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Saturday, October 10th, 2009

Rebels win, Lobos lose to start District 17-4A

The Hays Rebels began the District 17-4A season with their first win of the year Friday night, while a Lehman loss Friday means the Lobos are still looking for their first district win after 20 tries. Meanwhile, Wimberley solidified its position in District 8-3A, Dripping Springs lost for the fifth straight time and San Marcos Baptist Academy...

Friday, October 9th, 2009

Rattlers need Friday night win

The San Marcos Rattlers enter Friday night's home game against Kerrville Tivy needing a win to maintain a realistic shot at the high school football playoffs. In addition, Wimberley will try to grow its lead in District...

Friday, October 9th, 2009

Hays CISD teams start district from different directons

The two Hays CISD football teams each open their District 17-4A seasons Friday night, each coming from a different direction and each surprisingly situated. Lehman enters the district season 4-1 for the first time ever, while the...

Saturday, October 3rd, 2009

Rattlers fall to 0-2 in District 27-4A

The high school football season took a bad turn Friday night for the San Marcos Rattlers, who fell to 0-2 in District 27-4A and already face a steep climb to the playoffs.

Saturday, October 3rd, 2009

Wimberley in first, Dripping Springs in last

Early in the district season, Wimberley is all alone on top of its district, while Dripping Springs is at the bottom of its district after Friday night's high school football games.

Friday, October 2nd, 2009

Fighting illness, Rattlers go to Canyon

A wave of illness has swept through San Marcos High School at quite an inopportune time, just as the Rattlers face a pretty serious football moment Friday night at New Braunfels Canyon.

Friday, October 2nd, 2009

SMA shoots to stay unbeaten

San Marcos Baptist Academy will try raising its high school football record to 5-0 Friday night, while Wimberley will try to tack on another win in District 8-3A and Dripping Springs will try to snap a three-game...

Saturday, September 26th, 2009

Rebels fall for fifth straight time, 28-14 at Lamar Consolidated

In a highly unusual twist, the Hays Rebels lost their fifth straight game Saturday, falling, 28-14, at Lamar Consolidated. The Rebels will try to right themselves for the District 17-4A season, which begins on Oct. 9 with...

Saturday, September 26th, 2009

Rattlers match effort, but not talent, in loss to Steele

The San Marcos Rattlers played hard for 48 minutes in their District 27-4A high school football opener Friday night against Cibolo Steele at Bobcat Stadium, but they had no answer for playmakers Malcom Brown and Corey Hill....

Saturday, September 26th, 2009

Lehman falls in bid for fifth straight win

The Lehman Lobos missed their chance to go 5-0 by a point Friday night, losing to Gonzales, 23-22, at Bob Shelton Stadium. But the Wimberley Texans started their District 8-3A season with a key win against Burnet.

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