SAN ANTONIO — All season long, the New Braunfels boys showed a knack for willing themselves to victory during tight ballgames.
SAN ANTONIO — Due to the unrelenting snowstorms that caused chaos last week, local softball teams didn’t have much preparation for the arrival of district competition.
After the dust settled following a frantic final weekend of competition in District 27-6A, the Unicorns landed in the No. 2 spot and booked a bi-district playoff matchup with San Antonio Roosevelt.
COLLEGE STATION — New Braunfels graduate Bryce Miller entered the 2020 season as Texas A&M’s closer and even looked poised to begin his professional career once the MLB draft rolled around.
SAN ANTONIO — The Smithson Valley girls romped to a 10-1 victory over East Central last Friday night on the road to remain unbeaten in 2021.
LEANDER — The Canyon girls basketball team outlasted Leander Rouse 51-45 last Friday night despite being forced to play a road postseason opener as a district champion.
As softball prepares to resume meaningful competition for the first time in nearly a year, Canyon seniors Hanna Combs and Kaylyn “KK” Cordero have some unfinished business to attend to with the Cougarettes.
SAN MARCOS — John Paul II claimed back-to-back TAPPS district championships Thursday night after handing San Marcos Academy an 84-33 defeat on the road.
Before Lady Unicorn teammates and friends Jordyn Hofmann and Haley Sollohub bid farewell to their high school playing days, they both took turns putting pen to paper to cement their futures at the next level.
The Wildcats’ recipe for wrapping up the outright TAPPS District 6-3A championship on Tuesday night involved plenty of slicing and dicing with regard to Kerrville Our Lady of the Hills’ defense.