Guadalupe County Elections Office provides recap of March 6 Joint Primary
Posted on 3/9/2018 8:56:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- The Guadalupe County Elections Office is wrapping up another successful March Joint Primary Election. That's according to Elections Administrator Lisa Adam. Adam says the unofficial numbers at this time report that 16,175 voters or 16.9 percent turned out to cast their ballots for their favorite Republican or Democratic candidates on Tuesday.
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March 6 Republican and Democratic 2018 Primary Election
Posted on 3/7/2018 7:43:00 AM.
 
 
Guadalupe County Justice of the Peace Pct. 2 Sheryl Sachtleben, left, and Guadalupe County Treasurer Linda Douglass, right, celebrate their re-election during Tuesday's Republican Primary Election. The two were following Seguin Radio KWED's election coverage at the Aumont Hotel Saloon. Photo by Andie Rangel.
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Candidate seizes late victory in race for county court-at-law judge
Posted on 3/7/2018 7:41:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- After leading most of Tuesday night’s race, the incumbent for Guadalupe County Court-at-Law Judge has been upset in his bid for re-election. Judge Robin Dwyer was defeated during Tuesday's Republican Primary Election by Assistant County Attorney Bill Squires. A total of 60 votes made the difference giving Squires the lead at the very end of the night. That lead essentially came in with the help of the three remaining boxes to be counted. Up until then, the race had remained tight and in Dwyer's favor.
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Commissioner Pct. 2 race heads to a run-off without incumbent
Posted on 3/7/2018 7:39:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- The incumbent in the race for Guadalupe County Commissioner Pct. 2 just couldn't garner enough support for another term in office. Commissioner Ralph "Jack" Shanafelt fell to the bottom of the race for a seat on the commissioners court during Tuesday's Republican Primary Election.
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Friday sportscast & schedule/ Thursday results
Posted on 3/9/2018 5:00:00 AM.


Thursday
Seguin baseball def. Austin-Travis 10-0, Cedar Creek 14-2 (Cedar Creek tournament)
Navarro baseball def. Boling 15-5, Fulshear 5-3 (La Grange tournament)
Navarro softball lost to Lindale 3-1 & Midland-Greenwood 6-0 (San Marcos tournament)
Friday
Seguin softball @ Alamo Heights, 7 p.m.
Seguin baseball @ Cedar Creek tournament
Navarro baseball @ LaGrange tournament
Navarro softball @ San Marcos tournament
Marion baseball @ Blanco tournament
Marion softball @ Stockdale, 7 p.m.
TLU softball @ U. of Dallas (doubleheader), 5 p.m.
TLU baseball @ UT-Dallas, 2 p.m.
Seguin girls soccer @ Marble Falls, 6:45 p.m.
Seguin boys soccer vs. Marble Falls, 6:45 p.m.


Marion trio to continue football careers with NCAA D-III programs
Posted on 3/8/2018 8:10:00 AM.
 
Marion football standouts Jacob Berry (left), Matthew Quigley (center), and Josh Rodriguez (right) finalized their college commitments during a signing event on the MHS campus Wednesday afternoon. Berry will play at Texas Lutheran University, while Quigley and Rodriguez will join the Sul Ross State program in Alpine.  
 
(Marion) – Marion High School seniors Jacob Berry, Matthew Quigley, and Josh Rodriguez signed letters of intent to continue their football careers at the NCAA Division III level Wednesday afternoon, with Berry staying close to home to attend Texas Lutheran University, and Quigley and Rodriguez heading to Alpine to play for Sul Ross State.

Seguin powerlifters qualify for THSPA state meet
Posted on 3/8/2018 8:07:00 AM.
Seguin High School athletes Ashlee Hernandez (left), Jade Ross (center) and Rebecca Castillo (right) will compete in the THSPA Division I State Powerlifting Meeting in Waco next Friday, March 16. The liefters qualified at the Region 5 Meet held in Pharr last Saturday, where Ross set a regional deadlift record with a lift of 355 pounds. Photo courtesy of Sean Hoffman, Seguin ISD.

TLU softball up to program-best No. 2 in NFCA poll for D3
Posted on 3/8/2018 8:04:00 AM.
 
(Seguin) – After a 5-1 mark at last week's National Fastpitch Coaches Association Leadoff Classic in Tucson, Ariz., Texas Lutheran Softball jumped seven spots - from No. 9 to No. 2 - in the latest NFCA Top 25 poll for NCAA Division III.

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