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The Antlers put up 500 offensive yards against Floresville, converted 5 of 8 fourth downs, utilized every man on the field and kept hope alive until the bitter end, but ultimately two stellar Tiger athletes and 88 penalty yards fueled Tivy’s District 15-5A Div. II 49-34 loss Friday night at …

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Center Point managed five defensive stops against Harper in Friday’s football game between the two District 14-2A Division-I teams, but the Longhorns scored on five other series' enroute to handing Center Point a 35-9 homecoming setback.

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The Hawks lost a high-scoring 6-man football shootout Friday when they dropped a 100-74 decision against Texas School for the Deaf, which stayed perfect at 5-0 in both teams’ TAPPS league.

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Tivy’s attempt at a season sweep of Boerne Champion fell short Friday when the Lady Chargers defeated the Lady Antlers in four sets of District 26-5A volleyball played on Tivy’s home floor.

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Taylor Vela will represent Center Point at the UIL Region-IV Cross Country Meet on Monday after qualifying from District 29-2A competition held recently at San Saba.

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CENTER POINT – After a highly-competitive first set against District 29-2A volleyball runnerup Harper, the Lady Pirates ended up falling on Friday to the Lady Longhorns in three sets 21-25, 15-25, 14-25

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HPMS Spikes scored 70 points and allowed none in middle school eighth grade football games played against Boerne North at Spikes Stadium on Tuesday, while the seventh graders struggled in Boerne.

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SEGUIN – Tivy qualified two individual runners to the regional meet based on results at Friday’s District 26-5A Cross Country Meet held at Stracke Park in Seguin.

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SAN ANTONIO – Our Lady of the Hills rallied back from a halftime deficit and held the lead into the fourth quarter before falling to San Antonio Castle Hills 48-43 in a crucial TAPPS 6-man football game between District 5 contenders.

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OZONA – Center Point broke its scoreless streak that had extended to 16 quarters, but that was small consolation as the Pirates fell to the Ozona Lions 53-6 in District 14-2A Division-I football action Friday.

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When Ally Scheidle went down and out with an injury in the first set of Friday’s District 26-5A volleyball match against Buda Johnson the moment arose when lesser teams might have thrown in the towel and thrown up their hands in surrender, but TFND is a powerful intangible that usually overp…

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Tivy fell victim to the bruising ground game put forth by Boerne Champion running back Alex Rodriguez, who rushed for 201 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Chargers to a 45-20 win over the Antlers Friday night at Boerne ISD Stadium.

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The Lady Antlers veered off their normally-traveled road Tuesday when they hosted San Antonio Cornerstone Christian in non-district volleyball action, which Tivy lost in three sets 14-25, 20-25, 22-25.

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District 29-2A volleyball front runner Johnson City snapped Center Point’s three match win streak Tuesday night at Pirates Gym by beating the Lady Pirates by set scores of 25-10, 25-7, 25-10.

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Hal Peterson Middle School football teams cleared the field of Fredericksburg at all levels in middle school games played Tuesday.

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SEGUIN – The Lady Matadors proved to be a tough out Friday, but Tivy prevailed in five sets to get another sweep of a District 26-5A volleyball foe when the Lady Antlers delivered their 25th win of the year and beat Seguin 25-19, 25-22, 21-25, 24-26, 15-11.

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LAREDO – Our Lady of the Hills bounced back from its previous week’s district loss by taking a convincing 57-12 win over Laredo St. Augustine on Friday at Knight's Field.

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SAN ANTONIO – Center Point gained another District 29-2A volleyball win Friday night when the Lady Pirates defeated San Antonio Lee Academy by set scores of 25-15, 25-23, 25-19 in road game action.

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CASTROVILLE – Peterson Middle School claimed one individual gold medal, had seven runners garner top 10 status and two teams earn runnerup honors at their version of district cross country competition held Wednesday in Castroville.

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In junior varsity and freshmen football games versus Lockhart on Thursday, Tivy came out ahead in both contests, with the junior varsity recording a shutout and Freshmen A team dominating the Lions 49-6.

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The Antlers took the heat following five consecutive losses from a tough pre-district schedule, embraced the experience, used their off week to prepare and perfect their strategy and emerged on the field at Lions Stadium Friday night confident and ready for a run at the post season by lockin…

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Tivy controlled one set from the get-go, dominated another and scrapped to win the third before securing the Lady Antlers win over Kyle Lehman on Tuesday, as Tivy took another successful step in the District 26-5A volleyball dance.

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Hal Peterson Middle School football teams swept Medina Valley, with three shut outs and recorded in the contests, while the Spikes 8C team lost a hard-fought game against Bee Cave.

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SAN ANTONIO – Tivy volleyball pounded the Patriots 25-16, 25-15, 25-15 to complete a district season sweep of San Antonio Veterans Memorial on Friday night in road game action.

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San Antonio St. Gerard rolled up almost 500 yards offense, while limiting Our Lady of the Hills to less than 300, which translated to a 66-27 win by the Royals over the Hawks, spoiling OLH’s homecoming football game Friday.

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DRIPPING SPRINGS – Tivy team tennis finished its season Tuesday at Dripping Springs where District 26-5A’s second place team did not lose a match against the Antlers and Lady Antlers.

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MEDINA – Center Point improved to 5-2 for District 29-2A volleyball purposes when the Lady Pirates skinned the Lady Bobcats at Medina on Friday.

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FREDERICKSBURG – Our Lady of the Hills lost for only the second time in six matches when Fredericksburg Heritage beat the Lady Hawks in three sets of non-district TAPPS volleyball played Thursday.

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LLANO -- Demetrios Lambdin medaled for the third time in as many meets, representing Our Lady of the Hills College Prep at the Llano Cross Country Invitational held Wednesday on the grounds of Llano High School.

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LLANO – Peterson Middle school took all four division championships at Llano on Wednesday, and 24 athletes medaled at the end of completion of each 2-mile race in which the top 20 finishers were awarded hardware.

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Before a raucous home gym crowd, the Lady Antlers won out in five sets against Alamo Heights and completed a sweep of the Mules in District 26-5A volleyball matches.

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HARPER – Center Point was defeated by Harper, 25-10, 25-15, 25-13, on Tuesday, which dropped the Lady Pirates to 4-2 in the Distrct 29-2A volleyball race.

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SAN ANTONIO –Our Lady of the Hills got its fourth win of the volleyball season by defeating San Antonio Feast for the second time in a three-set sweep Tuesday night.

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Eighth grade teams won and seventh squads fell short when Hal Peterson Middle School took on Boerne North in football games played Tuesdaynight..

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DRIPPING SPRINGS – After winning the first set, the Lady Antlers volleyball team was set down by Dripping Springs on Friday in yet another match between two of District 26-5A’s heavyweights.

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Tivy dropped just one set and dominated Seguin to take its District 26-5A team tennis match on Saturday morning.

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NEW BRAUNFELS – Our Lady of the Hills compiled over 400 yards of offense on Friday and won their opening District 5 TAPPS 6-Man football game over New Braunfels Christian 61-51.

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CENTER POINT – The Pirates crew did its best to hold out against Young Men’s Leadership Academy on Friday in Center Point’s final non-district football game, but the Lions roared 48-0 to drop Center Point to 2-3 heading into its open week.

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Despite a 21-0 loss to Corpus Christi Calallen, Tivy’s young defense showed the maturity and intensity Coach David Jones has been looking for.

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BOERNE – Tivy team tennis did not come away with the overall win in matches at Boerne Champion on Tuesday, but three victories did stand out during Tvy’s 3-16 setback.