Sports

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09
Mar

FHS lady golfers medal in Round Rock

Two strokes made the difference for Fredericksburg High School varsity girls’ golf, as they finished second out of 17 teams in the March 1 Round Rock Invitational.

The Billies shot a 370 on the day, two more than first-place Westwood, which shot a 368.

FHS also had two golfers medal. Katelyn Zuberbueler took fourth by shooting an 85. She was actually tied for fifth but won the scorecard playoff.

Estella McMurrey’s 89 was good enough for seventh place.

 

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Wed
09
Mar

FHS varsity tennis competes in San Angelo invitational

By Scott Allen

 

Fredericksburg High School’s varsity tennis team competed in the Central Invitational in San Angelo on Thursday, March 3.

The match was friendly, as no point totals were given and no trophy was awarded.  

Teams competing included FHS, San Angelo Central, Canyon Randall and Midland High.

The next match for the Billies will be the Hill Country Championships in Fredericksburg on Thursday through Saturday, March 24-26.

 

Central Invitational

March 3

Boys’ singles: Miera d. Pluenneke (Fbg), 6-1, 6-2; Pluenneke d. Bixler, 6-4, 6-5; Stephens d. Pluenneke, 6-1, 6-2; Grantham d. Ball (Fbg), 6-3, 6-3; Stephens d. Ball, 6-3, 6-2; Bixler d. Ball, 7-6, 6-3. Pluenneke finished second in consolation bracket. 

 

Wed
09
Mar

FHS boys' hoops season ends

By Scott Allen

 

After a loss in the regional quarterfinals to Beeville Jones, 71-58, Tuesday, March 1, the Fredericksburg High School boys’ varsity basketball season has come to an end.

Head coach Tim Kaman said the boys gave it their all in the hard-fought game.

“We played a very talented Beeville team and just came up short,” Kaman said. “We knew that they were a big, athletic team, and it would be tough.  They made more plays than us and deserved the win, but I thought our guys played their tails off.  We never quit. We kept fighting.”

The Trojans used their height advantage early in the game to give them a cushy eight-point lead, Kaman said, and sunk a few three-pointers to go into halftime with a 12-point advantage. The Billies could never get past the lead.

Wed
09
Mar

Harper track goes to Mason

By Danny Hirt

 

The Harper High School Longhorn track teams participated in the annual Comfort Relays held Thursday at Comfort High School, with an eye on traveling to Mason on Saturday for the Puncher Relays, then returning home Thursday to host their own meet.

HHS earned two first place medals — both in the junior varsity level — at Comfort with Hailey Doyle taking the top award in the 3,200-meter race (in a time of 14:25) and Anneliese Tatsch earning first in the 1000-meter hurdles (19.26).

 

Comfort Relays

Harper Varsity

Girls’ Results

Discus: 6. Lexi Smith, 91’1”.

Pole vault: 5. (tie) Marti Lumpkins, 7’6”.

200 meter race: 6. Chrissie Bryant, 29.16.

400 meter race: 5. Haylee Poorman, 66.87.

Wed
02
Mar

Billies drop regional quarterfinal game


Senior guard Elliot Hale jumps for a layup during the 62-44 bi-district win over Poteet on Tuesday, Feb. 23. — Standard-Radio Post/Tyler Gaudin
By Scott Allen
 
The Fredericksburg High Schoolboys basketball team ended its season last night with a 71-58 loss to Beeville Jones in the regional quarterfinals in San Antonio.
 
Scores and details about the game will be posted online at www.fredericksburgstandard.com and in next Wednesday’s Fredericksburg Standard-Radio Post
 
The Trojans will play the winner of the Brazosport-Wharton game, 6 p.m., Friday, March 4, at Texas A&M Kingsville. 
In Friday night’s regional quarterfinal 57-47 win against La Feria at Woodsboro High School, the Billies jumped out to a good start, according to Coach Tim Kaman. 
 
Wed
02
Mar

Luck was no lady in Billie' boss to Boerne


Anna Koenig goes up for two in a hard-fought battle against Boerne. — Photo by Brenda Rau for Standard-Radio Post

Fredericksburg High School varsity girls’ basketball team found themselves on the wrong side of luck in the regional quarterfinal game in Wimberley last Tuesday.

The FHS squad lost to its District 29-4A opponent Boerne, 56-52, on Feb. 23 to end its season 17-19 overall and 6-4 in district.

“I am extremely proud of the girls. They fought and played hard. We were inches away from going to the regional tournament,” said Coach Carrie Grona. “But that luck thing. There’s something to be said about it.”

Grona said 42 turnovers coupled with bad luck hurt the team.

“I’ve never in 32 minutes of play witnessed 42 turnovers,” she said. “I felt helpless. It was like we had butter on our fingers. We played hard but we had 42 turnovers and the ball didn’t bounce our way. You gotta have a little bit of luck — not one rebound, not one shot bounced our way.”

Wed
02
Mar

FHS wins Billie Invitational


Grace Igarta handles a backhand volley in her doubles win with partner Abby Peet. — Standard-Radio Post/ Ken Esten Cooke

By Scott Allen 

 

Fredericksburg High School’s varsity tennis team hosted the Billie Invitational in Fredericksburg on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 26-27 and won the tourney.

FHS won gold with a point total of 175. Second place was Mason with 160 and Kerrville Tivy was awarded bronze with 129.

The next meet will be the Central Invitational, in San Angelo, on Thursday, March 3.  

 

Billie Invitational

Feb. 26-27

Boys’ singles: Constantine (Fbg) d. Rash, 6-3, 4-6, 6-4; Constantine d. Bushman, 6-3, 6-4; Dudney d. Constantine, 6-0, 7-6; Ball (Fbg) d. Gretzinger, 6-3, 6-3; Keller d. Ball, 6-4, 6-2; Ball d. Ellison, 6-0, 6-2; Bushman d. Ball, 6-2, 5-7, 6-4.

Wed
02
Mar

FHS baseball finishes fifth in Eberle-Boeck Tourney


Derrick Dietrich, Fredericksburg High School boys’ varsity baseball coach, described Riggs Threadgill’s pitching performance Feb. 25 against McCallum as “gutsy.” Threadgill took the loss but held the Knights (which took first in the Eberle-Boeck Memorial Tournament) to only two runs. — Standard-Radio Post/Richard Zowie

By Richard Zowie 

 

Fredericksburg High School varsity boys’ baseball relied on a pitchers’ duel and last-inning heroics to close out the 30th Annual Eberle-Boeck Memorial Tournament with a 2-0 victory on Feb. 27.

The Billies took fifth place in the tournament and split their tournament games, winning two and losing two.

FHS faced Regents in their final game Feb. 27 and scored two runs in the bottom of the ninth to defeat Regents, 2-1.

In previous tournament games, Antonian crushed the Billies, 16-0, on Feb. 26, tripled up Monahans, 6-2, on Feb. 25 and was on the receiving end of a McCallum shutout on Feb. 25, 2-0.

“We played good at times,” said FHS head coach Derrick Dietrich. “We struggled at the plate all weekend as a whole. We need to get more consistent at the plate and that will come. We need consistency — on the mound, on defense, and at the plate.”

Wed
02
Mar

FHS boys' varsity soccer's two wins improves district record to 2-0-1

 By Scott Allen

 

Winning back-to-back games, the Fredericksburg High School boys’ varsity soccer has risen to 2-0-1 on district play and 7-6-3 on the season.

On Friday, Feb. 26, the boys defeated Canyon Lake, 4-2.

“The team is finally starting to get to where we want to be,” head coach Shannon Petsch said. “They are passing the ball better, shooting better, playing better defense and creating scoring opportunities.”

The Billies scored two quick goals in the first 10 minutes of the game, Petsch said, but Canyon Lake responded with two goals of their own.

“We pulled a player back the second half to help on defense and the score stayed the same,” Petsch said. “Lesson learned, just because something seems it is going to be easy, you cannot relax and you have to play the entire game.”

On Tuesday, Feb. 23, the Billies shut out Wimberley, 4-0, despite facing tough winds.

Wed
02
Mar

FHS girls' soccer blanks Canyon Lake in district

Fredericksburg High School girls’ varsity soccer notched their first district win of the season as they blanked Canyon Lake, 2-0, on the road, Feb. 26.

On Feb. 23, the Billies were shut out by Wimberley, 3-0.

 

FHS 2, Canyon Lake 0

Jacquelin Gurrola’s 41st-minute goal and Gloria Reavis’ 71st-minute goal helped put Fredericksburg on top for its 2-0 victory over Canyon Lake, Feb. 26.

Anna Koenig provided both assists.

At goal, Megan Daley made five saves to keep the Lady Hawks blanked.

“This was a huge district win for the Billies,” said Coach Logan Minshew. “It was our first district win of the year and our first district goals. This was really big for us tonight. We honored friends and family with parent night and knew that we needed to come together as a team and play together. It was really nice for us to play so well in front of our fans who mean so much to our girls.”

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