After experiencing a tender Tennessee Christmas (see what I did there?), I have returned to Texas just in time to write a year-in-review column.
Coach Chris Ramirez still has high expectations for his Our Lady of the Hills boys basketball team. At the same time, though, he also knows his players are going to experience some growing pains this season.
Senior running back Zachary Villo rushed for 303 yards and scored three touchdowns to lead Comfort to a 43-6 rout over host Ingram Tom Moore on Friday night.
LLANO — With Ingram Tom Moore two points away from advancing to the area round, coach Tony Vela sprinted onto the court during a timeout, dishing high fives to each of his players.
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.
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.
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.”
After suffering a heart-breaking loss to Junction in their season opener, the Warriors immediately had to turn around and play a solid Class 2A D’Hanis team in a hostile environment. In other words, it was clear Saturday’s game against the Cowboys was going to test their character.
Junction High needed just three big plays from running back Isaiah Gonzales — all in the first quarter — to hold on to a 27-24 victory over host Ingram Tom Moore in a non-district game Friday night.
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.
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.
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.
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 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.
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.
Chris Moralez went through a cavalcade of emotions on Friday. The Ingram tennis coach was exhausted after spending three days at the tennis state tournament in college station. He was elated that five of his players medaled, and he was a little sad that he watched his seniors play their fina…
Before Kylie Chapa teed off at Scott Schreiner Golf Course on April 22, before she cemented her legacy as one of the best golfers in Ingram Tom Moore History, she pulled into the Garden of Memories cemetery. Before she could compete in the Class 3A Region IV golf tournament, she had to visit…
Moments before his match, Austin Fairchild approached Greg Macias, shook his hand and wished him luck. The two Ingram seniors have been long-time friends, but during the District 26-3A mixed doubles championship on April 1, they temporarily became adversaries.
INGRAM— On one Tuesday morning, the Ingram Tom Moore principal stormed into Chris Moralez’s classroom holding a letter in his left hand. With feigned solemnity, Justin Crittenden gave Moralez some advice.
INGRAM — Every morning during the summer, senior Chris Slaughter and his Ingram teammates filtered into the Warriors’ field house for 8 a.m. workouts.
Unless a team are riding a championship, every year is a building year. But, when you combine a disappointing 2017 season with the graduation of a core group of skill players, rebuilding takes on a new level of urgency.
Tony Vela doesn’t want to fantasize too much about the future. He’s been coaching long enough to know that the most effective way to win a championship is through a constant fixation on the present.
INGRAM — Braden Fairchild was one of the first people to congratulate his younger brother after his performance in the regional tennis tournament in San Marcos on April 20.
Ian Crittenden didn’t even have time to settle into his dorm at the University of Texas when he was ushered into a room of 500 kids. Texas Boys State was officially underway.
The final score doesn’t always tell the tale. That axiom was never truer than Friday evening when Ingram Tom Moore went up against the potent Hyde Park Panthers under the lights at Warrior Field.