Column: Clemson, Alabama Rivalry Goes Beyond the Field

Over the past few years, there have been two obvious powers in the college football world. We all know who they are, and what the results have been. Both are 55-4 in the past four years. Both have four conference championships in that span; and each have two national championships in that span as well….

Bright Future for Cricket Club

Trying to turn a club into a competitive sport takes a special personality with dedication and a vision. That is the case for founder Qasim Aziz, and the rest of the players. The club is fairly new, but Aziz has a lot of plans for the club for the future. Trying to turn a club…

Men’s Volleyball on Long Journey

Zach Steiner is a part of the Men’s Volleyball team, who have worked hard to become a relevant athletic team at the school. Steiner enjoys his time with the program, and mentions the things he delights in most. “We get to show up to tournaments and impress people that think we’re just a little piece…

Boys Basketball Seeking Breakout Season

In a poll produced in the Austin-American Statesman in late 2018, the boys’ varsity basketball team was given low expectations heading into their fist season in a new district. The team felt disrespected by the article, and have used it as motivation since. Junior guard Hayden Shields said “We looked at those standings, and we…

Austin, meet the MLS

Austin, live music capital of the world, will be adding a new source of entertainment to the already diverse, “weird” city. Major League Soccer or better known as the MLS has announced an expansion bid to the capital of Texas. “Austin FC” is to join as the 27th team in 2021. There are many positives…

Swimmers Move on to State

The following individuals qualified for state: Danny Henry in the 500 and 200 freestyle, London Farris in the 100 butterfly and 200 freestyle, Steven LaFlamme in the 100 butterfly and 100 back, Lydia Evans in the 500 freestyle and 100 breast stroke.The girls 200 medley relay, girls 400 freestyle relay and boys 400 freestyle relay…

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…