Sports

Wed
22
Aug

Lions outscore Venus in scrimmage

The Lions outscored Venus 4-0 during the timed portion of their scrimmage on Friday.

 

Wed
15
Aug

Green and Gold face off

Dublin’s football players donned pads for the first time on Saturday for Dublin’s Green and Gold scrimmage. 

Head Coach Bob Cervetto said there’s still a long road of practice and work ahead, but he thinks it was a great start.

“It’s really neat to see the excitement,” Cervetto said. 

On Friday, Aug. 17, the varsity team will play in Venus at 7 p.m., after the JV at 6.

The freshmen will play in Stephenville at 3:45 p.m.

On Aug. 24, Dublin will host Clyde in a scrimmage freshmen at 5, JV at 6 and varsity at 7 p.m. It’s designated as “Our Day to Shine,” so ticket proceeds will benefit the Texas High School Coaches Association benevolent fund. 

Wed
08
Aug

Rise and tackle: football two-a-days gallery

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Dublin Lions, football, Dublin High School
Dublin Lions, football, Dublin High School
Dublin Lions, football, Dublin High School
Dublin Lions, football, Dublin High School
Dublin Lions, football, Dublin High School
Dublin Lions, football, Dublin High School

Sixty-two athletes attended the first day of football two-a-days Monday. That’s slightly more than last season’s first day of practice.
Marilyn Krebs  |  Citizen staff photos
 

Wed
08
Aug

Horns up: Sound of Dublin band two-a-days gallery

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Sound of Dublin Band, Dublin TX, band, high school, Dublin Lions
Sound of Dublin Band, Dublin TX, band, high school, Dublin Lions
Sound of Dublin Band, Dublin TX, band, high school, Dublin Lions
Sound of Dublin Band, Dublin TX, band, high school, Dublin Lions

Band students practiced the fundamentals of marching Monday in the secondary school parking lot as they begin to learn this season’s halftime show, Spartacus.
Marilyn Krebs  |  Citizen staff photos

Wed
08
Aug

Strong start: Volleyball starts two-a-days, scrimmages

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Addison Stout (above, right to left), Bailey Noel and Kylie Curtoys practice bumping as head coach Ryan Lewis (far right) watches. 
Marilyn Krebs  |  Citizen staff photos

Sarah Dykowski
Sports Writer

Wed
11
Jul

Cubs headed to state

The Cubs are going to State. Team members are Dalton Bullard (back row, left to right), Kyson Gilman, Henry House, Ayden Vargas, Camerson Mitchell, Casyn Wilson, Cade Johnson (center), Alex Teten, Eric Ortiz (front), Julian Caldera, Cole Heutzenroeder, Karter Hudson and Talan Konsavich. Coaches are Nick Heutzenroeder (left to right), Eric Caldera, Junior Vargas, Daniel Johnson and Zeke Wilson. The team is having a bake sale Saturday at Brookshire Brother’s starting at 8 a.m. and Sunday at the Stephenville Walmart starting at 8 a.m. to fund the trip.

Wed
11
Jul

Dominators headed to state

The 12U Dublin Dominators won the District title, earning a spot in the State tournament in Denison this week through Friday. Team members are Callie Sears (back row, left to right), Jaylee Black, Madison Turley, Chloe Cisneroz, Presley Gaitan, Jaclyn Gibson, Kiersten Fincannon, Gracelyn Geijsel, Kre Hicks, Kaylan Kiser (front row), Madelyne Parks, Avery Johnson, Emma Vargas and June Mendenhall. Coaches are Tommy Cisneroz, Toby Fincannon and Aaron Kiser.

Tue
03
Jul

Girls have strong summer

Dublin’s volleyball girls went 14-5-2 in the spring and summer league year. 

“They played some really good teams and competed against them all,” coach Ryan Lewis said. 

She added that the team defeated Brownwood and played well against Abilene Wylie. 

They also put down district opponents Eastland, Comanche, Bangs and Early. 

The team’s success especially impressed her because they dealt with so many injuries; as many as four of the 11 girls were injured at one point. 

“They have really showed how much depth with will have going into the season,” Lewis said. 

Camry Porter and Yakelin Morantes played libero. Kaylee Smith, Lessly Robles and Addison Stout were the outside hitters. Bailey Noel and Maeleigh Geijsel played at middle hitter. Kylie Curtoys and Jordyn Ricks were the setters. Brooklynn Johnson and Isabel Bustamante were defensive specialists and played on the right side. 

Wed
13
Jun

Ride packs in even more fun

Bike riders were in town for the annual Tour de Agua bike ride, which drew in 347 riders across its four courses, ranging from nine miles to 66 miles.

Organizer Brandynn Stanford reported that the event (which also featured live music, fresh food and fun at Dublin Bottling Works’ Celebration Park) raised a little more than $15,000 for Kids Across Cultures in its goal of providing safe water for children in need around the world.

Costs for the ride were covered by sponsors, meaning that all the funds raised can go toward the KAC ministry.

For more information, visit rideforthechange.com.

Wed
13
Jun

Stampede draws more than 100

More than 100 runners turned out Saturday morning for the annual Dublin Irish Stampede 10-5-2K race sponsored by the Dublin Lions Club in honor of National Dairy Month.

Awards were presented to top male and female runners in each age division, while funds raised from the event go toward the efforts of the Lions Club such as free eye exams for local students.

For a list of results, visit runsignup.com/Race/Results/20373.

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