Pop, Lock, & Pin: Hi-Steppers, Cheer, Wrestling Make New Sport

*originally appearing in satirical April 1 edition For the fall of 2020 the high school is introducing an entirely new sport called “Spin & Pin”  that involves aspects from cheerleading, high stepping, and wrestling to create a whole new meaning of dance battle. “I honestly am excited about this,” future player Smashington Brosif said. “I like the more physical aspect about this sport and being … Continue reading Pop, Lock, & Pin: Hi-Steppers, Cheer, Wrestling Make New Sport

Make Way For The King: Football Gets New Field, Other Teams At Expense

*originally appearing in satirical April 1 edition On March 6 the football staff for the Tigers requested a new two million dollar bond for a new practice field. Offensive Coordinator Hugo Smolhaarms and Defensive-Line Coach Skip D’Leggdeigh were the two envelope-pushers for the new practice field, as they feared for their health. “I absolutely need a new field,” Smolhaarms said, “I built these calves up … Continue reading Make Way For The King: Football Gets New Field, Other Teams At Expense

Gophers Up On the Green: Golfers Terrorized by Rodents

*originally appearing in satirical April 1 edition With the golf season starting up, our home course Grey Rock Golf Club has been terrorized by hundreds of gophers who are stealing golf balls and tearing up greens. This has caused the team to have to try their best to avoid being a victim of the mischievous vermin.  “The team has been falling behind because of the … Continue reading Gophers Up On the Green: Golfers Terrorized by Rodents

Where's the Goat? Travis Crain Still Missing

*originally appearing in satirical April 1 edition With the crazy start this school year we are all wondering the same thing, what happened to Coach Travis Crain. It was almost as if he disappeared, one day he was here and contributing to our everyday lives, then the next moment poof, he’s lost and gone. How did it happen? Where did he go? Why has this … Continue reading Where's the Goat? Travis Crain Still Missing

Behind the Voice: Q & A With Chris Austin

Chris Austin may be a familiar name to some of you. He has been the play-by-play broadcast announcer for years now for Dripping Springs High School athletics. He has covered all sports ranging from basketball to baseball and even lacrosse. However, despite being an accomplished broadcaster, Austin has a more defining trait. Austin is a pitcher and lead-off hitter for the Cleveland Indian’s Fantasy Camp … Continue reading Behind the Voice: Q & A With Chris Austin

Process of Committing: Trace Young on College Basketball

Trace Young is one of the more reputable faces within the Central Texas basketball landscape. He has played with and against players such as Will Baker, KJ Adams, and Max Smith, all of which are going to or are already going to Division One schools for basketball. This time it was Trace’s turn. On February 10th, 2020 Trace Young announced his long-waited commitment to Colorado … Continue reading Process of Committing: Trace Young on College Basketball

Keeping Pace with the Track Team

Looking back on last year’s track season, having multiple athletes compete at the state level, this track season is all about building off of past accomplishments according to Track Coach Marisa Tuzzi.  “I’m really excited. I think coming off of last year’s track season we’re doing nothing but building momentum,” Tuzzi said. “We had an unprecedented number of kids go to the state meet.  So … Continue reading Keeping Pace with the Track Team