The remaining three area UIL volleyball teams saw their seasons come to an end this past weekend during respective area-round playoff matchup.
SPRING BRANCH — The Rangers’ early onslaught on Friday night wasn’t quite enough to break New Braunfels’ will, but it allowed Smithson Valley to punch its ticket to the postseason for the 10th year in a row.
Smithson Valley came into Tuesday night’s regular season finale needing a win to prolong its hopes of qualifying for the 2019 postseason.
SCHERTZ — The Smithson Valley Rangers’ offense was thwarted all night by the visiting Steele Knights Friday during a 35-10 loss in District 26-6A play.
SPRING BRANCH — Led by a stout defensive and hard-nosed run game, the Smithson Valley Rangers handled their invaders, the East Central Hornets, with ease on Friday night.
SPRING BRANCH — In the face of seemingly insurmountable odds, New Braunfels’ string of consecutive wins against Smithson Valley reached 16 Friday night in Spring Branch.
The Canyon-Smithson Valley gridiron matchup has become known as the Comal Bowl, but the 2019 edition could very well be dubbed “The Rebound Rivalry.”
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