Gibbs, Whitehead to play for Wayland; Kleinert signs with Arlington Baptist

Bearcats Turner Grubbs, Parker Kleinert and Aaron Whitehead sign letters of intent, continuing their athletic careers to the collegiate level, as family members look on.

Three Henrietta athletes signed letters of intent Tuesday night, continuing their athletic careers at the collegiate level. Seniors Turner Gibbs and Aaron Whitehead will join athletic programs at Wayland Baptist University in the fall, while Parker Kleinert will go … [Read more...]

Fletcher to continue baseball career at Vernon College

Henrietta senior Conner Fletcher signs a letter of intent with Vernon College as parents Shannon and Ellis Fletcher and brother Cody Fletcher look on.

Henrietta pitcher and short stop Conner Fletcher signed a letter of intent Tuesday to play baseball for Vernon College. The senior Bearcat expects to fill a relief role on the mound for the Chaparrals next season with hopes of moving into the starting … [Read more...]

Despite Kleinert’s effort, Bearcats fall to Bangs in Area playoff


Bearcat Parker Kleinert allowed just two runs in Friday’s area round playoff at Weatherford College, but Henrietta couldn't get the offense going in a 2-0 defeat to Bangs. Parker was a workhorse on the mound for Bearcats, allowing one earned run, six hits and four … [Read more...]

Bearcats open playoff run by routing Merkel in two games

Students from Henrietta Elementary lined the sidewalk at Henrietta High School to give the Bearcat baseball team a big sendoff  Thursday. Henrietta drubbed Merkel in two games, 7-1 and 15-1.

Henrietta baseball advances to the area round of playoffs with two blowout wins over Merkel in in the bi-district series. On Thursday, the Bearcats defeated Merkel 7-1. Henrietta scored three runs in the fifth on on a wild pitch and a two-run double by Aaron … [Read more...]

Hanusch homers in first and fourth as Petrolia falls to Chico


Dustin Hanusch hit two home runs, but it wasn't enough to carry Petrolia to a win on Friday, as the Pirates Varsity fell to Chico 10-9 at Petrolia in seven innings. Tyler Melton got the win for Chico despite allowing nine runs over seven innings. He struck out six, … [Read more...]

Bearcats fall to Holliday despite seventh inning rally


Down by three to open the seventh inning, Henrietta batted for a comeback against District 8-2A rival Holliday Friday night, but couldn’t top the Eagles, 4-3. Henrietta put it’s first runs on the board with an RBI single from Kandon Bennett. Bennett’s fielder’s … [Read more...]

Despite Robinson’s effort, Bearcats fall to Indians in 8-2A opener


Caden Robinson did his best to change the outcome of Tueday’s 8-2A baseball opener, but couldn't pilot Henrietta past Nocona as the Bearcats took a 7-5 loss. Robinson looked sharp on the hill. He gave up just one hit, allowed no earned runs, walked one and struck out … [Read more...]

Sixth inning runs lead to Pirate win over Poolville


With an an eight-run explosion in the sixth inning, Petrolia baseball defeated Poolville on the road Tuesday night for the Pirates first win in district play. It was a good day at the plate for Pirate Bandy Mataska. Bandy went 3 for 5, driving in one run and scoring … [Read more...]

Outfielder Brown signs letter of intent with Kansas college

Tylor Brown signs a letter of intent to play baseball for Central Christian College of Kansas as Henrietta Baseball Coach Kyle Sims and parents Nancy and Jeff Brown look on.

Tylor Brown, a senior outfielder at Henrietta High School, signed a letter of intent Monday to play baseball at Central Christian College of Kansas. Brown is a second-year starter for the varsity Bearcats, and earned a second-team all district nod in his first season … [Read more...]

Bearcats dominate all-district baseball selections; Williams named MVP


After wrapping up Henrietta baseball’s best season in the program’s history, the Bearcats also dominated 8-2A’s All-District selections. Four-year letterman Joe Dell Williams has been named Co-District MVP, joining Holliday’s Brayden Boyd in the honor. Senior Philip … [Read more...]