Sports

Wed
08
Jul

Fredericksburg All-Stars advance three teams to sectionals

By Joshua McKinney

The Fredericksburg Little League All-Stars continued finished District 26 play last weekend and three teams will begin sectional tournaments this week.

Major, minor and junior softball all advanced to sectionals after winning their respective District 26 tournament championships.

Major softball all-stars

The major softball all-stars wrapped up their district title with a 20-0 win against Kerrville in the District 26 championship game Thursday night.

Fredericksburg begins sectionals against Uvalde at 8 p.m., Wednesday, July 8, at Old Fair Park.

Fredericksburg scored five runs in all four innings at the plate against Kerrville, stacking up 20 runs on 13 hits and 10 walks while only striking out once at the plate.

Wed
08
Jul

Local youth qualify for Junior Olympics


Taylor DeLong (left), Reese Sagebiel and Landri Sagebiel qualified for the track and field competition at the AAU Junior Olympics in Virginia, July 29-Aug. 8. DeLong qualified in the shot put, discus and turbo javelin throws; Reese Sagebiel qualified in the shot put and turbo javelin throw; and Landri Sagebiel qualified in the shot put, discus and turbo javelin throws. Not pictured is Landri Ottmers, who qualified in the shot put and the turbo javelin throw. — Submitted photo

Four Fredericksburg athletes will compete in the Amateur Athletic Union Junior Olympics in Hampton Roads, Virginia, July 29-Aug. 8.

Taylor DeLong, Landri Ottmers, Landri Sagebiel and Reese Sagebiel all qualified for the track and field portion of the Junior Olympics, which will take place Aug. 1-8 at Norfolk State University in Norfolk, Virginia.

All four athletes had to qualify at the South Texas District Qualifier Meet-Northern Area at Dragon Stadium in Round Rock, June 26-27, and the Region 19 Qualifier at Converse Judson High School, July 2-4.

“All four of the girls have put in a tremendous amount of work this summer in the heat to prepare for these competitions,” said Jamie Felps, an assistant track coach at Fredericksburg High School. “The girls will continue to work through July so that they can become even more prepared to improve and medal at the Junior Olympics.”

All four girls compete unattached.

Wed
01
Jul

Dickens ties for seventh during South Texas Senior PGA event


Fredericksburg resident Edwin Dickens putts at the ninth hole during the South Texas Senior Professional Golf Association tournament at Lady Bird Johnson Municipal Golf Course last Monday and Tuesday. Dickens was one of 51 golfers who participated in the tournament. — Standard-Radio Post/Joshua McKinney

Two local golfers competed in the Professional Gold Association (PGA) South Texas Senior Series tournament held Monday and Tuesday, June 29-30, at Lady Bird Johnson Municipal Golf Course.

Fifty-one golfers, who had to be 50 as of Sept. 25 of this year, played in the two-day tournament.

Edwin Dickens finished tied for seventh with Marty Fleckman, a former PGA Tour golfer who also won a national championship for the University of Houston in 1965, by carding a 140.

Dickens finished seven strokes behind tournament champion Danny Gonzales of Round Rock, who won the tournament with a combined score of 134, eight strokes under par.

Alan Wooley scored a 152 over the two-day tournament and finished tied for 28th.

Ben Sauls, Ron Schroeder and Cameron Bass finished in the top five of the tournament with scores of 135, 136 and 137, respectively.

Wed
01
Jul

Little League all-stars compete at district tournament

By Joshua McKinney

Fredericksburg Little League all-star action continued with teams playing in District 26 tournaments throughout the past week.

As of press time, major softball and minor softball were still alive in their tournaments.

So far, only the junior girls have advanced to sectionals after clinching a district title by default as no other teams participated in district.

Major and minor baseball bowed out of their district tournaments with losses last weekend, and a loss on Monday eliminated intermediate baseball.

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Wed
24
Jun

Little League all-stars set to open tourney action


The Fredericksburg machine-pitch all-stars concluded their season in a tournament at Burnet. Team members include, from left, first row, Gus Barron, Domingo Viveros, Yair Hernandez, Jack Whittington, Gus Wegner and Jackson Andrews; second row, Calvin Grobe, Harrison Langford, Creek Frantzen, Alexis Viveros, Luke Greathouse and Dawson Holland; third row coaches Shane Frantzen, Brad Holland, Jake Whittingham and Mike Langford. — Submitted photo

By Joshua McKinney

Two Fredericksburg Little League teams kicked off their all-star season this week and several more will start tournament play during later in the week.

The intermediate baseball all-stars and minor baseball all-stars began their district tournaments this week while machine pitch baseball ended its season in a tournament over the weekend.

Fredericksburg’s major baseball, major softball and minor softball teams all begin district tournament play this weekend.

One team has already advanced to the sectional round.

The junior softball all-stars won their district tournament by default — no other teams were entered — and will not play again until sectionals at 6 p.m., July 8, at Alamo Heights in San Antonio.

Wed
24
Jun

Summer Swing draws local, area players

Fredericksburg tennis players combined for three bracket championships and three runner-up finishes in the Fredericksburg Summer Swing, sponsored by the Fredericksburg Tennis Association, last Saturday and Sunday.

Parker Phillips won the U-18 boys’ singles finals and combined with Broque Constantine to win the U-16/U-18 combined boys’ doubles championship.

Caitlyn Halford won the U-16 girls’ singles finals at the tournament.

Ben Sparks, Martin Ball and Jaci Spies/Avery Stephens finished in second place in the U-12 boys’ singles, U-16 boys’ singles and U-16 girls’ doubles, respectively.

Wed
17
Jun

Billie football season tickets on sale July 13

Season tickets for 2015 Fredericksburg High School varsity football home games will go on sale beginning July 13.

Current season ticket holders can renew their seats at $30 per seat starting Monday, July 13, and continuing through Thursday, July 16, between the hours of 7:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. and 3-6 p.m., at the FHS Field House.

Current season ticket holders who cannot make it to the field house at those times may contact the FHS Athletic Office at 830-997-6893, between the hours of 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

All remaining season ticket seats will be sold to the general public at $30 per seat, Tuesday through Friday, July 21-24, between the hours of 7:30 a.m.-1 p.m. and 3-6 p.m., at the FHS Field House.

During all varsity football season ticket sales, All Sports Season Passes will be available for $75 for the first pass and $25 for each additional pass. Passes are limited to 10 per person.

Wed
17
Jun

Texas Football picks Billies, 'Horns to finish fifth

Projections for Fredericksburg, Harper and Heritage high school football teams were released recently in the 2015 issue of Dave Campbell’s Texas Football.

The Fredericksburg High School Battlin’ Billies, which finished 4-6 last year, are projected to finish fifth in District 14-4A DI in the upcoming season.

The Harper Longhorns are projected to finish fifth in District 14-2A DI.

The Heritage Eagles last year finished 10-3 and won the TAPPS six-man football Division III state championship game over Zephyr, 46-16. This season, Texas Football lists them as the third-best six-man team in the state. 

Wed
17
Jun

Little League celebrates year


Cana Vollmar takes a swing at a pitch during a coach-pitch softball all-start tournament last Saturday at Old Fair Park. Fredericksburg played burnet and Goldthwaite in the tournament. — Standard-Radio Post/Yvonne Hartmann

Fredericksburg Little League will celebrate the end of the baseball and softball seasons at Bob Price Chevrolet from 11 a.m.-2 p.m., Saturday, June 20.

During Saturday’s event, the FBGLL will officially announce the all-star rosters for Fredericksburg this season.

The all-star selections for the major, minor and intermediate baseball teams will begin at 11:30 a.m. and selections for the softball junior, minor and major teams will take place at noon.

Bob Price Chevrolet will provide beverages and hot dogs for players and parents at the dealership.

The Little League board will also present participation medals to players for all league teams.

Wed
17
Jun

Summer tennis tournament series kicks off this weekend

The Fredericksburg Tennis Association will host its first summer tournament this weekend.

The Fredericksburg Summer Swing takes place Saturday and Sunday, June 20-21, at the H-E-B Tennis Center located at Fredericksburg High School.

Forty area players signed up for the tournament which will have girls’ and boys’ singles, and doubles for 12-under, 14-under, 16-under and 18-under divisions.

Draws will be posted today, June 17. Singles begin Saturday morning and doubles could start in the evening.

The tournament will be a best-of-three set format, with no advantage scoring and super tiebreakers for the third set. Consolation will play if time permits.

Registration for the tournament is now closed but those who registered before the deadline can pay online or upon arrival at the tournament. Checks should be made payable to the Fredericksburg Tennis Association.

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