Dripping Springs downs Marble Falls 38-10

The Dripping Springs Tigers Varsity Football team (3-2; 1-1) defeated the Marble Falls Mustangs (1-3-1; 0-2) 38-1 at its homecoming game on Friday, September 25. The Tigers were in desperate need for a win after losing their district opener game against Cedar Park the previous week. Tigers` corner coach Trent Vittrup was proud of the way the team performed on Friday night. “It was a … Continue reading Dripping Springs downs Marble Falls 38-10

A Tree and a House

It was called Varden Street.  But at five years old, it probably sounded more like “barden stree”.  It belonged to my mother’s grandfather, Tampa, and had been passed down through generations.  I think even the smell remained.  A fresh yet cozy warmth lingered in the woodwork.  I don’t remember much about that house, but I do remember the fairy peephole in the olive green front … Continue reading A Tree and a House

FLY campaign spreads awareness of teen dating violence and self-compassion

During the month of October, the Dating Violence Advocacy board at Dripping Spring High School will be promoting awareness of self-love and teen dating violence through their FLY campaign. FLY, First Love Yourself, was created to instill self-compassion throughout the school by involving students in activities surrounded around pride and confidence. “We wanted to advocate more than dating violence,” explained board president Insiya Aziz. “Because … Continue reading FLY campaign spreads awareness of teen dating violence and self-compassion

High school in line for a new PA system

After almost a year of being without bells or a method of making public announcements, the district is purchasing an entirely new PA system for the high school that administrators are hoping will be functional before the end of the fall semester. “Probably toward the end of October,” principal Joe Burns said. “Maybe a little longer.” Burns said the decision to purchase a new system … Continue reading High school in line for a new PA system

No. 1 Cedar Park downs Tigers 55-24

The Dripping Springs Tigers varsity football team (2-2) suffered a 55-24 loss in their district opener against the state No. 1-ranked Cedar Park Timberwolves (4-0) on Friday, September 18. The Tigers had hopes of shocking the statewide football community once again and defeating the Timberwolves for a second year in a row. Dripping Springs Offensive Coordinator, Daniel Foster, felt that the team handled the loss … Continue reading No. 1 Cedar Park downs Tigers 55-24