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Opinion: Random musings

The second half of the 1980's projected the growth of the district that has slowly gained. The 85-86 school year was the final year of being in 2A again and moved up to 3A. The new school site was completed and moved into that year as well. Dripping Springs struggled a little after moving up in classification until the numbers put them in the middle. There was also a name change as girl athletes became known as the Lady Tigers rather than the Tigerettes.

Student athletes earn academic All-State honors

The Texas High School Coaches Association announced its 2020 academic all-state teams for spring sports. In the sports of soccer, baseball, softball, tennis, golf, and track, 30 senior Tigers participating in spring sports were honored. To qualify for all-state recognition, seniors must have an overall gradepoint average of 93 or higher and be in good standing with his or her team. There are four levels of distinction: Elite, First Team, Second Team, and Honorable Mention.

Four senior athletes sign National Letter of Intent

Four Dripping Springs High School seniors have signed national letters of intent to continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level. They are: Track athlete Christopher Cohen, lacrosse player Logan Crank, soccer player Elizabeth Jones, and cheerleaders Miracle Gray and Hayden Shields. Combined with studentathletes in the Class of 2020 who had signed on National Signing Days held earlier this school year, 27 seniors have now committed to continuing their playing careers at the collegiate level.


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