Due to COVID-19, the University Interscholastic League, the governing body of Texas public school extracurricular activities, suspended sports competitions in March. The decision ended pre-district seasons just underway in baseball, softball, tennis, and track and field.
SPRING BRANCH — The Lady Rangers challenged for the District 26-6A title this past season while establishing themselves as an up-and-coming power in the San Antonio area.
The Cougarettes once again traversed an arduous path this season within District 26-6A and finished a whisker shy of notching their second consecutive trip to the Class 6A postseason.
SAN ANTONIO — The Cougars were well on their way to an unbeaten run through Pool 1 Friday after securing a 2-1 win over San Antonio Central Catholic when it was announced the remainder of the San Antonio Baseball Classic had been canceled due to the threat of the coronavirus.
SAN MARCOS — The Smithson Valley girls soccer team ran roughshod over San Marcos Friday night on the road in its last District 26-6A match before the UIL-mandated suspension of sanctioned events took hold.
The Cougars’ patience paid off Friday afternoon against Steele as Canyon posted a 1-0 victory to strengthen its playoff positioning within District 26-6A.
SPRING BRANCH — As the sports world continued to spiral into a vortex of uncertainty Thursday amid countless postponements and cancellations, it was business as usual for the Smithson Valley baseball team.
SAN MARCOS — The Unicorns rode past San Marcos and into the playoffs last Friday night on the road thanks in part to a hat trick from Dylan Navarijo.
Eight different NBCA players were recently named to the TAPPS 4-3A all-district team as selected by the district coaches — three to the first team, three to the second team and two honorable mention picks for the Wildcats, who lost in the regional finals in February.
SPRING BRANCH — Smithson Valley’s five-game win streak to begin the Comal Tournament was snapped Saturday by Katy Tompkins in the championship round.
The road to Mike A. Myers Stadium in Austin for the state track and field meet continued Thursday as New Braunfels High School hosted its annual Unicorn Relays.
SPRING BRANCH — The Rangers opened competition at the Comal Tournament in triumphant fashion Thursday afternoon after walloping San Antonio Southside 14-0 in five innings.
The Canyon baseball team kicked off play at the Comal Tournament Thursday afternoon by battling back to defeat Boerne 6-2 at Cougar Field.