SAN ANTONIO – The slim margin for reaching the TAPPS volleyball playoffs slipped away for Our Lady of the Hills on Monday during the Lady Hawks' three-set setback against Keystone by scores of 16-25, 19-25, 16-25.
KYLE – Tivy took another move forward towards locking up one of the four playoff seedings from District 26-5A when the Lady Antlers got past Kyle Lehman 26-24, 25-15, 25-21 in district volleyball road action Tuesday night.
After a pair of tough road losses, home court advantage was good for Tivy when the Lady Antlers dominated San Antonio Veterans Memorial in three sets Saturday at Antler Gym to continue the second half of District 26-5A volleyball action.
Home cooking has never tasted so good after Our Lady of the Hills served its fans another in-house six-man football victory on Friday when the Hawks won a bird fight against the Eagles from San Antonio Castle Hills, 79-33.
“We won the game we needed to win tonight and it took all of us to do it,” Tivy coach David Jones told his players after the Antlers notched their first win of the season Friday night at Antler Stadium by downing Lockhart 17-3 in both teams’ District 15-5A opener.
SAN ANTONIO - Tivy jumped out to an early 14-0 lead, but struggled to hold off Class 6A San Antonio East Central, who rallied to a heartbreaking 31-28 win over the Antlers Friday night at Hornet Stadium in non-district action.
The Lady Antlers came out on top of a thrilling, sometimes frustrating, 3-1 win over Boerne Champion in an all-important District 26-5A volleyball match at Antler Gym on Friday night.
LLANO – For the second straight race, Tivy’s Gold girls’ team brought home a championship when they claimed the top spot at Llano’s Late Season Cross Country Invitational held Monday, Oct. 12.
LLANO -- David Lopez, representing Center Point, registered a personal best three-mile time of 20:29 to finish just outside the top 25 at Llano’s Late Season Cross Country Meet held Monday, Oct. 12.
From the moment Ally Scheidle knocked down her first kill Saturday, things went pretty swimmingly for Tivy and totally against visiting Buda Johnson as the Lady Antlers cruised to a 25-14, 25-14, 25-13 win over the Lady Jaguars in District 26-5A volleyball action at Antler Gym.
LLANO – First place team finishes were the order of the meet when both Tivy teams raced at the Yellowjackets Late Season Cross Country Invitational on Monday, Oct. 5.
CASTROVILLE – Peterson Middle School wound up second in two divisional races and third in two more when the Spikes and Lady Spikes ran in their district cross country meet held Wednesday, Oct. 7
Antler fans witnessed the return of the Tivy offense, spectacular defensive performances and had plenty to cheer about, despite the 56-35 loss to Class 6A Killeen Shoemaker Friday night at Antler Stadium in non-district action.
Our Lady of the Hills posted its third straight “mercy rule” win Friday, rolling over Laredo St. Augustine 58-12 in TAPPS District 5 Division-II six-man action at Hawk Field.
Our Lady of the Hills treated the visiting San Antonio St. Gerard Royals as anything but in a 60-13 rout Friday in both teams’ TAPPS 3A District 5 Division II six-man football opener at Hawk Field.
CENTER POINT — The scoreboard favored Mason 48-7 when the final was recorded Friday at Pirates Stadium, but Center Point may be able to build upon its second half effort for future outings as District 14-2A Division I games move forward.
CORPUS CHRISTI — Corpus Christi Calallen’s Epi Hinojosa ran for three scores, and the No. 4 state-ranked Wildcats capitalized on a bruising offensive rushing attack to knock off Tivy, 28-0, in non-district action Friday at Phil Danaher Stadium.
CENTER POINT – After rolling up a three-match win-streak that put them in the thick of the District 29-2A volleyball chase at 3-1, the Lady Pirates had no answers when they attempted to collect number four against visiting Harper on Tuesday.
SAN ANTONIO – The brooms were out for Tivy as the Lady Antlers swept San Antonio Veteran’s Memorial at every level in District 26-5A volleyball matches on Tuesday night in road game action.
A rematch between two playoff teams from last season happened to be the District 26-5A district volleyball opener this time around and although the outcome favored Alamo Heights, Tivy head coach Stephanie Coates could take solace in the fact the Lady Antlers rose to the occasion despite comi…
After an extended wait time to practice and play due to COVID-19 restrictions enacted among TAPPS members, Our Lady of the Hills wasted no time in unloading on the opposition Friday night, although the game was not extended due to the “mercy rule” used in 6-man football.
The Lady Hawks have recorded a two-game winning streak as they head into the TAPPS district portion of their volleyball schedule after Our Lady of the Hills swept San Antonio St. Gerard 25-11, 25-4, 25-16 on Tuesday at Callioux Gymnasium.
CENTER POINT – Overcoming a blowout loss in the third set, the Lady Pirates eked out victory against Junction by set scores of 25-19, 25-20, 13-25, 25-22 to move to 2-1 among District 29-2A volleyball teams after Tuesday night’s success.
OLH's Lady Hawks can take "gut-check" off its checklist of intangibles as it moves forward with its volleyball season based on how the they dismantled San Antonio FEAST in three sets that went 25-20, 26-24, 25-8 Monday night at Callioux Gymnasium.
INGRAM – Times were not made readily available for Peterson Middle School cross country runners who competed at the Warrior Invitational on Saturday, but places were posted and Peterson athletes did extremely well in that respect.
Three days in pads and one scrimmage were all it took for Our Lady of the Hills’ football Hawks to look in solid form as they prepare to open their TAPPS 6-man football season.
INGRAM – Continued improvement showed up for Tivy cross country racers when they tackled the course at the Warrior Invitational held Saturday at Tom Moore High School.
JOHNSON CITY – After sorting through three different scrimmage opponents, TFND finally made its debut Thursday when the Antlers scrimmaged against Round Rock McNeil on the turf of Class 2A Johnson City’s field.
Three tightly played contests, and one that was not so close, were the order of the day when Peterson Middle School faced off against Boerne North in football games on Wednesday as the seventh grade hosted and the eight grade team was on the road.
Tivy’s head volleyball coach Stephanie Coates is an optimist and a glass half full type, who had some positives for her squad despite opening the season with a three-set loss to Shertz Clemens by set scores of 18-25, 20-25, 19-25 Tuesday night at Angler Gym.
Experienced Johnson City defeated the young Lady Pirates 3-0, by set scores of 7-25, 13-25, 16-25, as both teams served up the start of District 29-2A volleyball in a match played Friday.
An uptick in offensive production and solid-at-times defense was not enough for Center Point to overcome being stung 29-0 by the Yellowjackets of Sabinal in non-district Class 2A football action at Pirates Stadium on Friday.
HARPER – There were no team awards given at the first cross country meet of the year in which Peterson Middle School competed at, but based on medalists it is a good bet to believe the Lady Spikes and Spikes would have come home with plenty of team honors.
HARPER – Tivy cross country runners worked through unseasonable weather conditions, handled themselves fairly well against teams that were already meet-tested and had some solid competition against one another when they raced at the Jacob Krebs Invitational in Harper on Thursday.
A Highway 16 rivalry was taken up on the court where Tivy opened its team tennis season by out-doing Fredericksburg 12-7 in matches played Tuesday, Sept. 8 at Tivy High School.
ROCKSPRINGS – Center Point’s season opening football game is one that the Pirates will probably file away and try to forget as they move forward after the Rocksprings Angoras sent Center Point home with a 44-3 defeat on Friday.