At 12:30 p.m. Thursday, Tivy alumus Stoney Rhodes transported Cole Miears and Colten Drake to the McCombs Ford West Seniors Celebration.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Kansas City Royals for years valued high school prospects in the first-year player draft, guys with an abundance of raw athleticism, undeveloped talent and what those in the scouting profession would call "high upside."
It might have been raining, but that didn't matter. For the first time since March 12, there was a baseball practice in Kerrville. Coach Steven Rhodes' junior league team (13-14 years old division) practiced at the county baseball fields on Tuesday evening.
As soon as the pickup basketball game had ended, Texas A&M assistant coach Lyle Wolf approached Jackson Young. He wanted to chat with the Tivy point guard.
For the first time since March, Next Level Volleyball held sand workouts for all its athletes on May 11. It didn’t take long until one of the participants, sixth-grader Riley McGuffie, informed coach Jason Roemer she was tired. She found a rather creative way to express the sentiment, too.
When Brian Young sealed his letter to Tivy Athletic Director David Jones inside an envelope on Saturday, he immediately called his two assistant coaches, Ray Fierro and Joe Davis.
Hal Peterson coach Grant Palmer always knew Cole Miears was going to win a lot of games at Tivy; even in middle school, Miears had a knack for finding ways to help his team win. Tivy girls basketball Christy Dill always raved about Audrey Robertson’s character.
It’s been 73 days since Audrey Robertson and Julia Becker played their final high school basketball game, but the two Tivy seniors are still receiving accolades for helping the Lady Antlers reach the Region IV championship for the third straight season.
Liz Twiss’s eyes welled with tears when she emerged from her house on April 21 and noticed a line of 12 vehicles slowly moving past her house.
When working on Tivy’s 2020 football schedule, Antlers’ coach David Jones labored to find five quality non-district opponents to prepare his squad for district play.
Missing sports during the coronavirus pandemic? Relive some of the best sports moments of 2019. Tivy football rallied in the fourth quarter to defeat Boerne Champion, 24-19 in the district opener.
This game turned out to be another memorable entry in one of the best rivalries in the Hill Country. Tivy came from behind in the fourth quarter to edge Fredericksburg in front of a sold-out crowd at Battlin' Billie Stadium.
The Lubbock Christian Women’s basketball team was conducting 2-on-2 drills when associate athletics director, Chris Due, interrupted Thursday’s practice to speak with coach Steve Gomez.
Seniors Audrey Robertson and Julia Becker will finish their high school careers as two of the most successful players in Tivy girls basketball history.