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Jennings, Westwood overwhelm Leander

Will Jennings had his birthday party a day early. more

Nickdow battles adversity to lead Vista Ridge softball

That Vista Ridge senior Nicole Nickdow is batting cleanup and hitting a team-leading .529 for the district-leading Rangers is not a surprise.The fact that that Nickdow is playing softball at all after four knee operations and being told just last … more

Drew Stubbs

Drew Stubbs signed for the Round Rock Express in May, joining the Texas Rangers organization for the third time in three seasons. He won a national title with the University of Texas in 2005. more

Deshaun Watson out for season with torn ACL

Texas quarterback Deshaun Watson tore his ACL in practice on Thursday, according to multiple outlets. more

Vandegrift’s DiGesualdo caps high school career at state tournament

Vandegrift’s Sophia DiGesualdo finished her high school golf career in style.The senior, making her fourth straight appearance at the state tournament, fired rounds of 9-over 81 on Monday and 6-over 78 on Tuesday to finish tied for 39th place at … more

Vandegrift’s season opener selected to be part of inaugural Football Day in Texas

Vandegrift is one of three Austin-area games that will get some extra coverage when they kick off the football season on Sept. 1. more

East View holds off Rouse to open district play

Jake Brown knew what was going to happen before the ball was even thrown. more

Rouse sweeps College Station to advance to regional quarterfinals

GIDDINGS — Rouse was forced into a corner and came out fighting Thursday night. more

Express catcher Brett Nicholas earns third major league call-up

When Brett Nicholas was growing up, his family went to Safeco Field in Seattle to watch the Mariners play. One summer, he told his grandpa he’d leave him a ticket to watch him play there. more

UIL proposes change to Class 5A, relaxes television blackout

The UIL announced last week that it would split Class 5A football districts into separate divisions before the season started.Based on enrollment, all 5A schools will be separated into Division I and Division II before the 2018 season starts and the … more

Big second half propels Texas A&M past Louisiana-Lafayette

All Tyrel Dodson could think of was his grandma’s smile. The sophomore linebacker struggled to put into words what it felt like seeing open field ahead of him after his 40-yard pick six in the second half. more

Express hammer Chihuahuas in return to Dell Diamond

The top three batters are meant to produce runs. And much like the weather, the top of the Round Rock lineup is best described in Spanish. more

Texas State comes up just short in conference opener

Texas State needed 99 yards to force at least overtime. It got 98. The Bobcats’ forced a turnover on their own 1-yard line with under three minutes remaining and drove nearly the entire length of the field. more

Houston blows out Rice in renewed Bayou Bucket rivalry game

It’s only fitting that shortly after the city of Houston was ravaged by Hurricane Harvey, the town’s two major universities, Rice and Houston, renewed the Bayou Bucket Classic rivalry. It was … more

Cedar Park and Hutto battle for District 19-5A lead

The last two weeks have been a rollercoaster of feelings for Cedar Park. But the team has adapted, and they are still in line for a district title. more

Raiders continue building on turnaround season

One year ago, the Rouse baseball team failed to win a district game. For a program with only one winning season in school history, the Raiders’ turnaround couldn’t have been more dramatic as Rouse won its first district title this season after … more

Cedar Park native wins Great Texas 300 catamaran race

Mike Rohrer chose to spend his Father’s Day weekend out on the open seas. Rohrer, who has lived in Cedar Park with his wife Laurinda for 25 years, traveled to South Padre Island to begin the 15th running of the Great Texas 300, a five-day, … more

LISD teams submit UIL alignment numbers

Last week was snapshot day for schools across the state to submit attendance numbers for the upcoming district realignment.

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Rouse volleyball keeping focused in playoffs

Rouse volleyball team hasn’t lost a match in nearly three months and have been atop the state rankings for most of the year. more

Vista Ridge guard shows talent

Vista Ridge guard Nikki Cardano-Hillary shook off an environment-induced cold shooting start then responded with the zest and commitment that draws college scouts and coaches alike to watch the 5-foot-7 senior lead the Rangers past Westlake Friday … more
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