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Posted: Wednesday, October 3, 2018 12:00 pm

A compilation of local sports and related events.



Bulldog Tennis lost to the Wimberley Texans, 0-10, in our last match on Thursday.

Despite this, the team is making great strides and I'm seeing improvements across the board. The boys were particularly challenged by a strong Texan team, and they made a proud Bulldog showing.

Our Players of the week are: Michael Nevarez and Logan Persyn for great play and implementation of a game plan!

Coach Ginger Frye

Cross Country

All four of the Bandera Middle School Cross Country teams flexed their muscles in Poth on Saturday as each of the four teams, seventh and eighth grade girls and seventh and eighth grade boys, won their respective divisions.

All four teams will get a short rest before running at Bandera City Park this Wednesday. The meet will start at  4 p.m.  

Editor’s note: No times were made available by press deadline.

Jr. Bulldogs

The Bandera Jr. Bulldogs played at Kerrville Tivy Stadium for their third game of the season against Junction #2 and ended up with a 19-6 win.

It was a great match up and the very first play saw Junction pass for a 40-yard touchdown right down the middle of the field

After being scored on for the first time this season, the Jr. Bulldogs clawed back with a handoff from QB Campbell Jackson to Mitchell Powell to even the score on their first possession with a run from 45 yards out.

The Bulldogs second touchdown was from 40 yards out by Gatlin Winkler and Bandera capped off the scoring from 35 yards out on a fake handoff and keeper by Jackson.

Defensively, Bandera held Junction after that first play with amazing plays by Breydan Gherman, Jantz Botos,  Michael Garcia, Alex Rodriguez and an interception on the goal line by James Bauer late in the fourth.

Coach Ron Gherman


The team of Logan Bourgeois, a BMS eighth grader, and Kaden Wiedenfeild took second place out of 98 teams at the Faith Angler Network Lake Travis Tournament held on Saturday. The team’s five bass weighed in at 12.64 pounds. Bourgeois also plays basketball for the Bandera Middle School Bulldogs. 

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