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
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 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.
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.
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BOERNE – Peterson Middle School track and field teams won two divisions, and were runner-up in two others at Boerne ISD’s Middle School Relays held Monday,
The Hal Peterson eighth grade Lady Spikes basketball teams finished their season recently by competing at the middle school district tournament in Boerne.
BOERNE – After being down 22-11 at halftime the Lady Spikes 8A team went on a 15-1 run in the third quarter and never looked back as they defeated Boerne South 41-34 on Thursday in middle school basketball action.
While the Hal Peterson Middle School eighth grade teams split their games with Boerne South on the road, the seventh grade Spikes swept the Chargers before a home crowd Wednesday night.
Tough losses in three of four games with Boerne South were the result of action by Hal Peterson Middle School football teams on Tuesday, with seventh graders splitting games and eighth grade teams coming up short.
For the second time this season Hal Peterson Middle School 8C football team defeated Hudson Bend of the Lake Travis ISD, the latest coming on Monday when the Spikes managed 27-0 blanking.
DRIPPING SPRINGS – Hal Peterson Middle School volleyball teams participated in a tournament in Dripping Springs on Saturday ending with the Lady Spikes 8B team finishing as tournament champions of their division.
DRIPPING SPRINGS – Peterson Middle School’s eighth grade Spikes split their football games with Dripping Springs on Tuesday on the road, winning the 8B game and being shut out in the 8A game.
SAN ANTONIO – Our Lady of the Hills closed out its volleyball nondistrict schedule with a 3-0 setback at the hands of Legacy on Tuesday, Sep., 10 by set scores of 26-24, 25-11, 25-12.
Hal Peterson Middle School volleyball teams had a mostly successful opening to their respective seasons when they hosted Voss Middle School on Thursday at HPMS and B.T. Wilson gyms.
Although the Kerrville-Harper Junior Little League All-Stars outhit McAllister Park 10-5, the local team failed to capitalize on the rips, falling by a score of 5-2 in a season-ending game during the Texas West Section 3 tournament held at Ingram Tom Moore High School Monday night.
The Kerrville-Harper Junior All-Stars survived a nail-biter that ended with a walk-off single by Julian Rhodes that cemented a 13-12 win over D’Hanis Sunday night at Ingram Tom Moore High School in Texas West Section 3 Little League All-Star tournament action.
McAllister Park posted 10 runs over two innings to defeat the Kerrville-Harper Junior Little League All-Stars 11-3 Saturday night in Texas West Section 3 tournament action at Ingram Tom Moore High School, hosted by Ingram Little Leauge.
After building a 3-0 lead over five innings, the Kerrville Little League Junior All-Stars erupted in the final two frames to take an 11-1 win over Crystal City in Texas West Section 3 tournament action at Ingram Tom Moore High School.
The Kerrville Majors All-Stars put up a fight, but were unable to overcome a Boerne lead Friday night at Ingram Little League fields, falling 12-9 in a District 26 elimination game, which ended the season for the local sluggers.
The Kerrville Majors All-Stars connected on nine hits, including a homerun by Noah Collins, to hold off Boerne in what could have been a season-ending game that Kerrville claimed with a 8-7 victory Wednesday night at Ingram Little League Fields in District 26 Little League All-Star action.
FREDERICKSBURG – A 10-run fourth inning by Fredericksburg dashed all hopes for the Kerrville Minors All-Stars to advance in District 26 tournament play Wedneday night, falling 13-9 in a season-ending loss.
With the score knotted at 7-7 in the third inning, the Kerrville Minors All-Stars responded by recording seven runs over the next two innings to take a 14-9 win over Harper in District 26 All-Star tournament action played in Fredericksburg.
A big fifth inning, fueled by a left field homer by Domynik Vasquez, gave the Kerrville Majors All-Stars their first lead of the game, a lead they would build to take a win Monday night at Ingram Little Fields, defeating a combined Lakehills-Pipe Creek team 14-7 in District 26 Little League …
INGRAM – The Kerrville Majors All-Stars dropped a heartbreaker Tuesday night at the Ingram Little League Fields, giving up the lead late in the game and falling 5-4 to Boerne.
FREDERICKSBURG – The Kerrville Minors All-Star team racked up their first win in post-season play, claiming a 17-6 victory over Comfort in four innings of play in the first round of the All-Star tournament Tuesday night in Fredericksburg.