Kendall Bosse experienced a wave of relief when she checked her phone on the morning of Aug. 9 and noticed an email from her agent.
Whenever senior cornerback Zach Layton arrives home from Tivy football practice, his mother helps him refuel with a warm meal. Whenever he’s in a cranky mood, she knows how to lift his spirits.
Coach Tony Vela believes that his Ingram volleyball team still has room for improvement. That’s a scary thought for the opposing teams in the Lady Warriors’ district.
FREDERICKSBURG— During Monday’s practice, the Tivy volleyball team focused on improving position work, tooling the block and taking the right angles during plays.
After rushing out to a 2-0 lead in its match against visiting Center Point on Tuesday, Comfort needed everything it could muster in the final two sets to win in four games in a non-district match.
After Friday’s scrimmages, it’s still completely rational to believe that every Kerr County high school football team is going to be great this season.
The Ingram Tom Moore volleyball team didn’t leave San Angelo with a championship this weekend, but that didn’t stop the Lady Warriors from continuing to prove that they will be a championship-caliber team this fall.
Stoney Rhodes and Frank Molina were visiting with the media at midfield after Tivy’s scrimmage against Boerne on Friday at Antler Stadium. Midway through the interview, Boerne’s safety approached the two senior Tivy receivers and gave them both high fives.
Coach Bubba Walters began his summary of Center Point’s scrimmage against Comfort with some good news. And some bad news.` The good news? His Pirates played well offensively on Friday night. The bad news? Well, Center Point’s defense has some room for growth.
The Tom Moore Ingram football team entered fall camp with high expectations after returning 13 starters from last season’s playoff team. In June, Dave Campbell’s Texas Football predicted Ingram to make the playoffs again in 2019.
Savana Trahan found herself scrolling through her sixth-grade yearbook last week, taking a closer look at a future goal she had written for herself.
Inside the Tivy field house video room on Monday, Alex Bennett laughs when he recalls the first time he met his friend, Gonzalo Hernandez.
HARPER — When the Ingram volleyball team bus rolled into Ingram at about 10 p.m. last Friday, the Ingram Fire Department greeted the Lady Warriors with a champion’s reception.
Coach Bubba Walters doesn’t remember exactly what he said to Cody Daily a year ago. But in retrospect, the conversation turned out to be pretty important for his Center Point football program, altering the course of the Pirates’ 2018 football season.
Coach Stephanie Coates beamed as she addressed her Tivy volleyball players after their match against Fredericksburg on Tuesday night. Inside the victorious locker room at Antler Gym, Tivy’s first-year coach felt validated.
Coach Tony Vela intentionally made his Ingram volleyball team’s non-district schedule as difficult as possible. He knew his players had the mettle to handle high-level competition.
While participation in 11-man football appears to be falling nationwide, right here in Kerr County that doesn’t seem to be the trend, at least in what local coaches are seeing.
Charli Becker declines to give a lengthy explanation as to what prompted her sudden change of heart. Instead, the recent Tivy graduate only needs six words to adequately answer the question.
It’s nearly the end of July, which means it’s about time to get ready for a new school year (Fun!). This also means that you are probably emptying your bank account on school supplies that your children will hardly ever use (Seriously, in elementary school, I lost all my new pencils by the t…
Edward Trevino called his good friend Mark Vega at some point in 2018, asking for a favor. For the past 15 years, Trevino had been playing in Kerrville’s Heart of the Hills 72-hole golf tournament, but had recently lost his playing partner. He wanted to know if Vega had any interest in being…
The San Antonio McAllister Park All-Stars lived up to their top billing by edging the Kerrville All-Stars 5-2 Monday evening to take the double-elimination 13-14 Junior tournament championship at Ingram Tom Moore Field.
After losing Saturday night to tournament-favorite McAllister Park 11-3, the Kerrville Junior baseball All-Stars rallied in their final at bat, scoring three times to defeat D'Hanis in a 13-12 thriller on Sunday.
After his Ingram Tom Moore football players had finished running their sprints on Monday morning, coach Duane Kroeker delivered a pep talk to them on the Warriors’ football field.
After the Kerrville Major League All Stars fell to Boerne, 12-9, in the District 26 championship at the Ingram Little League field, they congregated near the first-base line to hear coach Eloy Vasquez’s postgame address.
With the Kerrville Major League All Stars trailing by five runs entering the fourth, assistant coach David Benavides gathered his players outside the entrance to the visitors’ dugout. It was time for a quick pep talk.
The members of the Hill Country Blues began to arrive at Louise Hays Park around 6 p.m. on Thursday, slowly congregating at the open field near the park’s bandstand.
Kerrville all-star hurler Bryanna Rodriguez delivers a pitch inside the circle during the Kerrville Major League All-Star softball team’s loss to the Fredericksburg/Harper all-stars on Thursday during the District Major softball tournament at the Ingram Little League Field. The Kerrville a…
Sometime in August of 2017, Tivy assistant coach Ty Taylor approached Jared Zirkel inside the Antlers’ weight room, needing to share some important news with the rising sophomore.