Sports

April 22, 2015 - Shelbyville varsity baseball claims 5th district win by defeating MT Enterprise 12-1 in 5 innings.

Dragons are now 5-6 in district play with 3 games left and need to run the table and also get some help to reach postseason.

Coach Turner has done an outstanding job this year keeping his team competitive in every game thus far. The dragons currently do not have a senior on the squad and the future looks very bright.

April 22, 2015 - The boys doubles team of Adam Reeves / Alec Lucas and girls doubles team of Julie Garcia / Malory Nehring finished 2nd at the UIL Region 3 tournament yesterday and earned a spot in the State Tournament. Both teams had an outstanding tournament making the finals before losing to the eventual region champions in a nail biter. The boys doubles score was 7-5, 5-7, 6-7 and the girls score was 4-6, 1-6. Center was well represented at this years tournament with 14 region qualifiers and now 4 state qualifiers.

Many opposing coaches and fans went out of their way to compliment our players , parents, and coaches about our players high level of sportsmanship, character and determination on the court. Words cannot describe the amount of pride and honor it is to work with this incredible group, and hear those kind words about our players and this team.

Center also had their other boys and girls doubles reach the region semifinals and finish 4th in the region. They are all seniors as follows: Chris Dunn / Kamden Lucas and Faith Lengl / Rylee Hudspeth.

In mixed doubles the teams of Dustin Bennett / Sheridan Cassell (senior) and Allison Langford / Tony Garcia lost in 3 sets on the first day to teams that went on to make the semifinals.
Both teams were just a few points a way from being region semifinalists as well.

In singles, Zack Fausett (sophomore) faced a tough first round opponent but gained alot of experience in his first region tournament. Whitlee Reed (sophomore) won her first round reaching the region quarterfinals before losing to a state qualifier who finished 2nd in the tournament.

Both Zack and Whitlee as well as Tony, Allison, Julie, Malory and Dustin will be returning and the future looks bright!!

To all of our Seniors of 2015, Thank You. The success you have had on the court is only the beginning of the success you are going to have off the court.

The STATE tournament will be held at Texas A&M on May 12-13.

April 20, 2015 - Center High School Soccer team All-District selections have been announced.

Raul LaraNewcomer of the Year - Raul Lara

Receiving First Team All District - Marcos Lopez, Isidro Lopez, Lorenzo Angel, Juan Ramirez

Second Team All-District
Raul Lara, Aung Thein, Arnol Escobedo.

April 20, 2015 - The Center Lady Rider Soccer team had its best season yet and had the All-District selections to show for it. Recipients were as follows:

1st team - Mari Cruz Gonzalez and Dulce Gonzalez

2nd Team - Damaris Mendoza and Diana Solis

Honorable Mention - Erika Figueroa, Bethany Guerrero and Lorena Gonzalez

Academic All District - Carla Almaguer, Erika Figueroa, Elisabet Guerrero, Lorena Gonzalez, MariCruz Gonzalez, Mayra Hernandez, Dulce Gonzalez, Gabriela Landin, Jacqueline Alejaldre, Jacqueline Alvarado, and Mari Carmen Garcia

April 20, 2015 - Two Center Roughrider Soccer players were selected to the All-State Tournament Team: Aung Thein and Julian Jimenez.

April 20, 2015 - Farmers State Bank donated two brand new scoreboards to Joaquin Youth sports for two fields. We express our appreciation to the bank for supporting the baseball/softball program and supporting the youth in Joaquin.

 

 

April 19, 2015 - The Wildwings Baseball team competed in a 8u tournament in Rowlett, Texas this past weekend. The team advanced to the championship where they placed 2nd place after a hard loss of 17-18.

We are so proud of our team and special thanks to our coaches and sponsors!

April 13, 2015 - On Saturday, April 11th, the Shelby County Junior Bass Anglers competed at the SETX Tournament. There were 351 boats registered to fish. Center High School students, Jared Wiggins and Brett Clark placed 6th. They also received a scholarship. This win not only awarded them monetarily, it also puts the duo in 1st Place in the SETX overall standings!

April 13, 2015 - Center Roughrider Soccer will face Liberty Hill on Wednesday, April 15th at 6:30pm for the State Semi-Final. The game will be in Georgetown. If they win, they will play for the State Championship on Friday, April 17th at 4:00pm!

April 13, 2015 - Center Tennis competed in the District Tournament at Center ISD on Monday, April 6th. The program as a whole won the overall Varsity and JV boys and girls district championship in a landslide. Henderson placed 2nd, Tatum came in 3rd, Carthage placed 4th and Rusk brought in 5th in overall varsity points.

The individual varsity results are as follows:

Boys V Doubles

1st place - Adam Reeves / Alec Lucas
2nd place - Chris Dunn / Kamden Lucas
3rd place - Tatum
4th place - Henderson

Girls V Doubles

1st place - Julie Garcia / Malory Nehring
2nd place - Faith Lengl / Rylee Hudspeth

3rd place - Henderson
4th place - Tatum

Mixed V Doubles

1st place - Tony Garcia / Allison Langford
2nd place - Dustin Bennett / Sheridan Cassell
3rd place - Tatum
4th place - Carthage

Boys V Singles

1st place - Henderson
2nd place - Zack Fausett
3rd place - Henderson

4th place - Nate Morris

Girls V Singles

1st place - Henderson
2nd place - Whitlee Reed
3rd place - Tatum

4th place - Megan Dunn

All 1st and 2nd place finishers will advance to the Region 3 Championship on April 20-21 at Bryan HS. Center will advance 14 players, Henderson 2 players.

Center Tennis also dominated the overall district in JV.

Junior varsity results:

Girls JV Singles

1st place - Mackenzie Dykes
2nd place - Emma Locke

3rd place - Rylee Morris

Girls JV doubles

1st place - Hailey Haddox / Taylor Amburn
2nd place - Kandace Lee / Jacee Hooks

Boys JV Singles

1st place - Joel Martinez
2nd place - Abram Morales
3rd place - Kobe Whisenant

Coach Dykes explained, "Outstanding showing and words cannot describe how much pride and how much work these players have put into this program and their results continue to show why they are champions. Go Riders!!!"

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