Yoemen Sports Network

Thu
03
May

Sports Shorts - 5/3

7 on 7 season begins today

The preparation for the start of the 2018 football begins today as the Yoemen host 7-on-7 league play from Yoe Field. Play will begin at 5:00 and each team in attendance will play three games. Teams participating in 2018 include Caldwell, Hearne and La Vega. Marlin and Thrall had competed in previous years. Cameron will host the league over the next three weeks while also starting competition in state qualifying tournaments. Cameron will be in their first tourney of the year next Saturday with the McClenan County SQT. The Yoemen will be competiting in pool play in Robinson. We will have a full preview of that tournament in next week’s edition of sports.  

 

Moore signs to run track

Thu
26
Apr

Yoe seniors go out with extra-inning win

There have been high and lows for this year’s Yoe baseball team, but on senior night, it was all positives as the Yoemen took down Academy in extra innings, 11-10. With the bases loaded and two out, junior Jale Walzel scored on a wild pitch.

 

Cameron, which finished 20-3A at 5-7, was a long-shot to make the playoffs entering play before the game.

 

The Yoemen needed to first beat Academy, have Jarrell lose to Lexington and have Rockdale upset Rogers on the same night. That all came to fruition, but Cameron still needs Jarrell (5-6) to lose to Rockale (1-10) on Tuesday to force a tie for the fourth and final playoff spot out of the district.

 

First-year head coach Hector Delgadillo and his players definitely know there were some opportunities that they let slip through their fingers earlier in the district schedule.

 

Thu
26
Apr

Sports Shorts - 4/24

Yoe golf clinches spot at state

After day one at the regional golf tournament, Cameron was on the outside looking in at a state berth. The Yoemen sat in sixth place with a score of 366, 12 strokes behind Rockdale, who sat in the third and final advancing spot.

 

The Yoemen simply did everything the could on day two, trimming 27 strokes off their first round score, for a two-day total of 705. It proved to be enough as Cameron leaped a total of three spots to finish third to earn back-to-back trips to the state tournament.

 

Day one team scores: 1. Altair Rice (344), 2. Pollok Central (346), 3. Rockdale (354), 4. Central Heights (358), 5. Groesbeck (365), 6. Cameron Yoe (366).

Final team scores: 1. Rockdale (683), 2. Pollok Central (689), 3. Cameron Yoe (705), 4. Altair Rice (737), 5. Clifton (744), 6. Central Heights (745), 7. Groesbeck (746).

 

Thu
26
Apr

Area Track Meet Results

This past week, athletes from districts 19-3A and 20-3A made the trip up to Whitney for the area track meet. Cameron was well-represented heading in the meet, and had a number of members advance on to regionals, which will take place this Friday and Saturday at Hewitt Midway. Field events will begin at 9:30 am on Friday morning, with things continuing back on Saturday at 9:00 am.

 

Davion Bynaum finished first in the 100 meter dash with a time of 10.87, and also won the 200 meter dash with a time of 22.59. Kadrian Hammond place fourth in the 400 meter dash at 51.90, Dondrick Moore was third in the long jump at 20-11.75, and the 4x100 relay team consisting of DJ Daniels, Bynaum, Iverson Westbrook and Za’Korian Spikes will be advancing with a second place finish at 42.91.

 

Wed
18
Apr

Sports Shorts - 4/19

Lady Yoe end season with pair of defeats

There is no question that Cameron had been playing better softball the second half of 20-3A league play.  The ladies had won three games in a row at one point and took Lexington down to the wire in a 8-6 loss not too long ago.  

However, the positive momentum gained has faded in the final two games of the season as the ladies fell hard to both Rogers (13-3) on the road Friday and then to rival Rockdale (14-5) at home to close out the season on Tuesday.  Cameron finishes 2018 with a 5-9 record in 20-3A. 

Rogers (L 13-3)

Rogers is 23-1 and state ranked for a reason, and they flexed their muscles on Friday in a 13-3 win over Cameron.  The win marks Rogers’ ninth of the district season by 10 or more runs.  

The game was fairly close through the first few innings as Rogers led 2-1 after Cameron had scored a run in the top of the third on a Kenzie Wimmer single to center.  

Wed
18
Apr

Yoemen cling to playoff hopes

Down in the district standings, Cameron simply needed to win every one of their three remaining games to make a strong push for the postseason Those hopes took a big hit in a loss to Rogers on the road Friday, 5-2.  Cameron did rebound with a win over rival Rockdale on Tuesday from the Yards of Cameron, 12-9, but a Jarrell win over Franklin on the same night now makes it that much more difficult to get in.  

 

Rogers (L, 5-2)

It was one bad inning that cost Cameron in a 5-2 loss to Rogers on Friday evening.  In the bottom of the third with Cameron up 2-0, the Eagles managed to send seven straight batters to the plate before an out was recorded.  By that time Rogers had scored four runs, which was more than enough for the win.  

Wed
18
Apr

Yoe posts strong showing at district track meet

It was pretty much all positives for the Yoe tracks teams this past week from the district meet in Cameron.  Three of the four teams competing took home first place while the varsity girls took fourth.  Several different athletes moved on to the area meet, which took place in Whitney on Wednesday.  Below are results from events.  The top four within each event did advance on to the area competition.  

 

JV Boys

 

Team Standings

1. Cameron Yoe (170)

2. Jarrell (119)

3. Academy (115)

4. Rockdale (100)

5. Franklin (53)

6. Rogers (33)

7. Lexington (22)

8. Hearne (0)

 

Wed
18
Apr

7 on 7 season begins May 3rd

Believe it or not, football related activities are about to get going again with the start of the 7 on 7 season on May 3. That is when Cameron will begin play in a league that hey host on May 3, May 7, May 14 and May 21.

 

Cameron is also entered into state qualifying tournaments on May 12 (Lorena/Robinson), May 19 (Gatesville) and May 26 (Burnet), before jumping into the 5A/6A ast Copperas Cove on June 4, at Belton on June 11, home on June 18 and on the road at Temple on June 25.

 

Over the next two months, it will be all about getting players in shape and learning the system.

 

Thu
12
Apr

Junior High District Tracks Results

7th Grade Boys (second, 163.5 points)

Thu
12
Apr

District track meet set for Cameron

Highlighting the Academy Relays was the 4x100 and 4x200 relay teams for the Yoemen to go along with the individual performances from Za’Kara Bryson with her first place finish in the 100-meter dash and second place finish in the 200-meter dash.  

Bryson’s 12.23 in the 100-meter Dash would have been good enough for sixth at state in 2017.  

Cameron’s 4x100 team ran a 42.92, which is just 0.08 seconds off of Rockdale’s state time from a year ago. The Tigers were the third team advancing out of regionals, behind Crockett and McGregor.  

The 4x200 squad’s 1:29.74 was also opened some eyes, finishing over four and a half seconds faster than second place Rosebud-Lott.  

The 20-3A district track meet will take place this Wednesday and Thursday in Cameron.  

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