The Bay City Junior High Panther track teams wrapped up a successful season at the District Meet April 9 in Angleton.
Bay City, what if I told you I had good news?
After a slow 1-2 start to district play, the Tidehaven Tigers roared through the rest of their schedule to earn a spot in the postseason.
The Bay City Ladycats and Van Vleck Lady Leopards both now know who their opponents will be for the 2015 UIL bi-district round of the softball playoffs.
Closing out their season with a three-game win streak, including a 9-5 victory over El Campo in their final game of the district and regular season clinched a third place finish in District 27-4A for the Bay City Ladycat softball team and a spot in the playoffs.
After keeping the “Ladycat” in the bag as to her decision as to which college she will be attending and which sport she’ll be playing, Bay City High basketball and track standout Sha’Niya Mitchell announced her decision Wednesday.
BCJH 8th grad athletes scoring at this year’s district meet.
The Bay City Junior High Panther and Lady Panther track teams turned in several solid performances durnig this year’ District Meet, held April 9. Above, the BCJH 7th grade athletes finishing in first through sixth place in their respective events scoring points for the team.
Van Vleck High School will be well represented at this year’s Region 3-3A track meet. Lady Leopard qualifiers for this year’s regional meet are, from left, Nia Garcia, shot put; Kimberly Brown, discus, Shayla Martin, discus and Caitlin Morton, long jump.
Representing the Leopard track team at this year's regional meet is the sprint relay foursome of, from left, Montrae Brown, Elery Alexander, De’Christian Griggs and Montrell Brown.
Looking for a trip to the state track meet at this year's regional is Leopard discus thrower De’Marcus Miles.
Delivering to the plate, Bay City pitcher Samantha Thomas was the Ladycats win leader this season. The Ladycats will take on West Columbia in the bi-district round of the playoffs starting on Thursday.
Members of the Victoria Texans visited Linnie Roberts Elementary School this week to hand out passes to those students who will be honored during their game against the Woodland Warriors in Bay City. The game will be played at Memorial Stadium beginning at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 2. Admission to the game is $5 for adults with children 12 and under admitted free.
Committing to the next level of competition, Bay City Ladycat Basketball standout Sha’Niya Mitchell signed on with the New Mexico Junior College Lady Thunderbirds on Wednesday. Taking part in the ceremony were, from left, her father Rodney Mitchell, Sha’Niya, mother Mary Williams, back, Bay City High School Counselor Shelly Grimes and Bay City High Track Coach Yvette Segura.