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High School Sports


Coaches split on whether Friday night football games should be on TV

Breaking from pigskin tradition, a Friday night high school football game to kick off the season will be televised live in Texas. The game on Sept. 1 will be televised by Fox Sports Southwest, the TV partner for the University Interscholastic League. But while the UIL’s legislative council on Tuesday passed a motion to televise one game, some football coaches in Central Texas are split on whether...
District 19-5A preview: Cedar Park OL tops among district teams

District 19-5A preview: Cedar Park OL tops among district teams

As we inch closer to the 2017 football season the community newspapers are taking a look a look at what to expect from District 19-5A position by position. We start the series by examining each teams’ offensive lines. We rank them from the strongest (No. 1) to the weakest (No. 9), at least based on how the unit looks in the preseason. Visit pflugervillepflag.com for the entire series. 1. Cedar...
District 13-6A preview: Cedar Ridge OL tops among district teams

District 13-6A preview: Cedar Ridge OL tops among district teams

As we inch closer to the 2017 football season, the community newspapers takes a look at what to expect from District 13-6A, position by position. We begin the series by examining the teams’ offensive lines. We rank them from the strongest (No. 1) to the weakest (No. 7), at least based on how the unit looks in the preseason. Visit rrleader.com for the entire series. 1. Cedar Ridge Graduation...
Carter looks to break out at A&M

Carter looks to break out at A&M

Glorilisha “LeLe” Carter is the first in her family to attend college, and she is making the most of her opportunity. The Texas A&M sophomore ran the third 400-meter leg of the 1,600 relay as the Aggies finished fourth in 3 minutes, 27.26 seconds at the NCAA Division I Track and Field Championships on June 10 in Eugene, Ore. Carter was timed in 52.21 seconds, a personal record for the...
Westlake Picayune’s Picks: Jack Skudlarczyk pins down top honor

Westlake Picayune’s Picks: Jack Skudlarczyk pins down top honor

When Westlake senior wrestler Jack Skudlarczyk pinned Logan Brown of Allen in the Class 6A 126-pound championship match in February, he did more than cap the best career in program history. He also became the first Austin-area wrestler in UIL history to win three state titles, and the unprecedented victory over Brown sealed the only undefeated season of Skudlarczyk’s career. He finished 31-0...
Lake Travis View picks: Charlie Brewer enjoys historic season

Lake Travis View picks: Charlie Brewer enjoys historic season

It takes a special season to win a football championship in Class 6A, but that’s exactly what quarterback Charlie Brewer and the Cavaliers football team did while winning the program’s first 6A title. Brewer, who now plays for Baylor, was named the 2016 Texas Associated Press Sports Editors player of the year, making Lake Travis the first school to win the award twice. Garrett Gilbert...
St. Michael’s breaks ground on new athletic facility

St. Michael’s breaks ground on new athletic facility

Earlier this month, St. Michael’s Christian Academy students, staff and supporters attended a ground-breaking ceremony for a new athletic center to be built adjacent to the current Carter Athletic Center. The gym floor of the new St. Michael’s Athletic Center will cover 27,000 square feet of contiguous space. It can be configured for three basketball courts or six volleyball courts. The...
Westlake Picayune’s Picks: Swimmer Dakota Luther wins award

Westlake Picayune’s Picks: Swimmer Dakota Luther wins award

Westlake junior swimmer Dakota Luther broke a record held by an Olympic gold medalist in the 100-meter butterfly at this past season’s UIL state swim meet. But even after that historic race, the junior remained all business. “I’m glad the time was faster,” she said. “It doesn’t feel any different than the first two (gold medals), though.” Such laserlike focus...
Lake Travis View Picks: Golfer Kaitlyn Papp aces senior year

Lake Travis View Picks: Golfer Kaitlyn Papp aces senior year

Senior golfer Kaitlyn Papp, a Texas Longhorns signee, did more than win medalist honors at the Class 6A state tournament in May. She provided a calming influence for a dynastic golf program that captured its third consecutive state title. Papp, Lake Travis’ female athlete of the year, topped Allen freshman Ellie Szeryk and Humble Kingwood junior Jackie Barry in the individual competition by...
Male Athlete of the Year nominees

Male Athlete of the Year nominees

1) Ricardo Sesmas – Cedar Creek soccer The District 19-5A MVP is high on the list of the best pure scorers in all of Central Texas. He was a finalist for the American Statesman’s MVP Award and a first-team member of that list. He scored 27 goals on the season and helped lead the Eagles to yet another playoff appearance. Sesmas was a first-team all-district selection as a sophomore last...
Lake Travis View Picks: Historic win gives Hank Carter honor

Lake Travis View Picks: Historic win gives Hank Carter honor

It’s hard to make history at one of Texas’ top football programs of any era. But that’s exactly what Hank Carter and the Lake Travis football team did last season when they won the Class 6A Division I championship with a 41-13 victory over The Woodlands. Carter, who was head coach for two of the Cavs’ five previous title runs in classes 4A and 5A, admitted that winning in the...
Westlake Picayune’s Picks: Tennis’ Kim Riley nets coach of the year

Westlake Picayune’s Picks: Tennis’ Kim Riley nets coach of the year

As Westlake junior Roger Chou wrapped up the Chaps’ spectacular tennis season by winning the school’s first boys singles title in seven years, Coach Kim Riley enjoyed her own bit of recognition. The longtime Westlake coach received the Southwest sectional coach of the year award from the National Federation of State High School Associations. Westlake “is one of the finest programs...
Local quartet plays in statewide all-star baseball game

Local quartet plays in statewide all-star baseball game

Grant Miller knows the perfect way to celebrate the end of his high school baseball career. “I’m going on a cruise,” he said. Miller, a graduating senior at Round Rock High School, played the final prep varsity game of his life June 17 at Dell Diamond in the Texas High School Baseball Coaches’ Association 5A-6A All-Star game. Miller spent the afternoon batting cleanup and playing...
Cedar Creek coach McCaslin takes assistant job at Vista Ridge

Cedar Creek coach McCaslin takes assistant job at Vista Ridge

Cedar Creek boys basketball head coach Philip McCaslin has resigned to accept an assistant coaching position under Vista Ridge head coach Clint Anderson at Vista Ridge High School. Anderson took over for Joe Duffield this past season and led the Rangers (21-12) to a fourth place finish in District 25-6A, which featured state-ranked Westlake and regional quarterfinalist Lake Travis. Vista Ridge lost...
Westlake RB Watson commits to Wisconsin

Westlake RB Watson commits to Wisconsin

Westlake’s Nakia Watson, one of the most physical running backs in Central Texas, will join a college football program that has long prided itself on a punishing ground game. The incoming senior announced his commitment to Big 10 Conference powerhouse Wisconsin on Twitter Saturday. The 6-foot, 225-pound Watson rushed for 1,645 yards and 22 touchdowns last season while carrying a heavy workload...
Friday night lights, camera, action? UIL will discuss football for TV

Friday night lights, camera, action? UIL will discuss football for TV

To celebrate football in Texas, the UIL will make a proposal to televise one or two Friday night games to open the 2017 season. Under a long-standing UIL rule, high school football games on Friday nights are not televised live. That would cut the number of fans who are interested in watching the state’s most popular sport in person, the UIL believes. On Tuesday, the UIL will discuss the possibility...
Area softball standouts prep for annual all-star game

Area softball standouts prep for annual all-star game

Fifty of the top senior softball players in Central Texas will compete in the 2017 Greater Austin Area All Star game June 14 at Westlake High School in a 7 p.m. game. The group includes seven players who helped their respective Bowie, Dripping Springs and Liberty Hill teams to the 2017 UIL state tournament. The game will be held for the seventh straight year for graduating senior softball players...
Hendrickson’s Lindsay Eaton named permanent softball coach

Hendrickson’s Lindsay Eaton named permanent softball coach

After guiding Hendrickson’s softball team to its best season in school history, Lindsay Eaton has had the interim tagged removed from her job title as the Hawks’ head softball coach. Eaton served as interim softball coach this past season after the death of former coach Mike Wozniak in 2016. Players dedicated their season to Wozniak, captured a District 13-6A co-championship and finished...
North beats South in Austin area all-star baseball game

North beats South in Austin area all-star baseball game

The North took advantage of five South errors in the seventh inning to score four runs to secure a 6-3 win in the Austin Area High School Seniors’ All Star Game played at Dell Diamond Sunday. Trailing 3-1 entering the seventh, the North scored four unearned runs on a pair of hits. After Round Rock’s Aiden Richardson reached on an error, Cedar Park’s Kendall Achilles singled. Two...
Deer Park tops San Antonio Reagan for Class 6A state baseball title

Deer Park tops San Antonio Reagan for Class 6A state baseball title

A year ago, Deer Park’s quest for perfection ended one game short of the UIL state baseball tournament. But the bitter taste made a 7-2 victory over San Antonio Reagan in the Class 6A championship game Saturday at Dell Diamond that much sweeter for the Deer, who captured their first title in four trips to the state tournament. With several stars from last season’s nationally ranked team...
Reagan takes advantage of Round Rock miscues in 6A semifinal victory

Reagan takes advantage of Round Rock miscues in 6A semifinal victory

They came in droves to watch the local team play its first state tournament game since 2003. About 90 percent of the near-sellout crowd at Dell Diamond came to see their Round Rock Dragons play San Antonio Reagan in a Class 6A semifinal at the UIL state baseball tournament Friday night. By the end, though, it was Reagan and its boisterous cluster of green-clad supporters who were celebrating a 7-1...
Deer Park rallies against Southlake Carroll to reach 6A title game

Deer Park rallies against Southlake Carroll to reach 6A title game

A two-run sixth inning capped by Southlake Carroll pitcher Kole Ramage’s balk helped Deer Park reach the Class 6A state championship game with a 3-2 victory Friday night at Dell Diamond. Deer Park left fielder Austin Mitchell opened the decisive sixth with a single, and courtesy runner Christian Vela moved to second on a walk to catcher Reece Moon. Vela scored on a single by Chase Keng, knotting...
Central Heights, Muenster snap up UIL baseball championships

Central Heights, Muenster snap up UIL baseball championships

Led by Zach Smith, the championship game MVP, Abilene Wylie repeated as the UIL Class 4A baseball champion, winning a 6-5 thriller over Robinson on Thursday night at UFCU Disch-Falk Field. A senior, Smith drove in a run in the third with a triple to the centerfield wall. Three innings later, he drove a 0-2 two-out pitch into the left-field bullpen to extend Wylie’s lead to 5-3. Peyton Powell&rsquo...
Dell Diamond-bound Dragons will be close to home at state tournament

Dell Diamond-bound Dragons will be close to home at state tournament

While many of Round Rock’s baseball rivals in District 13-6A played against each other at Dell Diamond this past season, Dragons coach John Carter purposefully avoided the palatial minor-league ballpark that serves as the home of the Round Rock Express and the Class 6A state baseball tournament. At least, until this weekend. “One of the things we decided as a staff and as a team was that...
Faces Off the Field: Maxine Valdez, sophomore pitcher, Hays

Faces Off the Field: Maxine Valdez, sophomore pitcher, Hays

What led you to become a pitcher? My godsister (Megan Serrano) was a pitcher, and we would always go watch her play and she inspired me. What’s your favorite softball memory at Hays? Last year, my freshman year, I was the starting pitcher for our round two playoff game, and it was a winner-take-all game. We went into extra innings, and it was 0-0 in the top of the eighth inning. We ended up...
Football’s back — in form of all-star contest in Georgetown

Football’s back — in form of all-star contest in Georgetown

This weekend, Friday night lights will be ablaze at the Georgetown ISD Athletic Complex. For the second straight year, the stadium will be the site of the All Star Unity Bowl, a summertime football showcase put on by the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Ninety players who were seniors this past season will participate in the all-star game, which kicks off at 7:30 p.m. Friday and features participants...
Wall’s Gully fans 15 in Class 3A semifinal victory over Gateway Prep

Wall’s Gully fans 15 in Class 3A semifinal victory over Gateway Prep

Wall pitcher Ryan Gully did not need much offensive support during his 15-strikeout performance Wednesday night against Georgetown Gateway Prep. While Gully kept the Gators off the bases for most of the game, his teammates piled up 10 hits during a 5-1 victory in a Class 3A semifinal at Dell Diamond. Wall (31-3-1) advanced to play Nacogdoches Central Heights on Thursday in the Class 3A final of the...
Faces Off the Field: Mikey Humphrey, senior shortstop, Austin High

Faces Off the Field: Mikey Humphrey, senior shortstop, Austin High

What do you remember about the first time you played in an organized baseball game? When I was 7 years old, living in Chicago, I remember looking at the pitcher and realizing this kid is a lot bigger than me. I stopped, took a deep breath, and looked at my mom. She said, ‘Size doesn’t matter.’ So I stepped up to the plate and hit a triple on the first pitch. What’s the hardest...
Westwood volleyball’s Paige Etherington ready for college experience

Westwood volleyball’s Paige Etherington ready for college experience

Recent Westwood graduate Paige Etherington will continue her volleyball playing career in the fall in Georgia. Etherington recently singed a letter of intent to play for Georgia State University, located in Atlanta, Ga. The 5-foot-11-inch all-district setter weighed her collegiate options throughout the offseason before embracing the “family feel” of Georgia State. “I loved the coaches...
Surgery can wait for Gateway Prep’s Vejil as state tournament beckons

Surgery can wait for Gateway Prep’s Vejil as state tournament beckons

When Steven Vejil Jr. tore a ligament in his left elbow in October, he figured Tommy John surgery was his only option of recovery. But instead of having surgery on the torn ulnar collateral ligament — a procedure that would have wiped out his senior baseball season at Gateway Prep in Georgetown — the senior southpaw explored other options. Vejil knew 2017 shaped up as a special season...
Lake Travis, Vista Ridge dominate all-district baseball team

Lake Travis, Vista Ridge dominate all-district baseball team

The top two teams in District 25-6A drew the most praise from the district’s coaches on the annual all-district team. Champion Lake Travis and second-place Vista Ridge combined to earn six of the seven postseason honors, as determined by the seven district coaches in 25-6A. Lake Travis sophomore Brett Baty, a University of Texas pledge, earned most valuable player honors after leading the Cavs...
Versatile Hunter makes time to help Hendrickson to soccer championship

Versatile Hunter makes time to help Hendrickson to soccer championship

Even while watching in slow motion, it is difficult to decipher how Bryana Hunter’s match-winning goal against Keller found the back of the net. With two minutes to go in extra time and a penalty shootout looming in the Class 6A girls state semifinal, Hunter — a junior midfielder for Hendrickson — positions herself at the far post for a last-ditch corner kick. As Christina Arteaga&rsquo...
High school soccer: American-Statesman all-area honorees for 2017

High school soccer: American-Statesman all-area honorees for 2017

2017 AMERICAN-STATESMAN ALL-AREA SOCCER HONOREES GIRLS • PLAYER OF THE YEAR Bryana Hunter, jr., Hendrickson A three-sport standout at Hendrickson, the 6-foot-1 Hunter was honored as an all-state tournament selection after the Hawks won the UIL Class 6A championship. She recorded the winning goal on a header as Hendrickson blanked Keller 1-0 in a Class 6A state semifinal. That play came about...
High school soccer: 2017 Austin-area all-district honorees

High school soccer: 2017 Austin-area all-district honorees

LOOK: PHOTOS: Austin-area girls 2017 first-team all-district honorees 2017 AREA ALL-DISTRICT SOCCER HONOREES GIRLS • District 13-6A MVP: Emily Strouphauer, sr., Cedar Ridge. Offensive MVP: Christina Arteaga, sr., Hendrickson. Midfield MVP: Cameron Brooks, jr., Cedar Ridge. Defensive MVP: Hannah Col, sr., Westwood. Goalkeeper of the year: Lauren Traywick, fr., Round Rock. Newcomer of the year...
Tradition-rich Round Rock joins first-timer Gateway Prep at state

Tradition-rich Round Rock joins first-timer Gateway Prep at state

It’s been a year of change for coach John Carter and his Round Rock baseball team. For starters, the tradition-rich Dragons are heading back to the UIL state baseball tournament for the first time since 2003. The current team’s journey to state coincides with a weight-loss plan that helped Carter shed 85 pounds since last summer. Now a svelte 220, Carter will be going to state for the...
Bowie’s quest for Class 6A title ends with 5-1 setback against Keller

Bowie’s quest for Class 6A title ends with 5-1 setback against Keller

Bowie’s drive toward a UIL softball championship took a detour against a team that’s familiar with the same road. The Bulldogs, whose journey to the state tournament was filled with dramatic and improbable comebacks, had no answers Saturday night against Keller in the Class 6A final at McCombs Field. With ace pitcher Dylann Kaderka in control, the Indians (35-6-1) defended their 6A championship...
Gateway Prep sweeps Lago Vista to earn state tournament berth

Gateway Prep sweeps Lago Vista to earn state tournament berth

In just its seventh season of high school baseball, Gateway Prep will head to the UIL state tournament as a Class 3A semifinalist. Trailing 2-1 entering the fifth inning Friday night, the Gators rallied for a 6-2 victory and a two-game sweep of Lago Vista in the 3A, Region IV championship series. Come Wednesday at Dell Diamond, Gateway Prep (23-2-1) will make its first appearance as a state tournament...
The Colony tops Willis to claim Class 5A championship

The Colony tops Willis to claim Class 5A championship

Sophomore Karlie Charles scattered seven hits, and The Colony played stellar defense as the Cougars won their first UIL softball championship with a 5-2 victory over Willis on Saturday in the Class 5A final. Charles finished with three strikeouts and was named the MVP of the Class 5A final as The Colony finished with a 33-7 record. Charles posted a 26-3 record this season. Willis, which defeated Dripping...
Liberty Hill comes up short in Class 4A final, falling to Krum 4-3

Liberty Hill comes up short in Class 4A final, falling to Krum 4-3

The disappointment in their eyes showed that Liberty Hill’s softball players were not satisfied with reaching the Class 4A championship game. This was one they could have won. Probably should have won, they said. Instead, they walked away from the UIL softball championships Saturday with silver medals draped around their necks and empty feelings dwelling in their hearts. Krum pitcher Tristan...
Round Rock sweeps Hendrickson, earns spot in 6A state tournament

Round Rock sweeps Hendrickson, earns spot in 6A state tournament

Round Rock baseball coach John Carter, fighting back tears, shared a simple message with friends and family as he posed for pictures Friday night on Tornado Field at Concordia University Texas. “Guess where we’re going?” he asked. “We’re headed to Dell Diamond.” The Dragons clinched a trip to the Class 6A state tournament — yes, it will be at Dell Diamond...
Bowie wins state-tournament thriller on Gil’s inside-the-park homer

Bowie wins state-tournament thriller on Gil’s inside-the-park homer

Nikki Gil hit the softball toward the left-field line and began to sprint. Bowie and San Antonio Brennan were locked in a 1-1 tie in the bottom of the seventh inning when Gil’s hit escaped a diving outfielder, glanced off the foul line and bounded into the corner at McCombs Field. As Brennan left fielder Alexandria Yorkman jumped up and raced to the perfectly placed ball, Gil raced around the...

Bartlett falls to Slocum 10-5 in Class A semifinal

Bartlett’s softball players mixed tears with smiles as they accepted their state semifinalist medals after losing to Slocum 10-5 Friday in a Class A contest at Mary Hardin-Baylor. “I am so proud of the girls,” Bartlett coach Natalie Krumnow said after the Lassies (18-8) made their first trip to the UIL state tournament. “We had a really tough district but kept our heads up...

Keller to play for second straight Class 6A championship

Kourtney Williams belted a two-run homer and Dylnn Kaderka pitched seven strong innings as Keller defeated Deer Park 5-2 Friday in a Class 6A semifinal at the UIL softball championships. Keller (34-6-1) advanced to play Bowie or San Antonio Brennan on Saturday for the Class 6A championship. Kaderka pitched effectively, scattering nine hits and fanning one. Keller won the Class 6A title last year,...
Willis blanks Dripping Springs 5-0 in Class 5A state semifinal

Willis blanks Dripping Springs 5-0 in Class 5A state semifinal

By the time Willis’ players stopped racing around the bases in the first inning, the Wildkats had run down both confidence and momentum in their Class 5A state semifinal Friday. Making their first appearance at the UIL softball championships, the Wildkats played as if they owned McCombs Field. And their opponent — Dripping Springs, playing at state for the fifth time in school history...
High school football star practicing with ankle monitor, booted from practice

High school football star practicing with ankle monitor, booted from practice

A South Florida high school student, who is facing a felony charge, will not be allowed to take part in spring football practice while wearing an ankle monitor after school officials read a newspaper story about it online. A judge’s order had allowed Shelley Singletary to participate in spring practices, as well as attend classes at Boca Raton High School, and the 18-year-old apparently was...
Florida prep football team gives signed helmet to No. 1 fan

Florida prep football team gives signed helmet to No. 1 fan

Members of a Florida high school football team surprised their No. 1 fan with a Christmas gift. Andrew Hayne is a special needs student at Wiregrass Ranch High School in Wesley Chapel. The 18-year-old has been friends with Bulls quarterback Chris Faddoul since middle school, BayNews9 reported. Faddoul would let Hayne wear his No. 14 jersey on Fridays before Wesley Chapel games, and after...
Ohio student with MD scores touchdown on senior night

Ohio student with MD scores touchdown on senior night

An Ohio high school senior with muscular dystrophy scored a touchdown for the varsity football team Friday night while remaining in his wheelchair. Connor Williams has been a special captain with the Valley View High School varsity football team in Germantown since his freshman year. Being confined to a wheelchair has never stopped his love of Spartans football. Williams has served in several capacities...
Special needs student in Utah scores touchdown

Special needs student in Utah scores touchdown

Brian Herrera attends Cottonwood High School in Murray, located in suburban Salt Lake City. He is a special needs student and has known senior Alex Hart since the pair attended junior high school.

Powerful Washington high school football team strikes fear in opponents

In the world of Friday night lights and high school football, is it possible for one team to be too good? In Everett, Washington, one powerhouse team outscored its opponents 170-0 in its first three football games this season. Now other conference opponents would rather forfeit than get pummeled by Archbishop Murphy High School’s team.  "There's still unknowns. … We don't know...
High school coach bloodied on sideline after headbutting player

High school coach bloodied on sideline after headbutting player

TV cameras captured some tense moments on the sidelines during the Georgia high school playoffs Friday night. In a game between Colquitt County and Mill Creek, Colquitt coach Rush Propst appears to headbutt one of his players on the sideline in the second quarter. Moments later, blood was seen pouring from Propst's forehead. Colquitt County is the defending AAAAAA state football champs. They beat...
High school football player suspended for 'praising God'

High school football player suspended for 'praising God'

A high school football player in Arizona could miss the school's first playoff game in 25 years after an official deemed a gesture to in praise of God as "excessive celebration." Pedro Banda, 17, was flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct and ejected from a game last week after he pointed his index finger to the sky following a touchdown. The senior running back at Dysart High School in El...
Coach suspended after 161-2 rout

Coach suspended after 161-2 rout

You may expect a coach to be suspended for losing too many games. But what about when his team wins one? That's exactly what happened to the head coach of a high school girls basketball team in California after they beat the other team 161-2.   That is not a typo.  The Arroyo Valley High School girl's basketball team beat Bloomington High School  by nearly 160 points the ...
3 deaths in 1 week: How risky is high school football?

3 deaths in 1 week: How risky is high school football?

A 16-year-old high school football player died Wednesday following an on-field collision. Tom Cutinella was a junior at Shoreham-Wading River High School. He was pronounced dead after collapsing during the third quarter of a varsity football game.  But school officials say football is not to blame. STEVEN COHEN, Shoreham-Wading Superintendent WNBC: "It was the result of a typical...

Close-knit, competitive family helps Palm Beach Central’s Kc McDermott become one of the top football recruits in the country

The note on Kc McDermott’s bathroom mirror, typed in all caps and printed out on white paper, has two questions. “What are you going to be doing on Feb. 5th, 2014? And what are you doing today to ensure that?” This week, the 6-foot-7, 285-pound 16-year-old offensive tackle is visiting Notre Dame and Miami. By the end of this week, McDermott, one of the top recruits in the nation...
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