Boerne crushes Tyler Chapel Hill, clinches first UIL State appearance; Wimberley outlasts Cuero in epic semifinal clash; Bunn powers Poth to big win over Harmony
Boerne, Wimberley and Poth will represent the greater San Antonio area in next week's UIL State Football Championship Games at AT&T Stadium after some thrilling state semifinal action on Friday.
Brennan crushes Los Fresnos, sets up rematch with Lake Travis; Alamo Heights takes down Gregory-Portland, faces Liberty Hill next; Falls City hands Sabinal first loss
As we prepare for Thanksgiving, 16 teams from the greater San Antonio area are thankful to still be alive in the high school football playoffs, including Brennan and Alamo Heights who both get a chance at redemption in the third round.
2022 high school football season preview; Brennan tops preseason rankings again; Judson, Alamo Heights among teams to watch
The Big Game Coverage Newsletter breaks down everything you need to know about some of the best teams and biggest storylines with the 2022 high school football season on the horizon.
Undefeated Brennan battles Lake Travis in fourth round; Navarro meets Cuero in rematch of Week 4 thriller; Alamo Heights in midst of deepest playoff run since 2013
Week 4 of the high school football playoffs features a clash of undefeated 2A titans, while Brennan and Alamo Heights put their 13-0 records on the line against Lake Travis and Liberty Hill.
Brennan scores 59 in rout of Austin Bowie; Alamo Heights edges Marble Falls late; Navarro stuns Sinton in overtime
Round 3 of the high school football playoffs featured plenty of standout performances, including Brennan's demolition of Austin Bowie and Navarro's dramatic overtime victory over Sinton.
VOLLEYBALL HIGHLIGHTS: Steele knocks off East Central in five-set thriller, Randolph sweeps Marion, La Vernia defeats Cuero
Week 9 of the high school volleyball season features a dramatic, five-set thriller, as Steele tops East Central in a crucial District 27-6A matchup, Randolph sweeps Marion to remain undefeated in 26-3A and La Vernia takes on Cuero in 27-4A.
DeWitt County confirms 70 COVID-19 cases, 60 recoveries
CUERO, Texas – DeWitt County announced 70 additional confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 60 additional recoveries since its last report. A majority of these new cases were tested at the government-sponsored testing center in Yorktown earlier in July, the county said in an email statement. “Officials also report five additional deaths which brings the death toll to nineteen,” the county said in the statement. A total of 591 cases have been diagnosed in DeWitt County since Gov. “202 individuals, including the 70 newly confirmed cases, are isolating at home,” the county said in a statement.
DeWitt County COVID-19 cases, recoveries
CUERO, Texas – On Aug. 12, DeWitt County officials confirmed 11 new COVID-19 cases, bringing the total number of cases in the county to 699 since March 13, officials said. Of the new cases, eight of the residents live in the Cuero ZIP code, one in the Yoakum ZIP code and two in the Yorktown ZIP code. Officials report one additional death, bringing the death toll in the county to 31. There are 102 active cases, with 96 residents quarantined at home and six at a medical facility. A total of 566 residents have recovered from the disease.
DeWitt County to conduct COVID-19 testing
CUERO, Texas – DeWitt County will offer COVID-19 testing Saturday after being selected as a mobile testing location by the Texas Department of State Health Services. According to a news release, testing will be conducted by appointment only from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Cuero Municipal Library. For any additional questions, contact The Texas Department of State Health Services at 512-883-2400. DeWitt County COVID-19 mobile test flyer (KSAT)COVID-19, the respiratory disease caused by the new virus, stands for coronavirus disease 2019. The disease first appeared in late December 2019 in Wuhan, China, but spread around the world in early 2020, causing the World Health Organization to declare a pandemic in March.
Cuero firefighters called to three unrelated fires within hours of each other
The Cuero Fire Department was kept busy early Sunday morning with three unrelated fires that sparked within hours of each other, according to a news release from DeWitt County. The first fire was called in early Sunday morning at 1:50 a.m. in the 300 block of E. Sarah, according to the news release. At 6:40 a.m., some of the crew had to be reassigned after a trash dumpster fire was called in. That fire was believed to be intentionally set, and the suspect believed to be behind the arson was arrested by the Cuero Police Department, according to the news release. Then, at about 7:50 a.m., the Cuero Volunteer Fire Department was called to a car wreck with a possible entrapment.
15 cases of coronavirus, 1 fatality reported in DeWitt County
DEWITT COUNTY, Texas – Updated April 23:As of Thursday, DeWitt County reported its 15th case of COVID-19. Updated April 17:Three new COVID-19 cases have been reported in DeWitt County, totaling the total number of cases to 13. Updated April 9:A new COVID-19 case has been reported in DeWitt County, totaling the number of cases to eight. Updated April 4:An additional COVID-19 case has been reported in DeWitt County, totaling the number of cases to seven. Original:DeWitt County officials on Thursday reported two new cases of coronavirus, bringing the total number to six cases in the county.