BOERNE — Canyon fought past Boerne Champion 3-1 Friday night on the road to open its second round of District 26-5A matches.
With Canyon holding a modest 10-7 lead in the opening set of Tuesday night’s District 26-5A match against Kerrville Tivy, junior Kyla Malone went sprawling across the back row for a dig attempt that sent her careening into the legs of a nearby iPad stand being used to film the contest.
SAN ANTONIO — Canyon and San Antonio Clark both use the “Cougars” nickname, but on Friday night at Farris Stadium, only one side lived up to the fearsome moniker.
Canyon and Smithson Valley, both sitting at 1-0, will serve as the season openers for a pair of San Antonio schools tonight in the Alamo City.
DRIPPING SPRINGS — In an early showdown between District 26-5A heavyweights, Canyon toppled Dripping Springs 3-2 Tuesday night on the road to claim a share of first place in the league standings.
Canyon had little trouble getting acquainted with its new district on Friday night, as head coach Heather Sanders’ team swept Boerne Champion 3-0 at home.
Before Tuesday night’s home match against Comal ISD rival Canyon, Smithson Valley head coach Courtney Patton had an inkling that both sides were in for quite a fight.
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.