It was a fast and furious type week for the Dripping Springs Lady Tigers volleyball team. But it always is. They opened with a doubleheader victory over Leander Rouse and Round Rock Westwood before packing their bags and heading to Pearland to compete in the 58-team John Turner Classic.
After taking an extra week to finish all the makeup games, the adult leagues concluded a very competitive season of spirited play. Like almost every season, most likely if it was played over, the results would be entirely different. End of the Season tourneys will conclude the season until the Spring league returns in March.
The Dripping Springs Lion Club will host its 28th Annual Charity Golf Tournament on Saturday, Oct. 5, at Quicksand Golf Course at Woodcreek. The four-golfer team Florida Scramble format tournament will offer special prizes for the top-two finishes, plus door prizes. The shotgun-start tee time is scheduled at 8:30 a.m., and the tournament is open to the public. Lunch will be served after the tournament.
The nation’s No. 3 goal scorer was recognized by the Missouri Athletic Club (MAC) last week, as senior forward Kaylee Davis was placed on the 2019 Hermann Trophy Watch List.
There are few breaks in the athletic circle any more. Summer does not bring any breaks for kids and sports. Even though one cannot require workouts it is understood you had better be there for your sport or else. The long hot summer is not anywhere near being over but high school sport seasons have officially begun. Three of the four sports find ...