SAN ANTONIO - Tivy jumped out to an early 14-0 lead, but struggled to hold off Class 6A San Antonio East Central, who rallied to a heartbreaking 31-28 win over the Antlers Friday night at Hornet Stadium in non-district action.
The Lady Antlers came out on top of a thrilling, sometimes frustrating, 3-1 win over Boerne Champion in an all-important District 26-5A volleyball match at Antler Gym on Friday night.
LLANO – For the second straight race, Tivy’s Gold girls’ team brought home a championship when they claimed the top spot at Llano’s Late Season Cross Country Invitational held Monday, Oct. 12.
From the moment Ally Scheidle knocked down her first kill Saturday, things went pretty swimmingly for Tivy and totally against visiting Buda Johnson as the Lady Antlers cruised to a 25-14, 25-14, 25-13 win over the Lady Jaguars in District 26-5A volleyball action at Antler Gym.
LLANO – First place team finishes were the order of the meet when both Tivy teams raced at the Yellowjackets Late Season Cross Country Invitational on Monday, Oct. 5.
Antler fans witnessed the return of the Tivy offense, spectacular defensive performances and had plenty to cheer about, despite the 56-35 loss to Class 6A Killeen Shoemaker Friday night at Antler Stadium in non-district action.
CORPUS CHRISTI — Corpus Christi Calallen’s Epi Hinojosa ran for three scores, and the No. 4 state-ranked Wildcats capitalized on a bruising offensive rushing attack to knock off Tivy, 28-0, in non-district action Friday at Phil Danaher Stadium.
SAN ANTONIO – The brooms were out for Tivy as the Lady Antlers swept San Antonio Veteran’s Memorial at every level in District 26-5A volleyball matches on Tuesday night in road game action.
A rematch between two playoff teams from last season happened to be the District 26-5A district volleyball opener this time around and although the outcome favored Alamo Heights, Tivy head coach Stephanie Coates could take solace in the fact the Lady Antlers rose to the occasion despite comi…
INGRAM – Continued improvement showed up for Tivy cross country racers when they tackled the course at the Warrior Invitational held Saturday at Tom Moore High School.
JOHNSON CITY – After sorting through three different scrimmage opponents, TFND finally made its debut Thursday when the Antlers scrimmaged against Round Rock McNeil on the turf of Class 2A Johnson City’s field.
Tivy’s head volleyball coach Stephanie Coates is an optimist and a glass half full type, who had some positives for her squad despite opening the season with a three-set loss to Shertz Clemens by set scores of 18-25, 20-25, 19-25 Tuesday night at Angler Gym.
HARPER – Tivy cross country runners worked through unseasonable weather conditions, handled themselves fairly well against teams that were already meet-tested and had some solid competition against one another when they raced at the Jacob Krebs Invitational in Harper on Thursday.
A Highway 16 rivalry was taken up on the court where Tivy opened its team tennis season by out-doing Fredericksburg 12-7 in matches played Tuesday, Sept. 8 at Tivy High School.
Although the 2020 season went less than a month – officially lasting from Feb. 24 to March 15, several Tivy Antlers showed up highly-ranked among the state’s statistical leaders as compiled by Texas High School Baseball.
With only a pair of District 26-5A matches left on the docket when COVID-19 wiped out the remainder of the season, league coaches had seen enough to select an all-district boys’ team, and there are six Antlers who earned honors.
Senior Alliyah Jasso headlines a total of 10 Lady Antlers on the 26-5A girls’ all-district soccer team that was recently released after selections by district coaches, despite the fact the season was unable to continue once coronavirus protocols were put in place.
Their 2020 season did not end with the envisioned playoff run that Tivy fans have become accustomed to, due to COVID-19, but three Antlers will still continue to play the game of baseball beyond their years wearing the Blue and Gold.
Tivy’s Lady Antlers softball team still had a ways to go when things were derailed by 2020’s coronavirus situation a few weeks ago, and they were among 1,062 high schools across the state that found themselves looking outside on seasons that may – or may not – resume this year.
While actual kickoffs for the 2020 high school football season are still months away, Our Lady of the Hills’ all-state TAPPS performer Stephen Grocki has already been sharpening his kicking skills to ensure more accurate, higher, and father trajectories come August.
LEANDER – Tivy made the most of its remaining baseball games before the UIL-mandated suspension of activities kicked in by defeating Vista Ridge 6-1 on Saturday and on Friday taking down Leander Glenn 5-0 and College Station during games at the Leander ISD Tournament.
Tivy knocked out 14 hits in a pair of Thursday baseball games, one of which was in District 26-5A play that put Tivy to 4-0 in the district, and the other contest was a tournament game.
WIMBERLEY – Track and field units representing the Antlers and Lady Antlers fared well at the Texan Relays in Wimberley on Thursday, where Tivy’s boys came in second and the girls finished third out of 13 teams on hand.
Tivy’s potential playoff run took a hit when the Lady Antlers were edged 2-1 in District 26-5A soccer on Tuesday by San Antonio Veteran’s Memorial at Antler Stadium.
SAN ANTONIO – A first-half lead of 2-1 did not stand up for the Antlers when Veteran’s Memorial rallied in the second half to score a 4-2 win over Tivy in District 26-5A boys soccer action on Tuesday.
SAN ANTONIO - Fueled by 11 hits and 18 RBIs, Tivy took only five innings to claim a 20-0 District 26-5A win over San Antonio Memorial, limiting the Minutemen to a single hit on Monday night.
SHARYLAND – The Antlers closed out a long road trip to Sharyland with some impressive wins at the Sharyland ISD Baseball Tournament over the weekend after starting with a pair of ties.
Tivy may have been roughed up in the Seguin ISD Softball Tournament, but the Lady Antlers were dominant against San Antonio Kennedy in a District 26-5A game played Friday at Tivy’s home field.
A tough list of track and field teams were on hand for Tivy’s annual Antler Relays held Thursday and when final point totals were tallied, the Antlers were second only to Austin Westlake in the varsity boys division, 145-143.
SAN ANTONIO – The Lady Antlers extracted something positive against San Antonio Wagner by taking the match 1-0 and atoning for a loss earlier to the Thunderbirds in District 26-5A action.
Tivy managed a slight uptick against San Antonio Wagner in District 26-5A boys soccer on Friday at Antler Stadium when the match wound up 1-1 and remained that way since district rules preclude breaking ties.
BOERNE – Tivy’s best playoff run in boys basketball in a decade came to an end on Tuesday when the Antlers fell 64-43 to San Antonio Wagner in a Class 5A regional match that served as the season’s rubber match between the two squads.
Tivy hosted the Lady Antler and Antler Invitational Golf Tournament on Monday at Kerrville's Schreiner Municipal Golf Course and had some positive results to report.
Tivy girls’ soccer may be peaking at the right time as the Lady Antlers make a push towards the playoffs since their 7-0 kayoing of San Antonio Kennedy moved their winning streak to four games after grounding the Lady Rockets at Antler Stadium on Friday.
SAN ANTONIO – Tivy’s senior-laden team extended its basketball season by getting past Floresville 60-51 in boys Class 5A area round action on Friday and advancing to the reginal quarterfinals.
SAN ANTONIO – The Lady Antlers put together a couple of 16-2 runs that were vital for Tivy in its 59-55 Class 5A regional semifinals basketball win over Corpus Christi Veterans Memorial on Friday, a win that marked the 102 career win for the team's seniors.
SAN ANTONIO – The Lady Antlers survived several San Antonio Wagner rallies, foul troubles and the outright familiarity that the Thunderbirds had with Tivy to take a 63-54 win over Wagner in girls Class 5A regional quarterfinals action at Northside ISD Sports Gym on Tuesday.
The season opener also served as the first District 26-5A game of the year for Tivy’s baseball Antlers, who made short work of the Seguin Matadors 12-2 on Tuesday and Antler Field.
SAN ANTONIO – Tivy stayed in the thick of making a run for a potential playoff spot out of the District 26-5A girls soccer circle by defeating San Antonio Memorial 1-0 on Tuesday night in road game action.
NEW BRAUNFELS — It was an action-packed, fast-paced physical game and one that Tivy coach Brian Young called “one of the most memorable wins of my career” Tuesday night as the Antlers punched their ticket to the second round of the high school playoffs for the first time in six years with a …