Seguin elects new city councilman
Posted on 11/7/2017 10:14:00 PM.
(Seguin) -- The vacancy on the Seguin City Council has officially been filled. Jim Lievens was the top vote getter in Tuesday's special election for the one year unexpired term for city of Seguin District 3.
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ELECTION NIGHT RESULTS
Posted on 11/7/2017 10:01:00 PM.

SEGUIN:COUNCIL, DIST 3,UT

Jim Green 14 6.17%
Jeremiah Arevalo 56 24.67%
Dennis Estes 21 9.25%
Jim Lievens 136 59.91%

SCUC:TRUSTEE,PL5

Gary W. Inmon 2152 58.12%
Grumpy Azzoz 675 18.23%
Charles Huff 876 23.66%

SCHERTZ:COUNCIL MEMBER, PL3

Scott Larson 1264 66.53%
Dani Salas 636 33.47%

SCHERTZ:COUNCIL MEMBER, PL5

David L. Scagliola 1033 52.78%
Robin Thompson 924 47.22%

CIBOLO:MAYOR

Allen Dunn 899 44.91%
Stosh Boyle 1103 55.09%
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ELECTION NIGHT RESULTS
Posted on 11/7/2017 8:45:00 PM.

SEGUIN:COUNCIL, DIST 3,UT

Jim Green 7 4.05%
Jeremiah Arevalo 53 30.64%
Dennis Estes 13 7.51%
Jim Lievens 100 57.80%

SCUC:TRUSTEE,PL5

Gary W. Inmon 1490 60.10%
Grumpy Azzoz 425 17.14%
Charles Huff 564 22.75%

SCHERTZ:COUNCIL MEMBER, PL3

Scott Larson 824 67.32%
Dani Salas 400 32.68%

SCHERTZ:COUNCIL MEMBER, PL5

David L. Scagliola 659 52.51%
Robin Thompson 596 47.49%

CIBOLO:MAYOR

Allen Dunn 589 42.31%
Stosh Boyle 803 57.69%

CIBOLO:COUNCIL MEMBER, DIST2

Verlin Garrett 180 73.47%
Krysti Raymer 65 26.53%

CIBOLO:COUNCIL MEMBER, DIST3

Charles Ruppert 57 38.78%
Brian Byrd 90 61.22%

CIBOLO:COUNCIL MEMBER, DIST7

Joel W. Hicks 142 66.98%
Glenn R. Weber, Jr. 70 33.02%

CIBOLO:PROPOSITION

For 784 56.04%
Against 615 43.96%

KINGSBURY:PROPOSITION A

For 22 91.67%
Against 2 8.33%

NEW BERLIN:ALDERMAN

Walter Williams 37 18.23%
Gilbert R. Merkle 46 22.66%
Diana Flippo Strey 13 6.40%
Beverly Zuehl Felts 32 15.76%
Barbara Gerhart 29 14.29%
E. Joyce Wolfe 46 22.66%

NEW BERLIN:PROPOSITION A

For 62 80.52%
Against 15 19.48%

GVSUD-BOARD MEMBERS

Donnovan Jackson 299 19.19%
Christina Miller 444 28.50%
Nicholas A. Sherman 403 25.87%
Jackie Nolte 412 26.44%

CRYSTAL CLEAR
SUD:DIRECTOR,PL6 Total
Total Votes 168
 
Marchell Gebhardt 54 32.14%
Maribeth Powers 114 67.86%

 


Today marks general election day in Texas; Seguin City council, constitutional amendments among items on ballot
Posted on 11/7/2017 8:15:00 AM.

(Seguin) -- It's election day in the Lone Star State. Texas voters will be heading to the polls to consider the fate of seven proposed amendments to the state's constitution.  A list of the amendments and what they are expected to accomplish can be found in today's edition of the Seguin Daily News. 
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Guadalupe County Elections Office, city of Seguin

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TLU volleyball goes 1-2 in SCAC tourney, drops fourth-place match
Posted on 11/8/2017 6:27:00 AM.
 
Texas Lutheran nearly upset the No. 1 Division III volleyball team in the nation, Colorado College, in the SCAC semifinals last weekend, but the Bulldogs ultimately finished fourth in tournament play.  
 
(Kerrville) – The Texas Lutheran volleyball team opened the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference tournament in Kerrville with a 3-1 win over Austin College on Friday, but came up short in its upset bid against No. 1 Colorado College 3-2 later that day and dropped the fourth-place match to Southwester 3-0 on Saturday.

TLU soccer: SCAC Tournament recaps
Posted on 11/8/2017 6:19:00 AM.
 
Raquel Morris scored the match-winning goal in TLU’s 1-0 SCAC semifinal victory over Schreiner on Saturday.  
 
TLU women give No. 11 Trinity all it can handle in SCAC Championship final
(Shreveport, La.) – Texas Lutheran went toe-to-toe Sunday with 11th-ranked Trinity in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Women's Soccer Championship final before falling 1-0 to the Tigers at Centenary College's Mayo Field.

Tuesday sportscast & schedule
Posted on 11/7/2017 7:48:00 AM.

Tuesday
Seguin volleyball vs. Kerrville-Tivy, 5A regional quarterfinals @ Smithson Valley, 7 p.m.
Navarro volleyball vs. Fredericksburg, 4A regional quarterfinals @ Wimberley, 6:30 p.m.
Seguin girls basketball vs. S.A.-Roosevelt, 6:30 p.m.
Navarro girls basketball @ Pearsall, 6:30 p.m.


Bulldogs nearly break 43-year-old rushing record in 40-14 win at Sul Ross
Posted on 11/6/2017 10:48:00 AM.
TLU sophomore Ian Leslie ran for a career-high 167 yards in Saturday's road win over Sul Ross State. Photo by Ambyr Fisher. 
 
(Alpine) - Texas Lutheran nearly broke a 43-year-old school record for rushing yards in a game by running for 466 yards on 61 carries in a 40-14 conference road win Saturday at Sul Ross State.

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