Sports

Wed
13
May

Ladyhorns to face Three Rivers in regional quarterfinals

By Danny Hirt

The Harper High School Ladyhorns softball team scored 27 runs while allow-ing only one during two games to pick up the area round crown over Refugio, Friday, and advance to the regional quarterfinal round this weekend.

After taking apart Refugio, 15-0, in the first game on Friday, Harper continued its onslaught by winning the second game of the night, 12-1.
The games were played in Pleasanton.

The Ladyhorns will now face Three Rivers in a best-of-3 series which starts Thursday night at Clemens High School in Schertz at 7 p.m.

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Wed
13
May

Heritage earns three golds at TAPPS state track meet


Overall, the track teams at Heritage School captured second place (in the boys’ division) and fourth place (girls) at the TAPPS 1A state track and field championship meet held May 8-9 on the Baylor University campus. The members are, front row, from left, Coy Earley, Dillon Roberts, Blake Ashley, Lane Pressler, Jacob Huser and Abe Hinterlach; middle row — Jackson Bernard, Harleigh Klepac, Sarah Andrews, Rose Pedregon, Avery Klepac, and Jamie Hoermann; back row — Coach Brad Sultemeier, Leighton Klepac, Parker Given, Bryce Kitzmiller, Elliott Grimes, Skylar Kitzmiller, Joe Lucas, Sean O’Leary, Lindsey Pressler and Coach Lisa Sultemeier. — Submitted photo

By Danny Hirt

A dozen Heritage High School students earned medals — including three gold recipients — at the TAPPS 1A state champion-ship track and field meet held May 8-9 on the campus of Baylor University in Waco.

Girls earning first place recognition were Jamie Hoermann (pole vault) and Lindsey Pressler (100-meter hurdles), while Dillon Roberts took the top spot in the boys’ pole vaulting event.

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Wed
13
May

Update: Weather delays UIL Tennis State Semifinals until 4 p.m.

Update: 2:35 p.m. Inclement weather delayed Fredericksburg High School tennis players from completing their state semifinal matches, and matches are now scheduled to resume at 6 p.m. Parker Phillips/Sitman Wainwright were scheduled to play Abilene Wylie's Nital Patel/Maxwell Tadvick in the boys' doubles semifinals and Grace Igarta/Myra Powel were scheduled to play Abilene Wylie's Emily Corn/Ashley Smyser but both matches were delayed because of the weather.l

Hannah Boubel is slated to play Boerne's Alexa Rice in the girls' singles finals.

More updates will be added as the Billie tennis players finish their matches.

Update: 11:40 a.m. Fredericksburg High School tennis player Hannah Boubel advanced to the UIL Tennis 4A girls singles's championship match after beating Palestine's Stevie Ybarra 6-0, 6-1 in the semifinals this morning. More updates will be added the Fredericksburg Standard website as the other FHS netters play their matches.

Wed
06
May

Second place finish at state continues Billie run of success


The Fredericksburg High School varsity boys’ golf team, including (from left) assistant coach Tim Kaman, assistant coach Carl O’Neill, Justin Penn, Tyler Kaman Cole Grona. Langston James, Hudson Ross and head coach Janie Schneider Guynes, finished second as a team at the 4A UIL state golf tournament, shooting a score of 619. Argyle, the state champi-ons, scored a 612 to win. — Standard-Radio Post/Joshua McKinney

By Joshua McKinney

Fredericksburg High School varsity boys’ golf had another successful state tournament to keep the dynasty rolling.

The Billie golfers placed second in the University Interscholastic League 4A golf state tournament last Monday and Tuesday at Onion Creek Club Golf Course to earn their fifth-straight top five team finish at state.

Individual state champion Cole Grona, Tyler Kaman, Hudson Ross, Langston James and Justin Penn shot a combined 619 in the two-day tournament to finish just seven strokes behind Argyle.

The team ended the first day of the tournament six strokes behind Argyle but overnight rain changed the course conditions and wind made it hard for high shots to carry, which prevented the Billies from gaining momentum the second day.

Wed
06
May

Billies sending five netters to state tournament Tuesday

Fredericksburg High School varsity tennis is sending five players to the University Interscholastic League 4A State Tennis Tournament, Tuesday and Wednesday, May 12-13, at the Mitchell Tennis Center and Omar Smith Instructional Tennis Courts at Texas A&M University in College Station.

Girls’ singles player Hannah Boubel, boys’ doubles team Parker Phillips/Sitman Wainwright, and girls’ doubles partners Grace Igarta/Myra Powell are making repeat trips to state after winning their respective regional titles at the Region IV Tennis Tournament, April 21-22.

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Wed
06
May

FHS baseball to open postseason run against Jourdanton

Fredericksburg High School varsity baseball begins its University Interscholastic League postseason run Friday with a best-of-three game series with Jourdanton.

Game one of the bi-district round will be at Jourdanton at 7 p.m.

Game two will be played at FHS at noon on Saturday and game three will follow 30 minutes after the conclusion of game two, if necessary.

Jourdanton finished second in District 30-4A with a record of 6-4 in district and 9-11 overall.

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Wed
06
May

Billies advance three athletes to state track meet May 15-16

Three Fredericksburg High School athletes will be making return trips to the State University Interscholastic League Track and Field Meet on May 15-16 in Austin.

Qualifying for the state contest after earning gold medals at the Region IV-4A Track Meet on Friday and Saturday in Kingsville for the second year were juniors Lauren Smith in pole vault and Chase Whiting in both the 100 meter hurdles and 300 meter hurdles.

Making his third appearance at state will be FHS senior Samuel Studebaker in the 800 meter run.

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Wed
06
May

Longhorns to face Sabinal in first round of baseball playoffs

By Danny Hirt

The playoff-bound Harper High School baseball team closed out its 2015 regular season with a 6-5 home win over Mason on Tuesday, April 28.

The Longhorns, however, also suffered a 9-4 setback in Harper at the hands of Bandera on Friday in a warm-up game for both schools.

Harper will face Sabinal in a best-of-three series to be played Friday in Bandera, starting at 5 p.m. A third game, if needed, will be played Saturday at noon in Kerrville.

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Wed
06
May

Ladyhorns face Refugio in area softball playoffs

With a District 29-2A regular season championship safely under its belt, the Harper High School softball team now ventures out into the area round in its quest for a state UIL title.

First up for the Ladyhorns is Refugio, best-of-three winner over Riviera (11-5 and 17-6) during last week’s bi-district round of action.

The two schools will meet Friday in Pearsall with the first game beginning at 5 p.m., followed by a second contest approximately 30 minutes later.

A third game, if needed, would be played Saturday at 7 p.m., also in Pearsall.

 

Wed
06
May

Richburg, Harpold take four consecutive state TAPPS tennis titles


Heritage School’s Christina Harpold, left, and Sydney Richburg hold one of the four state TAPPS 1-A girls’ doubles championship tro-phies they won during their tenure on the courts. — Standard-Radio Post/Danny Hirt

By Danny Hirt

Winning a state championship in any sport is a special moment. Just ask anyone privileged enough to have done it.

Then, repeating as the best has its own reward.

But what if you’re fortunate enough to win a state title all four years you’re in high school?

To find out how special that feeling is, just ask Heritage School seniors Christina Harpold and Sydney Richburg. After all, they accomplished that heady feat at the end of last month in the TAPPS 1A girls’ doubles tennis finals held in Waco.

Richburg said she was “really excited” by winning her fourth title with Harpold. That’s a given. But blended in with the euphoria, Richburg added, is a tinge of bittersweet when she realizes her high school racket-related career has to an end. “I’m sad it’s over,” she said.

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