EL CAMPO — The New Braunfels Senior Softball All-Stars entered Monday evening just a single victory away from sewing up the Texas East State Tournament and bringing home another banner.
Since Brooke Kanas left Canyon High School and headed north to Lubbock, she’s been opening more than a few eyes with her stellar play for the Red Raiders.
Coming off its winningest season in more than a decade and loaded with talent due back in 2020, the Canyon baseball program entered the offseason looking like a powder keg of potential.
New Braunfels graduate Ellie Redding is set to continue her track and field career at the next level when she enrolls at Dallas Baptist University. Redding was a standout hurdler for the Lady Unicorns and qualified for regionals in two events. Redding made her collegiate choice official duri…
LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. — A pair of former area high school gems each earned all-conference honors for their prowess on the mound following the 2019 college baseball season.
FISCHER — Canyon Lake softball’s transition to a new league in 2019 may not have led to a repeat trip to the postseason, but the Lady Hawks’ accomplishments within District 28-4A didn’t go unnoticed.
FISCHER — Though the Hawks came up short of qualifying for a spot in the Class 4A playoffs, there were numerous highlights to celebrate throughout the 2019 campaign.
AUSTIN — Two former Canyon teammates were among the 19 Longhorn track and field athletes to be named All-Americans following the 2019 outdoor championships in Austin.
SAN ANTONIO — The San Antonio Express-News announced Saturday what Canyon softball fans have already known for months: Aliyah Pritchett is the 2018-19 area female athlete of the year.
More than 1,210 future and current Canyon High Cougars, Canyon Lake Hawks and Smithson Valley Rangers are lacing up their sneakers almost every morning this summer in order to run sprints, lift weights and push their limits through the Texas heat.
Between the uncooperative weather and the active bats of the opposing team, Friday didn’t appear to be shaping up as New Braunfels’ night.
After a 14-4 win in the opener Thursday night in Seguin, New Braunfels strode confidently into Game 2 of its Senior League Softball Section 4 championship series against Calhoun as the scene shifted back to the New Braunfels Little League Complex on Friday.
GREENSBORO, N.C. — Virginia Tech junior Natalie Novotna and freshman Samantha Gillas have been named to the 2019 Women’s Tennis All-ACC Academic Team, as announced recently by commissioner John Swofford.
Smithson Valley lacrosse player Aaron Clark is set to continue his athletic career at Colorado State University in Pueblo, Colorado. Clark made his choice official during a singing ceremony at SVHS and was joined by family members for a photo.
Canyon senior tight end Adam Alcorta made a name for himself as a physical blocker at the point of attack for the Cougars and will continue his playing career for West Texas A&M University in Canyon, Texas. Alcorta was a District 26-6A first team choice as a senior.
SEGUIN — John Strahl, Texas Lutheran's new head coach for men's and women's tennis, has hired long-time New Braunfels High School head tennis coach David Mueller as an assistant coach for the Bulldog tennis squads.
New Braunfels women preparing to give birth can have one less labor pain to think about with a new local option for their birthing plan.
As Chad Donegan made his way down the fairways and around the course at the PGA National Professional Championship, he thought back on his roots as a golfer, and all the people from his hometown that supported him along the way.
A pair of senior sluggers and a freshman outfielder recently learned they had made the cut for the 2019 Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association Class 6A all-state team.
It was a back-and-forth battle Wednesday night between New Braunfels Red and New Braunfels Blue in a win-or-go-home District 31 quarterfinal contest.
In the throes of an elimination game in the District 31 10-year-old baseball tournament, it appeared that New Braunfels Red starter Miguel Rodriguez may have finally run out of gas.
LUBBOCK — Josh Jung and Kurt Wilson connected on a pair of opposite-field home runs in the eighth inning Sunday evening, sending No. 8 Texas Tech back to the College World Series following an 8-6 victory over No. 9 Oklahoma State inside a raucous Dan Law Field at Rip Griffin Park.
AUSTIN — University of Arkansas redshirt junior Devin Clark is back in her home state and prepared to chase a pair of medals at the 2019 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships.
Smithson Valley pole vaulter Avianna Trinidad capped an incredible junior season by recently being named a Texas Girls Coaches Association All-Star selection for Class 5A and 6A.
SEGUIN — Eight Texas Lutheran student-athletes were named to the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference’s 11th annual spring All-Sportsmanship teams.
SPRING BRANCH — Ranger athletics has found new leaders for three high school varsity programs — softball, girls basketball and cross country.
TYLER — The Texas Lutheran Bulldogs won the 2019 NCAA Division III Softball Championship on Monday afternoon with 12-4 and 6-1 wins over the Emory (Ga.) Eagles at Suddenlink Field and captured a DIII national team championship for the first time in school history.
For years, New Braunfels seniors Fernando Hinojosa and Adam Boyce could be found inside the gym playing countless games of one-on-one to hone their skills.
BUDA — If anyone was unsure of just how good the 2019 Cougarettes are prior to Friday night’s Region IV-6A final, those doubts have been laid to rest.
After helping the New Braunfels boys soccer team reach the top of the mountain in District 26-6A, seniors Santiago Quinonez and Malcolm Calder are ready for their next challenges.
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