Girl’s Soccer Looks to Make it Back to State

As football leaves the stadium, soccer takes its place. The Lady Tiger soccer program has started off the year with an intense off-season program and has seen the team numbers almost double with incoming freshman. “Well there’s a lot of good girls that came in this year, especially the freshman class, but also like all over with returning varsity players and new seniors and the … Continue reading Girl’s Soccer Looks to Make it Back to State

Freestyling Through the Season: An Inside Look Into Swim

Starting off small, the Tiger Swim Team has grown over the years into not only a district championship contender, but a contender for a State Championship as well. “It’s gotten bigger throughout the years which is good because more and more people like it and everyone treats each other nice it’s kind of like a family,” said four year varsity swimmer Danny Henry. Currently this … Continue reading Freestyling Through the Season: An Inside Look Into Swim

Bringing People Together: Inside the Making of Run by the Creek

It’s 7:30 am on a chilly Sunday morning in Dripping Springs and, normally quiet, Creek Road is flooding with People. As dawn approaches more crowd around, stretching pacing to warm up. They are runners and walkers ready to get after it and have a good time. The Run By The Creek is fast and fun 5k and 10k on 195 Roger Hanks Parkway. It is … Continue reading Bringing People Together: Inside the Making of Run by the Creek

Road to Success: Division One Athletes Discuss the Path They Took

For most athletes, the dream of competing for their favorite college team’s starts at a young age. Whether its playing rec league or practicing in the front yard, the will to be great is there. Natural talent is a factor for most, but every college-level athlete has worked and put in countless hours to achieve their childhood dreams. On Nov. 13, Dripping Springs High School … Continue reading Road to Success: Division One Athletes Discuss the Path They Took