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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.

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Sometimes, I read something that needs no comments, but simply needs to be shared. The following quote by Colrin Bowles may say it all: “The fundamental problem with golf is that every so often, no matter how lacking you may be in the essential virtues required of a steady player, the odds a…

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Are your children already bored with summer vacation? Well, there’s good news.

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CORPUS CHRISTI — After he heard the final whistle, Stephen Canty clenched the right goal post with both hands and lowered his head, attempting to collect his thoughts, trying his best to come to terms that his Tivy career was now over.

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Brandon Easterly has always felt an itch to coach in the Hill Country. So, when the athletic director position at Comfort High School became open, he quickly pounced on the opportunity.

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Tony Romo ascended the steep hill leading to Comanche Trace’s clubhouse at around 1:15 p.m. on Monday. When he finally reached the summit, he encountered a couple reporters hoping to ask him a few questions.

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Today at 6:30 p.m., the Kerrville Little League All Stars will play either 5 Diamonds LL or Wall LL in the Texas West - Section 3 tournament in San Angelo. If they are fortunate enough to win the double elimination tournament this weekend, they will then advance to the Texas West State Tourn…

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Travis Reeh beamed with optimism during a postgame meal with his teammate James Westfall last weekend.

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The Tivy High School football team shattered preseason expectations. The Antlers finished second in their district and posted 10-3 overall record, advancing to the Class 5A Division II Region IV semifinals before suffering a 31-24 loss to Calallen Saturday in the Alamodome.

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Editor’s note: This Thanksgiving edition of “Tivy Files” highlights individuals whose efforts so definitely merit appreciation from all quarters — from the locker room to the sidelines to the stands. Too often, their countless contributions to Tivy athletics aren’t necessarily unnoticed, but…

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Paul Hayes would’ve been content with just a pat on the back. Schreiner University, however, wanted to give its veteran coach a more proper sendoff.

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The Salvation Army will host the Pumpkin run tomorrow at 8 a.m. at the Kerrville Kroc Center. Participants are encouraged to don family-friendly costumes and will have the option of running either a 5K or a 10K on a certified course on Holdsworth Drive. Children under the age of 10 will will…

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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.

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T.R Andreas has loved fishing ever since he was a teenager. and that passion’s only grown throughout the years, as fishing has consistently provided Andreas with an escape from everyday life.

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The seventh annual Kerrville Triathlon saw a record-breaking number of competitors this weekend with more than 1,400 people competing in two events. According to organizers, that number is 200 more people than last year, and there were hundreds more spectators.

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CENTER POINT — Coach Caitlin Gayle has noticed the trend. The Center Point High School volleyball team simply plays with more energy whenever junior Bobbi Leitha is on the court.

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Coach Jason Roemer believes every setback can serve as a teaching tool. That’s what he keeps preaching to his Tivy High School volleyball girls.

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(Editor’s Note: “Extra Points” is a new analytical weekly column that offers three storylines from one of the football teams in the coverage area of The Kerrville Daily Times. This week’s edition takes a look at the Center Point High School football team, as the Pirates look to remain unbeat…

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The Kerrville community is beginning to take notice. Everyone is impressed with the way the Tivy High School football team is playing right now.

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The Tivy High School varsity football team upholds the same ritual every Friday. And it occurs long before kickoff.

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Coach Gina Lumpkins remembers the last time the Harper High School volleyball team played Hondo High School. The outcome for the Lady Longhorns in that matchup was far from what they wanted — they lost.

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In golf, like life, there are certain things we are good at and other things where we struggle. Some analysts felt the wedge around the green was the weakest part of Jack Nicklaus’ game, but a golf analyst pointed out it was hard to tell because he never missed a green.

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CENTER POINT — Coach Bubba Walters doesn’t necessarily have a favorite memory of Center Point football’s senior class. He’s known the five seniors since they were in elementary school, so there’s really too many memories to choose from.

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The power was in the players’ hands at the first Sandlot Day as they picked their own teams and which positions each would play. The only position all the boys didn’t want: umpire.

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HARPER — The Harper High School volleyball team’s mantra isn’t complicated, but it’s effective. No matter what the situation. No matter what the score. The Lady Longhorns refuse to give up.

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The Kerrville Little League is looking to “start a new tradition” by hosting its first Sandlot Day on Aug. 19-20.

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Aaron Walters spent the last month practicing, studying and working out with the Texas A&M University baseball team with his sights set on earning a maroon jersey.

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The Tivy Lady Antlers opened the 2017 season in impressive fashion, blanking a good Fredericksburg team in three games straight.

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The Lady Antler volleyball athletes joined forces Tuesday morning at the Tivy High School gym to practice for the new season.

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After posting several low scores in almost every flight in Round 1, the players had to deal with higher winds and dryer greens in Wednesday’s second round of the 72nd Heart of the Hills Golf Tournament. The results were higher scores, in general, with a few strong scores, considering the con…

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About 85 girls, ranging from the third grade through the eighth grade, gathered in the Tivy High School gym early Tuesday for a volleyball practice session with Tivy’s volleyball coaching staff.

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The first round of the 72nd Annual Heart of the Hills golf tournament is complete. As might be expected, each of the eight flights is very close after 18 holes of competition.

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Julian and Marcos Garza, 13 and 11, respectively, will travel to McAllen, Texas, to compete at this year’s Texas Summer Games July 27-30. They will both represent Region 3 three out of the 17 regions competing at the statewide games.

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The City of Kerrville Parks and Recreation Department’s  Competitive Guard Team won first place in a field of 13 other teams at the Central Texas Lifeguard Competition hosted Monday in New Braunfels.