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It’s been a tradition at Cedar Park for nearly a decade to be practicing on Thanksgiving. more
Vandegrift has hit a second-round wall in its first two seasons in Class 6A. more
Hanna Wheeler was scrimmaging at a showcase when she made a pass fake and felt a pop in her knee. more
Tim Smith resigned as head football coach and athletic coordinator at Leander following the Lions’ football season earlier this month. more
After starting as a quarterback, Davis Beal was asked to add long snapping to his repertoire because the motion is the same as throwing it over the top. more
You’d be hard pressed to find a better series across the state than Round Rock against top-ranked Cypress Ranch in the regional quarterfinals. The Dragons and Mustangs went the full three … more
Glenn and Cedar Ridge each finished atop the district standings in their respective classifications, and the top starting pitcher from each team took home the top district honors as well. more
With a Vista Ridge teammate on each of the wings, Japreece Dean got the ball at the top of the key and sank a game-winning shot to help the Lady Rangers beat Georgetown during the regular season on the way to the state semifinals her senior year. more
Vandegrift needed a win, and Matt Klassen gave them a gem. more
Early in the season, Glenn head baseball coach Zac Darling was pushing puzzle pieces around looking for the right combination.  more
For one incredible inning Tuesday night, Rouse couldn't miss. more
Before the football camps even open, trudging along on the scolding hot asphalt in front of Leander High School, director Robert Selaiden instructs more than 300 kids to march around from dot to dot. more
Kris Price walked into Leander High School the same day he was to be introduced as the next head football coach and was encouraged by what he saw. more
Rouse has been a perennial playoff team the last few years, so when the preseason polls predicted that streak to end this year, the Lady Raiders proved them wrong. more
Even if Nolan Mylet was given a red light sometime early in the fourth quarter, he was going to run right through it. more
Matt Sanders didn’t look like much like a football player the first time he stepped on the Vandegrift campus. more
Ethan Moore was at the heart of a culture change at Rouse. The Raiders’ quarterback remembers during his freshman year when they were settling for little victories. more
This has already been an important month for Vandegrift swimmer Kevin Hammer, and he’s hoping it getting even more exciting.  more
The playoff jitters were evident early on, but it didn’t take freshman Rileigh Harris and Glenn long to settle in. more
Josh Baker and Ethan Kieke have been playing basketball together since the second grade and helped the Cedar Park boys’ basketball reach the regional quarterfinals this season. more
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