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Rocky start for local teams

December got off to a shaky start for the Spurs and Stars. The Spurs dropped a pair of games at home, falling 105-99 to the Greensboro Swarm on Friday and 101-93 to the Salt Lake Stars on Saturday. The pair of losses puts them at 4-4 on the … more

Cedar Park, Vandegrift tennis teams struggle at state tournament

HCN_20170525 SPORTS State tennis Of the five matches that LISD team competitor in at the State Tennis Tournament in College Station last week, there was just one victory.Vandegrift had two teams and one singles competitor at the tournament in … more

Leander drops fourth straight district game

  Email: sports@hillcountrynews.com Leander in just trying to find a way to stop the bleeding. The Lions dropped their fourth straight game Tuesday … more

Brown and Cotton highlight postseason awards

 HCN Sports schedule and results In a year that saw five local boys basketball teams make it to the playoffs, 21 LISD … more

Cedar Park rolls in rivalry game against Vandegrift

Mak Sexton threw for 350 yards and three touchdowns, Drew McDaniel caught two touchdowns and threw one, and Cedar Park dominated both sides of the ball in a 38-7 win against Vandegrift Friday night at Monroe Stadium. more

Hoppe, Rouse seniors learn from trip to state tournament

There was a time not too long ago when Haley Hoppe considered giving up soccer.But after three ACL tears and two missed seasons, the Rouse senior still came back. The Lady Raiders made it to the state tournament for the first time in school history … more

Rouse girls soccer clinches district title

 HCN Sports schedule and results Katie Kistner has seen successful teams get overconfident after massive winning streaks in … more

Hubenak, Aggies hold off Nicholls State

Jake Hubenak has been put in sticky situations before. So when his name was called in the second half of Texas A&M’s home opener on Saturday night, it was like riding a bike. more

Cedar Park's season of adversity comes to an end in the third round

 The Cedar Park baseball team battled through adversity all season and ended the year in the third round of the playoffs.The Timberwolves took Tomball to three games last weekend, losing the opener 5-2 on Thursday before winning Game 2 3-0 on … more

Adam Loewen shifts from pitcher to outfielder and back

Adam Loewen remembers the first time he picked up a bat after five years of pitching at the professional level. He struck out looking at a curveball. more

No. 15 Raiders top Timberwolves to earn eighth straight win

Rouse didn’t let a hostile crowd and a foreign environment get in its way Tuesday night. The No. 15 Raiders opened up an early lead and never looked back, overcoming some late turnovers and suffocating press from Cedar Park to beat the … more

Sexton begins senior year with title aspirations

Mak Sexton picks up an 80-pound log and runs around the cross country track at Cedar Park. He calls it a ‘yancy’ workout and it’s just one of things the Timberwolves do to build chemistry and get stronger. more

Cedar Park shines at state golf tournament; Rouse makes first state appearance

Getting a state medal hasn’t gotten old to Cedar Park golf coach Cary Williams. The … more

Smith: First week not death blow for season

It’s the phrase no child wants to hear their parents say, ‘I’m not mad, I’m disappointed.’ more

Texans come out flat in loss to Jaguars

HOUSTON — For all the hype and emotion J.J. Watt built up inside NRG Stadium before kickoff, it didn’t take long for all the air to be let out of the building. more

Smith leads Stars past Heat in shootout

 HCN Sports schedule and results Every time the Stockton Heat asked a question, Gemel Smith had an answer.Smith scored the … more

Jason Grennier tabbed as new Cedar Park cross country coach

Jason Grennier didn’t want to pay rent when he was living at home after high school, so he decided to coach track with his dad. Grennier was named the new Cedar Park cross country coach earlier this month and hopes to take an already established … more

Vista Ridge falls to Dripping Springs 47-21

A high-flying Dripping Springs offense overwhelmed Vista Ridge in the Rangers' home opener on Friday, with the the Rangers falling 42-21 at Gupton Stadium. Tigers starting quarterback Trevor … more

Rangers prep for postseason with father-son bonding

Vista Ridge spent their week between the regular season and the playoffs with a little father-son bonding. The Rangers’ players and their dads met in the seventh annual father-son game last week. Despite some help from the coaches, who were … more

Vandegrift achieves best defense to date

Vandegrift head coach Drew Saunders had to go back to the drawing board on the defensive side of the ball following the 2014 season. Despite going 12-3 and making it to the state semifinals that season, it was the offense that led the way, … more
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