Video: State Ranked Varsity Boys Basketball Remains Unbeaten in District

For the first time in Head Coach Craig Swannack’s time at the helm, the varsity boys basketball team (16-4, 4-0 District 25-5A) appears on the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches (TABC) state rankings. Ranked 16th overall, the Tigers are just above LBJ who they beat 63-55 at home in their first district matchup. After defeating…

Varsity Boys Basketball Welcomes Fresh Faces

A playoff run cut short in 2017 left only three remaining players on the roster from that years campaign available for this years campaign. The Dripping Springs High School men’s basketball team has trained harder than ever while also developing players from the junior varsity and freshman levels.       Head Coach Craig Swannack’s team…

Swim Team Wins in Georgetown

photo by Blakely Gibbs Last weekend, 50 swimmers competed in a two day meet in Georgetown, taking first place. 1st place – Girls 200 medley relay: Bella Sites, Lydia Evans, Riley Dalton, & Addison Simmons 2nd place – Boys 200 medley relay: Quinn Mauck, Sean Kelly, Nikita Smith, & Danny Henry 1st place – 200…

The Paw Print – December 2018 Issue

The Paw Print December 2018 issue is available here at Issuu.com or on your Issuu app. Also, hard copies are located outside the front office, by the library and room B210.

Swim Team Back in the Pool

photos by Blakely Gibbs, Savannah Karas, Alana Bruni    The swim team had a handful of talented seniors leave last year, providing new opportunities for incoming team members. With spots to fill on the relay teams, especially, the Tigers encounter new challenges in the pool. “The seniors last year were a big part of the…

The Paw Print – November 2018 Issue

The Paw Print November 2018 issue is available here at Issuu.com or on your Issuu app. Also, hard copies are located outside the front office, by the library and room B210.

Varsity football does its job against LBJ

The varsity football team pulled through the game against LBJ with a 52-35 score, demonstrating dominance and the effort it takes to play tougher opponents. “It’s not just about you making the play. It’s about you doing your job,” head football coach Galen Zimmerman said. “Once we get used to the speed of the game,…

Cross country teams qualify for regionals

photo by Gracie Johnson The boys cross country team finished 3rd and the girls won the district championships at Decker Lake on October 12. They encountered new district runners and a new course.  The team ultimately dominated these unknowns. “Each meet is interesting, because it presents its own different challenges,” Assistant Coach Travis Crain said. In…