Just like the past four years, the Center Point football team experienced plenty of success in the success in the regular season.
Junior quarterback Kolten Kitchens gave Center Point fans a scare when he left the game in the second half with an ankle sprain. Pirates’ running back Sammy Bustamante suffered a sprained knee in the loss to Ingram.
For the first three games of the season, Ingram Tom Moore quarterback Tim Leatherman has propelled the Warriors with his legs, but Friday night he did it with his arm.
After rushing out to a 2-0 lead in its match against visiting Center Point on Tuesday, Comfort needed everything it could muster in the final two sets to win in four games in a non-district match.
After Friday’s scrimmages, it’s still completely rational to believe that every Kerr County high school football team is going to be great this season.
Coach Bubba Walters began his summary of Center Point’s scrimmage against Comfort with some good news. And some bad news.` The good news? His Pirates played well offensively on Friday night. The bad news? Well, Center Point’s defense has some room for growth.
Coach Bubba Walters doesn’t remember exactly what he said to Cody Daily a year ago. But in retrospect, the conversation turned out to be pretty important for his Center Point football program, altering the course of the Pirates’ 2018 football season.
SEGUIN — After recording the second out in the top of the fourth, Center Point’s infielders rushed into the circle to high five senior pitcher Bobbi Leitha.
CENTER POINT — After Cody Daily tossed another strikeout to end the sixth, Center Point coach Bubba Walters sported a smile as he trotted out of the dugout to high five his junior pitcher.
The Center Point baseball team suffered its first district loss on Tuesday night, falling to Mason, 7-5, at home. But coach Bubba Walters wasn’t upset with his team. In fact, he was rather happy with the way his Pirates (2-1 District 29-2A) competed against the Punchers. Starter Kolten Kitch…
Welcome to the launch of “Where are they now,” a semi-weekly series I hope to run during the spring on five Hill Country alumni who are currently excelling in college athletics.
As soon as the Center Point baseball team wrapped up its 9-1 victory over Harper on Friday night, coach Bubba Walters pointed his truck in the direction of Texas A&M, where he will watch his son Aaron Walters and his Aggie teammates begin a three-game series against Gonzaga.
Moments after Our Lady of the Hills’ 52-2 drubbing of Victoria Faith last Friday night, the majority of its players jaunted over to senior Mason Sirianni’s home to celebrate the victory.
Inside the Center Point football locker room hangs a poster. Whenever the Pirates need a dose of inspiration, they turn their eyes to the message on the placard.
On Friday evening, the Comfort football team traveled west on Texas 27 for a three-team scrimmage against Center Point and San Antonio St. Gerard. For Comfort coach Brandon Easterly, this was his first opportunity to watch the Bobcats perform against opposing competition.
CENTER POINT — Multiple times, Bubba Walters sported a grin during a 30-minute interview inside his office on Monday afternoon. Multiple times, he made it clear he’s excited about the future of Center Point athletics.
JOuRDANTON — Center Point coach Bubba Walters rested on a black bucket as his players slowly gathered around him behind the visitor’s dugout. From this perch, he saw the pained expressions in each of his players’ faces. He knew how much they were hurting, but encouraged them to see the bigge…
Nearly every morning during her freshman year, Marissa Olvera worked out in Center Point High School’s weight room. Sometimes, she was the only girl in the room, conducting workouts with Center Point’s senior boys. She admits working in such an environment could be a little intimidating, but…
CENTER POINT — Coach Bubba Walters often hears his players discuss the tantalizing possibility. They’re all aware that the Center Point High School senior class is closing in on a special accomplishment, that they possess the opportunity to etch their name in Pirates’ lore.
Editor’s note: The Hill Country Rundown is a weekly sports column that offers a mixture of analysis and opinions about the teams in the coverage area of The Kerrville Daily Times. It recaps last week’s action while looking toward the week ahead. Topics in this week’s column include Tivy voll…
Both Harper and Center Point came into Friday night’s game undefeated with identical 3-0 marks. Obviously, something had to give. And it did —exactly two minutes into the game.
The Center Point High School volleyball team is off to a strong start in district play, registering a 22-25, 25-18, 25-14, 25-20 triumph over Utopia High School on Tuesday on the Lady Pirates’ home court.
Some Friday night football games just mean more. Such will be the case when Center Point High School hosts Harper High School on Friday night at Pirates Stadium.
CENTER POINT — The Center Point High School offensive linemen still remember their first encounter with coach Sean Berry. Their new offensive line coach strolled into practice wearing a ginormous cowboy hat and immediately began cracking jokes.
CENTER POINT — Coach Caitlin Gayle has noticed the trend. The Center Point High School volleyball team simply plays with more energy whenever junior Bobbi Leitha is on the court.
(Editor’s Note: “Extra Points” is a new analytical weekly column that offers three storylines from one of the football teams in the coverage area of The Kerrville Daily Times. This week’s edition takes a look at the Center Point High School football team, as the Pirates look to remain unbeat…
Center Point’s football team cruised to a 36-24 road win over Brooks Academy Friday night to improve to 2-0 on the season, but Coach Bubba Walters admits the Pirates could have won the game by a much larger margin.
Coach Bubba Walters watched film until midnight on Thursday, dissecting every play from Center Point High School’s football scrimmage against San Saba High School.