Trailing by 10 points at halftime, Our Lady of the Hills mounted a furious comeback that came up just short in Friday’s 55-52 loss to UIL-member school Nueces Canyon in a 6-man football game played at Hawks Field.
The Lady Antlers halted their two-match slide Friday when they defeated visiting Seguin in a critical District 26-5A volleyball contest, 26-24, 25-19, 25-23, to stay in the thick of the race with their second win in league action.
SABINAL – The start of the District 30-2A schedule did not favor Center Point reversing its recent misfortunes on the volleyball court as the Lady Pirates lost to Sabinal 21-25, 12-25, 26-28 on Friday.
Liberty Hill capitalized on a punishing ground game and two defensive touchdowns to knock off Tivy, 28-6, in both teams’ District 13-5A Division II junior varsity opener Thursday at Antler Stadium.
LIBERTY HILL -- Four touchdown passes were not enough for Tivy’s Freshmen White team in its 54-28 loss to Liberty Hill in one of two sub-varsity road football games played Thursday.
Center Point’s senior cross country running sensation Taylor Vela showed why he is a force to be taken seriously to win the individual title at next month’s District 29-2A meet based on how he handled the competition at Tivy’s Antler River Run where he finished third Wednesday
Tivy cross country racers put on another solid home course performance for local fans of the sport when they competed in The First Annual Antler River Run held Wednesday at Flat Rock Park.
Hal Peterson Middle School invaded Flat Rock Park on Wednesday, captured three of four team championships and placed third in another, as part of the Antler River Run Cross Country Meet.
Eighth grade football teams from Hal Peterson Middle School had rough outings in Boerne on Tuesday when both sets of Spikes lost to Boerne South, while seventh Spikes defended their home field by sweeping South.
BOERNE – Tivy and Boerne Champion were locked in tight team tennis competition after doubles action Tuesday, but Champion dominated singles during what became Tivy’s 10-4 defeat in District 26-5A court action.
NEW BRAUNFELS – Tivy team tennis secured a postseason berth by coming through in ‘must win’ District 26-5A matches against New Braunfels Canyon and Seguin on Saturday – and both in big ways.
HARPER – One team was in search of its second win, the other in search of its first, and when all was said and done it was Harper coming out ahead of the Center Point Pirates 21-17 in rivalry football Friday night at Longhorns Stadium.
GIDDINGS – Tivy’s lone entry in the varsity Gold Division gave a solid accounting of himself, and the Antlers fared well as a team in the Black Division at Giddings’ Camp Tejas Cross Country Invitational held Friday.
Center Point is in need of a slump-buster after the Lady Pirates struggled for a third straight match, losing Friday’s non-district volleyball faceoff to Utopia 25-15, 21-25, 18-25, 25-17, 8-15.
WACO – Our Lady of the Hills’ scrappy Hawks eventually wore down against Waco Methodist Children’s home, losing 64-32 in private school non-district 6-man football Friday.
MARBLE FALLS — Tivy senior Kale Lackey’s 16-yard touchdown run with just over a minute to play capped a stunning late drive by the Antlers Friday night and lifted Tivy to a thrilling 28-21 come-from-behind win over host Marble Falls in a non-district battle at Mustang Stadium.
Tivy sophomore Cade Jones ran for two touchdowns and passed for a third, and the Antlers cruised to an easy 42-6 win over Marble Falls in non-district junior varsity action Thursday at Antler Stadium.
The Lady Hawks volleyball team of 2022 snapped a district losing streak that had reached 11 matches before Thursday’s three sets sweep of Cedar Park Summit at OLH’s Cailloux Gymnasium.
Boerne South managed to sweep all Hal Peterson Middle School volleyball teams Thursday, beating the eighth graders at Spikes Gym and taking down the seventh teams in Boerne.
LEAKEY – Tightly played volleyball was once again displayed when Center Point traveled to Leakey on Tuesday to face the Eagles for the third time this year, but after lassoing Leakey twice previously, the Lady Pirates were tripped up 23-25, 25-23, 25-23, 14-25, 6-15.
Hal Peterson Middle School football teams won a pair against Boerne Voss, lost one and ‘Mother Nature’ cut into another game when the Spikes engaged in their second games of the year Tuesday night at Spikes Stadium
Tivy team tennis put itself in ‘must win’ territory after Smithson Valley slipped away from Tivy’s home court Tuesday with a 10-6 win in District 26-5A court action.
After two straight matches on the road, the Lady Antlers were back home Tuesday and used the return to even their District 26-5A volleyball record at 1-1 by beating San Antonio Wagner.
SAN ANTONIO – Tivy girls faced a couple of District 26-5A rivals when they ran against Smithson Valley and Comal Pieper at Pieper’s own cross country meet held Saturday.
A glitch in the system caused the scoreboard and clock at Pirates Stadium to go dark Friday, which was just as well since a fuse may have blown anyway based on the number of points produced when Center Point and New Braunfels Christian combined for 108.
HALLETTSVILLE -- Our Lady of the Hills fell to 0-2 in the District 5-2A volleyball race when the Lady Hawks struggled against Hallettsville Sacred Heart on Thursday, losing 25-13, 25-11, 25-7.
MEDINA – Our Lady of the Hills found tough going in its first road game of the year when the Hawks were shutout 48-0 by Medina in non-district 6-man football action Friday night.
In another rematch, Center Point was unable to even the score, and had its winning streak snapped in the process when the Lady Pirates fell to San Antonio Stacey in non-district volleyball Friday at Pirates Gym.
Hal Peterson Middle School volleyball teams broke even in Thursday night volleyball matches with Boerne Voss, taking wins at the eighth grade level, while losing some close sets in seventh grade matches.
FREDRICKSBURG – Layton Edmonds’ forced fumble that was recovered by Eric Batts iced Tivy’s junior varsity football win over Fredericksburg, 34-28, Thursday night at Billie Stadium.
NEW BRAUNFELS – The start of District 26-5A volleyball startup campaign was not kind to the Lady Antlers who were dropped in three sets, 7-25, 17-25, 16-25, by New Braunfels Canyon on Friday.
Despite a strong start, the Antlers were plagued by penalties and endured a punishing ground game by Fredericksburg, resulting in a heartbreaking 31-28 loss for Tivy Friday night at Antler Stadium in non-district action.
HARPER – Hal Peterson Middle School won three of four divisions at the Jacob Krebs Cross Country Invitational held Wednesday and also had a pair of gold-medal winning individuals.
SAN ANTONIO – The Tivy Lady Antlers found tough going in their final non-district volleyball match when they fell in three sets to San Antonio Antonian on Tuesday, 16-25, 13-25, 19-25, in road game action.
Our Lady of the Hills went five sets for the first time this season when the Lady Hawks were beaten by Austin Waldorf in District 5-2A volleyball action on OLH’s home court Thursday night.
HARPER – Taylor Vela crushed the field enroute to claiming gold for Center Point in the varsity boys’ division competition during the Jacob Krebs Cross Country Invitational held Wednesday.
The Lady Pirates and Lady Rockcrushers' latest installment paid the same dividends as in the team’s previous two meetings, which meant Center Point ran its volleyball win streak to six at the expense of Knippa when the two teams played Friday at Pirate Gym.
PFLUGERVILLE – McKenzie Dimery made her Our Lady of the Hills volleyball coaching debut with one home match and another on the road for the Lady Hawks, who are still search of their first match win of the year.
Center Point’s fourth quarter push came up short at Iraan’s 11 yardline with 3:44 to play, depriving the Pirates of their first win in what was an otherwise stellar performance during a 26-23 loss to the Braves on Friday.
Our Lady of the Hills led Round Rock Christian 16-14 at halftime, but the Crusaders came back to hand the Hawks a 36-16 home field loss Friday night at Hawks Field that evens OLH at 1-1.
SAN ANTONIO – A furious fourth quarter Tivy rally saw the Antlers battle back from a 31-14 deficit to trail Comal Davenport 31-28 Friday, but Davenport running back Shastin Golden’s 18-yard scamper for a first down with just over a minute remaining ended the Antlers’ victory bid in a non-dis…