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Glenn falls in first ever team postseason appearance

ELGIN — Glenn made its first team playoff appearance in the volleyball this season. Even though it was a short stint in the postseason, the experience was invaluable. more

Pleasant Grove upsets 2-time champ West Orange-Stark

ARLINGTON -- On the first play from scrimmage TJ Cole found a hole in the defense, caught a pass over the middle, and sprinted untouched toward the end zone. Seventy-five yards later he leaned into the end zone like a sprinter finishing the 100 meter dash, and Texarkana Pleasant Grove was well on its way to the first state championship in program history. more

Four LISD girls' basketball teams advance to area round

Four LISD girls’ basketball teams are moving on to the area round of the playoffs. 

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Rouse boys' basketball wins first district title

Add a boys’ basketball banner to the wall in the Rouse gym. more

Highland Park upsets Manvel in Friday night slugfest

ARLINGTON — It was one for the ages. Friday night’s Class 5A Division I state football championship game between defending champion Highland Park and former 6A power Manvel was a heavyweight … more

Morin scores in OT to lift Stars over Griffins

Travis Morin didn’t do what he wanted to do on his first breakaway. His second try was more successful. more

American Outlaws help capture passionate soccer atmosphere in Austin area

Josh Babetski stood silently in the back of Haymaker, waiting for the perfect time to burst into action.Early in the second half of the U.S. Men’s National Soccer Team’s game against Martinique last week, when Omar Gonzalez scored a header to … more

Rouse holds onto top spot in volleyball poll

Rouse held onto its top spot in the Texas Girls Coaches Association Class 5A volleyball poll for another week after sweeps of Georgetown and East View. Cedar Park is at No. 16 in this … more

College Station surprises Aledo to win first state title

When College Station opened its doors six years ago, the Steve Huff and the Cougars’ coaching staff went to Aledo and wanted to model their football after the dynasty the Bearcats have built. Saturday afternoon, the process came to fruition. more

Army snags Armed Forces Bowl victory

The Aztecs of San Diego State brought the heavy artillery to Saturday’s Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl, but it was the ground forces of the Army Golden Knights and a courageous decision to go for a two-point conversion instead of a tie that allowed Army to capture a thrilling 42-35 come-from-behind victory. 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. Years later, in 2016, Nicholas made his major league debut … more

Lake Travis comes up short against Allen in state title game

Lake Travis played Saturday’s season finale as if the first 14 seconds never happened, battling back from a 21-point deficit and the loss of starting quarterback Matthew Baldwin to take a lead late, but ultimately fell to Allen 35-33. more

Rouse junior Gabriel Wood prepping for state title swim

Gabriel Wood was poised for a triumphant comeback one year after missing out on a chance at a state title by the slimmest of margins. more

Ten Cedar Park swimmers competing for state title

Dominic Toledo Sanchez was a busy man on Friday afternoon and his schedule won’t get any lighter on Saturday. more

Dave Greeley speaks to Austin's MLS supporters

Dave Greeley spoke passionately to a room full of excited soccer fans, while more than 1,000 miles away, another group could only read and watch in disbelief. more

Cedar Park girls' advance to regional quarterfinals

And then there was one. more

Vista Ridge senior overcomes illness to qualify for consolation final

Vista Ridge senior Ethan Gogulski was up against a lot more than 23 other swimmers at the Swimming & Diving State Meet prelims on Friday night. more

Vandegrift swim team not intimidated by big stage

The biggest stage in high school swimming wasn’t too big for a young Vandegrift team. more

Fired in 2009, football coach Mike Leach still rages at Texas Tech and Texas law

Washington State University football coach Mike Leach was preparing for a game against the University of Colorado two weeks ago when another foe leapt into his mind. more

Stars fall to Rampage in OT, Morin records 500th AHL point

Rocco Grimaldi's wrist shot stymied a comeback effort on Wednesday night as the San Antonio Rampage knocked off the Texas Stars 5-4 in overtime on Wednesday night at HEB Center at Cedar Park.

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