP: Shaelynn Malatek 16, Natalie Jackson 14, Jordan Pawelek 10,
Krystin Hodges 5, Trinity Kusak 4,
Ashlyn Patek 4, Emma Morgan 4,
Kayla Malatek 3, Claire Spaeth 2.

•The Shiner Comanches
defeated Louise, 51-38,
Jan. 30 to improve to 3-2
in district play. Louise took
a 15-13 lead after the first
quarter and Shiner came
back with a 13-6 run in the
second quarter for a 2621 lead at halftime. Shiner
scored 11 of 17 points in
the third and went on a 1411 run in the fourth period.
L 15 6 6 11-38
S 13 13 11 14-51
Shiner: Justin Stovall 14, Ty Condel 11, Kris Hauptman 10, Brandon
Cerny 9, Chad Neubauer 5, Ethan
Berger 2.

Shiner was edged by
Ganado, 42-39, on Feb. 3.
Chad Neubauer sank 12
points, Justin Stovall and
Chris Hauptman had eight
points, Ethan Berger scored
six points, Ty Condel registered four points and
Thomas Bowman chipped
in one point.
The Shiner Comanches got hard-fought win
against Weimar, 51-50, on
Friday. The Wildcats led
10-9 after the first quarter
and went on a 14-13 run
in the second to lead 24-22
at halftime. Shiner scored
14 of 27 points in the third
frame and went on a 15-13
run in the fourth for the
win.

S 9 13 14 15-51
W 10 14 13 13-50
Shiner: Ty Condel 13, Chad Neubauer 10, Justin Stovall 10, Ethan
Berger 4, Dadrian Taylor 4, Brandon Cerny 4, Kris Hauptman 2,
Thomas Bowman 1.

The Comanches beat
rival Flatonia, 52-47, on
Tuesday. Flatonia led 23-5
after one quarter and 3323 at halftime. Shiner went
on a 19-6 run in the third
quarter for a 42-39 lead
and scored 10 of 18 points
in the fourth quarter.
F 23 10 6 8-47
S 5 18 19 10-52
Flatonia: Andrew Dvorak 3 5-6
13, Kaddin Mikulik 3 0-0 9, Matthew Kozelsky 4 0-0 8, Samuel Netro 2 2-3 6, Casen Novak 2 0-0 5, Gus
Venegas 1 1-2 4, Easton Migl 1 0-0
2. Totals 16 8-11 47.
Shiner: Chad Neubauer 5 4-5 16,
Justin Stovall 4 7-8 15,Kris Hauptman 2 3-5 8, Ty Condel 2 2-2 7, Taylor Mraz 1 2-3 4, Brandon Cerny 1
0-0 2. Totals 15 18-23 52.

• Nixon-Smiley earned
district win No. 7 72-50
Jan. 30 at Karnes City. The
Mustangs took a 21-20 lead
after the first quarter and
went on an 18-10 run in
the second frame. Nixon
went on a 15-12 run in the
third quarter and scored 18
of 26 points in the fourth
quarter.
NS 21 18 15 18-72
KC 20 10 12 8-50
NS: Sam Moore 28, Luis Limon
17, Treon Fatheree 16, Nick Pena
10, Jordan Van Auken 1.
KC: Kinney 12, Gonzales 11, D.
Wright 9, Yanta 5, Braun 5, Robinson 4, C. Wright 2, Leal 2.

Nixon-Smiley defeated
Luling, 69-51, on Feb.
3.The Mustangs took a 17-8
lead in the first quarter and
outscored the Eagles 1816 in the second period.
Luling went on a 28-18 run
in the third to trim its deficit to 53-52. The ‘Stangs put
the game away with a 16-9
run in the fourth quarter.
L 8 16 28 9-51
NS 17 18 18 16-69
Luling: Daryl Carter 24, Rene
Casarez 10, Tyler Martin 7, Briar
Bullock 3, Jarred Zumwalt 3, Devon
Spurlock 1.
N-S: Sam Moore 22,Nick Pena
17, Treon Fatheree 14, Jordan Van
Auken 6, Jordan Lopez 6, Luis Limon 4.

The ‘Stangs survived on
the road against Goliad,
48-47, on Friday. Nixon
took a 10-8 lead after the
first quarter and Goliad
rallied for to tie the game at
21 at halftime. Both teams
scored 13 in the third frame
and Nixon went on a 14-13
run in the fourth quarter.

NS 10 11 13 14-48
G 8 13 13 13-47
Nixon: Sam Moore 27, Luis Limon 10, Treon Fatheree 4, Jordan
Van Auken 3, Jordan Lopez 2, Nick
Pena 2.
Goliad: Hill 24, Johnson 9, Perry
5, Ortiz 5, Green 2, Franklin 2.

Nixon blew out Bloomington 81-35 on Tuesday.
The ‘Stangs led 22-11 after
one quarter and 47-15 at
halftime.
Nixon went on a 27-9
run in the third quarter and
scored seven of 18 points in
the fourth frame.
B 11 4 9 11-35
N 22 25 27 7-81
Bloomington: Cabrera 10, Martinez 8, Wallace 6, Enriquez 4, Hernandez 3, Wallace 2, Rivera 2.
Nixon: Nick Pena 18, Sam Moore
15, Jordan Van Auken 10, Treon
Fatheree 10, Luis Limon 8, Jordan
Lopez 6, Colby Newman 5, Deion
Jacobo 3, Jose Melendez 2, Jesus
Abundis 2.

• The Moulton Bob Kittens defeated Fayetteville,
49-11, on Jan. 30. Malori
Mitchon led Moulton with
nine points; Bethany Breaver had eight points;Bailey
Bohuslav and Graisyn Nieto had seven points each;
Rayvin Kalisek had four
points; Kacie Siegel, Sarah
Baker and Mandi Mitchon
added three points while
Julie Fojtik and Hannah
Perez had two points each.
• The Nixon-Smiley Lady
Mustangs earned a district
win against Luling on Feb.
3, 53-29.
• The Yoakum Bulldogs
defeated Navarro 45-29 on
Feb. 3. Josh Moore paced
Yoakum with 13 points,
Tre’Vontae Hights scored
nine points, Jordan Moore
banked in eight points,
Justin Brown scored six
points, Tyron Brooks bucketed five points and Jared
Garza finished with four
points.
•Hallettsville
Sacred
Heart beat Victoria Cobras
65-27 on Feb. 3.
Emily Harper sank 15
points, Madison Etzler
netted 12 points, Kaylin
Dworsky and Sarah Bludau
scored nine points, Julie
Brown scored seven points,
Emile Mudd chipped
in five points, Brianna
Haas scored four points
with Olivia Bohuslav and
Claire Pavliska scoring two
points.
• The Flatonia Lady Bulldogs earned a 47-35 district victory against Gana-

do on Friday. Flatonia led
13-6 after the first frame
and had its lead cut down
to 23-20 at halftime.
Ganado scored 11 of 15
points in the third for a
31-27 advantage. The Lady
‘Dogs came back with a
20—4 run in the fourth
quarter.
G 6 14 11 4-35
F 13 10 4 20-47
Flatonia: Kylie Mica 3 15-20 21,
Maggie Mica 3 1-4 8, Jaycee Fike3
1-2 7, Lilleane Steinhauser 2 0-0
4, Alanis Ribera 1 2-6 4, Savannah
Flood 1 0-0 2, Riley Beck 0 1-2 1. Totals 13 20-34 47

• Flatonia lost in district
for the first time on Jan. 30
with a 64-48 decision to
Schulenburg. The
Shorthorns took a 17-11
lead after the first frame
and led 32-22 at halftime.
Schulenburg went on a
16-9 run in the third quarter and Flatonia went on
a 17-16 run in the fourth
period.
F 11 11 9 17-48
S 17 15 16 16-64
Andrew Dvorak 1 12-16 14, Gus
Venegas 3 1-4 8,Kaddin Mikulik 3
0-1 7 Casen Novak 2 2-6 6, Matthew
Kozelsky 2 2-2 6, Easton Migl 2 0-0
4, Julio Castellano 1 0-0 2, Matthew
Rowell 0 1-2 1. Totals 14 18-31 48.

‘The Dogs got back on
track with a 50-46 win
over Louise on Feb. 3. The
Hornets took a 15-11 lead
after the first quarter and
Flatonia came back with
a 15-13 run in the second
to trail 28-26 at halftime.
The ‘Dogs scored 18 of 29
points in the third quarter
and Louise went on a 7-6
run in the fourth frame.
F 11 15 18 6-50
L 15 13 11 7-46
Flatonia: Casen Novak 3 8-13 14,
Kaddin Mikulik 2 5-5 10, Andrew
Dvorak 0 8-12 8, Matthew Kozelsky
1 4-8 6, Gus Venegas 2 1-2 5, Samuel Netro 2 0-1 4, Easton Migl 1 1-2 3.
Totals 11 27-43 50.

Flatonia edged Ganado,
50-48, on Friday. The Bulldogs took a 12-8 lead in the
first quarter and led 28-20
at halftime.
Flatonia scored 11 of 20
points in the third quarter
and Ganado attempted a
comeback with a 19-11 run
in the fourth box.
G 8 12 9 19-48
F 12 16 11 11-50
Flatonia: Casen Novak 5 2-2 13,
Andrew Dvorak 2 6-10 10, Matthew
Kozelsky 4 2-2 10, Kaddin Mikulik 2
4-4 8, Gus Venegas 1 2-2 4, Samuel
Netro 1 1-2 3, Easton Migl 1 0-0 2.
Totals 16 17-24 50.

• The Shiner St. Paul Car-

dinals fell to Victoria Faith
Academy 63-60 on Jan. 30.
The game was 18-18 after
the first quarter and St.
Paul went on a 13-8 run in
the second quarter to go
ahead 31-26 at halftime.
Faith Academy went on a
14-12 in the third quarter
and finished off the game
with a 23-17 run in the
fourth frame.
Marco Ynclan had 23
points, eight rebounds,
three steals and one block;
Austin Barton bagged six
points, six rebounds, one
assist and one steal;TJ Bell
scored three points, had
three rebounds and one
steal; Jed Janecek had seven points, three rebounds,
four steals and one assists;
Ryan Geiger had eight
points, six rebounds, one
assist and two steals; River Haynes had two assists
with Colton Machart getting seven points, four rebounds, one assist and two
steals.
VFA 18 8 14 23-63
SSP 18 13 12 17-60

The Cardinals beat New
Braunfels Christian Academy, 47-37, on Friday.
St. Paul lead 9-0 after the
first quarter and 16-9 at
halftime. NBCA cut their
deficit to 27-21 after the
third quarter and St. Paul
wrapped up the game with
a 20-16 run in the fourth
quarter. Ynclan had 18
points, seven rebounds,
three steals and two assists; Barton had six points;
Janecek had nine rebounds
and three points. Reagan
Beal finished with seven
points.
NBCA 0 9 12 16-37
SSP 9 7 11 20-47

The Cardinals JV team
lost to Sacred Heart 31-26
on Jan. 27 and Josh Haynes
led St. Paul with eight
points. St. Paul rebounded with a 47-38 win over
Victoria Faith on Jan. 30.
Haynes sank 19 points.
St. Paul fell to Universal
City First Baptist 60-38 on
Feb. 3. UCFB took a 16-12
lead in the first quarter and
outscored the Cardinals
12-10 in the second frame.
UCFB held a 13-10 run in
the third and scored 19 of
25 point in the fourth quarter. Ynclan had 20 points,
nine rebounds, five steals
one assists; Barton had
four points and four rebounds; Geiger added nine

rebounds and six points
while Machart finished
with five boards and four
points.
SSP 12 10 10 6-38
UCFB 16 12 13 19-60

• The Gonzales Lady
Apaches fell to Navarro
on Friday 98-40 and the
Apaches lost to the Panthers 64-30.
• The Yoakum Lady Bulldogs fell to Navarro, 57-34,
Feb. 3. Navarro took a 14-7
lead in the first quarter and
outscored Yoakum 17-11
in the second frame. The
Lady Panthers went on a
16-7 run in the third period and a 16-9 run in the
fourth quarter.
N 14 17 16 10-57
Y 7 11 7 9-34
Yoakum: Latrice Brown 15, Faith
Hagan 6, Camisha Williams 5, Jordan Payne 4, Lauren Caka 2, Kara
Pohl 2.

The Yoakum JV team
beat Navarro 44-25 with
15 points from Madison
Harrison and 11 from
Stephanie Rosas. The Lady
Bulldogs won the freshman game 22-10 with
nine points from Miranda
Bridges.
Yoakum lost to Cuero,
44-20, on Friday. Cuero
managed an 8-2 lead after
the first quarter and outscored Yoaum 8-5 in the
second box. The Lady Gobblers scored 12 of 18 points
in the third quarter and
then went on a 16-9 run in
the fourth quarter.
Y 2 5 6 9-20
C 8 8 12 16-44
Yoakum: Latrice Brown 5, Jordan
Payne 4, Kara Pohl 4, Rhyleigh Johnson 4, Camisha Williams 2, Faith
Hagan 1.

Yoakum won the JV
game 37-19 and was led by
Harrison with 16 points.
The Lady ‘Dogs won the
freshman game 32-28 with
13 points from Hannah
Stansberry.
Yoakum fell to Wimberly, 50-33, on Tuesday. Yoakum led 6-4 after the first
quarter and the Lady Texans went on a 17-10 run in
the second.
Wimberly scored 18 of
27 points in the third quarter and held an 11-8 advantage in the fourth quarter.
Y 6 10 9 8-33
W4 17 18 11-50

HOOPS ROUNDUP Page 18

Gonzales High School powerlifters compete in Yorktown,San Marcos meets
The Gonzales Lady
Apaches soccer team fell
8-0 on the road to Beeville
on Jan. 27.
“We did better with being patience and chemistry
is starting to form,” Lady
Apaches head coach Jenna
Philips said. The kids are
very dedicated and positive.”
The Lady Apaches lost
3-0 to La Vernia at home
Jan. 30.
Gonzales ended a goalscoring drought Friday at
home in a 5-1 loss to La
Grange. The Lady Apaches
got a goal by Blanca Hernandez in the first half for
a 1-1 tie and the score remained that way until La
Grange scored four goals in
the final 15 minutes of play.
“We had a little fatigue
and were plagued by some
injuries,” Philips said. “The
girls played a lot more aggressive than in previous
games and looked more
comfortable. I’m proud of
the way they are progressing.”
• The Gonzales Apaches

soccer team defeated New
Braunfels Canyon, 5-1, on
Jan. 27. Apache goal scorers in the game were John
Bashaw, Angel Flores and
Rogelio Sanchez.
“We are doing a little better in communication, but
still need more work, passing is coming along but still
need more work. Overall,
the team is improving every game,” GHS head coach
Greg Ramirez said.
The Apaches earned a
competitive 4-0 win over
Beeville on Jan. 30 at home.
Goal scorers were Flores
with two goals, Bashaw
with one goal and successful penalty kick from keeper Daniel Barrientos.
Gonzales beat Pleasanton on Friday 4-2.
Jose Flores, Angel Flores,
Bashaw and Sanchez had a
goal each in the victory.
• The Gonzales Lady
Apaches powerlifting team
placed No. 10 in the Yorktown meet with six points
and Nixon-Smiley tied for
No. 18 on Jan 31.
Gabby Rodriguez came

in second place in the 220plus class. She totaled 705,
with 310 on squat, 145
bench press and 250 deadlift.
Marissa Garcia placed
fifth in the 105-pound class
with a total of 315, 125
squat, 55 bench and 135
deadlift. Alexis Cerda was
sixth in the 165 class with a
total of 615. She had a 230
squat, 105 bench and 280
deadlift. Tori Ince came in
No. 15 in the 132 class with
a total of 465. She had 170
squat, 85 bench press and
deadlift of 210.
The Lady Apaches competed in the Rattler powerlifting meet Saturday in
San Marcos, coming in at
No. 11.
Ashton Miller was third
in the 198 with a 245 squat,
120 bench press and 305
deadlift for a total of 670.
Ince was eighth in the
132 class with a total of 480,
180 squat, 85 bench press
and 215 deadlift.
The Apaches also came
in at No. 11 in the meet.
Jacob Villareal was sec-

ond in the 114 with a 675
total, 290 squat, 120 bench
press and 265 deadlift.
Trent Schauer was fourth
in the 198 with a total of
1,150. He had a 420 on
squat, 270 bench press and
a 460 deadlift.
Alex Ortiz was sixth
in the 148 with a total of
1,005, a 400 squat, 245 on
the bench press and a deadlift of 360. Jeremiah Cantu
was eighth in the 242. He
totaled 1,100; 450 squat,
265 bench press and a 385
deadlift.
•In recent GHS tennis
action, mixed doubles Zach
Hernandez and Lucero
Luna came in second at the
San Marcos Tournament
Jan. 30 while Madaline Kocian came in fourth in girls’
singles. Caden Low came
in sixth place in boys’ singles in his first-ever varsity
tournament.
In the Yoakum Tournament Thursday and Friday, Matthew Grauke and
Hernandez came in first
place in third place in boys
doubles while Jacob Burke

and Rene Bibas finished in
fourth place.
In junior varsity action
in Yoakum, Valaria Aguayo

came in first in girls singles,
and Clayton Wilkerson and
Caitlyn Stern were first in
mixed doubles.

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