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CENTER POINT — Center Point knocked off visiting Goldthwaite, 6-1, Tuesday at Lady Pirate Field to clinch a District 28-2A playoff berth.

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HARPER — Lack of bats and too many errors doomed Center Point in its District 28-2A softball rematch with Harper Friday as the Ladyhorns sent the visiting Lady Pirates home with a 9-6 loss.

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MEDINA — Center Point recorded three innings with four or more runs to mop up Medina, 16-5, in District 28-2A softball action Thursday.

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CENTER POINT — Center Point’s Victoria Beckerson and Derrick Dominguez starred for the home school by combining for three first-place finishes at the Pirates Track and Field Relays held Thursday.

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JOHNSON CITY — Center Point continued its softball roll by blasting Johnson City, 9-3, to stay near the top of the District 28-2A standings with its third consecutive win on Friday.

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JUNCTION — Center Point’s eight runs were not enough to overcome Junction’s early-inning explosion in an 18-8 loss to the Eagles Friday in District 28-2A play.

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CORPUS CHRISTI — Center Point’s Lady Pirates brought home the runner-up trophy from the Class 1A/2A division at the state powerlifting meet held Thursday at American Bank Center to cap off a fine season.

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SAN SABA — San Saba rallied from a 5-3 deficit with five runs in the bottom of the fifth inning, then held Center Point to a solo run down the stretch in handing the Lady Pirates their first District 28-2A loss, an 8-6 setback Saturday on the Armadillos’ home field.

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CENTER POINT — Center Point beat Medina twice in one week, with the second game a high-run affair on Friday as the Pirates took care of the Bobcats, 14-8, at Pirate Field.

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CENTER POINT — Center Point literally put the walk into walk-off win when the Lady Pirates rallied to beat Harper, 9-6, in both team’s District 28-2A softball opener Tuesday at Lady Pirate Field.

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CENTER POINT – Center Point sliced its way to an 18-0 win over visiting San Antonio South San-West Campus on Tuesday in non-district action, running the Lady Pirates’ early season record to 2-1.

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CENTER POINT — Class 2A beat up on Class 4A when Center Point handed Carrizo Springs an 8-2 loss in non-district softball action Friday at Lady Pirate Field.

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CENTER POINT — Center Point limited Johnson City to just three points in the third quarter, but it wasn’t enough to keep the Lady Eagles from taking a 31-23 win in District 29-2A girls basketball action Friday.

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CENTER POINT — A slow start sank Center Point when the Pirates hosted Mason in District 29-2A basketball action Friday, with the Punchers leaving with a 44-36 decision.

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A road trip to San Saba last Tuesday resulted in a 62-28 loss for Center Point as the District 29-2A schedule continued to unfold.

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Soot was still in the system and rust was evident when Our Lady of the Hills hosted a twinbill of non-district basketball games Tuesday at Cailloux Gym, with the Hawks losing both by one point.

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COMFORT — Center Point’s Nick Zuercher scored 13 points and pulled down 19 rebounds, including 15 defensive boards, but it wasn’t enough in a 62-24 Pirate loss to host Comfort Friday in non-district hoops play.

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HARPER — One streak ended and another continued when Center Point topped Harper, 21-18, in the District 14-2A and 2020 season finale for both squads Friday at Longhorn Stadium.

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LLANO -- David Lopez, representing Center Point, registered a personal best three-mile time of 20:29 to finish just outside the top 25 at Llano’s Late Season Cross Country Meet held Monday, Oct. 12.

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CENTER POINT – Experience beats youth, especially when youth hasn’t played much varsity football, which was the situation facing Center Point Friday against visiting Ozona.

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CENTER POINT — The scoreboard favored Mason 48-7 when the final was recorded Friday at Pirates Stadium, but Center Point may be able to build upon its second half effort for future outings as District 14-2A Division I games move forward.

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CENTER POINT – After rolling up a three-match win-streak that put them in the thick of the District 29-2A volleyball chase at 3-1, the Lady Pirates had no answers when they attempted to collect number four against visiting Harper on Tuesday.

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CENTER POINT – Overcoming a blowout loss in the third set, the Lady Pirates eked out victory against Junction by set scores of 25-19, 25-20, 13-25, 25-22 to move to 2-1 among District 29-2A volleyball teams after Tuesday night’s success.

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Experienced Johnson City defeated the young Lady Pirates 3-0, by set scores of 7-25, 13-25, 16-25, as both teams served up the start of District 29-2A volleyball in a match played Friday.

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An uptick in offensive production and solid-at-times defense was not enough for Center Point to overcome being stung 29-0 by the Yellowjackets of Sabinal in non-district Class 2A football action at Pirates Stadium on Friday.

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ROCKSPRINGS – Center Point’s season opening football game is one that the Pirates will probably file away and try to forget as they move forward after the Rocksprings Angoras sent Center Point home with a 44-3 defeat on Friday.

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LEAKEY --- After several near wins, Center Point notched its first victory of the season on Friday when the Lady Pirates beat Leakey in non-district volleyball action by set scores of 17-25, 25-19, 25-21, 25-17.

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Surrealness became less so and “old normal” made an appearance in the form of Center Point football taking part in a three-team scrimmage with Comfort and Florence on Thursday at Bobcat-Deer Stadium.

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Two dozen hitting errors committed by the Lady Pirates volleyball team were too much to overcome Tuesday during three tight matches that fell Comfort’s way instead by scores of 19-25, 23-25, 21-25.

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Center Point will hold two events to honor Pirates and Lady Pirates for their athletic accomplishments, and both will be as non-virtual as can be managed due to some social-distancing guidelines still in place.

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SAN ANTONIO -- Center Point mustered only four hits and that many baserunners in going down 13-0 against San Antonio Cornerstone Christian in a baseball game played Monday night.

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Our Lady of the Hills broke a 2-2 tie with one run in the fifth inning and went on to defeat Center Point 8-3 in baseball on Friday night at Pirate Field.

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SAN ANTONIO – Center Point pitchers combined on a 12-strikeout performance and the Pirates doubled up on hits over Class 5A San Antonio Veteran’s Memorial's JV squad enroute to a 4-2 win on Friday.

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Center Point opened their 2020 baseball season with a 15-7 loss to San Antonio St. Anthony on Tuesday night at Pirate Field.

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CENTER POINT — Just three days removed from a home-court win over Junction that forced a play-in contest, Center Point was unable to duplicate its previous success and fell to the visiting Eagles, 43-20, in a battle for District 29-2A’s fourth and final playoff berth Friday.

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HARPER -- Hitting some three pointers was not enough to help the Pirates during a 48-35 setback against Harper when the two teams met at Harper's Longhorn Gym on Friday.

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TILDEN – Center Point scratched up a boys non-district basketball game with the McMullen County Cowboys on Tuesday to compensate for a previously open date on the Pirates schedule, but things did not add up in their favor as the Cowboys scuttled the Pirates 50-27.

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SOMERSET – Center Point won both boys and girls championships and the freshman girls titled at another powerlfting meet, this time it being the Bulldog Invitational at Somerset.

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Mason scrambled back from deficits in the first quarter and at halftime to hand Center Point a 46-35 setback in District 27-2A boys basketball action on Friday night at Pirate Gym.