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DRIPPING SPRINGS — Smithson Valley landed a few early haymakers during Game 1 of its best-of-three Class 6A area playoff series against Round Rock Westwood, and pitcher Brandon Taylor ensured the Warriors never got up off the canvas.

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SPRING BRANCH — After winning a nail-biter in Game 1 of a best-of-three bi-district playoff series against Brandeis this past Friday, Smithson Valley left little doubt during Game 2 on Saturday.

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AUSTIN — For athletes Abigail Morrow of New Braunfels and Amalie Mills of Smithson Valley, Saturday’s Class 6A UIL state track and field competition brought much more than just lasting memories.

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SAN ANTONIO — The Rangers escaped Game 1 of their best-of-three Class 6A bi-district playoff series against San Antonio Brandeis with a 4-3 win in eight innings.

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CYPRESS — Canyon, Smithson Valley and New Braunfels all made the trek to the Berry Center in Cypress this past weekend to compete in the UIL state wrestling tournament.

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The Lady Rangers and Lady Unicorns saw their 2021 campaigns come to a close in similar fashion last weekend.

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SPRING BRANCH — Within 18 hours of seeing their 17-game win streak snapped last Friday night by East Central, the Rangers had already bounced back with a resounding non-district victory over Victoria East.

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Records fell and multiple medals were collected last week as area track and field teams showcased their skills at various regional meets across the Lone Star State.

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The Canyon softball team will accelerate into the Class 5A postseason riding a six-game winning streak after belting San Antonio Johnson 10-3 Tuesday at home during senior night.

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SPRING BRANCH — For more than two decades, Smithson Valley’s dominance on the baseball diamond has been undeniable.

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The Lady Unicorns and Lady Rangers absorbed District 27-6A losses last Friday night, as New Braunfels fell 12-2 to East Central in San Antonio and Smithson Valley was blanked 13-0 at home by league leader Judson.

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The Cougarettes faced a rare deficit Tuesday night when Seguin plated a pair of runs in the top of the fourth to seize a 2-1 lead in District 26-5A competition.

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