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.
New Braunfels Canyon converted several turnovers in the final 2:06 to turn back a Tivy rally and drop the Antlers, 62-55, on Tuesday in a critical early District 26-5A hoops matchup at Antler Gym.
Tivy cranked up the heat after a somewhat cool first quarter and rolled to a 47-25 win over Buda Johnson Friday at home to run its District 26-5A basketball record to 5-0 while improving to 8-3 overall.
District 26-5A’s top four teams dominated the All-District volleyball selections announced recently by league coaches after the district’s final playoff representative was eliminated in state semifinal playoff action.
After engaging in a series of close wins and losses this season, Tivy was due to break out and did so in a big way by slapping Seguin, 81-56, to claim a District 26-5A hoops win Friday at Antler Gym.
A shutout in one quarter and a near lockdown in another was just part of the story behind Tivy’s 51-16 blasting of Kyle Lehman Tuesday in District 26-5A action at Antler Gym.
Tivy’s Riley Dill scored seven of her game-high 11 points in the final 3:37 of Friday’s District 26-5A showdown with No. 5 state-ranked San Antonio Veterans Memorial, and teammate Jamie Jackson made a game-winning steal and layup with 46 seconds remaining to lead the Lady Antlers past the vi…
The fourth win in a row posted by Tivy’s Lady Antler basketball team was also the start of District 26-5A play and saw the Lady Antlers roll past Alamo Heights, 61-14, at the confines of Tivy’s home court Tuesday.
SAN ANTONIO – Tivy trailed Alamo Heights 10-9 heading into the halftime break and held the Mules scoreless for more than 22 minutes in the second half before ultimately falling by a score of 17-9 in both teams’ final District 15-5A Division II game Friday night at Jerry Comalander Stadium.
Tivy rallied from an early 6-0 deficit to lead Killeen Harker Heights 14-13 at the end of the first quarter and 35-29 at halftime, but the visiting Knights rode a 20-10 third-quarter scoring edge to an eventual 59-51 win over the Antlers in non-district hoops action Saturday at Antler Gym.
Home court advantage went to Tivy Friday night after the Lady Antlers grounded San Antonio Brackenridge’s Lady Eagles, 59-23, in non-district girls’ basketball action at Antler Gym.
Tivy suffered a heartbreaking 28-14 loss to Medina Valley Friday night at Antler Stadium after the Panthers took the lead with 5:40 left to play, then cemented the win with a second fourth-quarter touchdown in District 15-5A Division II action.
FREDERICKSBURG — In a play-in match to determine the final District 26-5A postseason representative, Boerne Champion rode 15 kills from 5-foot-11 sophomore Emma Wegleitner to a 3-0 sweep of Tivy Monday at Fredericksburg’s Battlin’ Billies Gym.
SAN ANTONIO — Tivy suffered another close loss Friday, falling 30-23 to San Antonio O’Connor in non-district road action. The Lady Antlers (0-3) have lost all three of their early games by a total of 11 points.
A two-day stretch of District 26-5A matchups saw Tivy take down Buda Johnson in road action Friday night before facing loop frontrunner New Braunfels Canyon Saturday at Antler Gym.
CASTROVILLE — Tivy’s Riley Dill and Ashlee Zirkel both hit double figures with 17 and 11-point showings, respectively, but host Medina Valley was able to hold off the Lady Antlers for a 55-52 win in 2020 season-opening play for both teams Friday.
FLORESVILLE — Tivy quarterback Jake Layton completed 21 of 29 passes for 309 yards and four touchdowns, and the Antlers rallied from a halftime deficit to post a crucial 42-35 win over Floresville Friday in District 15-5A Division II action.
Tivy breezed past Seguin in three sets, 25-14, 25-13, 25-17, Friday at Antler Gym to maintain its firm hold on fourth place in the District 26-5A volleyball race and move within one win of securing a fourth straight playoff berth.
It was a disappointing end for Tivy fans to the long-awaited rivalry match against Boerne Champion Friday night as the Antlers fell to the Chargers, 27-7, before a home crowd at Antler Stadium in District 15-5A Division II action.
KYLE – Tivy took another move forward towards locking up one of the four playoff seedings from District 26-5A when the Lady Antlers got past Kyle Lehman 26-24, 25-15, 25-21 in district volleyball road action Tuesday night.
After a pair of tough road losses, home court advantage was good for Tivy when the Lady Antlers dominated San Antonio Veterans Memorial in three sets Saturday at Antler Gym to continue the second half of District 26-5A volleyball action.
“We won the game we needed to win tonight and it took all of us to do it,” Tivy coach David Jones told his players after the Antlers notched their first win of the season Friday night at Antler Stadium by downing Lockhart 17-3 in both teams’ District 15-5A opener.
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.