JOHNSON CITY – Center Point ended its baseball season on the road Tuesday with a 10-0 loss against Johnson City.
Center Point loaded the bases three times in its District 29-2A softball game with Mason on Monday, but could push across only two runs during those opportunities in a 5-3 loss that also served as the season finale for the Lady Pirates.
Center Point showed some fight in the third inning of its District 29-2A baseball game when the Pirates hosted Mason on Friday night at Pirate Field, but it was not enough in what became a 23-6 win by the Punchers.
FALLS CITY – A double dose of Pirates made it out of area and will compete at the Region-IV 2A Track and Field Meet during the final week of April after doing well at the area meet held in Falls City on Wednesday.
Center Point ran its win-streak to three in a big way Saturday when the Lady Pirates plucked the Goldthwaite Eagles 9-3, running the Lady Pirates; District 29-2A softball record to 6-5.
SAN SABA – Complete results were not made readily available, but Center Point is known to have qualified four track and field athletes from district to area based on performances at the District 29-2A meet held Friday in San Saba.
HARPER – Jose Villalobos sprinted his way to a pair of first places in the varsity boys’ division and helped the Pirates finish ahead of six other teams in the standings at Harper’s Longhorn Relays held Thursday.
Center Point’s attempt at evening its District 29-2A softball record was derailed when Harper pushed across the winning run Friday to secure a 2-1 edge over the Lady Pirates.
SAN SABA – After struggling in three straight losses, Center Point jumped back into contention in the District 29-2A softball race by burying the San Saba Armadillos in a doubleheader played Tuesday in road game action.
HARPER – Center Point scored the first runs of the game, but Harper’s Longhorns stampeded back for a 16-3 win over the Pirates in a District 29-2A baseball game played Tuesday at Longhorn Field.
MASON – Center Point fell victim to Mason, 10-9, Friday in a District 29-2A softball game that went down to the final inning when the Lady Punchers pushed across the winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning.
The Lady Pirates took a first in field events when Toree Beckerson high jumped 5-0 in the girls’ varsity competition of the Pirates Relays held Thursday, and Beckerson ran legs of two third place relays.
Center Point garnered a quartet of first places in the varsity boys’ division at its own Pirate Relays held Thursday and tied for second overall in the team standings.
Center Point controlled the narrative through four innings, but Junction wrote the ending in what became a 16-10 setback for the Pirates when they hosted the Eagles on Friday in a District 29-2A baseball game.
CORPUS CHRISTI – After all the bars were racked and weights totaled, Center Point left the Girls’ State Powerlifting Meet with 2022 runner-up honors when competition was completed Wednesday at the American Bank Center.
The Pirates managed to swash and buckle some in the third and fourth innings, but not nearly enough to keep the Falls City Beavers from gnawing their way to a 25-7 nondistrtict baseball win over Center Point on Tuesday.
GOLDTHWAITE – The Center Point Lady Pirates softball team had a breakeven Spring Break set of games that were highlighted by a record making pitching performance and extra inning victory.
Despite missing the playoffs, Center Point was honored with a pair of its Pirates named to the District 29-2A All-District Boys’ Basketball Team announced recently.
Jazmin Gonzalez and Kahly Mendoza represent Center Point on the District 29-2A Girls’ All-District Basketball team recently chosen by the league’s coaches.
KNIPPA – Hector Cervantes’ first place in the varsity boys 200 meters was a highlight for the Pirates, who finished seventh overall in the Rockcrusher Relays held Wednesday in Knippa.
KNIPPA – Bolstered by a pair of first place finishers, Center Point track and field athletes competed at the Rockcrusher Relays hosted in Knippa on Wednesday.
BISHOP – Center Point athletes in top three finishes, but no Pirate advanced to state when their boys’ powerlifters competed at regional held in Bishop on Thursday and Friday.
Center Point rallied in the early innings and was tied 4-4 in its season opening baseball game against Medina on Friday at Pirates Field, but the Bobcats scratched back with 12 runs in the final three innings to sink the Pirates 16-4.
The Lady Pirates constructed an 8-0 lead for enough of a foundation that supported Center Point to a 9-8 non-district softball win over Leakey on Tuesday at Center Point's softball complex.
ROCKSPRINGS – Center Point Pirates powerlifters continued to vie for regional spots when they competed at the Angoras Lifting Invitational on Saturday, Feb. 26
EDINBURG – Center Point Lady Pirates powerlifters returned from their regional meet with five girls qualifying for state after competition that resulted in Center Point being the top Class 2A team, fifth overall squad among 60 teams represented, and there were over 400 lifters participating.
INGRAM – Grace Geurin scored off a hard ground ball hit by Mady Steele in the top of the seventh inning, resulting in the winning run for Center Point in a 15-14 non-district softball win over Ingram Tom Moore on Tuesday night at Warrior Field.
CRYSTAL CITY – After their latest competition held at Crystal City on Saturday, 13 of 15 Lady Pirates powerlifters have tentatively qualified for regional, according to Center Point head coach Mario Laque.
SABINAL – Center Point brought home the championship trophy at the Sabinal Lady Yellowjackets Softball Tournament with a 4-1 win over the host school on Saturday.
MARION – Center Point rallied from down three runs and erupted with four in the sixth inning to get past Marion 6-5 in the Lady Pirates season softball starter Wednesday.
SABINAL – Center Point posted a 2-1 record on Friday at the Sabinal Lady Yellowjackets Softball Tournament, where the Lady Pirates shutout Dilley, rallied against La Pryor and fell to Ingram Tom Moore.
GOLDTHWAITE – Center Point's boys closed the door on their basketball season on the road Tuesday ,where the Pirates lost 76-55 to District 29-2A leader Goldthwaite.
Center Point held advantage through most of its game against Mason on Friday, but the Punchers put together an amazing third quarter to fend off the Pirates 70-51 in a boys District 29-2A basketball game at Pirates Gym.
The Lady Pirates had their best offensive effort of the District 29-2A basketball campaign and led at halftime before falling to Junction 39-32 Tuesday at Pirates Gym.
JOHNSON CITY – Center Point’s six-point lead after three quarters wound up as a five point loss, 58-53, against Johnson City on Tuesday, preventing the Pirates from sweeping the Eagles in District 29-2A boys’ basketball.
JOHNSON CITY – Center Point dropped its District 29-2A road game to Johnson City 45-28 on Tuesday, keeping the Lady Pirates from securing their initial district basketball win.