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Lady Yoe get win over Lexington

The Lady Yoe softball team bounced back from a stinging defeat Friday with a win over district foe Lexington on Monday night.

After falling on a late error against Rogers on Friday, the Lady Yoe bounced back in a big way by knocking off Lexington at Mark Humble Softball Field 4-2. They fell to Troy 16-1 on Tuesday night.

Cameron now sits at 2-3 in district play.

Lexington opened the scoring in the first with a couple of runs on a couple of errors. But the Lady Yoe responded by plating three runs in the bottom half to take a lead they would not surrender. 

Cameron added an insurance run in the third inning. 

Cheyanne Spillers got the nod in the circle and tossed a complete game with one walk and two strikeouts. 

Senior Kenzie Wimmer had a pair of RBIs in the game as Carly Tucker and Madison Brunson drove in the other two runs for the ladies.

The ladies stumbled on Friday in their home district opener against Rogers.


Three Lady Yoe Powerlifters headed to State

Three Lady Yoe Powerlifters are headed to State.

The girls competed in the Regional Tournament finishing second this past weekend as a team.

Selene Vargas won first place in her 123-pound weight class. Yareli Contreras placed second in the 259-pound weight class and Daejanay Bell placed second in her 259+-pound weight class.

The girls will head to State on March 16.

The Yoe Powerlifters will compete at their Regional Tournament on Saturday, March 9 in West.

Boys that qualified for Regionals were: Joseph Rangel in the 132-pound weight class; Joshua Lopez in the 132-pound weight class; Fabian Solomon in the 148-pound weight class; Tyler Burt in the 181-pound weight class; Eduardo Gil in the 220-pound weight class; and Dominic Lewis in the 242-pound weight class.


Lady Yoe place second in Cameron Invitational

The Lady Yoe golf team competed in the weather-shortened Cameron Invitational Golf Tournament on Tuesday and came away with second place team. Jazmin Vaculin led the ladies with a second place finish with a score of 47. Other Lady Yoe placing were: Presley Berry in sixth place with 51, Shawn Bernard in seventh place with 53 and Lexi Stroud in 12th place with 56. 


Yoemen go 2-2 in Cameron-Rogers Tournament

The Yoe baseball team went 2-2 in their annual Cameron-Rogers Tournament last week. They go into district play sitting at 4-5 on the season.

The Yoemen began district play with Franklin on Wednesday night after moving the game from its planned Monday slot due to the freezing temperatures. Game results were not available as of press time.

The Yoemen kicked off tournament play with a loss to Brock 7-3 on Thursday. Anthony Layne took the loss for the Yoemen surrendering seven runs on five hits over five innings and striking out two. 

Brannon McCall, Bobby Borgas, Luke Greene, Jason Llanas and Layne each managed a hit during the game.

The Yoemen came back in game two on Thursday evening to defeat La Grange 4-2. 

After trailing 2-1 in the bottom of the fifth inning Richie Acosta singled on a 1-0 count, scoring two runs. 


Lady Yoe drop district opener to Rockdale, 11-8

The Lady Yoe lost the lead late in an 11-8 defeat to Rockdale on Tuesday.  

Rockdale was down 7-6 in the bottom of the fifth inning when Jineuhez homered, scoring four runs.

Kenzie Wimmer drove in four runners in the loss.

Lady Yoe got things started in the first inning when Mia Wimmer drew a walk, scoring one run.

Cheyenne Spillers led things off in the circle for the Lady Yoe. She lasted four innings, allowing five hits and nine runs while striking out two.  Madison Brunson threw two innings in relief out of the bullpen.

The Lady Yoe hit three home runs on the day. Kenzie Wimmer had a four-bagger in the third and fifth innings. Amelia Wimmer went yard in the third inning.

The Lady Yoe will be back in action Thursday in the Franklin tournament at The Ranch Complex. The Lady Yoe will play today at 4 p.m. and Friday at 9 a.m. and 10:45.


Burton Tournament


Bynaum to run track at UTEP

Yoe High School Senior Davion Bynaum signed with the University of Texas El Paso on Feb. 14 to continue his career as a student-athlete as a part of the Minor’s Track and Field Team.


Yoe wrestlers making strides as they head to Regionals

The Yoe wrestling team had a banner day at the district meet last week in a sport that is growing in popularity in Cameron.

All seven Yoe wrestlers qualified for Regionals this week in a tough 14-team 5A district.

Judith Llanas finished second in her division. Johnvanique Porter was fourth, making this her third trip to Regionals. Patience Adcock stunned the Cameron crowd with a great last match to finish third.

Seth Perez and Domanique Borgas were the top finishers for the boys.

Wrestling in the 138-pound class Perez met some of last year’s state qualifiers but managed a strong third place finish. 

Domanique Borgas keeps getting better and also finished third for a second trip to Regionals. 

Payton Aguillon was fourth and Dylan Smith also finished fourth and both will advance to Regionals.


Yoemen set for playoffs after battle with Rogers

The Yoemen defeated the Rogers Eagles 43-36 to wrap up third place in District 20-3A on Tuesday night.

They are set for bi-district next Tuesday night against Teague at Robinson High School starting at 7 p.m. The Yoemen will be the home team.

With the win the Yoemen improve to 14-10, 9-5 in district play.

“We knew it was going to be a hard fought battle tonight,” Coach Nick Burns said. “Rogers did a great job of attacking the paint and making us have to shot the three-ball. Those three’s have been falling the last few weeks, but they weren’t falling tonight.”

The Yoemen and Rogers kept the score tight for most of the first half going into the locker room with the Yoemen ahead 33-20. Rogers would never quite catch up in the second half even though both team scored 20 over two quarters.

Burns gave credit to Rogers along with his team for going toe-to-toe all the way through.


Yoemen move to 6-4 in district with win over Lexington

Photo courtesy of Pratt Sports Photography
Kobe Young takes a shot against Troy on Jan. 25. The Yoemen defeated Troy and Lexington to move to 6-4 in district play. Young had an outstanding game against Lexington scoring 30 points Tuesday night. The Yoemen are back in action on Friday against McGregor at home.








The Yoemen picked up a redemption win in Lexington as they beat the Eagles 67-55 on Tuesday night. Junior Kobe Young had an outstanding night with 30 points for the Yoemen.

With the win the Yoemen improve to 11-9 on the season and 6-4 in district play.

The Yoemen were ahead on scoring for the whole game until the fourth quarter but Lexington just could quite catch up to them. The Yoemen ended the first quarter up 15-13. The score at the end of the half was 28-25.

The Yoemen came out after the half to score 25 points in the third quarter. Lexington scored 12. The Yoemen put up 14 in the fourth quarter and Lexington put up 18.

Young was the top scorer. Others scoring for the Yoemen were Nico Vargas with 10, Calvin Stewart with eight, Dre Booze with seven, Thomas Melton with six, Kadrian Hammond with four, and Greg England with two.


Yoemen outlast Rockdale 43-39, move to 8-8 on season

The Yoemen played a close first half with archrival Rockdale on Tuesday night but pulled ahead in the second half and the Tigers never quite caught up.

Cameron won the game 43-39.

The first quarter saw Cameron up 12-10 over Rockdale. The Tigers would trail the rest of the game. After the second quarter Cameron was ahead 22-20.

Cameron scored ten in the third quarter and 11 in the fourth quarter. Rockdale added seven in the third and 12 in the fourth.

Kobe Young was the top scorer for the Yoemen, getting nine points. Kadrian Hammond and Calvin Stewart each added eight points. Rounding out the scoring were: ZaKorien Spikes with six, Dre Booze with five, Greg England with four, and Thomas Melton with three.

Mason Monzingo lead the Tigers in scoring with 11 points. Kobe Mitchell and Zac Davis added eight points and seven points respectively for the Tigers. 

With the win the Yoemen go to 8-8 on the season, 3-3 in district play. 


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