The thought remains in Presleigh Way’s mind whenever she’s on a basketball court.
As the Dripping Springs’ players sprinted on to the court to celebrate at the buzzer, Abraham Viera trudged toward Tivy’s bench, slowly shaking his head in the aftermath of the Antlers’ 55-52 overtime loss to the Tigers on Friday night.
Before the Tivy basketball players could begin their procession down the postgame handshake line, their coach Brian Young gave each of them a high five.
FLORESVILLE — Kneeling around the 20-yard line of Eschenburg Field, the Tivy football players listened in silence as the Tivy Marching Band played the school’s alma mater for the final time this season.
While his Tivy football teammates wait for him to speak, Frank Molina V silently stares at a sheet of paper.
Before the start of the fourth quarter on Tuesday evening, Brian Young addressed his five starters, delivering them one final pep talk before they trotted on to the court to play the final eight minutes.
After sharing the same courts for the last five years, Jackson Young and Abraham Viera have become close friends, two of the senior leaders on Tivy’s basketball team.
When Tivy cross country coach Kevin Pope looked at his stopwatch after Ximena Tinajero crossed the finish line, he felt good. So good, in fact, he thought his freshman runner might have just broken a Tivy school record at the Class 5A state meet in Round Rock.
DRIPPING SPRINGS — After Tivy’s volleyball players cruised to a four-set win over Austin LBJ at Dripping Springs High School, they circled around their coach Stephanie Coates to listen to her postgame address.
On Sept. 22, 2017, Trapper Pannell made his first career start as Tivy’s starting quarterback. At the time, Cole Miears was quarterbacking the Antlers’ junior varsity squad to an undefeated record; Brooks McCoy had yet to record a varsity reception and Colten Drake was still attending Boerne…
SAN ANTONIO— As soon as the first half ended during Tivy’s 62-0 victory over Memorial on Thursday, the Antlers began their usual jog toward the visiting locker room.
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.
Inside Tivy’s locker room, coach Stephanie Coates gave her Tivy volleyball players two options for their response to Tuesday’s match
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.
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.