Yoemen pick up wins over Navasota
The Yoe baseball teams officially opened their season on Monday night. Cameron picked up a couple wins in their season opener at Navasota. The Varsity picked up a 13-7 win while the JV earned a 12-3 victory. The Yoemen’s game against Connally was cancelled on Tuesday night due to the weather. The varsity will be back in action Feb. 21-23 in the Marion Tournament and the JV will host the Cameron Tournament Feb. 22-23 at The Yards.
Four named to FCA Bowl
A quartet of Yoe athletes will soon get to take part in all-star games. The Fellowship of Christian Athletes announced the rosters for the 11th annual Heart of Texas FCA Bowls. Yoe athletes named include cheerleader Morgan Shuffield, football player Kadrian Hammond, volleyball player Darci Denio, and softball player Mackenzie Wimmer. Each of the four seniors will represent the Blue squads in this year s events. The football game is slated for 6:30 p.m. on June 8 at Waco ISD Stadium. The baseball and softball All-Star games will be held at 6:30 p.m. on June 7 at The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor in Belton while the volleyball game is set for 12:30 p.m. on June 8 at University High School in Waco.
Lady Eagles fall to Rogers
The Milano Lady Eagles (1-1) fell on road at Rogers 10-0 on Monday night.
The Lady Eagles garnered just one hit on the night when junior Kaitlyn Telg connected for a double.
Milano left five runners stranded on base, unable to push any of them across.
The Lady Eagle defense committed three errors against Rogers.
The home team strung together 11 hits against Milano. Senior pitcher Jenna Lewis absorbed the loss for the Lady Eagles. She struck out six and walked one on the night. She also gave up a home run. Milano is set to play in the Caldwell tournament on Friday and Saturday. The Lady Eagles will then open up District 27-2A play on Tuesday at Bartlett.
Milano golf team participates in tournament
The Milano golf team participated in the Caldwell tournament last week at Copperas Hollow Golf Club.
A combined varsity-junior varsity boys’ team tied with Navasota for fifth place.
Coby Doelitsch finished 10th overall with a score of 93 as the Eagles’ best finish.
The Lady Eagles golf team also placed fifth.
Mackenie Wolverton shot a personal best, according to Milano golf coach James Richardson.