Our Lady of the Hills topped Junction, 9-5, in the Hawks’ 2021 season opener last Monday at Hoelscher Field.
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.
Three days in pads and one scrimmage were all it took for Our Lady of the Hills’ football Hawks to look in solid form as they prepare to open their TAPPS 6-man football season.
It was not an entirely empty glass that was served up to members of the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools during Friday's webinar dealing with the business of how to proceed with handling fall's extracurricular activities during the upcoming school year.
One more instance of closure is up for athletes at Our Lady of the Hills over the next couple of weeks, after 2020 spring seasons went awry due to COVID-19 fears, that prompted both TAPPS and the UIL to cancel remaining contests.
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.