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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.

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CENTER POINT – The Mason Lady Punchers left Center Point with a 57-12 win over the Lady Pirates on Friday night at Pirate Gym in a District 27-2A girls basketball contest.

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SAN SABA – District 27-2A boys’ basketball opening action as not kind for the Center Point Pirates ,who fell hard to San Saba 71-17 on Tuesday.

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CENTER POINT -- A potential District 27-2A basketball victory slipped away for the Lady Pirates when they suffered a fourth quarter slump in what wound up being a 46-26 loss to Junction on Tuesday.

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INGRAM -- Despite holding the Warriors scoreless in the second quarter, Center Point could not capitalize on the momentum and fell to Ingram 52-47 in boys' basketball action Tuesday at Warrior Gym.

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Center Point’s powerlifting program has traditionally been strong on the girls’ side of the weightroom, but this season there looks to be something positive coming up for the boys as well, based on their results at the team’s first meet of the season at Natalia as the boys placed third in th…

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Their first game of 2020 was not a reason for celebration as the Pirates fell to St. Anthony 50-29 on Tuesday in a non-district boys’ basketball game at Pirate Gym.

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CENTER POINT – The Pirates skinned the Bobcats of Medina 45-31 to pick up Center Point’s first win in boys’ basketball for the young season.

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CENTER POINT – The Lady Pirates are still searching for their first win after losing to Comfort 65-11 on Tuesday night in Pirate Gym.

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PLEASANTON – Class 4A Pleasanton’s Eagles handed Center Point’s girls a 61-20 defeat in nondistrict basketball road game action on Friday night.

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LYTLE – It was a battle between two bands of Pirates when Center Point traveled to Lytle for nondistrict boys basketball action on Friday.

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TILDEN – Center Point went on the road and played McMullen County’s Cowboys in the Pirates’ season basketball starter that ended with the Cowboys over the Pirates 53-25.

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CENTER POINT – The Center Point Lady Pirates opened their basketball season at home on Tuesday against Class 3A Johnson City with the Eagles winning 33-20.

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LLANO – Center Point had their playoff appearance cut short by the Thorndale Bulldogs in a 58-23 decision during a Class 2A Division-I bi-district football game played at Yellowjacket Stadium in Llano on Thursday night.

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JUNCTION – Center Point produced season highs in passing yards and rushing totals for runningback Alex Valadez and needed to cash in on every single one of those markers in holding off Junction 58-48 Friday in the regular season finale for both squads.

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D'HANIS -- The Center Point Lady Pirates were scratched out of volleyball playoff contention in four sets by the Brackett Tigerettes on Monday in a Class 2A bi-district match played in D'Hanis.

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CENTER POINT – The Pirates were sailing in search of a football playoff berth from District 14-2A Div. I on Friday when they hosted Mason’s Punchers ,but the defending state champions did not allow themselves to get anchored by an upset enroute to blanking Center Point 42-0.

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After an easy opening set win the Lady Pirates struggled at times before finally putting away Lee Academy’s Wolfpack to secure their latest win in Distric 29-2A volleyball action on Tuesday in Pirate Gym.

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The Lady Pirates stole a set off Harper, but ultimately fell 3-1 to the Lady Longhorns, but head coach Caitlin Whittle was still pleased in her team’s showing against District 29-2A’s volleyball leader n Friday at Pirate Gym.

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The Lady Pirates won for the third time in four matches and stayed afloat in the 29-2A volleyball race by dispatching Great Hearts Monte Vista in three sets Tuesday at Pirates Gym 25-15, 25-21, 27-25.

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SAN SABA – A season’s worth of hard work paid off for Center Point’s Vanessa Fernandez at the District 27-2A Cross Country Meet held Tuesday, Oct. 14 when she ran well enough to qualify for regional competition.

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SAN ANTONIO – The Lady Pirates stayed afloat in District 29-2A volleyball circles by sailing by San Antonio Lee Academy in three sets on Tuesday by scores of 25-11, 25-15, 25-11.

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HARPER – Center Point saw their mild win streak halted by the Harper Longhorns on Tuesday in a District 29-2A volleyball match.

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INGRAM – Center Point’s rushing offense was held in check for the first time this season and the end result was a 24-2 defeat at the hands of the Ingram Tom Moore Warriors in the Pirates' next to last nondistrict contest.

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SAN ANTONIO – The Lady Pirates saw contributions from a number of players on Friday in defeating Great Hearts Monte Vista 3-1 for another District 29-2A volleyball victory.

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CENTER POINT – The Lady Pirates snapped a three-match skid by downing Medina on Tuesday in four sets 15-25, 25-20, 25-18, 25-18 for their first District 29-2A volleyball win at Pirates Gym.

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CENTER POINT – For the second straight game, the Center Point skinned a bunch of cats, notably a pack of Panthers, during their 38-7 win over TMI on Thursday, Sep. 12 at Pirates Stadium.

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COMFORT – Center Point lasted four games with Comfort on Tuesday, Aug. 20, but ultimately fell to Comfort in pre-district road game action by set scores of 19-25, 8-25, 25-19, 22-25.

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An old adage goes that if one keeps digging themselves into a hole, they should stop digging, but luckily the Lady Pirates volleyball team did not take that to heart Friday against San Marcos Academy at Pirate Gym.