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SPRING BRANCH — Smithson Valley added more intrigue to the already-chaotic District 27-6A standings by fending off East Central for a 70-63 victory Tuesday night at home in league play.

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The Canyon girls extended their winning streak to 20 consecutive games following Tuesday night’s 55-27 demolition of Alamo Heights at the Cougar Den.

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The Lady Buffaloes dominated the bookends during Tuesday night’s District 27-6A contest against New Braunfels before riding back to Schertz with a 54-35 triumph.

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DRIPPING SPRINGS — Canyon and Dripping Springs needed four additional minutes to settle their District 26-5A dispute last Friday night, but the Tigers emerged victorious 54-50 at home following overtime.

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LEANDER — The Smithson Valley girls soccer team wrapped up its stay at Lender Glenn’s Grizzly Classic on Saturday with a 3-0 win against Round Rock Cedar Ridge.

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New Braunfels seized control early on during its District 27-6A contest against East Central Friday night at home and outlasted the visiting Lady Hornets for a 46-39 victory.

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The Canyon girls basketball team throttled Dripping Springs 60-35 Friday night at home to extend its season-long winning streak to 19 consecutive games.

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SAN ANTONIO — On Tuesday night, the Smithson Valley boys basketball team once again used its fourth-quarter magic to record a key District 27-6A victory, as the Rangers struck for 25 points in the final stanza while upending South San 55-51 on the road.

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SAN MARCOS — The Guardians kicked off TAPPS District 3-4A competition in style with a lopsided 84-38 victory over Holy Cross Tuesday night at San Marcos Academy.

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SAN ANTONIO — The New Braunfels girls dropped their fourth straight District 27-6A game Tuesday night in San Antonio following a 64-41 loss to Wagner on the road.

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The New Braunfels boys basketball team earned its biggest win of the 2021-22 season on Tuesday night after outlasting San Antonio Wagner 68-66 at home.

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John Paul II’s football program learned following the 2021 campaign that nine players had received on-field honors from TAPPS at either the all-state or all-district level.

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SAN ANTONIO — The 44th annual San Antonio Sports All-Star Football Game was a defensive-minded affair, but players from New Braunfels and its surrounding areas still managed to provide some fireworks.

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FISCHER — The Canyon Lake girls basketball team fell to 0-1 in District 28-4A competition after absorbing a 58-20 loss last Friday night at home against rival Wimberley.

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CIBOLO — New Braunfels snapped a two-game slide to open District 27-6A play this past Friday after grinding out a 52-39 victory against Steele in Cibolo.

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