Sports

Harper/Center Point game canceled

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After an unexpected bye, the Harper Longhorns varsity football team spent the week preparing to face District 14-2A foe Ozona at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct.

Eagles ready for their second district matchup

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Heritage’s m a t c h u p against Spring Branch Living Rock last Friday was canceled due to a Bobcat football player testing positive for COVID-19. “It was unfortunate that the game was canceled; however, it is a part of this season’s journey.

FHS golfers start season at home

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Fredericksburg High School golfers start season play hosting a tournament at Lady Bird Johnson Municipal Golf Course Monday through Wednesday. Boerne Champion, Canyon Lake, Round Rock McNeil, Clark-San Antonio, Incarnate Word and Cornerstone Christian high schools will play the girls’ varsity and boys’ varsity and junior varsity teams with 9 a.m.

Harper boys’ teams sweep district meet

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Harper’s boys’ cross country teams took advantage of the ideal racing conditions in San Saba Monday morning and brought home four gold medals from the District 29-2A Meet, with the varsity boys’ team securing a spot to regionals.

Ladyhorns set sights on playoffs

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Harper High School volleyball is rounding out the regular season with two more Region IV District 29-2A wins. Harper beat San Antonio Stacey on Friday, Oct.

Eagles search for first district win

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The Heritage Eagles volleyball needs its first TAPPS District 6-1A win. The Eagles are currently 3-6 overall and 0-4 in district play.

Spikers still in hunt for playoff spot

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Two regular season games remain for the Fredericksburg High School varsity volleyball team and the Billies are tied for fourth place with Canyon Lake in the District 28-4A standings. “We need to start thinking seriously about the playoffs,” head coach Jason Roemer said.

Tennis team heads into bi-district play

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Billies varsity tennis squad will join Boerne, Wimberley and Comal Davenport in the District 28-4A playoffs, after earning a third-place finish with a 3-2 record. “This is always a tough district and we knew it would be tough to win,” head coach Randall King said.