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INGRAM — A three-quarter Ingram rally fell just one point short Tuesday night against Comfort as the Deer beat the Lady Warriors 35-34.

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COMFORT — The focus of the season has turned to the playoffs. But, let’s take just a second to reflect on the Week 11 performance of Comfort’s Jason Faulkner. The senior rushed for a school-record 374 yards and added five rushing touchdowns and even caught a TD pass. That performance earned …

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JOHNSON CITY — It has been a senior season to remember for Comfort running back Jason Faulkner and Friday night it got even better. He set the school record for rushing yards in a game with 374 adding six total touchdowns and leading the Bobcats over Johnson City 56-35.

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COMFORT — The defense lovers in the stands Friday night loved what they took in at Bobcat Stadium on senior night. Comfort rebounded to end its two-game losing streak, and its losing streak to Blanco. Most importantly, the ’Cats defense got back on track. After allowing 99 points during the …

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COMFORT — Following its three-game winning streak, Comfort has now dropped its last two games including a loss to head coach Joey McQueen’s former team Florence.

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Lady Hawks soar to playoff opening win, Lady Antlers senior night, 

Harper takes a run at the district record book, 

Lady Billies close out district title along with season ending action from Comfort and Ingram

 

 

 

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COMFORT — Comfort had its three-game winning streak snapped in grand fashion by Lexington. The Eagles scored 70 points for the third time in a month and nearly matched the number of points the Bobcats had allowed all season in four quarters.

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It started out as a perfect Hill Country evening. The temperature was just right, a beautiful full moon hung in the eastern sky, and a large and enthusiastic Comfort crowd was in the stands looking forward to one of the most anticipated games of the season. Unfortunately, Lexington and its s…

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ROGERS — On the road to open district play, Comfort got off to a great start against Rogers. The Bobcats led 33-0 late in the fourth quarter before the Eagles scored a pair of garbage time touchdowns to make the final score 33-16.

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COMFORT — Comfort was one of three area teams that took the week off in terms of playing Friday night. Bobcats’ head coach Joey McQueen made the decision that he wanted his players and staff to have more than just game night off.

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COMFORT — Jason Faulkner almost single-handedly led Comfort to its second win of the season. The senior running back toted 39 times for over 250 yards and four touchdowns. For good measure, Faulkner intercepted a pass on defense. One of the keys for the Bobcats going forward into district pl…

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COMFORT — Pete Aleman scored two touchdowns and Ralph Agulto returned a blocked put for a score giving Ingram a 21-0 lead over Comfort at halftime. The Bobcats rode Jason Faulkner in the second half outscoring ITM 20-7 and giving Comfort the 34-28 win over their former district rival.

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It hasn’t been the start to the 2016 season that either Comfort or Ingram was hoping for. The Bobcats do have a win, sitting at 1-2, but the transition to the new offense is still taking shape.

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COMFORT — The Bobcats couldn’t have asked for a much better way to have their home opener go. Jason Faulkner led the running attack helping Comfort to its first win of the season.

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COMFORT —A pouring rain couldn’t put a damper on Comfort’s home opener as the Bobcats rolled to a comfortable 20-0 victory over the Salado Eagles.

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COMFORT — Weather was an issue Friday night across the state, as it tends to be early in the season. Although Comfort wasn’t able to complete their season opener, they did get in more than many other teams did. The game was called with just over a minute left in the third quarter with the Bo…

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LAGO VISTA — Weather played a factor across the state Friday night, and that was no different in Lago Vista where the Vikings picked up a 17-13 win over Comfort when the game was called with 1:46 left in the third quarter.

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COMFORT — The rich tradition of Comfort football has been built on a bedrock of running the ball but starting this season, there is going to be a shifting of the foundation.

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CENTER POINT — Despite dropping the first set, Comfort managed to come back with three straight wins to earn a road victory against the Center Point Lady Pirates on Friday night. The first set was taken by Center Point, 25-20, but the Deer rallied to win 27-25, 25-20 and 25-20.

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WIMBERLEY — The Lady Antlers displayed a strong showing this weekend as they took home first place in the Wimberley tournament. Tivy went a perfect 7-0 over Friday and Saturday and won 14 of the 15 sets played against their opponents.

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CENTER POINT — Center Point enters 2016 having dropped from the D1 level down to D2, but the Pirates’ numbers are up from the previous year’s as they hope to overcome last season’s late season stumbles and play in the postseason.

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ELDORADO — Justin Jones struck out eight and only allowed two hits as Harper picked up a 4-0 district win.

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INGRAM — The Deer brought their offense with them up Interstate -10 as the Comfort ladies whacked Ingram Monday night 15-2.

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Tivy baseball wins nail-biter

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The Comfort Deer did everything right but win Tuesday evening as they opened district softball play with a disappointing 5-4 extra-inning loss to the Lago Vista Lady Vikings.

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SAN  MARCOS — Cameron Melcher, Trevor Ford and Lance Ford led the Antlers offense to at least a run in every inning as they pummeled Lubbock Cooper Friday night 13-2.

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BOERNE — Fresh off their tie-breaking win over Gateway, Comfort opened the playoffs against No. 18 Randolph, and the Ro-Hawks had no plans of letting the Bobcats stick around as they won 67-35.

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INGRAM — Comfort had three players score in double figures as the Bobcats ran away from Ingram Tuesday night 64-39.

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INGRAM — The Lady Warriors used some lock down defense in the second half to beat Comfort Tuesday night 45-37.

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HARPER — The Horns used a big first and second quarter effort to jump out on Johnson City Tuesday night. The Eagles stormed back, but Harper held on for a 51-50 win.

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HARPER — It was a busy weekend in Harper as they held their annual hoops tournament. Comfort was in town and left with a third place finish after going 2-2.

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As the 2015 season began, it seemed as though all was new for Comfort. However, as the season played out, it seemed more and more like everything that is old is new once again. A difficult non-district schedule challenged the Bobcats and forced them to get off to a slow start. They opened di…

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Saturday, the Texas State High School Cross Country championships will take place at Old Settler’s Park in Round Rock. And as per the norm, the Hill Country will be well represented. Three full teams, along with two other individuals will compete in the 5A, 3A and 2A races. Let’s get to know…

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INGRAM — The Comfort Bobcats’ vaunted running game went to work in the second half to break open a scoreless tie and roll over the Ingram Warriors 35-8 in a district game played Friday at the Tom Moore field.

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When Comfort and Luling meet Thursday night, each team will come into the game playing their best football of the season.

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COMFORT — Comfort volleyball took the court for the final time in 2015 ,and it didn’t go the way the Deer hoped. They lost a five-set match to Jarrell, 25-18, 21-25, 25-17, 17-25 and 15-10.

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UNIVERSAL CITY — Comfort hit the road for the first time in district play and the unfriendly confines didn’t effect the Bobcats offense in the slightest as they hammered Randolph, 54-21.

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Comfort is sitting right where they thought they would be at the start of the season, alone at the top of the district with an unblemished 2-0 record.

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Ingram and Comfort will close out the regular season against one another Friday night in Ingram. However, a Bobcats win will clinch at least a share of the district title for the second-straight season. For Ingram, the 2015 season started with such high hopes, as they began ranked in the pre…

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COMFORT — Does anyone like district play more than the Comfort Bobcats? The answer is likely no, as they improved to 2-0 in district play beating San Antonio Cole, 55-21.

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The return to district play did the Comfort Bobcats well as they picked up their second win of the season, beating Marion, 35-20. The running game was huge again for Comfort as they ran for 400 yards moving to 1-0 in district play.