SAN ANTONIO -- Jordyn Joy was anything but "joyful" as far as San Antonio Wagner was concerned when the Tivy junior laid misery on the Lady Thunderbirds both at the plate and from the pitchers' mound during Tivy's 9-3 softball win Wednesday, March 22.
FREDERICKSBURG – Spurred on by more than a half dozen first place finishes in each division, Lady Spikes track and field teams captured two championships at the Fredericksburg Middle School Relays held Wednesday, March 22.
FREDERICKSBURG -- The eighth grade Spikes finished second in a tightly contested team race, and the seventh graders performed solidly to win their division at the Fredericksburg Middle School Relays held Wednesday, March 22.
Center Point Middle School had several notable efforts at its own home track and field meet held Wednesday, March 22.
Our Lady of the Hills hosted Boerne Geneva in tennis matches at Riverhill Country Club on Thursday.
NEW BRAUNFELS -- Tivy bats were silenced by a no-hit pitching effort turned in by New Braunfels Canyon Tuesday, March 22 when the Antlers were shutout 8-0.
GOLDTHWAITE -- Center Point finished the first round of District 28-2A softball in third place after the Lady Pirates blanked Goldthwaite 8-0 Tuesday, March 22.
Center Point found itself swept by Junction for the District 28-2A portion of the Pirates' baseball schedule when the Eagles defeated Center Point 16-4 Tuesday, March 21.
In a game where hitting and pitching were on full display, Tivy came up short, 3-1, when the Lady Antlers hosted Boerne Champion in District 26-5A softball Thursday, March 16.
SPRING BRANCH – Tivy’s opportunity at handing District 26-5A baseball favorite Smithson Valley a loss was turned away when the Rangers came up with four runs in the bottom of the seventh to clip the Antlers 8-7 Thursday, March 16.
MASON – Center Point’s small roster of track and field athletes produced big successes at the Puncher Relays held Wednesday, March 15, by winning four gold medals and bronze.
JUNCTION – The Junction Eagles defeated Center Point 22-7 Tuesday, March 14, which dropped the Pirates to 0-3 in the District 28-2A baseball race.
SEGUIN – The Lady Antlers broke a three-game slump that included two straight to open their District 26-5A softball schedule when they got by Seguin 9-8 in 10 innings Tuesday, March 14.
SAN ANTONIO – The Lady Antlers closed out the 2023 soccer season with a 5-0 blanking of SA Veterans Memorial Tuesday, March 14.
Smithson Valley hitting stressed Tivy’s pitching and the Rangers own pitchers effectively shutdown Antlers’ bats when the two sides began District 26-5A baseball play Tuesday, March 14 at Antler Field where the Rangers won 9-1.
The Tivy Antlers closed out their 2023 soccer season in positive fashion Monday, March 13, defeating San Antonio Veterans Memorial 5-2 before hometown fans.
JOHNSON CITY – In a first round showdown between two of District 28-2A’s softball contenders, Center Point found itself doubled up, 8-4, by Johnson City on Wednesday, March 15 when the Eagles used a big fourth inning to fly by the Lady Pirates.
Tivy’s run of successes was halted by San Antonio Reagan, 4-3, in Saturday’s afternoon affair of the Kerrville Baseball Classic played at Antler Field
SAN ANGELO – Tivy tennis players mixed things up well with teams from regions of the state they do not normally tangle with when Tivy was one of the teams participating in the San Angelo ISD Tennis Tournament held Thursday, March 9.
In their latest track and field competitions Hal Peterson Middle School Lady Spikes sacked up more than a few top finishes when they participated at La Vernia on Wednesday, March 8.
NEW BRAUNFELS – Tivy dropped its second District 26-5A softball game when the Lady Antlers fell 11-1 to New Braunfels Canyon on Friday.
The HPMS eighth grade Spikes finished third as a team in their division at the La Vernia Middle School track and field meet held Wednesday, March 8, and the seventh graders won another division championship.
The Lady Antlers closed the curtain on their home soccer schedule during Friday’s “Senior Night” when they hosted Comal Pieper, which spoiled the evening by defeating Tivy 5-0 in District 26-5A competition.
The Lady Pirates mopped up Mason 13-0 Friday to move to 3-1 for District 28-2A softball play when Center Point hosted the Lady Punchers.
KINGSVILLE – Three Pirates powerlifters qualified from regional to state when competition was completed in Kingsville on Friday, advancing them to Abilene later in March.
JUNCTION – Center Point boasted three first place finishes from its track and field athletes at Junction’s Hubbell Relays held Thursday, March 9.
Our Lady of the Hills hosted San Antonio Keystone and Cedar Park Summit Christian Academy in tennis matches Thursday, March 9 at Riverhill Country Club, dominating both teams.
MASON – Under the schedule format being used by District 28-2A baseball teams this season, Center Point found itself facing Mason twice in the same week with similar results.
Sarah Meek won another United States Tennis Association (UTSA) Tennis Tournament to begin the month of March when she competed in a “Level 6” tournament where she played up in the 16-years old division.
SAN ANTONIO -- The Lady Antlers completed their District 26-5A soccer sweep of San Antonio Wagner for the season when Tivy beat the Thunderbirds 3-0 on Tuesday, March 7.
COMFORT – Tivy’s Taylor Kubacak took first place from among 145 players, and the Lady Antlers finished second as a team at the 23-team Comfort Invitational Golf Tournament hosted at Buckhorn Golf Course on Wednesday, March 8.
BLANCO – The Tivy boys tested their golf game and endurance at the same time when they tackled Vaaler Creek course in Blanco during the Pieper High School Invitational held Tuesday, March 7.
SAN ANTONIO – Seven personal bests were established by Lady Antlers at the Davenport Wolves Relays held Thursday, March 9.
Tivy spotted San Antonio Cornerstone a 3-0 lead, but rallied back to defeat the Warriors 6-4 in non-district baseball played Tuesday, March 7 at Antler Field.
The Lady Antlers went toe-to-toe with Smithson Valley when Tivy hosted the Lady Rangers Tuesday, March 7 in the District 26-5A softball opener for both sides, but the Rangers did manage to score three runs over the final three innings to defeat Tivy 5-1.
The Antlers ran wild against San Antonio Wagner, 8-0, when Tivy hosted the Thunderbirds in boys’ District 26-5A soccer on what served as “Senior Night” for four athletes.
Center Point’s momentum gained from its season opening baseball win was corralled by the Mason Punchers 12-0, when both sides began District 28-A baseball action Tuesday, March 7 at Pirates Field.
HARPER – A leadoff homerun by Kaylee Blackledge and another strong outing by Blackledge on the mound was not enough to allow Center Point to get by Harper when the two District 28-2A softball contenders met Tuesday, March 8 in Harper.
LIBERTY HILL – Tivy won its final two games at the Liberty Hill Baseball Tournament on Saturday, giving the Antlers a 4-1 record at the event and momentum as they prepare to host their own tournament.
The Schreiner Unviversity men’s basketball team earned a trip to “The Dance,” by securing the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference championship last week with a 69-67 upset win over Trinity University.
BOERNE – Tivy scored first and held a halftime lead of 2-0, but Boerne Champion rallied to sneak by the Antlers 3-2 when the I-10 rivals faced off at Boerne ISD Stadium on Friday in District 26-5A boys soccer.
Tivy fell out of playoff contention when the Lady Antlers were defeated 2-1 by Boerne Champion on Friday in District 26-5A soccer played at Antler Stadium.
Center Point got off to a roaring hot start in District 28-2A softball games when the Lady Pirates beat Sonora and San Saba for what were the team’s third straight wins overall.
Center Point rallied from a 4-0 deficit in the first inning to swat the Yellowjackets 17-7 when they beat Menard Tuesday, Feb. 28 in the Pirates home baseball opener.
BANDERA – Tivy won the varsity girls’ division at the Bandera Bulldog Relays held Thursday, March 2, setting a dozen personal records in the process.
BANDERA – Tivy swept all three relay races and set 10 personal records when winning the varsity boys’ team championship at the Bandera Bulldogs track and field meet held Wednesday, March 2.
KINGSVILLE – Center Point will have four Pirates representing the school’s powerlifting program when they compete at the Region-IV meet in Kingsville starting Thursday.
Spikes eighth grade track and field athletes found their best grooves to date on Wednesday, March 8, and the end result was second place in their division of the Peterson Middle School Relays at Antler Stadium, while the seventh grade counterparts claimed their third consecutive division title.
Lady Spikes eighth grade track and field athletes won a third straight meet title when they claimed their division in front of hometown fans at the Hal Peterson Middle School Relays held Wednesday, March 1 at Antler Stadium.
MEDINA – Center Point track and field teams gave solid accountings of themselves at the Bobcat Relays held at Medina Thursday, March 2 when the Lady Pirates came in second, and the Pirates finished fifth.
Tivy tennis players claimed nine various honors at their own Antler Varsity Invitational held Thursday, March 2 at Kerrville’s H-E-B Courts.
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