Connie Morris was sipping coffee inside her house last Sunday when she received a FaceTime call from her niece Gracie Morris. It didn’t take long during the conversation until tears began streaming down Connie’s face.
Three OLH seniors signed their letters of intent to play college athletics Friday morning inside the school's chapel. Brian Casillas signed to play soccer at Schreiner University. Sam Watts will continue his baseball career at Cisco Junior College, and Andrew Houdeshell signed to play baseba…
Before the Our Lady of the Hills soccer girls faced League City Bay Area Christian in the area round of TAPPS Div. III playoffs, their coach Jorge Salinas presented them with two choices.
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.
At the end of last soccer season, Our Lady of the Hills girls soccer coach Jorge Salinas posed a simple question to then senior team captain, Mikayla Grocki. He wanted to know who Grocki thought should be the team captain for 2019-20 season.
Our Lady of the Hills football coach Chris Ramirez is always the first person to arrive on campus every morning, typically pulling into the parking lot at 6:45 a.m.
During my two years at the Kerrville Daily Times, I have covered 30 high school football games — and yes, I really did go back and count. I can confidently say that Friday’s contest at Battlin’ Billies Stadium offered the best atmosphere of the 30.
The Our Lady of the Hills’ football players worked hard this summer, and for good reason. They knew they had a chance to be great in the fall; they just had to keep improving every day.
In the last several days, Chris Ramirez frequently visited the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches’ website, hoping to see if the organization had posted its “Player of the Year” awards for 2019.
When Chris Ramirez glanced at his phone early on Friday morning, he noticed he had received a voicemail from the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches.
Hanging above the door in Luke Martinez’s bedroom is a piece of paper containing two goals that Martinez set for himself before the 2019 Our Lady of the Hills’ baseball season:
As soon as Our Lady of the Hills’ Will Westfall hoisted the TAPPS Class 3A state championship trophy last Friday, winter sports in the Hill Country officially came to an end.
WEST — As soon as Travis Reeh spotted William Westfall walking 10 feet ahead of him inside a West High School hallway, he began smiling, sprinting after his teammate until he was close enough to embrace him.
Midway through the second quarter, senior Travis Reeh leaned back in his chair and wrapped a towel around his head. Sporting a smile, he turned toward Hunter Taylor and conserved with his Our Lady of the Hills’ teammate. When he finished talking with Taylor, Reeh rotated to his right and cha…
Coach Garret Kull encouraged his Our Lady of the Hills boys soccer teams to keep their heads held high after their 3-0 loss to Houston St. Thomas Episcopal on Tuesday.
After moving through the post-game handshake line on Saturday afternoon, the 16 players on the Our Lady of the Hills’ boys soccer roster marched in unison toward their applauding fans.
Travis Reeh’s shots weren’t falling in the first half. The Our Lady of the HIlls’ senior guard had received plenty of opportunities against Hallettsville Sacred Heart. But for some reason, he wasn’t capitalizing.