Tivy’s biggest challenge this week isn’t playing Memorial or a short week of practice.
Neither Schreiner volleyball coach Alyssa Hanley nor Kayla Lofland can remember the exact date they met. All they know is the encounter occurred when Hanley went to watch Lofland’s select travel team, San Antonio Alamo, play in a tournament.
In his mind, Gonzalo Hernandez hatched the perfect plan to celebrate Tivy’s 49-0 shutout over Uvalde on Friday night at Antler Stadium. He was going to give his defensive coordinator, Jeremy Hickman, a gatorade bath.
It's one of the biggest games of the year, and — despite chilly temperatures — a near-capacity crowd filled Antler Stadium on Friday night to watch the 2019 Homecoming game and halftime festivities. The Antlers defeated Uvalde 49-0.
Once he’s finished stretching, Dominic Jefferson jogs toward his family, beginning his pregame ritual before Tivy’s kickoff against Boerne Champion.
After Ingram Tom Moore’s volleyball match with Fredericksburg on Aug. 30, junior middle blocker Anna Crittenden visited with her friend from Boerne who had attended the match.
After Southwestern’s 2-0 victory over Schreiner last Friday, Pirate forward Garrison Engstrom found Mountaineers midfielder Caleb Hernandez on the sidelines and embraced him.
Inside Tivy’s locker room, coach Stephanie Coates gave her Tivy volleyball players two options for their response to Tuesday’s match
After being outscored 199-6 in their first four games, Harper’s Longhorns needed a change. They came into Friday night’s game against Menard winless, banged up and, maybe, a bit discouraged.
Tivy volleyball rebounded from Tuesday's loss to Champion with a three-set victory over Harlandale (25-22, 25-17, 25-20) on Friday. Keirson Jalowy and Paige Melcher each had 10 kills, and Savana Trahan supplied 21 digs to help the Lady Antlers improve to 24-9, 7-1 District 26-5A
As soon as the Schreiner soccer players trudged onto the practice field at 6:30 a.m. Aug. 15, the second day of two-a-days, their first-year coach Alyssa Taramona introduced them to the fitness test.
BOERNE— For nearly 15 minutes, Coach Stephanie Coates talked with her Tivy volleyball players inside the visiting locker room after their three-set loss (20-25, 19-25, 21-25) to Boerne Champion.
When Boerne Champion’s Tamari Jenkins charged through the A-gap for a 59-yard touchdown to give his team a 19-17 lead early in the fourth quarter, I surveyed all the Tivy fans at Antler Stadium. Most of them looked either angry or sad, as if they were anticipating a heartbreaking loss to Champion.
Junior quarterback Kolten Kitchens gave Center Point fans a scare when he left the game in the second half with an ankle sprain. Pirates’ running back Sammy Bustamante suffered a sprained knee in the loss to Ingram.
Hayden Poe can’t really remember what was racing through his mind as he chased after Luke Boyers. The Tivy defensive end just knew he had to find some way to bring Boerne Champion’s quarterback to the ground.
For the first three games of the season, Ingram Tom Moore quarterback Tim Leatherman has propelled the Warriors with his legs, but Friday night he did it with his arm.
Colt McBee finally missed on Friday, but it still wasn’t enough to completely give up his lead at the U.S. Olympic Trials for Skeet at Hill Country Shooting Sports Center in Kerrville.
Key stats for Tivy: Trapper Pannell has completed 11 of 17 passes for 77 yards and a touchdown, and has also collected 41 yards and another touchdown on three carries.
Midway through the fourth set, after flicking the ball across the net for another kill, Makenna Gelsone turned toward her coach Tony Vela, flashed a smile and gave him the “thumbs up.”
Before the end of the last school year, Tivy offensive coordinator Jeff Kubacak took Fisher Middleton aside during a team workout. He had some important information to share with the then freshman.
If you’re a Tivy fan, you have probably watched the video of senior Brooks McCoy’s head-on collision with a defensive back during the Fredericksburg game on Sept. 6. You are also probably wondering about his status for Friday’s game against the rival Chargers.
During the second Tivy volleyball practice, first-year coach Stephanie Coates gathered the Lady Antlers’ four returning varsity players into her office to issue a challenge.