Sports

Wed
03
Sep

Eagles open season with 54-7 win over Pflugerville Concordia Friday

By Danny Hirt

 

A stingy defense teamed up with a potent offense to give Heritage School all the punch it needed to topple Pflugerville Concordia, 54-7, in last Friday’s season-opening six-man football game for both teams.

The game was played on the Eagles’ home field in Fredericksburg.

With the win, Heritage is now ranked in the number four spot in the TAPPS six-man Division III state standings as formulated by sixmanfootball.com.

Heritage travels to Austin Hill Country this coming Friday night with kick-off scheduled for 7:30 p.m.

 

Heritage 54, Concordia 7

Four-yard rushing touchdowns in the first quarter by Jacob Huser and Parker Pattillo allowed Heritage to build up an early 16-0 lead on its way to a 54-7 victory over the visitors.

Huser connected on all six conversion kicks he attempted.

Wed
03
Sep

Ladyhorns finish in second place at Comfort weekend tournament

By Danny Hirt

 

Following this weekend’s silver medal performance in the Comfort Tournament, the Harper Ladyhorns volleyball team will have this Friday off before resuming the schedule Tuesday at Hondo.

The freshman and junior varsity contests will begin at 5 p.m., with the varsity squads squaring off at 6 p.m.

 

Comfort tournament

After winning two out of three matches in pool play on Friday at last week’s Comfort Volleyball Tournament, Harper kept on winning until it dropped the championship contest to the host school on Saturday by scores of 21-25, 25-18 and 14-25.

Earlier on Saturday, the Ladyhorns breezed past Center Point 25-7 and 25-11, then slipped by Boerne Geneva 28-26 and 26-24.

On Friday, Harper opened play by losing to Boerne Geneva 26-28 and 12-25, but rebounded to defeat TMI 25-20, 25-27, 29-27 before topping San Antonio FEAST 25-10 and 25-20.

Wed
03
Sep

Heritage volleyball heads to tournament

By Danny Hirt

 

The Heritage Lady Eagles dropped a three-game match at TAPPS Conference 2A Bracken Christian School in Bulverde on Thursday, Aug. 28.

After losing its first contest by a 16-25 margin, Heritage suffered two more defeats, 14-25 and 21-25.

“I scheduled our pre-season (district) with many 2A and 3A TAPPS schools as well as 1A UIL schools to give our team a challenge and prepare us for district play,” said Lady Eagles’ head coach Carol Bell. “The team continues to gel and up their performance with each match. Our goal is to be in the state finals and it will take pushing through the tough winds to soar the peak we want to accomplish.”

Results from Tuesday evening’s match at Johnson City were not known by this week’s Standard press deadline.

Wed
27
Aug

Billies leap into season opener Friday


Mitchell Edwards dances along the sideline Thursday afternoon as the Billies edged Lago Vista 3-0 in their second scrimmage of the season. FHS will face Lampasas on the road to open the regular season Friday. — Standard-Radio Post/Austin R. Eck

By Matt Ward

 

Lance Moffett and the Fredericksburg High School varsity football team have racked up a lot of records since the FHS head coach’s arrival three seasons ago.

One crucial record still eludes the Billies under Moffett: 1-0.

Fredericksburg will look to notch a victory in their regular season opener for the first time since 2008 as the Billies travel to Lampasas Friday night for a 7:30 p.m. kickoff at Badger Stadium.

On game day, Moffett will discuss the regular season opener during “Coffee with Coach,” a live radio show broadcast at 10 a.m. from Barefoot, located at 108 East Main Street #1.

 

Preseason a success

Fredericksburg dominated Lago Vista on both sides of the ball Thursday afternoon during the Billies’ second scrimmage of the preseason, winning 3-0 on the varsity level.

Wed
27
Aug

Ninth-ranked Billies win third straight


Kendyl STevens lofts one of her 29 assists as Ann Blackmon and Adrianna Hartmann read for a kill Aug. 19 during the Billies' 25-17, 25-12, 25-13 home win over La Vernia. — Standard-Radio Post/Matt Ward

By Matt Ward

 

Fifteen kills from middle blocker Adrianna Hartmann led the way as the ninth-ranked Fredericksburg High School varsity volleyball team defeated Uvalde 25-12, 25-22, 25-22 on the road Tuesday evening.

FHS (11-3) also bested Comfort 25-15, 25-13, 25-20 Thursday.

The Billies will head to the Mizuno Texas Showdown in New Braunfels Thursday for a three-day weekend tournament.

 FHS will join Central High School, Cy Woods High School and Columbus High School in pool 8 with the Billies’ first game against Central set for 10 a.m.

Fredericksburg will then return home Tuesday evening for a 6:30 p.m. match against the Llano Yellowjackets.

 

Win at Uvalde

A strong set one helped boost Fredericksburg to a 25-12, 25-22, 25-22 road victory over Uvalde last night.

Wed
27
Aug

Billies win three of five duals


James Drury returns a shot during the first round of the Fredericksburg High School/Kerrville Tivy Team Tournament on Thursday, Aug. 21, against San Mar-cos High School. Freder-icksburg won its match against San Marcos 10-0 (16-1). — Standard-Radio Post/Austin R. Eck

By Austin R. Eck

 

Over three days, the Fredericksburg High School tennis team played five matches.

The Battlin’ Billies started the whirlwind with a match against O’Connor High School on Wednesday, Aug. 20 at FHS. The Billies defeated O’Connor 10-4 (11-8).

The following day, Fredericksburg started competition in the FHS/Kerrville Tivy Team Tournament.

The tournament features teams from across the Hill Country playing doubleheader tennis matches each day of the two-day tournament.

On the first day, the Billies defeated San Marcos High School 10-0 (16-1), but they lost the second match to Abilene Cooper High School 10-5 (13-6).

FHS started the second day off on the right foot with a 10-6 (10-9) win over Floresville High School.

Fredericksburg faltered in the second match of the day and lost to Abilene High School 10-6.

Most of the players for FHS played 10 matches over the three-day span.

Wed
27
Aug

Billies win three of five duals

By Austin R. Eck

 

Over three days, the Fredericksburg High School tennis team played five matches.

The Battlin’ Billies started the whirlwind with a match against O’Connor High School on Wednesday, Aug. 20 at FHS. The Billies defeated O’Connor 10-4 (11-8).

The following day, Fredericksburg started competition in the FHS/Kerrville Tivy Team Tournament.

The tournament features teams from across the Hill Country playing doubleheader tennis matches each day of the two-day tournament.

On the first day, the Billies defeated San Marcos High School 10-0 (16-1), but they lost the second match to Abilene Cooper High School 10-5 (13-6).

FHS started the second day off on the right foot with a 10-6 (10-9) win over Floresville High School.

Fredericksburg faltered in the second match of the day and lost to Abilene High School 10-6.

Most of the players for FHS played 10 matches over the three-day span.

Wed
27
Aug

Eagles open new football season Friday at home

 

By Danny Hirt

 

Fresh off of a four-school day of scrimmages last Sat-urday, the six-man football team from Heritage School starts its 2014 campaign when the Eagles host Round Rock Concordia on Friday, beginning at 7:30 p.m.

“As a coach and a team, you always want to get out of the gates fast,” said Her-itage head coach Tim Ship-man. “The players and the staff have been working re-ally hard the past few weeks and it is exciting to finally get the season underway.”

Concordia, according to Shipman, is new to the world of six-man football. But the school’s mentor, Andy Cheshire, is experi-enced in this version of the gridiron game. Having coached at Round Rock Christian School, Cheshire, Shipman added, is quite knowledgeable about six-man.

“He (Cheshire) is familiar with us (Heritage) as he has scouted us many times over the years,” Shipman said.

Wed
27
Aug

Center Point bests Heritage Tuesday night

Despite losing Tuesday night’s home volleyball match in five games to non-district opponent Center Point, Heritage School head coach Carol Bell found some positive aspects of her team’s play.

“Heritage found themselves playing the best offensive match yet,” Bell said, “but defensively we still need to pull it together.”

She was impressed by the work put in by middle hitters Jamie Hoermann and Lindsey Pressler who “fought the entire match playing as not only great front row attackers but worthy back row defense, as well.”

Bell also looked to the play of Christina Harpold and Abby Sauer in the setter/hitter positions with encouragement.

“Sydney Richburg played the best defensive game so far this season,” Bell added. In addition, “Sarah Andrews scored with several ace serves.”

Wed
27
Aug

Harper volleyball upends Sabinal in three games

By Danny Hirt

 

Harper wasted little time in disposing of Sabinal in home volleyball action Tuesday evening as the Ladyhorns grabbed all three games 25-10, 25-13, 25-12.

Now sporting a 6-5 season record, Harper will play in the Comfort Tournament set for Friday and Saturday. From there, the Ladyhorns travel to Boerne Geneva for a Tuesday match. Start time has not yet been set for this contest.

HHS was scheduled to play in last weekend’s Junction Tournament but the event was cancelled.

In last night’s victory, Courtney Ahrns led the way with 13 kills and nine digs. Macie Lumpkins added 17 assists and seven aces.

Jordan White registered a perfect night from the ser-vice line by connecting on all eight of her serves.

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