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New Braunfels Christian Academy captured the outright TAPPS District 6-3A championship Thursday night home during a one-sided sweep of San Antonio Castle Hills.

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BOERNE — Canyon fought past Boerne Champion 3-1 Friday night on the road to open its second round of District 26-5A matches.

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The Unicorns faced an unusual set of circumstances last week when their game against Smithson Valley was postponed hours before kickoff.

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CONVERSE — Even after a tumultuous few weeks, the Lady Unicorns still have the opportunity to fight for a District 27-6A championship as the league schedule enters its final stretch.

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There may not be a chill in the air quite yet, but another sure sign of late October is a high-stakes game on the gridiron.

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SAN MARCOS — Calvary Baptist gave Town East a run for its money Friday night before falling 54-32 in a rematch from the previous week.

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SPRING BRANCH — After capping the first half of District 27-6A play with a flawless record, Smithson Valley began the home stretch with yet another convincing league win.

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SAN ANTONIO — New Braunfels Christian Academy needed only one half to dispatch of district newcomer St. Mary’s Hall Friday night in San Antonio.

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BUDA — The Cougarettes made short work of Johnson High School on Friday night during a District 26-5A road trip to nearby Buda.

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The Cougars’ winning formula in 2020 has involved a suffocating defense, a patient approach on offense and just the right amount of smashmouth football.

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SPRING BRANCH — Smithson Valley maintained its hold on first place in District 27-6A Friday night after sweeping Steele 3-0 at home.

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SAN ANTONIO — The Lady Rangers kept their undefeated start to District 27-6A play intact Tuesday night after outdueling East Central 3-1 in San Antonio.

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The Hawks certainly didn’t expect their first District 13-4A-I victory of 2020 to come on a Wednesday morning, but then again, no possibility can be ruled out during the most unique season in Texas high school football history.

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