Sports

May 12, 2021 - Timpson High School recently sent athletes to Mike A. Myers Stadium in Austin Texas for State University Interscholastic League Track and Field Events. Among their successes was a gold medal first-place effort in the coveted 4x100 Meters Relay.

The Bears team is made up of Trey Davis, Teo Tejero, Ja'voskieon Howard and Dajuan Tutt. Fellow Bear athlete Malachi Blanton placed sixth in the 300M hurdles.

Pictured with the athletes are coaches: Alex Cloudy, Patrick Gandy and Chandler Burgay. All former Shelby County high school athletes!

May 12, 2021 - The UIL Track and Field State Championships took place this past weekend in Austin, Texas and Joaquin Ram Junior, Victoria Byrd, brought home 3 individual medals.

She earned her first medal in the Long jump competition where she placed 3rd in the event with a jump of 17’ 9.25 inches. Victoria also competed in the 100m and 200m events and took Gold in both, naming her the 2A State Champion in those events. She ran her personal best in both sprints with a 12.02 in the 100m and 25.07 in the 200m.

We are so Proud of her!!

Mindy Bragg, JHS Track Coach

May 11, 2021 - Joaquin ISD will release early at 1:25pm on Friday, May 14th, in an effort to give everyone a chance to go to the playoff softball game in Rusk at Rusk High School.

The Regional Quarterfinals (Best of Three Series) playoff against Lovelady information is as follows:

Joaquin Lady Rams vs. Lovelady

  • Game 1: Thursday, May 13 at 6pm
  • Game 2: Friday, May 14 at 4pm 
  • Game 3: Saturday, May 15 at noon if needed

Ticket Prices are adult $5 and children $3.

Please show up to support our Lady Rams!

May 10, 2021 - The Joaquin Lady Rams are in the Regional Quarterfinals and will play against Lovelady on May 13 through May 15th at Rusk High School. Regional Quarterfinals is the Best of Three Series.

  • Game 1: Thursday, May 13 at 6pm
  • Game 2: Friday, May 14 at 4pm 
  • Game 3: Saturday, May 15 at noon if needed

Ticket Prices are adults $5.00 and children $3.00.

Steven McCann, Womens AD

May 10, 2021 - The Shelbyville Dragons baseball team has advanced to the Area Round 2 of Playoffs and will face Centerville on May 14th and May 15th.

Area Playoffs round 2 vs. Centerville 

  • Game 1: Friday, May 14th 5:00 pm, CHS home team
  • Game 2: 30 minutes after game 1, SHS home team
  • Game 3: if needed Saturday, May 15th at 2:00 pm, flip for home

All games will be played at Brook Hill School in Bullard, TX. Tickets are $5 adults and $2 students. Passes accepted are Coaches and District.

Dragons will be in 1st base dugout all series.

Go Dragons!

Coach Hubbard

Central Pollok High School on Thursday, May 6, 2021 –

The Shelbyville Dragon’s Varsity Baseball Team won the first game of a Texas UIL Bi-District Elimination best-of-three game series with the Colmesneil Bulldogs. Shelbyville in 14-10-1 and they are the third-place team from District 23 Class 2A. Colmesneil is 8-6-1 and they are the second-place representative of District 24 2A.

The Dragons scored five runs in the bottom of the first inning with double from Grady Clay and Dylan Robbins doing much of the damage.

Dragon Trey Smith struck out the first two Bulldog batters to help Shelbyville set down the Bulldogs in 1-2-3 fashion in the bottom of the first frame. Smith would eventually pitch the whole five inning of the contest and he struck out 11 batters on the day.

The end of the third inning saw SHS lead 11-0. After three complete frames the Dragons led 16-1.

Shelbyville finished the day with a 18-1 win. They allowed only two hits and two free bases. They committed a single error in the field.

The Dragons were able to capitalize on two Bulldogs errors. They accumulated 17 hits for the day and walked 9 times. Bulldog’s pitching teamed up for only four strikeouts for the day.

The Dragons went on to win Game 2 by a 3-1 score on Saturday. They will next move on to the Area round of the playoffs with details being released later this week.

May 4, 2021 - The Joaquin Rams Softball team will play against Colmesneil in the Area Round of Playoffs in Jasper, Texas on May 7th and May 8th. It's a best of three series.

Game 1: Friday, May 7 at 4pm (Joaquin is Away)
Game 2: Saturday, May 8 at 12pm (Joaquin is Home)
Game 3: Saturday, May 8 (TBD) could be 4 or 6 pm

Ticket prices are $5 for Adults and $3 for Students.

Steven McCann, Womens AD

Stephen F. Austin’s Lumberjack Field Ballpark on Monday, May 3, 2021 –

The Joaquin Rams varsity baseball team fell to the Woden Eagles on Monday during a District 23 2A play-in game to determine the conference’s fourth place representative for the UIL playoffs.

The Rams gained an early 2-0 lead when D. Holt singled to centerfield in the bottom of the first inning and Malik Stotts followed next with a single to rightfield. They were later driven in by hits by Bennett Anglin and Drew Fuller.

Woden scored to cut the JHS lead to 2-1 in the top of the third inning but Joaquin got a lead-off base hit by Holt in the bottom of the third frame and he later tagged and scored on a teammate’s sacrifice fly to give Joaquin a 3-1 run advantage.

Joaquin’s final hit of the day came in the bottom of the fourth inning when Jairo Blanco singled to rightfield with one out. The Ram’s final base runner was also Blanco who was hit by a pitch in the last inning to lead-off the frame.

Woden scored four runs in the top of the sixth inning during a rally which gave them a 6-3 lead which held up for the remainder of the contest.

Woden’s Gage Griffin struggled early on the mound for the Eagles but gained velocity and accuracy as the contest progressed. He struck out fourteen Joaquin batters in a complete game performance.

Joaquin’s Bennett Anglin and Maddox Hutchins teamed up for seven strikeouts for the day.

Joaquin finishes their 2021 season with a 16-11 overall mark and a 9-8 district standing.

Joaquin's girls softball team is still very much alive after defeating Douglass High 21-3 and 14-0 at Nacogdoches High School during UIL Bi-District elimination play. They will next face Colmesneil.

May 3, 2021 - The Joaquin versus Woden Baseball game for tonight, May 3rd has been moved to SFA’s Baseball Field at 7pm.

 

May 3, 2021 - The 2021 Athletic Banquet presented by Roughrider Athletics is 6pm Monday, May 10, 2021 at the Windham Civic Center. Tickets will be sold at the door for $10 each. Children ages 5 and under are free. Free admission for High School Athletes. The event is catered by the Shelby County Cookers and Endless Possibilities. BBQ Chicken, sides, rolls, and dessert. For question, call the athletic office at 936-598-6173 at ext. 2231

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