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Canyon once again sat atop the throne in District 26-5A this past season, and it comes as no surprise that the Cougarettes were well represented on the league’s list of postseason honors.

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CORPUS CHRISTI — The New Braunfels boys basketball team swept a doubleheader on Thursday to open play at the Corpus Christi Coaches Association Tournament.

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BOERNE — In a matchup of defending District 26-5A co-champions, the Cougarettes seized the early edge in the league standings against the Lady Chargers Tuesday night in Boerne.

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The 2021 season was a historic one for the Davenport Lady Wolves, who claimed the first postseason berth in program history while competing against a difficult District 28-4A field.

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SAN ANTONIO — Not even a last-minute venue change could shake John Paul II’s momentum Monday night against UIL Class 6A San Antonio Taft at Harlan High School.

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The 2021 volleyball season brought soaring success for area teams, including District 27-6A champion Smithson Valley and third-place finisher New Braunfels, which was the lone squad from its league to claim a bi-district victory.

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Steele’s scoring outbursts in the second and fourth quarters carried the Knights to a 65-53 victory against Canyon Saturday at the Cougar Den during non-district action.

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After entering the fourth quarter of Tuesday afternoon’s game against San Antonio Lee trailing by five, the Unicorns began to pile on points as though they were Thanksgiving leftovers.

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INGRAM — The Canyon Lake girls basketball squad collected a one-sided 55-29 victory Tuesday afternoon on the road against Ingram Moore.

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The Wildcats’ middle school program secured the South Texas Football Conference North Division championship this season after steamrolling Round Rock Christian Academy 54-6 in the championship game.

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SAN MARCOS — On a perfect fall Friday evening at Bobcat Stadium in San Marcos during the area round of the Class 6A Division I playoffs, Smithson Valley bowed out with a 28-21 loss to Austin Bowie.

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SPRING BRANCH — Big nights from teammates Ethan Ortiz and Tevijon Williams helped the Rangers outlast Comal ISD rival Canyon 62-53 last Friday night in Spring Branch during non-district play.

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SAN MARCOS — The Unicorns’ best season in a dozen years met its end Friday night in the area round of the Class 6A Division II playoffs at the hands of two-time defending state champion Austin Westlake.

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GARLAND — The Cougarettes found themselves a set away from advancing to the Class 5A state tournament final Friday at the Culwell Center in Garland, but a furious Grapevine rally erased Canyon’s two-set lead and catapulted the Lady Mustangs into Saturday’s title match.

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