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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
INGRAM – Cross country runners from Our Lady of the Hills continued showing improvement based on latest efforts turned in at the Warrior Invitational held Saturday on the campus of Ingram Tom Moore High School.
Our Lady of the Hills scored six touchdowns on the ground, had one via a pass, another off a scoop and score and the Hawks needed each and every one to withstand Medina’s aerial barrage to come away with a 58-52 non-district 6-man football win on Thursday night at OLH’s home field.
SAN ANTONIO – Our Lady of the Hills swept San Antonio St. Gerard in three sets – and for the season – when the Lady Hawks volleyball team handled the Royals 25-22, 26-24, 25-23 on Tuesday.
The Lady Hawks used a variety of rotations and got stellar efforts, all of which resulted in Our Lady of the Hills College Prep's first volleyball victory of the year Thursday night in four sets against San Antonio St. Gerard 25-12, 27-25, 21-25, 26-24 at Callioux Gymnasium.
WACO — Natalie Wagner carded another third-place finish for Our Lady of the Hills, but it was a big finale for the freshman because it came at the TAPPS Class 3A state golf tournament held April 26-27 in Waco.
BASTROP — Three Our Lady of the Hills tracksters moved on to state meet competition after finishing as one of the top four in their respective events at this week’s Class 3A TAPPS Southern Region Track and Field Meet in Bastrop.
BRYAN — Our Lady of the Hills’ Lady Hawks qualified as a team to the TAPPS state golf tournament, and the Hawks also sent a single player to the tourney based on regional results April 19 at Bryan’s Pebble Creek Country Club course.
A 14-12 nail-biter and a 15-5 rout were the order of the day as Our Lady of the Hills knocked off Austin San Juan Diego twice in TAPPS Division IV District 4 baseball doubleheader action Friday at Hoelscher Field.
SAN MARCOS — Our Lady of the Hills finished second for the boys division and fourth on the girls side at the TAPPS District 4-3A track and field meet held Monday, April 12 and Wednesday, April 14.
Our Lady of the Hills’ golfers prepped for their upcoming TAPPS district tournament by taking time last Monday to hit the Comanche Trace Course under the watchful eyes of head coach Trevor Hyde.
Our Lady of the Hills’ golfers prepped for their upcoming TAPPS district tournament by taking time on Monday to hit the Comanche Trace Course under the watchful eyes of head coach Trevor Hyde.
Our Lady of the Hills’ Kolten Kitchens and Hudson White combined to toss a no-hitter against Round Rock Christian last Tuesday and received plenty of run support from Hawks bats en route to an 18-1 district win in TAPPS Division IV District 4 action in Round Rock.
Our Lady of the Hills scored four times and held San Antonio Holy Cross out of the goal to claim a 4-0 win Monday in TAPPS Division III District 5 action at the Kerrville Soccer Complex.
New Braunfels Christian showed why it's the TAPPS 3A District 6 frontrunner by scratching back from several deficits to finally overcome a gritty Our Lady of the Hills squad, 87-83, in overtime Friday on the Hawks’ home floor.
TEMPLE — Our Lady of the Hills suffered its first loss of the season on Saturday, falling 5-2 to Temple Holy Trinity in Division III District 2 girls' soccer road action.
Our Lady of the Hills soared past Waco Reicher 12-0 on Thursday at the Kerrville Soccer Complex as the Lady Hawks stayed unbeaten for the season and in TAPPS Division III District 2 play at 2-0.
Soot was still in the system and rust was evident when Our Lady of the Hills hosted a twinbill of non-district basketball games Tuesday at Cailloux Gym, with the Hawks losing both by one point.
SAN MARCOS — Our Lady of the Hills ran into a battering ram – literally – when Bryan Allen Academy bounced the Hawks out of TAPPS Division II playoff contention, 64-16, on Saturday in a third-round game.
MARBLE FALLS — Our Lady of the Hills shook off some second-half sloppiness to hold on for a 40-36 second-round TAPPS Division II six-man playoff win against Temple Holy Trinity Saturday afternoon.
Our Lady of the Hills set up a winner-take-all confrontation for its regular season finale by defeating San Antonio St. Mary’s Hall 55-6 on Friday at Hawk Field in TAPPS Division II District 5 action.
AUSTIN – For the first time this season, Our Lady of the Hills did not get to leave work early, and in fact the Hawks had to work overtime on Friday before collecting their signature bonus win with a 53-51 decision over Texas School for the Deaf.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.