SAN ANTONIO — Beating an arch-rival in a championship contest is one of the best moments in sports, and Tivy’s combo of Lexi Harrel and Shayna Meek experienced that thrill last week when they won the girls’ doubles title at the District 26-5A Tennis Tournament held Thursday and Friday at th…
GEORGETOWN — At the Class 5A area track and field meet pitting Districts 25-5A against 26-5A Wednesday, two Tivy Antlers moved on to regional competition based on their performances.
KYLE — Tivy’s Eric Tenery had a dream game that turned into a weekend nightmare for the Lehman Lobos when the Antlers kayoed the Kyle-based school, 15-2, to take a much needed District 26-5A road win Saturday.
Three Tivy hoopsters have been selected to play in the 5th Annual Chicken Express All-Star game to be held Saturday, April 17, at Fredericksburg High School.
Despite getting their lead batter on base in five of seven innings, Tivy’s Lady Antlers were unable to capitalize in what became a 3-1 District 26-5A win for visiting Seguin Tuesday at Lady Antler Field.
After a series of close District 26-5A losses and blowout defeats that extended their its streak to three games, Tivy picked up a much-needed win Saturday by beating Kyle Lehman, 3-1, at Antler Field.
NEW BRAUNFELS — A dozen Tivy athletes extended their seasons by virtue of performances at the District 26-5A Track and Field Meet held March 30-31 at New Braunfels Canyon High School.
BLANCO — Tivy freshman Raleygh Simpson continued her standout season after turning in a regional-qualifying showing at the District 26-5A girls golf tournament held March 29-30 at Vaaler Creek Course in Blanco.
FREDERICKSBURG — Tivy track and field athletes put the wrap on regular season meet performances last Thursday at the Carlin Wicker Relays, with both varsity teams finishing third.
NEW BRAUNFELS –It was definitely a tale of two teams in back to back District 26-5A baseball games played by Tivy when they faced New Braunfels Canyon on Saturday after hosting Buda Johnson Friday night.
SAN ANTONIO — The start of the second half District 26-5A’s softball schedule began with the Tivy Lady Antlers suffering a heartbreaking 5-4 loss to Alamo Heights on Saturday after the Mules managed a one-out walk off double.
Rivalry matchups usually bring out the best that teams have to offer, and last Tuesday’s District 26-5A soccer contest between Tivy and Boerne Champion at Antler Stadium didn’t disappoint.
The first run of the game went to Tivy, but the game itself went to Buda Johnson, 12-1, in a District 26-5A Spring Break contest Tuesday at Lady Antler Field.
SEGUIN — Tivy sophomore Eric Tenery’s grand slam highlighted an 11-hit Antler batting attack in a 7-5 come-from-behind road win over Seguin Thursday — the Antlers’ first victory in District 26-5A action following a pair of tough losses.
SAN ANTONIO — Tivy outhit San Antonio Veterans Memorial, but couldn’t convert where it mattered most on the scoreboard in a 3-2 loss to the Patriots last Tuesday, a setback that dropped the Antlers to 0-2 in District 26-5A play.
Tivy notched its second straight win over a District 26-5A girls soccer foe when the Lady Antlers came from behind to beat Buda Johnson, 2-1, on Tuesday in front of Tivy’s home fans.
COMFORT – The Tivy Lady Antlers’ Blue Team shot some of its best scores of the season, including a record-round 66 by freshman Raleygh Simpson, en route to capturing the championship at the Deer Golf Invitational on Monday.
Tivy athletes pointed in the vast majority of events but were not able to overcome depth-laden squads in the overall team standings at the Charles Dobbs Antler Relays held Thursday.
Tivy pushed across three fourth-inning runs, but the burst wasn’t enough to overcome Kyle Lehman in a 9-3 loss to the visiting Lady Lobos Tuesday in District 26-5A softball action at Lady Antler Field.
Tivy posted a 2-2 record over two days at the San Marcos ISD Tournament, a run highlighted by the Antlers’ 15-5 win over San Antonio Warren Friday that saw Tivy pound out 17 total hits.
Dripping Springs showed why it is District 26-5A’s frontrunner in girls’ soccer when the Tigers clawed Tivy, 5-0, Saturday afternoon underneath gray skies and mist at Antler Stadium.
SAN ANTONIO – Tivy’s Jordan Joy scattered 10 hits over three innings, and the Lady Antlers upped their District 26-5A record to 2-0 after pounding San Antonio Veterans Memorial, 12-0, last Tuesday in the Alamo city.
JOHNSON CITY – Leander Glenn managed one stellar quarter in Tuesday’s Class 5A bi-district basketball game with Tivy, and it was just enough to get the Grizzlies past the Antlers, 59-47.
Tivy put the wraps on its 2020-21 home floor schedule by knocking off Dripping Springs, 56-29, Friday night at Antler Gym, a win that evened the score for one of the Lady Antlers’ District 26-5A setbacks earlier this season.
Tivy followed a familiar script against Boerne Champion Tuesday, but the first time in six games the ending wasn’t the usual as the visiting Chargers left Antler Gym with a 62-50 win to stay unbeaten (14-0) in District 26-5A play and up their season record to 23-1.
Tivy caught fire in the final 1:19 of the first quarter and mustered up enough offense to compliment a massive defensive lockdown on the way to beating state-ranked New Braunfels Canyon, 34-25, Friday at Antler Gym — a victory that moved the Lady Antlers within one win of wrapping another Di…
BUDA — Tivy’s recent strong of successes reached four games when the Antlers tamed the Jaguars of Buda Johnson, 75-55, in a Saturday afternoon contest that had previously been postponed due to COVID issues at Johnson.
The message on the scoreboard read loud and clear “A Really Big Dill,” but Tivy head girls’ basketball coach Christy Dill was quick to credit players, assistant coaches, family and the Kerrville community in postgame festivities Tuesday after the Lady Antlers raised their District 26-5A reco…
SPRING BRANCH – After opening with a pair of ties in their first two matches at the Smithson Valley Ranger Soccer Classic, the Tivy Antlers finished up Saturday by blanking Class 6A New Braunfels, 1-0.
SAN ANTONIO – Tivy suffered its first loss of the season, but played for the San Antonio ISD Soccer Tournament championship in the process in matches Thursday and Friday at the SAISD Athletic Complex.
Shortly after the opening tip off on Tuesday at Antler Gym, the jumbotron scoreboard went dark and stayed blank for the entire first half, but that was the only glitch for the evening as the Tivy boys’ basketball team displayed its grit in taking a District 26-5A win over visiting San Antoni…
FREDERICKSBURG – After their planned competition at the San Marcos ISD Tournament was cancelled, Tivy’s Lady Antlers were able to enter into Frederickburg’s Invitational and went 1-0-1 in two games played Friday.
Head coach Joe Davis made a postgame analogy about Tivy’s latest gutsy effort that came up just short, 68-62, against Alamo Heights when the Antlers hosted the Mules Friday in a District 26-5A contest at Antler Gym.
Second-half resiliency was not quite enough to bring Tivy all the way back during Tuesday’s home court encounter with Dripping Springs, where the end result was a 66-58 Antler loss to the visiting Tigers in District 26-5A hoops action at Antler Gym.