Monday, October 12, 2009

Hornet Sports and More Update

VARSITY VOLLEYBALL: Caldwell has a huge match at home this Tuesday, October 13, against Cameron on Parent's Night. The Lady Hornets would like to challenge fans to pack Hornet gym, wear orange, cheer loud, and help use “BRING the STING” to Cameron. Game times are Freshman 5:00, JV 5:45, Varsity 6:30. The Lady Hornets are now 23-11 overall and 8-0 in district. We are currently leading the district with Cameron following at 7-1. Sondra Flippin is leading our offense with 216 kills for the season. Ashlee Hollis is leading the defense with 327 digs and Allison Alford is the assist leader as she has 431. The Lady Hornets swept Navasota Friday 25-9, 25-8, 15-15. Stat leaders for the match were Allison Alford 14 aces, 12 assists; Callee Norman 10 aces; Sondra Flippin 7 kills. All three Lady Hornet teams are currently undefeated in District and need your support to help them push past Cameron and keep their undefeated District Championship goal alive. STING'EM LADY HORNETS!!!

VARSITY FOOTBALL: Caldwell (5-1, 3-0) Friday night's much anticipated game between Navasota and Caldwell was everything Hornet fans were hoping for and then some. Not just a win, but a shut out. It was most definitely a get down and dirty game of old school, hit hard, and grind out the yards football. Let's all give a high five to Caldwell's defense which held the high-flying Navasota Rattlers to 114 yards of total offense and sacked quarterback Kye Hildreth eight times. Yes, if you were not there to see it, that is correct eight times. Linebacker LaDarion Jenkins keyed the Caldwell defensive effort. Penetrating into Navasota's backfield the entire game, sacking Hildreth 4 times. Jenkins also recovered a fumble in the fourth quarter to give his offense a chance to seal the victory. The Hornets' offense got 136 yards and two TD's from running back Kyson Woolverton for a 14-0 victory in a pivotal District 24-3A matchup. The Hornets gained 242 total yards rushing while the Hornet's stellar defense kept the ball away from the Rattlers (5-1, 1-1). Nelson Scott chipped in 81 yards on 15 carries, and D.J. Cumby had three rushes for 15 yards for the Hornets.

Friday night's win is only one of a very tough 24-3A District schedule for the Hornets. The Hornets will take this week to turn their focus to another top notch 3A team Rockdale and prepare for the Tiger's large, brutal defense. Caldwell high school football will be off this Thursday and Friday and will travel to Rockdale on October 23rd.

2009 HOMECOMING QUEEN: Friday night Lucero Carreron was named the 2009 Hornet Homecoming Queen. Congratulations Lucero. Other queen candidates were Autum Hammons, Mary Beth Meckel, & Kerrian Lynete Wyatt. The Royal Court included 9th grade Duke and Duchess, Ethan Oliver and Stacey Norman; 10th grade Eugene Wisniewski IV and Grace Anne Dusek; 11th grade James Colby Morton and Hollie Lynn Chennault.

VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY: Girls cross country team finished fourth at the Cameron Invitational Meet on Sept. 28. Casey Brinkman finished third with a time of 13:26. Others who placed were Pam Zboril 19th, 14:23; Jerrika Rodriguez 32nd, 14:53; Julynn Clayton 42nd, 15:19; Edith Torres 44th, 15:21; Kara Ihlenfeldt 53rd, 15:57; and Samantha Rodriguez 68th, 18:01. The Varsity Boys results included J.J. Rodriguez 37th, 18:01; Justin Heaton 41st, 18:10; Pedro Arguello 43rd, 18:26; Justin Ellard 55th, 19:27; Wayde Chapman 57th, 19:49; Ryan Hilburn 61st, 20:24; and J.T. Ashorn 69th, 21:50. Information for this week’s meet not available at time of print.

JV VOLLEYBALL: Friday night the Lady Hornets improved their overall record to 15-6 and district record to 8-0 by defeating Navasota in a two game sweep. The ladies also defeating Rudder last Friday in a two game match by the scores: 25-19 and 25-21. Last Friday’s match was a big win for the ladies since Rudder was the only other undefeated team in district. The ladies also defeated Taylor this past Tuesday by the score 25-11 & 25-22.

FRESHMAN VOLLEYBALL: Record for season is 16-4 and for district is 8-0. The Freshman Lady Hornets defeated Taylor 25-6, 25-21; and shutout Navasota Friday in a two game sweep.

MIDDLE SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL vs. Cameron 7A Lost 19-25, 24-26; Record 3-2; Hornet Hustle Gaby Martinez, Haylie Ewald; 7B Won 25-18, 25-15; Record 2-3; Hornet Hustle Catherine Mendez, Alana Avile and Tori Lohse; 8A Lost 19-25, 25-9, 24-26; Record 4-1; Hornet Hustle Kelsea Muzny, Katie Bradshaw, Britnie Rice; 8B Lost 12-25, 14-25; Record 1-4; Hornet Hustle Karena Calderon
JV & FRESHMAN FOOTBALL: Played Navasota Thursday in Navasota. Freshman lost 0-24. Coach Mueller said boys played hard & had good defensive goal line stand. JV won 21-0. TD’s from Robert Vychopen, David Smith & Antwoine Heath. Antoine also added a 2pt. conversion and Vychopen had 2 PAT’s.
MIDDLE SCHOOL FOOTBALL: All teams played Navasota in Caldwell. 7th Grade B Team; Lost 0-22: 7B record is 1 – 4; Overall; 1 – 1 in District; 7th Grade A Team; Lost 12-26: Colton Lilie ran for two touchdowns. 7A record is now 2-3; 1-1 in District; 8th Grade B Team; Lost 8-14: Tyler Houghton ran for one touchdown. Braxton Haynes ran for one 2-point conversion. 8B record is 1-3 on the year, 1-1 in District. 8th Grade A Team; Won 32-0: Timothy Escalona ran for two touchdowns. Dylan Drgac and Tanner Luna each ran for one touchdown. Jake Payonk returned an interception 14 yards for one touchdown. Redmond Ward ran for one 2-point conversion. 8A record is 4-1 on the year. 2-0 in District. Middle School football will play Academy in Caldwell next Thursday, October 15thth, starting at 4:30 pm.

JV CROSS COUNTRY: Junior Varsity boys finished sixth with 146 points. Results included Francois Pagay 14th, 19:16; James Revilla 46th, 21:39; Blake Bean 53rd, 22:14; James Baldwin 54th, 22:15; Victor Amaya 57th, 22:27; Josh Kitchens 58th, 22:32 and Zach Aldridge 64th, 23:39. The Junior Varsity Girls who finished included Brittanie Hignight 16th, Angel Perkkio, 33rd; Meagan Boell 35th, and Jill Jaecks 51st. Results from this week’s meet not available.
MIDDLE SCHOOL CROSS COUNTRY: The middle school girls and boys cross country teams finished third and ninth respectively at the Cameron meet. Renae Rodriguez won First Place for the girls with a time of 13:03. Other runners who finished included Laura Romero 20th, Ally Borrego 21st, Madison Homeyer 28th, Carly Cruz 33, Ally Zavodny 47th, and Caroline Vasquez 66th. Boys who finished and their placing include Caleb Reeves 39th, Ralph Bishop 56th, Shelton Dawson 57th, Esteban Nunez 74th, and Jesse Tucker 76th.

MINI-CHEER CAMP: Mini-Cheer camp has been postponed to February 6th. The mini-campers will perform at the basketball games on February 9th.