KINGSVILLE – Center Point’s Taylor Vela punched his ticket to the state track and field meet with gold and silver medal racing performances at the Region-IV Class 2A meet Saturday at Javelina Stadium on the campus of Texas A&M Kingsville.
KYLE – Center Point’s softball ended in the first round of the Class 2A playoffs Thursday, April 27 when the Lady Pirates fell to the Milano Lady Eagles 4-1 at Kyle Lehman High School.
Center Point finished up its baseball season at home Monday, April 24, with a 17-4 loss against playoff-bound Johnson City.
Center Point spotted Medina a 1-0 lead in the District 28-2A softball finale Tuesday, April 24, but the Lady Pirates sailed to a 6-2 victory to end their regular season on a high note at their home field.
JOHNSON CITY – Despite being no-hit Friday by Johnson City pitching in its latest District 28-2A baseball game, Center Point is continuing to hustle and striving to improve, according to head coach Mario Laque.
Center Point’s all-around effort in a 9-0 win over Goldthwaite, snapping the Lady Pirates’ two game skid, was just part of the story that took place Tuesday, April 18 on Center Point’s home turf.
Center Point lost 16-2 to Harper in a District 28-2A baseball game played Tuesday in Center Point.
JUNCTION – Center Point struggled when the Lady Pirates traveled to Junction on Friday where the Lady Eagles sprang a 1-0 upset that gave Center Point its third 28-2A softball loss.
HARPER – Momentum from their first District 28-2A baseball win of the year was unable to be maintained by the Pirates when Center Point lost to Harper 11-1 Friday.
Center Point’s fourth inning go-ahead rally was countered by Johnson City in the sixth, eventually leading the Lady Eagles to 6-4 decision over the Lady Pirates when the two met in an important District 28-2A softball game played at Center Point on Tuesday, April 11.
Center Point sacked San Saba 13-3 for the Pirates first District 28-2A baseball victory Tuesday, April 11, only five days after the Armadillos had pounded Center Point by 10 runs.
JOHNSON CITY – Center Point finished fourth in one division and fifth in two others when team standings were finalized at the District 29-2A Middle School Track and Field Meet held Tuesday, April 11 at Johnson City.
MASON – The Lady Pirates punctuated their 10-3 softball win over Mason Monday, April 3 with Kaylee Blackledge's 17 strikeout performance and a pair of three run innings.
SAN SABA – Multiple hit games for three Pirates was not enough to pull Center Point past the Armadillos Thursday as San Saba sent the Pirates home with a 14-4 defeat in District 28-2A baseball action.
LLANO – Center Point golfers made tremendous improvement during round two play at the District 28-2A tournament that wrapped up in Llano Wednesday, although their efforts failed to qualify for regional.
JUNCTION – Center Point advanced four track and field athletes to Area from district once results were completed at the District 29-2A meet held Tuesday, April 4 in Junction.
The Lady Pirates extracted District 28-2A softball payback from Harper when Center Point stampeded past the Lady Longhorns 11-1 Friday at Center Point’s home park and solidified playoff aspirations in the process.
Center Point trailed only 2-1 after one inning of its Disrict 28-2A baseball game with Sonora on Friday, but the Broncos busted loose with 11 runs covering the fourth and fifth frames to saddle the Pirates with 15-1 loss.
HARPER – A pair of third place finishes highlighted efforts for the Center Point girls’ track and field team at the Longhorn Relays on Thursday.
HARPER – Center Point distance sensation Taylor Vela had another three medals day when he took a gold and two silvers at the Longhorn Relays held Thursday.
LLANO – The Center Point boys’ team sits in seventh place after one round of the District 28-2A golf tournament being held in Llano, hosted by district member Mason.
SONORA – Center Point reached .500 for the year, but more importantly stretched its District 28-2A softball record to 7-2 when the Lady Pirates busted the Sonora Broncos 10-0 Tuesday, March 28.
ABILENE – Braden Watson is a state champion, and Maurico Gallegos answered the call on his final attempt to claim a bronze medal when the Pirates pair competed at the Texas Hugh School Powerlifting State Championships completed Saturday at the Taylor County Expo Center in Abilene.
Center Point hosted its annual Pirate Relays Thursday, March 23, where several hometown track and field athletes contributed some top three medal winning performances.
After a scoreless first inning, Center Point went off for a dozen runs to bury the San Saba Lady Armadillos 12-2 Friday at Lady Pirates Field, continuing a successful run through the District 28-2A softball ranks.
Center Point Middle School had several notable efforts at its own home track and field meet held Wednesday, March 22.
GOLDTHWAITE -- Center Point finished the first round of District 28-2A softball in third place after the Lady Pirates blanked Goldthwaite 8-0 Tuesday, March 22.
Center Point found itself swept by Junction for the District 28-2A portion of the Pirates' baseball schedule when the Eagles defeated Center Point 16-4 Tuesday, March 21.
MASON – Center Point’s small roster of track and field athletes produced big successes at the Puncher Relays held Wednesday, March 15, by winning four gold medals and bronze.
JUNCTION – The Junction Eagles defeated Center Point 22-7 Tuesday, March 14, which dropped the Pirates to 0-3 in the District 28-2A baseball race.
JOHNSON CITY – In a first round showdown between two of District 28-2A’s softball contenders, Center Point found itself doubled up, 8-4, by Johnson City on Wednesday, March 15 when the Eagles used a big fourth inning to fly by the Lady Pirates.
The Lady Pirates mopped up Mason 13-0 Friday to move to 3-1 for District 28-2A softball play when Center Point hosted the Lady Punchers.
KINGSVILLE – Three Pirates powerlifters qualified from regional to state when competition was completed in Kingsville on Friday, advancing them to Abilene later in March.
JUNCTION – Center Point boasted three first place finishes from its track and field athletes at Junction’s Hubbell Relays held Thursday, March 9.
MASON – Under the schedule format being used by District 28-2A baseball teams this season, Center Point found itself facing Mason twice in the same week with similar results.
Center Point’s momentum gained from its season opening baseball win was corralled by the Mason Punchers 12-0, when both sides began District 28-A baseball action Tuesday, March 7 at Pirates Field.
HARPER – A leadoff homerun by Kaylee Blackledge and another strong outing by Blackledge on the mound was not enough to allow Center Point to get by Harper when the two District 28-2A softball contenders met Tuesday, March 8 in Harper.
Center Point got off to a roaring hot start in District 28-2A softball games when the Lady Pirates beat Sonora and San Saba for what were the team’s third straight wins overall.
Center Point rallied from a 4-0 deficit in the first inning to swat the Yellowjackets 17-7 when they beat Menard Tuesday, Feb. 28 in the Pirates home baseball opener.
KINGSVILLE – Center Point will have four Pirates representing the school’s powerlifting program when they compete at the Region-IV meet in Kingsville starting Thursday.
MEDINA – Center Point track and field teams gave solid accountings of themselves at the Bobcat Relays held at Medina Thursday, March 2 when the Lady Pirates came in second, and the Pirates finished fifth.
JUNCTION – Center Point Pirate golfers finished fourth as a team when they played the course in Junction at the Eagles Invitational held Monday, Feb. 27.
MEDINA – Center Point started its baseball season at a tournament in Medina where the Pirates went 1-3 over the recent weekend.
LLANO – Center Point went 2-3 in games at Llano’s D.I.R.T Softball Tournament held Thursday through Saturday, Feb. 23-25.
Perfection was the order of game day when Center Point hosted and beat Ingram 10-0 Tuesday, Feb. 21 in softball action between East and West Kerr County schools.
Center Point held a 4-1 lead against Class 3A Marion after five innings of the Lady Pirates’ softball season opener Monday, Feb. 13, but the Bulldogs clawed back with 10-runs in the sixth inning and added six more in the seventh to claim a 17-4 decision over Center Point on its home field.
SAN SABA – Center Point capped its boys’ basketball season with a road trip to San Saba Tuesday, Feb. 14, where the Pirates lost 81-25.
Center Point closed out this season’s home court schedule with a 63-20 loss to Johnson City when the Pirates hosted the Eagles Friday as District 29-2A basketball continued its wind down.
Center Point finished its girls’ basketball season with a 61-12 loss to Goldthwaite on Tuesday, Feb. 7 at Pirate Gym.
JUNCTION – Center Point’s first quarter lead evaporated over the final three periods, and the Pirates wound up falling to Junction 58-38 Friday, allowing the Eagles a sweep of the Pirates in District 29-2A action.
JUNCTION – The Lady Pirates scored their most points for any District 29-2A basketball game this season, but it was not enough when they left Junction with a 49-31 loss Friday.