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Tivy’s Cody Turner tries to snag a ground ball at short during the Lady Antlers’ 5-4 win over Class 5A Harlingen last week at the Tivy Tournament.

Heading into district play lady antlers tune up for 27-4a action at tivy tournament

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a 5-4 win over Harlingen friday may have appeared to be the highlight for tivy in a 1-4 run at last

Tivy Softball week’s annual tivy tournament, but first looks can be deceiving. three of the lady antlers’ losses came to Class 5a schools, and the fourth to a solid Marble falls team that tivy

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played tough through six innings before giving up seven runs in the top of the seventh. “I think our kids are starting to realize that they can compete,” tivy coach Shelby balser said of her team, which used the grueling tournament schedule to gear up for its upcoming seven-week, 14-game District 27-4a run. “We have some kids who are more experienced, and they’re contributing in much bigger ways.” the lady antlers kicked off tournament play thursday against a trio See Softball, Page 3b

lanier tops antlers in bi-district play, 63-42

tivy girls fall 44-24 to S.a. brennan in regional quarterfinals By S TuaRT C unyuS Sports editor

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oerne — a ferocious defense and a game-high 20 points from 6-foot junior forward tanaeya boclair powered San antonio brennan to a 44-24 win over tivy last week, ending the ladyantlers’ 2012-13 playoff run in a regional quarterfinal match at boerne Champion High School.

Tivy Girls Basketball brennan scored the first six points of the game, fell behind 8-6 with 1:43 left in the opening quarter, then reeled off a 33-6 scoring run over the next 17 minutes en route to its 21st straight victory of the season and a 28-8 overall record. Junior olivia robertson paced tivy with nine points, but the lady antlers struggled all night against brennan’s defensive pressure. the bears limited tivy to four points in the second quarter and a solo bucket from robertson in the third and forced 23 turnovers on the night. Robertson “We didn’t play our ‘a’ game, but a lot of that had to do with brennan’s defense,” tivy coach Christy Dill said after watching her team cap season play See tIVy, Page 2b

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Tivy’s rowdy winTers goes up for a shot during the Antlers’ Region IV-4A bi-district battle with San Antonio Lanier last week in San Antonio. Tivy fell to the Voks 63-42. San antonIo — tivy jumped out to a slight 10-8 first-quarter lead last week against San antonio lanier, but the antlers couldn’t contain lanier’s Martin Sanchez over the course of the night.

Tivy Boys Basketball

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Tivy’s CourTney FosTer tries to fend off pressure from a San Antonio Brennan defender during the two teams’ Region IV-4A regional quarterfinal showdown last week at Boerne Champion. Brennan knocked off Tivy 44-24, ending the Lady Antlers’ 2012-13 season at 25-11.

off to a solid start tivy boys go 4-1-1 in opening week of 2013 season play San MarCoS — a seasonopening win against fredericksburg last tuesday and a strong

Tivy Baseball

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Tivy’s Larry LeiTha takes a cut at an incoming pitch during the Antlers’ 9-8 win over Fredericksburg last week in both teams’ 2013 season opener at Antler Field.

showing at the San Marcos tournament over the weekend got tivy’s 2013 season off to a solid start as the antlers capped their first week of play with a 4-1-1 record. In opening-day action thursday at the San Marcos tournament, tivy rallied from a 12-11 loss to Pflugerville Hendrickson to tie tournament host San Marcos 10-10 later in the day in a game cut short by a two-hour tournament time limit. Kaleb Williams led a 12-hit antler batting attack against Hendrickson with three hits, bret Hill

had two hits, and Hagen fryrear, hits. J.t. White, ray Swyers, a.J. McKinney pocketed the win on ruland, larry leitha, the mound, giving up Jacob neal and bailey just three hits and strikMcKinney added one hit ing out four in seven each. innings of work. fryrear, White and ruland tossed a twoSwyers pounded out two hitter and struck out hits each against San five later in the day in Marcos, and Hill, ruland, tivy’s downing of leitha and Payeton becker Hendrickson, while all recorded solo hits to Hill supplied the complete a 10-hit outing. antlers’ power at the the antlers led San plate with two hits, Williams Marcos 9-1 before a fourthincluding an rbI douinning rattler rally tied the ble in the first inning, score at 9-all. and two runs scored. tivy picked up two wins Williams chipped in a in more tournament action double, and fryrear, friday, knocking off Swyers, ruland and Smithson Valley 2-1 and becker all added sintopping Hendrickson in a gles to complete a rematch, 6-0. leitha seven-hit batting attack. accounted for all of the tivy capped tournaantlers’ runs against the ment play Saturday rangers with a two-rbI with a 3-2 win against Hill double to left center in the San antonio antonian. second inning, and fryrear, Hill, See antlerS, Page 3b Swyers and McKinney all added

Sanchez scored a game-high 26 points, teammate louis Garza added another 16, and the no. 9area-ranked Voks rallied from that early shortfall to knock off tivy 63-42 in a region IV-4a bi-district showdown at Southwest High School. Junior Matt Perry led the antlers with 15 points, including a trio of 3-pointers, and senior Zach overby scored nine, but lanier forced 22 tivy turnovers on the night in running its season record to 28-5. With the loss, Perry tivy finished its season at 19-15. the antlers’ early 10-8 lead came after senior rowdy Winters scored on a layup late in the first quarter and overby followed with a free throw to erase an 8-7 deficit, but Sanchez opened the second quarter with a 3-pointer, and lanier never trailed again. Sanchez went on to score four more points in the period as the Voks pulled to 25-19 halftime lead, and lanier outscored tivy 38-23 over the final two quarters to put the game away. Christian fields scored seven points for the antlers, Winters followed with four, Hunter Patterson dropped in three, and blake ray and tommy anthony added two points each.


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Tivy Girls Basketball District 27-4a Team Schertz Clemens Tivy buda Hays boerne Champion Kyle lehman alamo Heights Seguin lockhart

District 11-3 11-3 11-3 7-7 7-7 5-9 4-10 0-14

Season 27-8 25-11 24-10 22-15 18-18 14-17 12-22 4-23

tivy boys battle boerne to scoreless deadlock boerne — tivy keeper Jose romero recorded four saves in goal, and the antlers battled boerne to a 0-0 deadlock last tuesday in District 54-4a soccer action at bISD Stadium.

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the tie moved tivy’s district record to 0-1-2 and season mark to 6-6-3. the antlers were scheduled to play at boerne Champion Monday and will host alamo Heights friday at 6 p.m. ----In girls soccer action, boerne’s

S.a. Brennan 44, Tivy 24 Tivy Brennan

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Scoring: olivia robertson 9, Kendall McKenzie 5, Carly bond 4, Celica Covington 2, Kendall Dyal 2, Marisa Hernandez 2.

Tivy Boys Basketball District 27-4a Team alamo Heights Schertz Clemens Tivy boerne Champion buda Hays Seguin Kyle lehman lockhart

District 13-1 10-4 9-5 8-6 8-6 5-9 3-11 0-14

neW braUnfelS — tivy junior bethany brown’s first place finish in the shotput and a first-place leap of five feet by Shannon

Tivy Track

Tuesday, Feb. 19 S.a. Lanier 63, Tivy 42 10 8

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Scoring: Matt Perry 15, Zach overby 9, Christian fields 7, rowdy Winters 4, Hunter Patterson 3, blake ray 2, tommy anthony 2.

Tivy Girls Soccer District 54-4a Team alamo Heights boerne boerne Champion fredericksburg Tivy

District 3-0-0 2-1-0 2-1-0 1-3-0 0-3-0

Season 12-4-0 14-5-0 6-11-3 10-10-1 5-9-2

Last week’s games: Tuesday, Feb. 19 boerne 6, tivy 1

District 54-4a Team boerne Champion alamo Heights fredericksburg Tivy boerne

District 3-0-0 2-1-0 1-2-1 0-1-2 0-2-1

Season 16-5-0 12-4-2 3-12-3 6-6-3 6-8-2

Last week’s games: Tuesday, Feb. 19 tivy 0, boerne 0

Tivy Softball District 27-4a Team Schertz Clemens Seguin boerne Champion lockhart alamo Heights Tivy buda Hays Kyle lehman

District 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Season 10-1 8-4-1 7-6 4-4 1-4 2-10 0-1 0-2

Last week’s games: Tuesday, Feb. 19 fredericksburg 12, tivy 11 Friday, Feb. 21 C.C. Carroll 20, tivy 2 tivy 5, Harlingen 4 Mission Sharyland 22, tivy 4 Saturday, Feb. 23 Marble falls 12, tivy 2 Harlingen 15, tivy 13

Tivy Baseball District 27-4a Team alamo Heights Tivy Seguin Schertz Clemens lockhart boerne Champion buda Hays Kyle lehman

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Tivy’s aLFredo Mejia (in dark jersey) battles a Boerne player for a ball during the Antlers’ District 54-4A contest against Boerne last week at BISD Stadium.

o’bryant in the high jump helped power the lady antlers to a fifth place overall finish Saturday at the annual new braunfels Unicorn relays. brown’s gold-medal throw cleared 38 feet, and brown followed up with a third-place toss of 90-feet, 11.5inches in the discus. brown’s efforts highlighted a strong showing by tivy in the field events that also included a thirdplace mark of 10 feet in the pole vault by Kelby Pope and a fourthplace leap of 33-feet, 6-inches by Meredith lutz in the triple jump. tivy’s yvonne Chase placed fifth in

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with a 25-11 overall record. “they’re a great team, and we didn’t play to their level tonight.” Down 6-0 early, tivy junior Kendall Dyal rallied the lady antlers with a bucket at the 4:08 mark, igniting an 8-point run that included a robertson 3pointer and a three-point play from Marisa Hernandez. “the shots were falling at the beginning and we were Dyal getting some good looks, and then they upped their defense and we started playing a little timid.” brennan pulled ahead 12-8 at the end of the period, and led 14-10 early in the second quarter before a steal and layup by robertson cut tivy’s shortfall to 14-12. the bears took over from there, pulling away to a 22-12 lead at halftime and putting the game away with a 17-2 run over the third quarter. tivy tried to rally in the final quarter, opening the period with an 8-point run on four points from Carly bond, a Celica Covington putback and two robertson free throws, but couldn’t pull any closer. brennan led 44-22 late in the game before Hernandez scored tivy’s final points with a pair of free throws in the closing sec-

Thursday, Feb. 21 Pflugerville Hendrickson 12, tivy 11 tivy 10, San Marcos 10 (t) Friday, Feb. 22 tivy 2, Smithson Valley 1 tivy 6, Pflugerville Hendrickson 0 Saturday, Feb. 23 tivy 3, antonian 2

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the discus with a throw of 89-feet, 5inches. In running events, tivy’s Kendall bosse clocked a second-place time of 1:03.95 in the 400-meter dash, while the lady antlers’ 4000M distance medley relay team of ashley abrigo, bosse, riley risinger and lexi Correa placed fourth with a time of 13:47.71. abrigo finished fifth in the 800M dash with a time of 2:33.16, and tivy’s 4x100M relay quartet of tianah Woods, Morgan Hale, laurah lopez and Marisa Sarabia placed fifth in their event with a time of 57.64. ----no results were reported for tivy’s boys track team at Saturday’s Unicorn relays. ----tivy returns to action thursday, March 7 at the antler relays.

Stacy, Hayes pace tivy at fredericksburg tournament freDerICKSbUrG — tivy senior Gretchen Stacy’s secondplace finish in a girls singles and a second place finish by Sarah Hayes in b girls singles highlighted the antlers’ efforts in tennis action Saturday at fredericksburg’s battlin’ billie Invitational.

Tivy Tennis

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Tivy’s CarLy Bond tries to fight her way past a San Antonio Brennan defender during the Lady Antlers’ Class 4A regional quarterfinal playoff battle against the Lady Bears last week at Boerne Champion High School. Tivy fell to Brennan 44-24 to end its 2012-13 season at 25-11. onds. “I thought we fought hard even to the end,” Dill said. “We went to the free throw line at the end, we got a jump ball on the ground at the end,

so I couldn’t be prouder or more blessed to be a part of this group. they never give up, they fight hard ... brennan’s just a really good team.”

tivy junior Kendall McKenzie finished the night with five points, bond added another four, and Covington, Dyal and Hernandez finished with two each.

betty Gongora and emma McCormick teamed for a secondplace finish in a girls doubles, and brittany lear and ally Smith finished third in b girls doubles. Claire russell and Cody Highsmith brought home a secondplace finish in a mixed doubles, and nicole lacy and taylor Garces placed third in b mixed doubles. “all and all we’re moving in the right direction,” tivy coach Kyle Sargent said. “We still let a few wins get away from us, but we still have time to work on things before our next tournament. We’re growing. In the individual season it can take a little bit to adjust to solely relying on yourself to get a victory. We’ll practice hard and work out some of the kinks before our next tournament and hopefully put up even better results.” tivy plays again March 22 at the Hill Country Championships in fredericksburg.

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emily burkholder scored two goals, and four other Greyhound players added a goal each to lead the Hounds past tivy 6-1 in District 544a soccer action tuesday at bISD Stadium. Junior Mayra rodriguez scored tivy’s lone goal midway through the second half on a free kick. With the loss, tivy dropped to 0-3 in district play. the lady antlers, 5-9-2 overall, were scheduled to host boerne Champion tuesday and will play at alamo Heights friday in a pair of loop matchups. friday’s game begins at 6 p.m.

brown, o’bryant place first at Unicorn relays

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Tivy’s aLyssa woods zeroes in on an incoming hit during action against Mission Sharyland last week at the annual Tivy Tournament.

of 5a schools, rallying from an opening loss to Corpus Christi Carroll to knock off Harlingen before falling to Mission Sharyland later in the day. tivy trailed Harlingen 3-2 heading into the bottom of the sixth inning, but rallied with three runs in the frame on an rbI single by alyssa Woods, a Harlingen error, and a run-scoring hit to center by Cody turner. Harlingen threatened in the top of the seventh, scoring one run to trail 5-4 and advancing runners to first and third with two outs, but the lady Cardinals’ comeback bid fell short on a baserunning error. Woods finished with three hits, an rbI and two runs scored, turner added a single and two rbIs, and leah belew belted two hits and scored two runs. nicole fajardo, tiffenee nagy, rebecca Hatcher and elizabeth Hickman all added singles. Saharra fogle struck out three to pocket the win on the mound. Woods and abi Poe belted two hits each in tivy’s opening loss to Carroll, with fajardo and Hickman adding singles. turner had two hits against Sharyland, and Poe, nagy and fogle all added singles in the lady antlers’ loss to the lady rattlers friday night. tivy scored all of its runs in the third inning, aided by rbI singles from turner, nagy and fogle. tivy tried to rally from a 5-0 deficit by scoring two runs in the bottom of the sixth inning against Marble falls in more tournament

rCC tennis director headed back to Itf Championships riverhill Country Club tennis Director Garry nadebaum will be heading to antalya, turkey in March to represent australia in the International tennis federation World team Championships. nadebaum was selected as the no. 1 player on the Men’s 45’s Dubler Cup team last December. He ended the year ranked no. 1 in australian Mens 45’s singles. He was also the highest ranked australian in the year end World Itf 45’s singles rankings at no. 19. the Itf World team Championships will be held at ali bey Club Manavgat, which has 70 red clay courts on site. the team Championships are followed by the Itf World Individual Championships, where last year nadebaum made it to the quarter finals of both singles and doubles.

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action Saturday morning, but the Mustangs put the game away with a seven-run burst in the top of the seventh en route to a 12-2 victory.

See more photos under the Tivy Softball Tournament album on the Hill Country Community Journal’s Facebook page Woods led tivy’s bats with two hits, including a one-out infield single in the sixth, and turner followed with a double to left center to put runners at second and third. fajardo, up next, plated the lady antlers’ two runs in the contest with a two-rbI single to right field. Poe, nagy, fogle and Hatcher all had singles to round out tivy’s hitting. the lady antlers capped tournament play later in the day with a 15-13 loss in a rematch against Harlingen. tivy rallied from a 12-6 deficit to knot the score at 12-all in the bottom of the seventh inning, but gave up three runs to Harlingen in the eighth. Hickman paced an 18-hit lady antler batting attack against Harlingen with a 4-for-4 showing at the plate, while turner went 3-for-4, including two doubles, and drove in the tying run in the seventh inning. Poe finished with three hits, Woods and fajardo added two each, and nagy, Hatcher and balew all ripped doubles. fogle chipped in a single. “We scored a lot of runs,” balser said. “We’re trying to make a few more plays on defense because we don’t have a pitching staff that strikes out a lot of people. If we can make a few more routine plays here and there and continue to put up the

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Tivy’s j.T. whiTe beats a pickoff attempt at first base during the Antlers’ 9-8 win over Fredericksburg last week in both teams’ 2013 season opener at Antler Field.

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Tivy’s aBi Poe lays down a bunt single during the Lady Antlers’ battle with Marble Falls Saturday at the Tivy Tournament. runs we’ve been putting up, I feel pretty good about things.” earlier in the week, the lady antlers rallied from an 11-8 deficit heading into the top of the seventh inning to tie fredericksburg 11-11, thanks to a two-run double by turner and a two-out rbI single up the middle by fogle, but gave up a game-winning run to the lady billies in bottom of the frame in a 12-11 loss in fredericksburg. the lady antlers racked up 14 hits in the contest, with turner and fogle ripping three hits each. Woods, nagy and Hatcher finished with two hits apiece, and Poe and Hickman both added singles. tivy (2-10) was scheduled to begin District 27-4a play tuesday at Schertz Clemens and will play at the Seguin tournament later this week.

tivy back on top in the bottom of the third, driving in Hill with a sacrifice fly to center. fredericksburg scored two runs in ContInUeD froM PaGe 1b the top of the fourth to lead 6-5, but fryear snapped a 2-2 deadlock with a surrendered four on bases-loaded game-winning rbI single walks in the bottom of the to right in the bottom of the frame to move tivy back in sixth inning to help the front 9-6. antlers cap tournament the billies cut their deficit play with a 3-1-1 record. to 9-8 in the top of the sevfryrear led tivy’s bats enth with a pair of runs and with a 3-for-4 outing with advanced the tying run to one rbI and a run scored, third base with one out, but and White went 2-for-2 becker was able to work out with an rbI triple in the of trouble for the win. first inning. Swyers, tivy finished the night ruland and leitha also with six hits. Swyers led the Fryrear pounded out hits in the way with two hits and three win. rbIs, and ruland, White, last tuesday, becker leitha and Chaise Smith all struck out the final two added singles. batters he faced to get the becker picked up the win antlers out of a ninthafter recording four strikeinning jam, and tivy held outs in relief, and ruland off fredericksburg 9-8 in struck out two over the first both teams’ 2013 season three innings. opener at antler field. tivy was scheduled to In a back-and forth outhost Smithson Valley ing, the antlers spotted the tuesday and will host the Becker billies two runs in the top annual tivy tournamant of the first, then rallied for a 4-2 lead later this week. in the bottom of the inning, a flurry aided by an rbI single by Swyers Subscribe to the and three run-scoring errors by the billies. Journal. Call fredericksburg rallied back with 257-2828. solo runs over the next two frames to knot the score at 4-4, but Swyers put

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Center Point Center Point Softball District 29-a Team Center Point Medina Mason Harper Junction

District 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Season 5-2 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

Center Point gives up four unearned runs in 4-1 setback

Last week’s games: Tuesday, Feb. 19 Comfort 4, Center Point 2 Thursday, Feb. 21 Center Point 27, big lake 3 Center Point 16, brady 2 Center Point 17, ozona 1

Center PoInt — Center Point sophomore Kolby Kitchens and senior Jared Velasco combined for 13 strikeouts and gave up just one hit, but the Pirates surrendered

Saturday, Feb. 23 Center Point 10, Sonora 5 Junction 10, Center Point 7

Center Point Baseball District 30-a Team la Pryor brackett Charlotte D’Hanis Sabinal Center Point Medina

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Pirates fall to Ingram in opener

Season 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1

Last week’s games: Friday, Feb. 22 Ingram 4, Center Point 1

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Center Point Baseball three runs in the fifth inning on back-to-back bases-loaded walks and an rbI single en route to a 4-1 loss to the Warriors friday in Center Point’s 2012-13 season opener at Pirate field. Center Point stuggled against Ingram senior Josh Deltoro, who struck out 11 batters and gave up a lone run on an rbI single by Velasco in the seventh inning. Deltoro surrendered just one hit on the night in what turned out to be a pitching duel. Center Point had its chances. the Pirates advanced runners to second

and third with one out in the bottom of the first inning, but Deltoro forced the next batter into a groundout, then got out of the frame unscathed with a strikeout. Center Point loaded the bases with one out in the fifth, but Deltoro again worked his way out of trouble with a strikeout and a force out at home to keep the Pirates off the board. “that was our first time out of the box, and we haven’t seen live hitting,” Center Point coach bubba Walters said. “It’s just going to be a process. “We had 13 strikeout but we also hit or walked 14 batters,” Walters said of his team’s pitching. “When we’re around the plate we’re oK, but there were times when we weren’t near the plate. I saw some good things. We didn’t make any errors. When we’re around the plate the pitching looked good, but when we missed, we missed bad.” the Pirates (0-1) were scheduled to play at texas Military Institute tuesday and will begin tournament action later this week in Ingram.

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CenTer PoinT’s KoLBy KiTChens fires a pitch during the Pirates’ 2013 season-opener against Ingram Friday night at Pirate Field.

Friday, Feb. 22 olH 27, Medina 7

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Junction holds off lady Pirates 10-7 at Sonora tournament

Hawks rip Medina

Sonora — Junction wouldn’t pitch to Center Point junior ashley Walters, and the strategy paid off as the eagles outlasted the lady Pirates 10-7 Saturday in championship action at the Sonora tournament.

MeDIna — our lady of the Hills ripped Medina for 19 hits, and the Hawks opened their 2013 season in impressive fashion with a 27-7 pounding of the bobcats friday at bobcat field.

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OLH Baseball olH led 9-7 after two innings, but put the game away with an 18-0 run over the final two frames. Scott Short and Matt Williams led the way with three hits and four rbIs apiece, while Zach barrientos and Wyatt Williams added three hits and three rbIs each. Shalyn elmore finished with three hits and an rbI, eli reyna pounded out two hits and two rbIs, and Ian Collum chipped in a hit and two rbIs. Hunter Ward added a home run over the right field fence in the third inning and finished with two rbIs. barrientos picked up the win on the mound after relieving Wyatt Williams in the third inning, allowing just one hit and striking out eight over three scoreless innings of work. olH (1-0) was scheduled to begin taPPS Division 3a District 5 play this week with games tuesday at round rock Christian and friday at austin San Juan Diego. friday’s contest starts at 6:30 p.m.

nbC tops olH in loop finale neW braUnfelS — our lady of the Hills senior Madeline oi and sophomore Dharti Patel scored a goal each,

OLH Soccer but the lady Hawks couldn’t hold off new braunfels Christian, falling 3-2 to the lady Wildcats last thursday in olH’s taPPS Division 3 District 3 season finale. olH rallied from a 2-0 secondhalf deficit when oi and Patel netted back-to-back goals, but nbC was able to push through a game-winning goal in the final five minutes.

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CenTer PoinT’s ashLey waLTers returns a pitch during recent action at Lady Pirate Field. Walters belted 15 hits at last week’s Sonora Tournament, but was shut out in the title game against Junction after the Lady Eagles intentionally walked her twice. She also reached base on a hit-by-pitch.

Walters, who has ripped 18 hits in 20 trips to the plate so far this season, drew a pair of walks and a hitby-pitch in Saturday’s title game, and Junction surged to a 10-0 lead before Center Point fought back with seven runs in the bottom of the fourth inning. the lady Pirates’ comeback bid was halted after the game was called on tournament time limits. “they came out hitting and pretty much took it to us right off the bat, Center Point coach ryan balser said. “ashley didn’t get any pitches that she could hit.” Senior taelyr evans took up some of the slack for the lady Pirates, belting three hits and driving in three runs, and sophomore Kenzie Smith added a hit and three rbIs. the Junction loss offset an other-

wise overpowering tournament showing by Center Point, which finished tourney play 4-1. the lady Pirates opened play thursday with three lopsided wins, knocking off big lake 27-3, brady 16-2, and ozona 17-1. Walters capped the day with a perfect 11-for-11 showing at the plate with four home runs and six rbIs, and sophomore Marta Valadez added two home runs, including a grand slam against big lake. Smith pocketed the wins over brady and ozona, firing a total of seven strikeouts, and freshman Dani leitha fanned three batters in the big lake win. Center Point ripped tournament host Sonora for 18 hits in a 10-5 win Saturday morning. Walters went 4for-4 with a single, a triple and a home run, while leitha finished 3for-3 at the plate. evans added two hits. last tuesday, Comfort pitcher Hannah Wright struck out 15 Center Point batters and held the lady Pirates to just two hits from Walters, and the lady bobcats knocked off Center Point 4-2 in Comfort. Walters finished with a leadoff triple in the first inning and a single later in the contest. the lady Pirates (5-2) were scheduled to play at lytle tuesday and will travel back to Comfort for tournament action later this week.

sports shorts Senior Softball league looking for players this spring the texas Hill Country Senior Softball league is looking for men and women age 50-plus to play in a spring Senior Softball league. the first practice is scheduled the first Sunday in March at Singing Wind field no. 1. Practices will continue every Sunday in March and into the season, in addition to playing games on tuesday nights for 18 weeks. the first game will be played the first week of april. all volunteer players will be evaluated when practice starts to choose teams, and both men and women are invited to play.

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UtD ends SU’s year at aSC tournament

letourneau shuts down Mountaineers Visiting tigers post three-game weekend sweep of Schreiner Visiting letourneau silenced Schreiner’s bats all weekend and also got plenty of offense in a threegame sweep of the Mountaineers on the Schreiner campus. the yellow Jackets opened series

Schreiner Baseball

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sChreiner soPhoMore sTevan Guerrero scored 16 points in the Mountaineers’ 2012-13 season-ending 74-60 loss to UT-Dallas Saturday at the American Southwest Conference postseason tournament in Richardson. rICHarDSon –– tournament host and american Southwest Conference east no. 1 seed UtDallas used a 44-34 advantage in the second half to pull away for a 74-60 win over Schreiner friday in the aSC Championship quarterfinals.

Schreiner Basketball Schreiner found itself in trouble early, getting outscored 15-2 in the opening eight minutes, but rallied back. back-to-back 3-pointers by senior a.J. Myres and sophomore Stevan Guerrero in the closing seconds of the first half cut the Mountaineers’ deficit to 30-26 at halftime. UtD quickly re-established a double-digit lead in the second half and put Schreiner into catch-up mode the rest of the game. Schreiner junior ethan Catalani’s basket with 13:30 to play made it 42-39, but the Comets pushed their edge back to 12 points within three minutes.   UtD’s lead would grow to as many as 17 points before another late SU rally cut it to single digits at 69-60 with less than one minute to play. Myres finished with 19 points and four rebounds, Guerrero added 16 points, 10 rebounds, three assists and two blocked shots, and Catalani scored 10 points. the Mountaineers end their season with an 8-12 record in the aSC and an 11-15 record overall.

Schreiner golfers earn PoW honors Schreiner sophomore Cheyne Kendall and senior Gabby rosales were both named american Southwest Conference Golfers of the Week last week after turning in strong showings at the Jack brown Memorial Invite in laredo. Kendall earned co-medalist honors at the tournament after recording his second career individual win. He shot a career tournament-low 69 (-3) in the first round and a pair of 74s in the final two rounds to claim the title. rosales shot a pair of 80s to finish in sixth place individually in tournament play. this is the third time that rosales has earned the GotW honor in her collegiate career.

play with a 3-1 win friday, then swept Saturday’s doubleheader by scores of 7-0 and 12-1. letU scored six runs in Saturday’s opener and never looked back. Schreiner junior starter Daniel brewer gave up one hit and three walks before being relieved by freshman Matt barnett, who did a solid job in relief. barnett went the entire seven innings after taking the ball and was charged with just one earned run (two overall) on seven hits. He struck out four and walked four. Schreiner, however, could do little against the Jackets’ pitching. the Mountaineers had five hits and stranded seven runners. In the second game, SU junior Colton Mendenhall got his first start of the year, but didn’t get much help when letU scored twice in the third inning on a pair of Schreiner miscures. Mendenhall ran into more trouble in the fifth inning, exiting the game after the Jackets loaded the bases with no outs. Sophomore brett Keckler came in but gave up a couple of singles that scored two more runners. Mendenhall’s line was 4-1/3 innings pitched, seven runs (six earned) on eight hits with two strikeouts and two walks. Keckler

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sChreiner’s CoLTon MendenhaLL throws out a runner at first base during the Mountaineers’ American Southwest Conference series with LeTourneau last week on the Schreiner campus. was charged with two runs in 2/3 of an inning. Sophomore reagan reed pitched

the sixth and seventh innings, allowing one run, and freshman Dillon Keahey worked the final

two frames, giving up two runs. SU scored its lone run in the bottom of the sixth when senior Mike

Kelton earned an rbI by drawing a bases-loaded walk that plated Chris Whitehead. Senior Pete trevino had three of Schreiner’s nine hits on the day, and freshman tim Jackson had two in the second game. letourneau edged Schreiner 3-1 in series-opening action friday afternoon at Mountaineer field, holding off a Mountaineer rally that saw Schreiner advance the tying run to second base in the bottom of the ninth inning before coming up short. letU scored a run off senior starter Matt Valley in the top of the third inning, but Schreiner answered with a run of its own in the bottom of the fourth to knot the score at 1-1. letU put together four hits and scored two runs in the top of the eighth to pull in front for good. freshman Charlie Schreiner Stewart came in for Valley and didn’t allow another runner to score, but the Mountaineers couldn’t make up the deficit offensively. Schreiner had chances to score in both the eighth and ninth innings, but couldn’t get the timely hits it needed. In all, SU stranded 11 baserunners and twice left the bases loaded. Valley (1-2) went 7-2/3 innings, giving up the three runs on 11 hits. He struck out five and walked just one. Mendenhall relieved Stewart in the ninth and quickly got out of the inning. Schreiner had eight hits in the game, including two each from senior lonnie Garcia and juniors Valdez and Kelly Chase rundzeiher. Schreiner (5-9) was scheduled to host San antonio trinity tuesday and will play a three-game aSC series at louisiana College beginning friday.

Saints roll past SU San antonIo — naIa scholarship our lady of the lake scored a pair of shutout wins over Schreiner Saturday, knocking off the Mountaineers 8-0 and 7-0 on the ollU campus.

Schreiner Softball Schreiner sophomore Jana Masters kept the first game close early as ollU took a 1-0 lead in the into the bottom of the fourth, but the Saints scored four runs in the fourth and three more in the bottom of the fifth to put the game away. ollU held Schreiner without a hit in the game. Masters (0-2) was charged with

six runs on eight hits. She struck out two and walked three. In the second game, senior ally Morris (0-2) gave up three runs in the first and second innings to fall behind 6-0. another run in the third made it 7-0, but Morris settled down over the final three innings. all told, she scattered 11 hits, struck out one and walked one. Morris and junior Victory Day recorded Schreiner’s only hits in the nightcap. Schreiner (0-4) plays a doubleheader against trinity tonight at 5 p.m. in San antonio before beginning american Southwest Conference Crossover tournament play later this week in farmer’s branch.

sChreiner’s sheLBy KiMMons and the Mountaineers return to action this week with games against San Antonio Trinity tonight and at the American Southwest Conference Crossover Tournament beginning Friday. Photo by Stuart Cunyus

SU women post four straight wins in tennis action With a 2-1 lead going into singles, the Mountaineers (5-1) quickly took control as thompson and Gaitan won big, 6-0, 6-1 each at no. 2 and no. 3 singles respectively. Haynes followed up with her win at no. 1 singles shortly thereafter, 6-1, 6-3 to clinch the match. Schreiner Tennis freshman Karyn Swink kept the the Mountaineers won four success going at no. 4 singles with a 6-1, 7-6 (4) win, and matches in a span of less Spahn cruised at no. 5 than 36 hours. the decisingles, 6-3, 6-2. ohlman sive point against tlU completed the sweep came when senior Kelley with a 6-0, 6-2 win. Spahn won at no. 5 sinSchreiner had little gles, 13-11, in a third-set trouble sweeping a pair tiebreak. of matches on friday In the first match, freshagainst Sul ross State men leanna Haynes and (8-1) and ozarks (9-0). Shelby thompson cruised In the first match at no. 1 doubles, 8-3, folagainst Sul ross, SU lowed by an 8-5 win at Spahn swept doubles action for no. 3 doubles by the team of junior teresa Gaitan and fresh- a quick 3-0 lead, then had great sucman brooke ohlman. cess in singles. the Mountaineers’ Schreiner’s women’s tennis team swept to four victories friday and Saturday at the Cree tennis Center, capping play with an 8-1 win over east texas baptist and a 5-4 downing of texas lutheran Saturday.

only loss came at no. 4 singles after a 10-point tiebreaker in the third set. Haynes, thompson, Swink, Gaitan, Spahn, freshman Madeline Scotch and senior becky Chiaro all had wins for Schreiner in the match. against ozarks, Schreiner again swept doubles easily, only losing four total games in the three matches. In singles, the Mountaineers won convincingly at each spot although no. 6 singles was won in a tie breaker. ----In men’s tennis action, Schreiner capped a busy tennis weekend with a thrilling come-from-behind 5-4 win over east texas baptist Saturday at the Cree tennis Center. east texas baptist jumped out to a 2-1 lead in doubles play, with Schreiner’s no. 3 team of junior nathan West and freshman brice

Conoly coming up big with an 8-3 win to keep the match close heading into singles competition. In singles, the tigers quickly won straight set matches at no. 1 and no. 3 singles to lead 4-1, but SU freshman Josh ramirez won his match at no. 2 singles, 6-2, 6-3, to make it 4-2. Schreiner senior Matt Salazar rallied from an opening 6-4 loss at no. 4 singles to win the second set 6-3, then took control and won the decisive final set 6-1 to cut the Mountaineers’ match deficit to 4-3. energized by Salazar's comeback, freshman Christian Casillas won in straight sets at no. 6 singles, 7-6 (3), 6-3, and freshman Marco Hinojosa won his match, 7-5, 7-6 (10-8) to give SU the big comeback win. Schreiner dropped an 8-1 decision to texas lutheran later in the day to move to 2-4 on the season

after beating Sul ross State 7-2 and losing to ozarks 8-1 in more tennis action friday at the Cree tennis Center. ramirez had a big win at no. 1 singles over Sul ross’s Chris Villafranco, 6-4, 6-2. Sophomore Stephen rogers and freshman teg lozano pulled off a win at no. 2 doubles 8-1, and Hinojosa and fellow freshmen Christian Casillas posted an 8-1 win at no. 1 doubles to secure the match against the lobos.  against ozarks, rogers and lozano posted an 8-5 victory at no. 2 doubles, and junior nathan West and freshman brice Conoly fell in a close 8-4 battle at no. 3 doubles. after that, ozarks was just too much as they swept all six singles matches.  West played a really good match but lost 7-6, 6-3 at no. 4 singles.


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Tivy’s Robertson named Most Valuable Player for 2012-13 season

All-District 27-4A Basketball Selections

Kendall McKenzie

Olivia Bate

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Carly Bon d

Marisa Hernandez

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Seven Lady Antlers honored

a Tivy’s oLivia roBerTson was named District 27-4A’s Most Valuable Player after a sophomore campaign that saw her average 11.6 points per district game during the Lady Antlers’ drive to a Region IV-4A area round championship. Photo by Stuart Cunyus

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breakout season that saw tivy cap- included senior olivia bates and junior ture a share of the District 27-4a Carly bond. bates provided much of the title — its first district championship lady antlers’ defensive muscle during the since 2006 — and a region season and was a major force IV-4a area crown paid divirebounding under the basket, Tivy Girls Basketball dends last week with seven while bond averaged 6.3 lady antlers receiving some form of post- points per district game and hit double figseason recognition from 27-4a coaches. ures in games against Kyle lehman, leading the way was sophomore olivia lockhart and Schertz Clemens. robertson, who was named the district’s the lady antlers also had a pair of honorMost Valuable Player after averaging 11.6 able mention all-District selections in junpoints per game in loop play. robertson’s iors Celica Covington and Marisa high-point came in a 23-point showing dur- Hernandez. ing the lady antlers’ 45-43 win over buda tivy finished district play with an 11-3 Hays Dec. 18. record, tying Schertz Clemens and buda tivy juniors Kendall Dyal and Kendall Hays for first place in the 27-4a standings McKenzie were both named to the first- after winning its last six district games in a team all-District 27-4a unit after helping row. the lady antlers knocked off San lead the lady antlers to a 25-11 overall antonio Highlands 54-38 in bi-district record. Dyal averaged 8.7 points per game action and downed austin lbJ 64-43 in an during district play, and McKenzie was area-round showdown before falling 44-24 close behind with 8.3 points per outing. to San antonio brennan in the regional tivy’s second-team all-District selections quarterfinals.

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2010-11 2012-13 ALL-DISTRICT 27-4A 28-4ATEAMS GIRLS ALL-DISTRICT District Most Valuable Player Olivia Robertson, So., Tivy Defensive Players of the year talisha Presley, Jr., Schertz Clemens rachel Calabrese, Sr., boerne Champion newcomer of the year Kristi Garza, Sr., Seguin First Team Monica Perez Sr. Jill borreson Jr. Jordyne Dugger Jr. Kendall Dyal Jr. Jr. Kendall McKenzie Heather Hormuth Sr. amanda Willoughby Jr. ariana Gallegos Sr. Jackie Cabello Sr. Shawna Cole Sr.

Clemens Hays Hays Tivy Tivy Champion Champion lehman a. Heights Seguin

Second Team Sierra McCarthy Sr. Sabrina Catangal Jr. Kennedi Centers fr. lindsey McCurdy Sr. Olivia Bates Sr. Carly Bond Jr. Jamiee Jorgensen Jr. Mallorie Williams Jr. bria Cheatham Sr. emily Weyland Jr. brittany Williams Jr.

Clemens Clemens Clemens Hays Tivy Tivy Champion Champion lehman a. Heights Seguin

Honorable Mention (Tivy only) Celica Covington, Marisa Hernandez

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Chargers hold off Tivy

ozona runs past Pirates

Last-gasp Antler drive falls short as champion escapes with 25-23 win By S TuArT C unyuS Sports editor

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ivy senior tyler Ahrens turned in a trio of big plays Friday night against Boerne champion, but it was one play by charger running back travis Popisil that proved the Antlers’ undoing.

Tivy Football Popisil’s 35-yard touchdown run up the middle with 1:54 left to play and a 2-point conversion gave champion a 25-16 lead, and the chargers were able to overcome a late touchdown catch by Ahrens — his third of the night — and a last-gasp tivy possession to knock off the Antlers 25-23 in a District 27-4A thriller at Antler Stadium. tivy sophomore cade Dyal threw all three scoring passes to Ahrens, including a 20-yarder with 1:14 Ahrens left, and the Antlers got the ball back one last time with eight seconds remaining, but a sack of Dyal by champion’s Sam van nest as time expired allowed the chargers to escape with the victory. Dyal finished the night 18-of-26 through the air for 230 yards and rushed for another 37, and Ahrens hauled in seven throws for 143 yards, but the Antlers gave up a pair of costly fourthquarter touchdowns. “this hurts. it’s a tough loss,” tivy coach David Jones said after watching his team drop to 1-2 in district play and 2-4 on the season. “the kids fought hard. We See AntLerS, Page 3B

Schreiner slips by centenary

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center Point’S Larry Leitha and the Pirates return home Friday to host Junction in a District 14-A Division I matchup at Pirate Stadium. oZonA — ozona senior tyler Galindo ran for 126 yards and three touchdowns, caught a 26-yard scoring pass from Jayton rodriguez, returned a punt 61 yards for another

Center Point Football score, and kicked four extra points to lead the Lions past center Point 56-15 Friday in both teams’ District 14-A Division i opener at Lion Stadium. center Point drew first blood when junior Kolby Kitchens scored on a 1-yard run just under four minutes into play, and Pablo Martinez’s extra-point kick gave the Pirates a quick 7-0 lead, but it was all ozona

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tivy’S carSon mccoy tries to elude a pair of Boerne Champion defenders during the Antlers’ District 27-4A showdown with the Chargers Friday night at Antler Stadium.

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tivy hall of Fame honors new inductees Demasco, taylor, 1950 football team recognized Friday

“I couldn’t be more proud to have been a fighting Tivy Antler. As you know, ‘Tivy Fight Never Dies.’”

Former tivy Standout meLiSSa mcGehee-demaSco addresses the crowd during Friday’s Tivy Hall of Fame ceremony at Antler Stadium. Demasco was an All-District and All-State volleyball player for the Lady Antlers in the late 1990s and also earned All-District honors in basketball. She went on to an All Big12 collegiate career in volleyball at Texas Tech.

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ormer tivy standout Melissa McGehee-Demasco may have summed up the feelings of all

Tivy Hall of Fame of this year’s tivy hall of Fame inductees in two sentences. “i couldn’t be more proud to have been a fighting tivy Antler,” Demasco told the crowd at Antler Stadium during Friday’s eighth annual hall of Fame ceremony. “As

–– Tivy HOF honoree Melissa McGehee-Demasco you know, ‘tivy Fight never Dies.’” With those words, Demasco joined Matt taylor and tivy’s 1950 football team as the latest additions to the school’s hallowed hall, which was formed in 2006 to recognize outstanding athletic accomplishments by Antler players.

Photo by Stuart Cunyus

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Schreiner’S Brian LindSey works his way past a Centenary defender during the Mountaineers’ 2-0 win over the visiting Gents Sunday in SCAC action at Mountaineer Field.

A big week Despite champion loss, tivy moves closer to playoffs

Schreiner sophomores ryan hernandez and cody hollingshead both scored goals, and freshman

Schreiner Men’s Soccer Blake Lawson recorded his third shutout in the past four matches as Schreiner defeated centenary 2-0 Sunday in Southern collegiate Athletic conference action at Mountaineer Field. With the win, Schreiner improved to 3-4-3 in ScAc play and 3-8-3 overall. Sunday’s match was tied through halftime and into the first few minutes of the second half before hernandez found the back of the net off an assist from junior Justin edwards. Less than six minutes See Schreiner, Page 5B

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A loss to Boerne champion Friday may have ended tivy’s week on a rough note, but the

Tivy Volleyball

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tivy’S PaiGe miLLer goes low to dig out a ball during the Lady Antlers’ District 27-4A battle with Seguin last week at Antler Gym. Tivy knocked off the Lady Matadors in a five-set thriller, 3-2, before falling to Boerne Champion Friday to move to 5-4 in district play.

Lady Antlers took a big step toward securing a playoff berth with a marathon 3-2 win over Seguin earlier in the week in a key District 27-4A matchup at Antler Gym. Junior Kendall Bosse fired 17 kills and recorded 16 assists, 12 digs and four blocks against

Seguin, and fellow junior Merci Perry paced tivy’s offensive attack with 22 assists as the Lady Antlers rallied twice from behind to knock off the visiting Lady Matadors, 21-25, 25-20, 19-25, 26-24, 15-4, last tuesday. that victory, combined with a Seguin loss to Schertz clemens in more loop action Friday, allowed tivy (5-4 in 27-4A play) to open up a twogame lead Bosse over the Lady Matadors (3-6) in the battle for the district’s fourth and final playoff See tivy, Page 2B


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champion tops tivy freshmen

Offense

Antlers shut down chargers

TyLer AHrenS Tivy Sr. Wide receiver Ahrens kept tivy in Friday’s District 27-4A battle with Boerne champion, hauling in seven passes for 143 yards, including touchdown strikes of 24, 16 and 20 yards. he also recorded an interception on defense.

Defense SeBASTiAn rODriGuez Photo by Stuart Cunyus

Tivy Sr. Defensive Lineman rodriguez had a big night in tivy’s District 27-4A contest with Boerne champion Friday, recording five solo tackles, five assisted tackles, one tackle for a loss and one quarterback pressure. he also forced a charger fumble.

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Blue, Gold teams both fall to chargers in District 27-4A play By S TuArT C unyuS Sports editor

Tivy Football District 27-4A Team Schertz clemens Alamo heights Boerne champion Buda hays Lockhart Tivy Seguin Kyle Lehman

Dist. 3-0 3-0 2-1 2-1 1-2 1-2 0-3 0-3

Sea. 6-0 5-1 5-1 4-2 3-3 2-4 3-3 1-5

PF 191 248 223 227 176 113 203 109

PA 34 180 142 148 146 174 193 254

x - clinched district title y - clinched playoff berth

This Week’s Games: Tivy @ Alamo Heights Schertz clemens @ Buda hays Boerne champion vs. Lockhart Seguin @ Kyle Lehman year-to-Date results: Tivy Varsity (1-2, 2-4): Date Opponent 8/30 @ Del rio 9/6 vs Madison 9/12 @ Steele 9/27 vs clemens* 10/4 @ hays* 10/11 vs champion* 10/18 @ A. heights* 10/25 vs Lehman* 11/1 vs Seguin* 11/8 @ Lockhart* Totals

Boerne Champion 31 Tivy Blue 12 Boerne champion’s isaac Murdock ran for a pair of second half scores, and the visiting chargers pulled away to a 31-12 win over tivy Blue in District 27-4A freshman football action last thursday at Antler Stadium.

Tivy Freshman Football

Last Week’s Games: Boerne Champion 25, Tivy 23 Schertz clemens 24, Seguin 13 Alamo heights 42, Kyle Lehman 35 Buda hays 38, Lockhart 37

tivy’S coSme carriLLo ran for four touchdowns on jaunts of 8, 55, 82 and 4 yards to lead the Antlers past Boerne Champion 27-0 last Thursday in District 27-4A junior varsity action in Boerne.

tivy’S ryan Stanton (above) stretches out for extra yards after hauling in a pass during the Antler Gold team’s battle with Boerne Champion last week in District 27-4A freshman action at Antler Stadium. At right, Tivy’s damian duran breaks free from a tackler during more Gold action last week against Champion.

With the loss, tivy dropped to 0-3 in district play and 2-4 overall. champion jumped out to a 16-0 first-quarter lead on a 6-yard interception return for a touchdown by Austin Burt and a 24-yard tD run by Kaden Beavers, as well as a pair of 2-point conversions. David troxell’s 1-yard touchdown run with 5:31 left in the second quarter narrowed tivy’s shortfall to 16-6, but Murdock scored on a 13-yard run in the third quarter and an 18-

yarder with 6:04 left in the fourth quarter, and the chargers added a 2-point pass and a Beavers’ extrapoint kick to lead 31-6. tivy’s Benton clendenen blocked a champion punt late in the game that the Antlers recovered at the charger 1-yard line, and Sam Limehouse bulled his way into the end zone on the next snap to cut tivy’s final deficit to 31-12. tivy plays at district rival Alamo heights thursday at 6:30 p.m. Boerne Champion 25 Tivy Gold 24 tivy Gold spotted Boerne champion an early 13-0 edge, battled back to lead 24-19 with 5:45 left to play, then gave up a late touchdown in a 25-24 loss to the visiting chargers last thursday in more District 27-4A freshman football action at Antler Stadium. With the loss, tivy dropped to 0-2-1 in district play and 1-3-1 overall. champion’s Sam Duncan tossed a 43-yard touchdown pass to chase Burgess early in the first quarter to get the chargers on the board, and caleb rypple added a 12-yard tD run midway through the second quarter. hunter Wilson’s extra-point

r PF PA W 25 0 L 24 42 L 7 49 L 0 27 W 34 31 L 23 25

Boerne — tivy junior varsity quarterback cosme carrillo ran for four touchdowns, and the Antlers stayed unbeaten in District 27-4A play with a 27-0 shutout of Boerne champion thurday at champion high School.

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seed with five games remaining. the win also assured tivy of a playoff-clinching tiebreaker should the two teams end loop play tied for fourth place by virtue of the Lady Antlers’ head-to-head sweep of the Matadors in district action. Junior Paige Miller and sophomore riley risinger drilled nine and eight kills, respectively, against Seguin, and risinger led tivy defensively with 33 digs. Miller and sophomore Anna Beth Burniston added 28 digs each, Perry finished with 19 digs, and senior Bethany Brown chipped in 10 digs. Burniston also had three aces and Miller finished with two aces.

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Tivy Junior Varsity (3-0, 4-2): Date Opponent r PF PA 8/29 vs Del rio W 41 0 9/5 @ Madison L 29 34 9/11 vs Steele L 12 28 9/26 @ clemens* W 21 12 10/3 vs hays* W 40 18 10/10 @ champion* W 27 0 10/17 vs A. heights* 10/24 @ Lehman* 10/31 @ Seguin* 11/7 vs Lockhart* Totals 170 92 Tivy Freshmen Blue (0-3, 2-4): Date Opponent r PF PA 8/29 @ Del rio W 38 6 9/5 vs Madison W 35 16 9/11 @ Steele L 12 54 9/26 vs clemens* L 24 44 10/3 @ hays* L 36 61 10/10 vs champion* L 12 31 10/17 @ A. heights* 10/24 vs Lehman* 10/31 vs Seguin* 11/7 @ Lockhart* Totals 157 212

ahead 19-16, but the Antlers answered in the fourth quarter after recovering a charger fumble. Duran’s second score of the night on a 2-yard run and a 2-point pass from Jackson to Saul castillo put tivy back on top 24-19. it wasn’t enough. Lozano scored on a 9-yard run in the final 1:54 to give champion a 25-24 edge, and the chargers shut down tivy’s final series to secure the victory. the Antlers continue district play thursday at Alamo heights. Game time is 5 p.m.

kick gave champion a 13-0 lead. Damian Duran’s 3-yard touchdown run around right end with 50 seconds left in the quarter and a Sterling Jackson 2-point run sent tivy into halftime trailing 13-8, and the Antlers pulled ahead 16-13 in the third quarter on a 4-yard tD run by Jackson after Duran recovered a champion fumble. Jackson followed the score with a 2-point pass to Seth Longoria. the chargers regained the lead on a 55-yard run by rafael Lozano with 5:26 left in the third quarter to pull

Maurisa Garcia and Sydney riordan led Seguin with 16 and 15 kills, respectively. tivy couldn’t keep the momentum going in Friday’s district showdown with champion, falling 3-0 to the Lady chargers at Antler Gym. Miller recorded eight kills and 15 digs to lead tivy, and Brown and risinger added four kills apiece. Bosse chalked up eight assists, two blocks and an ace, Perry added five assists and 13 digs, and risinger finished with a team-high 20 Miller digs. tivy, 21-13 overall, was scheduled to host Lockhart tuesday in more district play and will take on loop rival Alamo heights Friday at 6:30 p.m. in San Antonio.

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carrillo scored on runs of 8, 55, 82 and 4 yards, Luke Fierst added two extra-point kicks, and clay Barker booted a third as tivy improved to 3-0 in district play and 4-2 overall. hunter holmes recovered a fumble for the Antlers. tivy continues loop play thursday with a 5 p.m. home game against Alamo heights.

Tivy Volleyball District 27-4A Team District y-Alamo heights 9-0 y-Boerne champion 8-1 Buda hays 6-3 Tivy 5-4 Schertz clemens 3-6 Seguin 3-6 Kyle Lehman 1-8 Lockhart 1-8

Season 31-8 18-17 24-13 21-13 25-12 19-17 10-15 8-25

x - clinched district title y - clinched playoff berth

Last week’s games: Tuesday, Oct. 8 Tivy def. Seguin, 21-25, 25-20, 19-25, 26-24, 15-4. Kills: Kendall Bosse 17, Paige Miller 9, riley risinger 8, Bethany Brown 5, Merci Perry 4; Assists: Merci Perry 22, Kendall Bosse 16; Digs: riley risinger 33, Anna Beth Burniston 28, Paige Miller 28, Merci Perry 19, Kendall Bosse 12, Bethany Brown 10; Blocks: Kendall Bosse 4; Aces: Anna Beth Burniston 3, Paige Miller 2. Friday, Oct. 11 Boerne Champion def. Tivy, 25-15, 25-22, 25-13. Kills: Paige Miller 8, Bethany Brown 4, riley risinger 4; Assists: Kendall Bosse 8, Merci Perry 5; Digs: riley risinger 20, Paige Miller 15, Merci Perry 13; Blocks: Kendall Bosse 2; Aces: Kendall Bosse 1.

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Tivy Freshmen Gold (0-2-1, 1-3-1): Date Opponent r PF PA 8/29 @ Del rio cancelled 9/5 vs Madison W 6 0 9/11 @ Steele L 0 32 9/26 vs clemens* L 16 32 10/3 @ hays* t 8 8 10/10 vs champion* L 24 25 10/17 @ A. heights* 10/24 vs Lehman* 10/31 vs Seguin* 11/7 @ Lockhart* Totals 54 97 * District 27-4A games

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Another big test tivy battles Alamo heights Friday in more 27-4A action By S TuArT C unyuS Sports editor

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ivy will have to rebound quickly from a tough District 27-4A loss to Boerne champion last week when the Antlers travel to San Antonio Friday to take on Alamo heights. Since dropping its first game to class 5A San Antonio o’connor, heights has reeled off five straight wins, including District 27-4A victories over Boerne champion (41-17), Seguin (53-41) and Kyle Lehman (42-35). the Mules are averaging 41 points and almost 600 yards per game behind an offensive attack led by 6-foot-3, 205-pound junior quarterback Dalton Banks. Banks has thrown for 1,317 yards and 10 touchdowns on 106 completions and is hitting on 63 percent of his passes with just two interceptions. he’s also a threat on the ground with 224 rushing yards and three tDs. Banks likes throwing to a number of receivers. Senior robert Schuler leads heights with 33 catches for 361 yards and five touchdowns, but the Mules have three other

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definitely had a chance to win it and we just didn’t take advantage.” champion’s clayton hatfield and tivy’s Bradley Mitchell traded a pair of first quarter field goals, with hatfield’s covering 41 yards and Mitchell’s 35, to knot the score at 3-3 at the end of the quarter. Dyal and Ahrens hooked up for their first tD connection on the opening play of the second quarter, a 24-yard toss into the left corner of the end zone that Ahrens made one of his trademarked leaps to haul in. Mitchell’s extra-point kick gave tivy a 10-3 lead with 11:52 left until halftime. champion answered late in the quarter when sophomore quarterback Josh Green busted his way up the middle for a 5-yard scoring run, then tacked on a 2-point conversion plunge that sent the chargers into the break leading 11-10. tivy drove 57 yards on its opening possession of the second half, a sixplay series capped by a 16-yard touchdown pass from Dyal to Ahrens with 6:00 left in the third quarter, but the Antlers’ lead stayed at 16-10 after their 2-point try came up short. champion’s ryan McGovern fell on an Antler fumble late in the quarter, and the chargers capitalized Dyal seven plays later when Green bulled his way into the end zone from a yard out early in the fourth quarter, but Green’s 2-point pass was intercepted by tivy’s connor Gawryszewski to keep the chargers’ edge at 17-16. champion held tivy’s next two series in check, the latter forcing an Antler punt with 4:13 remaining. the change of possessions proved costly after Popisil capped a quick six-play, 84-yard drive with his 35-

receivers — Jake osborne, Scott uhl and christian Lalinde — with 200 or more yards in receptions. heights has shown a tendency to give up a lot of points defensively. in its past two games against Seguin and Lehman, the Mules

Tivy @ Alamo Heights Friday, Oct. 18, 7:30 p.m. Orem Stadium

SerieS HiSTory tivy leads series 20-12-1 2011 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 1999 1998 1995 1994

A. heights 31, tivy 24 A. heights 41, tivy 16 A. heights 28, tivy 21 A. heights 34, tivy 26 A. heights 40, tivy 7 tivy 49, A. heights 42 tivy 36, A. heights 28 tivy 33, A. heights 7 tivy 33, A. heights 23 tivy 18, A. heights 0 A. heights 26, tivy 20 tivy 14, A. heights 7 tivy 27, A. heights 6

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have surrendered an average of 38 points. heights and tivy have a history of playing in streaks. Between 2002 and 2005, the Antlers won four straight, but heights has taken the last five meetings between the two teams, including a 31-24 victory last year. tivy leads the all-time series 20-12-1. the Antlers have struggled offensively this season, but have averaged 28 points over their last two games and are seeing good production from sophomore quarterback cade Dyal. Moved into the starting varsity job two weeks ago, Dyal has thrown for 360 yards and five touchdowns over the last two weeks, with most of those strikes going to senior tyler Ahrens. Sidelined three games by injury, Ahrens has 17 catches for 310 yards and four tDs since his return and is averaging 18 yards per catch. Senior Adrian Medran leads tivy’s ground game with 283 yards and three touchdowns on 48 carries, a 5.9 yard-per-carry average. Senior Will randal has 200 rushing yards. Kickoff is 7:30 p.m. at harry B. orem Stadium.

Friday, Oct. 11: Boerne Champion 25, Tivy 23 champion tivy

yard tD scamper with 1:54 remaining. Green then added a 2-point run to stretch champion’s advantage to 25-16. “i hate punting the ball, but with 4-1/2 minutes, punt ‘em down there with three timeouts,” Jones said. “our defense is good. We’re going to hold and get the ball back with plenty of time. Worst-case scenario we kick a field goal and go in. i didn’t think we wouldn’t have enough time to get it, but i never thought they’d score.” tivy fought back quickly. Dyal hit Ahrens for a 56-yard gain, then came back to him again for a 20-yard touchdown completion with 1:14 left, and Mitchell’s PAt kick cut the Antlers’ deficit to 25-23. tivy’s onside kick was recovered by champion’s Sebastian Garces, but the Antlers’ defense held the chargers to a 3-and-out, and tivy got the ball back with eight ticks left at its own 17yard line. Dyal immediately tried to hit tristan Smith down the right sideline, a play that picked up 15 yards after champion was flagged with an interference call, but van nest’s sack on the next snap ended the contest. “We fought hard,” Jones said. “A close game, you can look at four or five plays, and if the outcome of those four or five are different, the game’s different. the kids played

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First Quarter B.c. — clayton hatfield 41 FG, 6:45 tivy — Bradley Mitchell 35 FG, 2:05 Second Quarter tivy — tyler Ahrens 24 pass from cade Dyal (Mitchell kick), 11:52 B.c. — Josh Green 5 run (Green run), 1:44 Third Quarter tivy — Ahrens 16 pass from Dyal (run failed), 6:00 Fourth Quarter B.c. — Green 1 run (run failed), 10:39 B.c. — travis Popisil 35 run (Green run), 1:54 tivy — Ahrens 20 pass from Dyal (Mitchell kick), 1:14

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tivy’S adrian medran is the Antlers’ leading ground gainer with 283 yards and three touchdowns on 48 carries heading into Friday’s District 27-4A showdown with Alamo Heights at San Antonio’s Harry B. Orem Stadium.

“We fought hard. A close game, you can look at four or five plays, and if the outcome of those four or five are different, the game’s different. The kids played hard and never gave up.”

First downs rushes - yards Passes Passing yards total yards Punts - avg. Fumbles - lost Penalties - yards

Champion 18 50-159 14-25-1 162 321 4-33 4-0 6-50

Tivy 12 26-80 18-26-0 230 310 5-34 2-1 4-32

individual Statistics Champion rushing: travis Popisil 23-128, Josh Green 22-58, clayton hatfield 1-1, curt cowart 2-0, Austin humphrey 1-(-5), team 1-(-23). Passing: Josh Green 13-23-1-149, Alex Flores 1-2-013. receiving: curt cowart 5-87, Dillon Manz 3-35, eric Aldaco 3-21, travis Popisil 1-10, Austin humphrey 2-9. Tivy rushing: cade Dyal 9-37, Adrian Medran 9-34, Parker Brown 2-7, tyler Ahrens 2-5, Will randal 3-0, hutch White 1-(-3). Passing: cade Dyal 18-26-0-230. receiving: tyler Ahrens 7-143, hutch White 3-42, tres White 4-24, carson Mccoy 2-12, Jess conner 1-8, Adrian Medran 1-1.

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tivy girls battle Seguin, champion

Center Point

Leakey knocks off c. Point

Lady Antler frosh up 27-4A record to 8-1 with pair of wins

Wednesday, october 16, 2013

our Lady of the Hills

Bracken rolls past hawks

Boerne champion knocked tivy to 5-4 in District 27-4A junior varsity play with a 2-0 win over the Lady Antlers Friday at Antler Gym.

Tivy Sub-Varsity Volleyball

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center Point’S caroL FerGuSon tips a ball back over the night during the Lady Pirates’ 3-0 sweep of Utopia last week in District 27-A action at Pirate Gym. center Point — Leakey and center Point battled through four sets before the visiting Lady eagles posted a 15-9 matchclinching win in a 3-2 downing of the Lady Pirates Friday in District 27-A action at Pirate Gym.

Center Point Volleyball Kelsey Lang drilled 14 kills for center Point, followed by 12 from carol Ferguson and another 10 by Ashley Walters. caleigh Asher finished with 41 assists, Kenzie Smith chipped in 24 digs, and Ferguson chalked up three blocks at the net. With the loss, center Point dropped to 2-3 in district play. the Lady Pirates opened last week with a 3-0 sweep of utopia in more district action at Pirate Gym. Ferguson’s 12-kill night paced a Lady Pirate offensive attack that saw Asher record 32 assists, while Lang led center Point’s defensive effort with 11 digs. Asher and Ferguson added 10 digs each. center Point, 15-5 overall, was scheduled to play at harper tuesday and will host Junction Friday at 5:30 p.m. at Pirate Gym.

C. Point Football District 14-A D1 Team Brackett Mason ozona Junction harper Center Point

Dist. 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-1 0-1

Sea. 6-0 4-1 3-3 4-2 3-3 1-5

PF 260 202 151 161 159 128

PA 74 46 163 132 141 235

x - clinched district title y - clinched playoff berth

year-to-Date results: Date Opponent 8/30 vs Medina 9/6 @ ingram 9/13 vs eldorado 9/20 @ J. city 9/27 vs Sabinal 10/11 @ ozona* 10/18 vs Junction* 10/25 @ Brackett* 11/1 @ harper* 11/8 vs Mason* Totals

r PF PA W 53 0 L 14 48 L 13 22 L 12 40 L 21 69 L 15 56

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C. Point Volleyball District 27-A Team harper Junction Leakey Center Point Medina utopia

District 5-0 2-2 3-1 2-3 1-3 0-4

Season 24-6 22-7 21-6 15-5 14-11 0-16

x - clinched district title y - clinched playoff berth

Tuesday, Oct. 8 C. Point def. utopia, 25-22, 25-15, 25-12. Kills: carol Ferguson 12, Kelsey Lang 8, Ashley Walters 5; Assists: caleigh Asher 32; Digs: Kelsey Lang 11, caleigh Asher 10, carol Ferguson 10, Kenzie Smith 9, Ashley Walters 9; Blocks: Maegan colvin 1; Aces: Maegan colvin 1, carol Ferguson 1, Kelsey Lang 1. Friday, Oct. 11 Leakey def. C. Point, 25-20, 25-18, 18-25, 24-26, 15-9. Kills: Kelsey Lang 14, carol Ferguson 12, Ashley Walters 10; Assists: caleigh Asher 41; Digs: Kenzie Smith 24, Kelsey Lang 22, Ashley Walters 22, carol Ferguson 14, caleigh Asher 10; Blocks: carol Ferguson 3; Aces: Kelsey Lang 1, Ashley Walters 1.

Adair Appleton recorded three kills for tivy, Sierra Kibbett finished with three assists and 11 digs, Monica rios chipped in 10 digs, and Sabrina nentwich added seven digs. Appleton’s seven kills, four blocks, three digs and two aces and an 11-assist night from rios helped power tivy to a 2-1 win over Seguin in more action last tuesday at Antler Gym. Kibbett finished the night with three kills, four assists and two digs, and evelyn Flores chipped in three digs. ----in freshman action last week, tivy topped Boerne champion 2-0 in District 27-4A action Friday at Antler Gym behind a 10-kill, fourdig showing from Laci Smith and a five-kill, two-ace night by Kaylie Morgan. tanna Becker added four kills, an ace and three blocks, while Abigail hill fueled tivy’s offensive effort with seven assists. Brooke Stewart and Lindsey Gawryszeski recorded six and five

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after that. Galindo’s 94-yard tD dash on the Lions’ next snap kicked off a 42point first-half scoring barrage by the Lions. ryan and ricky Porras added scoring runs of 24 and 57 yards on ozona’s next two series, and Jalen Perez returned an interception 45 yards on the final play of the first quarter to put the Lions comfortably in front 28-7. Galindo hauled in a 26-yard touchdown pass from rodriguez in the second quarter and took a center Point punt 61 yards to the end zone for a 42-7 halftime lead, then added a 28-yard tD run early in the third quarter. Daniel Lombrana’s 1-yard touchdown plunge with 7:56 left in the third quarter capped ozuna’s scoring and gave the Lions a 56-7 edge. center Point freshman Aaron Walters hooked up with Mariano Arreola on a 25-yard tD pass midway through the fourth quarter to snap the Pirates’ scoring drought, and Larry Leitha added a 2-point Arreola run to account for the final 56-15 tally. Walters finished the night with nine completions for 114 yards, while Leitha topped center Point’s rushing game with 12 carries for 68 yards. Kitchens added 54 yards on 17 carries. chase Mccutchen had two catches for 43 yards to lead the Pirates’

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tivy’S SaBrina nentwich digs out a ball during the Lady Antlers’ District 27-4A battle with Boerne Champion Friday at Antler Gym. digs, respectively, to pace the Lady Antlers’ defense, and Gabby Johnston finished with two kills, two aces and four assists. With the win, the Lady Antlers improved to 8-1 in district play and 12-6 overall.

earlier in the week, tivy rallied from a close opening-game loss to knock off Seguin 2-1 in more district action tuesday at Antler Gym. Morgan led the way with seven kills and two aces, Smith and Johnston added three kills apiece,

and Ashli Block had three blocks at the net. Johnston and hill chipped in five and four assists, respectively, Stewart finished with seven digs and Smith another four, and Becker recorded four aces.

Friday, Oct. 11: Ozona 56, Center Point 15 c. Point ozona

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First Quarter c. Point — Kolby Kitchens 1 run (Pablo Martinez kick), 8:25 ozona — tyler Galindo 94 run (kick failed), 6:11 ozona — ryan Porras 24 run (run failed), 2:32 ozona — ricky Porras 57 run (Daniel Gonzalez run), 0:13 ozona — Jalen Perez 45 interception return (Gonzalez run), 0:00 Second Quarter ozona — Galindo 26 pass from Jayton rodriguez (Galindo kick), 8:56 ozona — Galindo 61 punt return (Galindo kick), 7:03 Third Quarter ozona — Galindo 28 run (Galindo kick), 10:52 ozona — Daniel Lombrana 1 run (Galindo kick), 7:56 Fourth Quarter c. Point — Mariano Arreola 25 pass from Aaron Walters (Larry Leitha run), 6:54

First downs rushes - yards Passes Passing yards total yards Punts - avg. Fumbles - lost Penalties - yards

C.Point 15 31-125 13-36-4 145 270 5-36 0-0 3-15

Ozona 13 22-320 2-3-0 35 355 3-38 0-0 11-102

individual Statistics C. Point rushing: Larry Leitha 12-68, Kolby Kitchens 17-54, Aaron Walters 2-3. Passing: Aaron Walters 9-17-2-114, Kolby Kitchens 4-19-2-31. receiving: chase Mccutchen 2-43, Mariano Arreola 1-25, Larry Leitha 3-23, Jerid Gesell 3-22, Aaron Walters 2-22, Kolby Kitchens 2-10. Ozona rushing: tyler Galindo 3-126, ryan Porras 2-81, ricky Porras 4-37, Jayton rodriguez 3-24, Daniel Gonzales 3-21, Daniel Lombrana 4-21, Dakota Lee 3-10. Passing: Jayton rodriguez 2-3-0-35. receiving: tyler Galindo 2-35.

receivers. center Point (0-1, 1-5) returns home Friday to host Junction in more District 14-A action. Game time is 7:30 p.m.

oLh’S Katherine harriS goes high to reach a ball during the Lady Hawks’ TAPPS District 3-A Division 6 contest with Bulverde Bracken last week at Cailloux Gym. Bulverde Bracken stayed atop the tAPPS District 3-A Division 6 standings with a 3-0 win over our Lady of the hills Friday at cailloux Gym.

OLH Volleyball Madison Franklin led oLh with eight kills, Katherine harris and Beth Gregory added nine and eight digs, respectively, and Diana Wahrmund and Dahlia Barrera chipped in 13 and nine digs. elisabeth White finished with five kills and harris fired two aces. the Lady hawks, 6-12-1 overall, hit the road thursday for a district game at San Antonio Keystone and will cap loop play next tuesday at Bracken.

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tivy haLL oF Fame honoree matt tayLor is presented with his plaque by Hall of Fame president Guy Overby (left) and HOF committee member Leslie Lidiak during Friday’s ceremony at Antler Stadium.

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this year’s honorees were certainly deserving of that mantle. Demasco was a three-year AllDistrict and All-State volleyball player for tivy between 1996-98, as well as an All-District standout in basketball. After graduating in 1999, she went on to earn All-Big 12 honors as a volleyball star at texas tech. in 2002 she was chosen tech’s Female Student Athlete of the year. Demasco, who married her high school sweetheart tate Demasco, came from a storied Antler history. her mother, Kathy McGehee, was the first female inducted into tivy’s hall of Fame in 2008 after a stellar volleyball career of her own. “i had the privilege of being coached by my mom in middle school, and she’s not such a bad volleyball player herself,” Demasco said.

taylor, a 1983 tivy graduate, was a two-year state champion in the 1600-meter run as a junior and senior. he also placed second in the 800-meter run as a senior on the same day he won the 1600 title. taylor went on to an AllAmerican track career at the university of Arkansas before becoming an internal medical specialist in ohio. he is married with two children and enjoys playing guitar with Docs that rock. “i would like to thank all my coaches, with a special recognition to coach charlie Dobbs,” taylor said. “i pretty much owe you all my success. you are the definition of ‘tivy Fight never Dies.’” tivy’s 1950 football team posted an 8-2 record and finished the season ranked 10th in the state of texas in the final year before schools were divided up by classifications. the 1950 Antlers boasted seven All-District players, including a pair of unanimous honorees in running back Morris Stone and quarterback charlie Arnecke.

District 3-A Division 6 Team District Bulverde Bracken 5-1 S.A. Keystone 3-1 OLH 2-4 S.A. St. Gerard 0-5

Season 11-4 19-6-1 6-12-1 4-14

Last week’s games: Tuesday, Oct. 10 Bracken def. OLH, 25-19, 25-12, 25-17. Kills: Madison Franklin 8, elisabeth White 5; Assists: Katherine harris 9, Beth Gregory 8; Digs: Diana Wahrmund 13, Dahlia Barrera 9; Aces: Katherine harris 2.

OLH Football TAPPS Division i District 4 Team Boerne Geneva cASA OLH Bracken S.A. Winston

Dist. 1-0 1-0 0-0 0-1 0-1

year-to-Date results: Date Opponent 8/31 @ castle hills 9/6 vs Lifegate 9/13 vs Summit 9/20 @ hill country 9/27 @ veritas 10/4 vs FeASt 10/18 vs Winston* 10/25 vs Bracken* 11/2 @ cASA* 11/8 @ Geneva* Totals

Sea. 6-0 3-4 2-4 5-2 2-4

PF 261 244 247 204 197

PA 102 239 308 174 316

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Hal Peterson Middle School

M. valley gets past Lady Spikes

Schreiner University

Schreiner women get first win

Schreiner Volleyball

HPMS Volleyball Kathryn Stieler added six points to Peterson’s total, and Avery Wilton and Alicia Lagana chipped in four points apiece.

HPMS 7A vs. Medina Valley no results reported. HPMS 7B vs. Medina Valley no results reported.

Peterson cc sweeps B.n. invitational Boerne — hal Peterson’s seventh and eighth grade boys and girls cross country teams swept first place honors at last week’s Boerne north invitational, winning 26 medals in the process.

HPMS Cross Country the Spikes’ top finishers by grade were as follows (no times were reported): Seventh grade girls: chloe Pena charli Becker Alliana Lopez campbell Grona Jazlyn chavez Amber Pintsch Katie harmon

1st 4th 5th 9th 10th 11th 15th

Seventh grade boys: Joel Pelton chase Logue chris tijerina Stephen canty Frankie Aguilar Jacob ortega caleb Kissinger

2nd 6th 7th 10th 11th 13th 15th

eighth grade girls: Katrina correa Meagan Blevins Madeleine Pelton Kassandra Molina Linda ortega Sarah Mccormick ester orrellana

3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 12th 15th

eighth grade boys: Zach hamil Jesus Mejia Davo Martinez ryan valdez Paul Alvarez Layne Breneman Spenser Fox

2nd 4th 6th 8th 14th 16th 28th

Su drops three games at ScAc tournament SeGuin — A long weekend saw Schreiner go 0-3 at the second Southern collegiate Athletic conference Divisional tournament as the Mountaineers dropped games against texas Lutheran Friday and trinity university and Southwestern Saturday.

Medina Valley def. HPMS 8A 25-19, 15-25, 25-21 Peterson 8A’s tatum Ahrens and Brooke Scheidle scored eight points each, but the Lady Spikes couldn’t hold off Medina valley in a 2-1 setback to the Lady Panthers last week in middle school volleyball action in castroville.

Medina Valley def. HPMS 8B 25-19, 25-18 Peterson 8B’s Allison haag, Brynley Baker, rachelle Molina and Demi Bock scored 7, 6, 5 and 4 points, respectively, in a 2-0 loss to Medina valley last week in more middle school action in castroville. haag finished with four aces, and Molina and Bock fired two aces apiece. teri Westall and Gabby Lesturgeon each had two kills at the net.

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Schreiner’S KeLcie neSBitt (in white) slides in front of an Austin College player during the Mountaineers’ SCAC battle with the visiting Roos last Friday at Mountaineer Field.

Mountaineers knock off centenary 2-1 in overtime thriller After falling just short several times the past two weekends, Schreiner made the big plays when

Schreiner Women’s Soccer it counted to post a dramatic 2-1 overtime win against centenary college Sunday in Southern collegiate Athletic conference action at Mountaineer Field. With the win, its first this season, Schreiner moved to 1-7 in ScAc play and 1-12 overall. After a scoreless first half, centenary drew first blood when the Ladies’ carly Slovensky scored in the 51st minute. Just last weekend, Slovensky scored both goals in

a 2-0 centenary win over Schreiner first collegiate coaching win. it was requenez’ first collegiate in Shreveport. goal and couldn’t have it looked like it may be come at a better time. another tough loss for the Both teams had eight Mountaineers, but junior shots in the match, with Gabby Watson’s goal in Schreiner senior goalthe 80th minute tied the keeper Lizeth De La torre match. it was Watson’s recording three saves. first goal of the year. on Friday, freshman Schreiner freshman yahaira Montes scored in natalie requenez scored the third minute to give the game-winner in overSchreiner an early 1-0 lead time to give first year head requenez against Austin college, coach nick Morrison his

but the visiting roos rallied to get a comeback 3-1 win in more ScAc action at Mountaineer Field. Montes’ goal came off an assist by freshman heather cagle. A strong defense by Schreiner kept the roos out of the net for nearly 35 minutes. De La torre did her part by coming up with six saves, but eventually the Ac attack proved too fierce. Montes and Watson each had two shots to lead the Mountaineers. Schreiner returns to ScAc action Sunday at the university of Dallas.

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in Friday’s match, Su (2-8 in ScAc play) won the first set 25-19, but tLu rallied to win the final three sets, 25-15, 25-21 and 25-15. Senior Brittany Boyett had nine kills to pace Su’s offense, junior callie Du Perier recorded 21 digs and seven kills, and sophomore Alyssa chapman had seven kills. Senior Jaemi Groves chalked up 25 assists. in Saturday’s first contest against no. 21-ranked trinity, the Mountaineers again took the first set 25-22, but lost the next two sets by the same close score. trinity won the fourth game 25-12 to run their conference record to 9-0. Du Perier finished with 14 kills and chapman and Boyett added 10 apiece. Boyett had 18 digs and Groves recorded 27 assists. in the day’s second match against Southwestern, Schreiner ran out of gas in a 3-0 loss. Du Perier had nine kills, Groves 19 assists and senior Jamie Burns 21 digs.   Schreiner, 5-14 overall, has a pair of non-conference home matches this week.  the Mountaineers were scheduled to host howard Payne tuesday and will play our Lady of the Lake Saturday at 6 p.m.

Photo by Stuart Cunyus

tivy’S Scott SchuLte returns a volley during recent team tennis action at the HEB Tennis Center. Tivy secured a berth in this week’s Class 4A area-round tournament in San Antonio after going 2-1 at last week’s District 27-4A tournament. The Antlers swept Kyle Lehman 11-0 in first-round tournament action, fell 10-2 to Boerne Champion in second-round play, then capped the tournament with a 10-4 win over Buda Hays.

later, senior Kelan robinson assisted on hollingshead’s first goal of the season to make it 2-0. the Mountaineers outshot centenary 14-6. Lawson, with great support from his teamates, recorded his third shutout with a pair of saves in goal. hernandez’s goal in the 51st minute gave Schreiner a 1-0 win over Austin college in more ScAc action Friday at Mountaineer Field. Lawson finished with two saves. Hernandez hernandez and sophmore orlando Sanchez each had two shots to lead the offensive effort. Schreiner returns to ScAc action Friday at colorado university and will take on the university of Dallas Sunday in irving.


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Hill Country Community Journal — Sports

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Wednesday, october 16, 2013

Hal Peterson Middle School

Spikes run roughshod over uvalde teams Peterson c teams battle ingram in middle school action HPMS 8A 14 uvalde 6 Jack Qualls’ 80-yard kickoff return for a touchdown and a 28yard scoring run by Lance Ford lifted Peterson 8A to a hard-fought 14-6 win over uvalde last week in middle school football action in uvalde.

HPMS Football Joel Prado booted a 2-point conversion kick to cap the Spikes’ scoring, and ruben exum, Brian espinoza, rafael Garcia, turner Brown, hunter richter, Billy Bryant and Jonas camarillo all had solid showings on the offensive line. Peterson’s defense stopped uvalde twice inside the 20-yard line to preserve the win. With the victory, Peterson 8A improved to 3-1. HPMS 8B 24 uvalde 7 Peterson 8B spotted uvalde an early 7-0 lead, then roared back with 24 unanswered points to knock off the coyotes 24-7 in middle school action last week in uvalde. With the win, Peterson moved to 4-0 on the season. Peterson quarterback Koedi Martinez’s 2-yard touchdown pass to clay Standridge in the first quarter cut the Spikes’ deficit to 7-6, and Peterson pulled ahead for good on a 60-yard tD romp by Alec Jimenez that put the Spikes on top 12-7. hunter Saunders scored on a 1yard run to move Peterson’s edge to 18-7, and riley Billeiter capped the night with a 24-yard tD run for the Spikes’ final score. Peterson’s defensive standouts included Jimenez, Marco Gonzales, craig Weathers and ismael Borrayo, who forced a fumble. Saunders and Douglass Morris both had fumble recoveries for the Spikes. HPMS 8C 24 ingram 0 elijah Flores returned an interception 8 yards for a touchdown less than a minute into play, and Peterson 8c never looked back en route to a 24-0 win over ingram last week in middle school action in ingram. cory Bradford extended the Spikes’ lead in the second quarter with a 3-yard touchdown run, and Peterson’s Antoni Perez scored on a 5-yard jaunt in the fourth quarter. Perez, Kelly Santos and Devin compton all added 2-point conversion runs to the Spikes’ scoring. HPMS 7A 39 uvalde 0 Brady Delgado tossed a 41-yard touchdown pass to Josh vela on the opening play from scrimmage, and Peterson 7A rolled from there to a 39-0 shutout of uvalde last week in middle school action at Antler Stadium. trey Layton followed up on Peterson’s early score with a 27-

yard tD pass to tyler Jenschke on the Spikes’ next series to make it a 12-0 game, and Brock Barnett’s interception of a uvalde pass led to an 18-yard scoring run by James huff and an 18-0 Spike lead at the end of the first quarter. caden villarreal scored on a 21yard jaunt in the second quarter, and huff’s 1-point conversion run sent Peterson into halftime leading 25-0. villarreal added a 48-yard tD romp in the third quarter, and trinity Weyand returned an interception 27 yards for the Spikes’ later in the quarter. Jon Lozano’s 2point kick capped Peterson’s final edge at 39-0. With the win, the Spikes moved to 3-1 on the season. Peterson enjoyed outstanding offensive line play from David ramirez, charles cardin, ray ramirez, Michael Steele and chris Slaughter, while Joseph villa, Skylar Duran, James huff, Joseph Garrett and charles cardin anchored the defensive front. HPMS 7B 42 uvalde 0 Peterson 7B’s Kevin centeno ran for two touchdowns, and the Spikes upped their unbeaten record to 4-0 with a 42-0 rout of uvalde last week in middle school action at Antler Stadium. tyler Frazar’s 5-yard touchdown run on Peterson’s opening drive and a 2-point kick by Jason Zirkel staked the Spikes to an 8-0 firstquarter lead. Peterson put the game away with three second-quarter touchdowns. Kevin castenada scored on a 31yard run, centeno reached the end zone from 21 yards out, and caleb Kissinger returned a punt 45 yards to paydirt in the quarter’s final seconds. Zirkel added a second 2-point kick after castaneda’s tD as the Spikes went into halftime leading 28-0. Frazar tossed a 73-yard touchdown pass to Kissinger in the third quarter, and Zirkel’s 2-point kick extended Peterson’s edge to 36-0. centeno capped the Spikes’ scoring in the final quarter with a 5yard touchdown run with 2:15 remaining. Peterson’s Jacob Milgrom, tyler Mejia, christian Lopez, Jyles Williams and Dustin Goodman all had solid nights on the offensive front, while the Spikes’ defense, led by oscar Menchaca and nick Barecky, held uvalde to just two first downs. ingram 27 HPMS 7C 0 ingram scored a pair of first-half touchdowns and added two more in the second half to knock off Peterson 7c 27-0 last week in middle school action at hal Peterson. nick espinosa, Desmond calamaco, Brady Baker and chase Doyle all had significant runs for Peterson, while defensive end Juan Martinez recorded two tackles for a loss. Defensive back Joel urguiza also had several big tackles in the game.

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haL PeterSon 7a’S caden viLLarreaL (above) zips through an opening for positive yardage during the Spikes’ 39-0 win over Uvalde last week in middle school football action at Antler Stadium. At right, Peterson 7B’s caLeB KiSSinGer sprints past a Uvalde defender during his team’s 42-0 shutout of the Coyotes in more middle school play at Antler Stadium. Below, 7B’s JaSon Peterson’s ZirKeL (7) and 7A’s JoSh veLa (25) pick up yards against Uvalde. Photos by Stuart Cunyus

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