SAN ANTONIO – Our Lady of the Hills was held to one hit during a 10-3 loss to TMI in a baseball game played Tuesday night at Panther Field.
The 2020 season baseball opener for Our Lady of the Hills was not kind to the Hawks, who lost to Victoria St. Joseph 12-2 on Friday at the Kerrville Sports Complex after the game was moved from the OLH campus due to standing water on the field.
SAN ANTONIO -- After a one year absence, Our Lady of the Hills' Lady Hawks made the most of the TAPPS soccer playoffs by reaching the second round, where they faced John Paul-II on Tuesday.
BRYAN – Our Lady of the Hills gave a valiant effort before falling just sort, 4-3, against Bryan St. Joseph in TAPPS bi-district boys soccer on Wednesday.
Just four days removed from beating Boerne Geneva on the Eagle’s home field, Our Lady of the Hills lost on its own turf to the Eagles, 3-1, Monday as TAPPS district girls soccer action winds down.
BOERNE – Our Lady of the Hills picked up a big soccer win on Thursday against Boerne Geneva, 3-2, in a game that had been rescheduled due to weather a couple of weeks before.
HALLETTSVILLE – Our Lady of the Hills' attempts at a playoff run now face an uphill climb after the Hawks 57-32 district setback against Sacred Heart on Tuesday.
It was a tale of two halves when Our Lady of the Hills hosted San Antonio Lutheran for a non-district boys’ basketball game Thursday at Callioux Gymnasium that wound up favoring the Mustangs over the Hawks 71-43.
Our Lady of the Hills' boys continued to hang in for a possible TAPPS soccer playoff berth by crushing the Crusaders of San Antonio Atonement 5-1 on Tuesday at the Kerrville Soccer Complex.
The Lady Hawks soccer team from OLH put a 7-2 pummeling on the New Braunfels Christian Academy Lady Wildcats during Monday’s meeting at the Kerrville Soccer Complex.
Our Lady of the Hills went up 3-0 at half and added another goal in the second to preserve a 4-1 soccer win over New Braunfels Christian in boys’ TAPPS district play Monday at Kerrville’s soccer complex.
In a game that saw 21 lead changes and nine ties, Our Lady of the Hills finally came out on top 69-63 versus the Gervin Academy Coyotes in non-district basketball action Friday at Callioux Gymnasium.
There were some rust issues and conditioning issues for the Hawks when Our Lady of the Hills returned from a week-long Christmas break and took the floor in its own annual basketball tourna-ment, but the Hawks managed to go 1-2 in its games.
Our Lady of the Hills went to 1-1-1 for the season after losing 6-3 to Schertz John Paul II in TAPPS 3A District 4 girls soccer action Monday at Kerrville’s Soccer Complex.
Our Lady of the Hills began its girls’ soccer season deadlocking 4-4 with San Antonio Antonian’s junior varsity squad Tuesday at the Kerrville Soccer Complex.
Our Lady of the Hills found itself down by 14 points at the end of the first quarter of its non-district basketball game against San Antonio Jubilee Academy on Tuesday, and despite cutting the lead in half as well as outscoring the Lions in both the second and fourth quarters, it was not eno…
Our Lady of the Hills began defense of its 2019 TAPPS boys state basketball championship by smoking San Antonio Winston 79-24 on Tuesday at Callioux Gym at the OLH campus.
LEANDER – Our Lady of the Hills made its fourth straight football win its most important on Friday when the Hawks tamed the Lions of Huntsville Alpha Omega 36-28 and advance in TAPPS 6-man Division-II playoff action.
Our Lady of the Hills rolls into the TAPPS 6-Man football playoffs with a three-game winning streak after clipping Waco Live Oak’s Falcons 66-52 at the Hawks' home field Friday night.
The Hawks earned their first win in just over a month when they kayoed the Celtics from Temple Holy Trinity 54-6 on Friday in a TAPPS 6-Man football game that was called in the third quarter due to the “mercy rule” used n 6-man games.
WACO – Our Lady of the Hills cross country team cracked the top 10 by finishing tenth in the team standings at the TAPPS Class 3A State Cross Country Meet held Monday, Oct. 21 at Cottonwood Creek Golf Course in Waco.
NEW BRAUNFELS – Our Lady of the Hills generated some points against a quality opponent, but still fell 54-38 to the New Braunfels Christian Wildcats on Friday in TAPPS 6-man district football action.
SAN ANTONIO – Our Lady of the Hills picked up its first win in over a month and evened the score against Castle Hills in TAPPS district volleyball rankings Thursday night in road game action.
Our Lady of the Hills dropped to 0-3 in TAPPS district volleyball play when San Antonio Keystone wrapped up the Lady Hawks in three sets 15-25, 26-28, 13-25 Tuesday at Callioux Gym.
Our Lady of the Hills' district TAPPS volleyball opener started well enough for the Lady Hawks, who held off Castle Hills in the first set to score a win, but eventually fell 3-1 by set scores of 25-19, 21-25, 19-25, 23-25 on Tuesday at Callioux Gymnasium.
The home, and season opener for Our Lady of the Hills’ football was short circuited due to heavy lightening that plagued the area on Friday, ending the game in the first half.
Our Lady of the Hills took on three different teams in football scrimmage action at Hawks Field on Friday, Aug. 23 and was perfect, at least on the scoreboard, as the regular season comes around this week.
BULVERDE – The Our Lady of the Hills volleyball team was on the road Tuesday, Aug. 20 and came home with their first win of the season in five sets over Living Rock 22-25, 25-10, 25-27, 25-13, 15-10.
Our Lady of the Hills came up short in their season opener against Marble Falls Faith Academy Tuesday night at Cailloux Gym, falling 3-1 with set scores of 18-25, 20-25, 23-25.
BASTROP – Our Lady of the Hills' reformation of its track and field teams paid dividends at the TAPPS regional meet in Bastrop on Friday as the Hawks qualified for state meet competition in three relays, plus an individual event.
Our Lady of the Hills' baseball Hawks got right back into playoff contention by taking a district doubleheader from the San Antonio Keystone Cobras 22-0, and 15-0 on Friday at Hoelscher Field.
Our Lady of the Hills' baseball gave up five runs in the first inning, and had six more scored against them in the fifth as New Braunfels Christian's Wildcats took a 16-3 decision on Tuesday at Hoelscher Field.