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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.

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AUSTIN — Smithson Valley, New Braunfels and Canyon will all be sending athletes to the upcoming UIL Class 6A state track and field meet this Saturday at Mike A. Myers Stadium in Austin.

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SAN ANTONIO — The Rangers fought tooth and nail to keep their season alive Thursday night in a must-win Game 2 against Lake Travis at the University of the Incarnate Word, but Lake Travis escaped with a 1-0 victory to cap a bi-district series sweep.

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AUSTIN — After seeing Canyon Martine lay down a bunt that allowed Bryce Petro to score from third in the top of the third inning on Wednesday night, Smithson Valley found itself tied 1-1 with District 25-6A champion Lake Travis.

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SAN ANTONIO — The final few steps in the journey to Austin’s Mike A. Myers Stadium for the state track and field meet are set to take place today and Saturday at Heroes Stadium in San Antonio.

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SAN ANTONIO — The girls golf season came to a close for local teams Tuesday following the completion of the Region IV-6A tournament at The Republic Golf Club in San Antonio.

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SPRING BRANCH — The Rangers would’ve been in a strong position to qualify for the postseason regardless of Thursday’s outcome, but Smithson Valley decided to use the better-safe-than-sorry approach during a thrilling comeback victory at home.

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CIBOLO — The Cougarettes defeated Steele 4-0 Tuesday night in Cibolo in District 26-6A competition.

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CIBOLO — It took 10 innings for Canyon and Steele to resolve their District 26-6A rematch on Friday night, but the Cougars prevailed 5-4 to earn a series split.

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SPRING BRANCH — Smithson Valley collected its sixth straight District 26-6A victory Tuesday night at home after surviving a comeback bid from San Marcos during a 7-5 win at home.

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The Unicorns capped a one-sided series sweep of San Marcos Friday night at home by blanking the Rattlers 10-0 in five innings.

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The Cougarettes are threatening to turn their bid for back-to-back district championships into a landslide.

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SAN ANTONIO — Of all the ways to see an outstanding season end, penalty kicks have got to be among the most difficult.

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CONVERSE — The Rangers erased a four-run lead and continued to light up the scoreboard throughout Friday night’s 14-8 District 26-6A triumph against Judson on the road.

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DEL VALLE — The District 26-6A champion Unicorns stormed out of the gates to blank Del Valle 3-0 Thursday night on the road in their 2019 playoff opener.

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SPRING BRANCH — Smithson Valley needed just six innings to show Judson the door Tuesday night during a 12-2 rout in Spring Branch.

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SAN MARCOS — Faced with a win-or-go-home scenario Tuesday night against Steele in the District 26-6A fourth-place tiebreaker, the Lady Rangers got what proved to be a golden goal from Haley Smith to punch their ticket to the postseason.

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SPRING BRANCH — The New Braunfels boys captured their first outright district championship since 2011 on Friday night after recording a 2-1 victory over Smithson Valley on the road.

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SPRING BRANCH — The Rangers ended their District 26-6A slide Friday night by subduing East Central 2-1 at home.

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For baseball coaches, Spring Break doesn’t represent a time to head to the beach or lounge poolside with a cold beverage in hand.

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SPRING BRANCH — Upon seeing his catcher leveled at home plate during a collision in the bottom of the fifth inning on Tuesday, Canyon senior James Perez was one of the first to voice his displeasure toward the Smithson Valley dugout.

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The Canyon girls’ win streak stretched to eight matches Tuesday night after head coach Dustin Gold’s squad notched a 4-0 shutout of East Central at Cougar Stadium.

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SPRING BRANCH — Following his team’s 12-2 win over New Braunfels to open District 26-6A play, Canyon head coach Kevin Randle said he thought the duo of Aliyah Pritchett and Hunter Vestal still have room for improvement this season.