Dawgs dispose of Brackettville
Thorndale logs first playoff win since 2006
SAN ANTONIO— One of Thorndale’s many goals for each game is to create at least three turnovers.
Friday night, they went above-and-beyond the call of duty.
Taking advantage of four interceptions and four fumbles, the Bulldogs busted Brackettville 54-22 at venerable Alamo Stadium in a bi-district matchup for their first playoff victory since 2006. Full Story
After dominating the first half, a scoreless second half dooms Tigers
KILLEEN—Rockdale’s bi-district meeting with Lorena Friday night was a perfect microcosm of the Tigers’ 2012 season.
It had its ups. It had its downs. Full Story
Lady Tigers aim for more success
Cagers coming off first winning season in six years
Before the Rockdale Lady Tigers could even step on the court, injuries spread through the roster like a plague, trying to put a damper on the excitement that surrounds the resurgent program.
All three returning starters were ailing. Full Story
2012 season was one of paradox and frustration
The Rockdale Tigers just completed a paradox of a season, where they had to fight and claw to get into the playoffs, however, now that they lost a game they felt like they should have won, it’s a disappointment. Full Story
Lady Dogs look to dominate after return to Class A ranks
Thorndale starts season ranked at No. 2 in state poll
THORNDALE—Moving up a classification didn’t stop the Lady Dogs’ ability to make the post-season the last two seasons and head coach Bradley Dickerson truly believes his team will be in the playoffs yet again. Thorndale has made 10 straight post-season appearances. Full Story
Lady Eagles hoping for success with yet another new coach
MHS grad Steinbecker fifth coach in last six seasons
MIL A NO—Milano’s L ady Eagles basketball team is just trying to find some consistency as it begins this season with its fifth coach in the last six seasons.
This time, Milano will go with someone who has a bit of history with the school. Catrina Steinbecker, a 1988 MHS graduate, is the new head coach and hopes to build up the program. Full Story
Milano’s Guthrie is MVP
Lady Dog players take offensive, defensive top spots
Milano senior Stonie Guthrie was named the District 16A most valuable volleyball player, after leading the Lady Eagles to the regional quarterfinals this season.
Thorndale seniors Heather Butterworth and Tamicka Cook were the district’s offensive and defensive MVPs, respectively. Full Story
Milano 52, Rosebud Lott 28
MILANO (1-0)—Jacob Willingham 16, Toby Sanders 14, Dominique Messer 14, Efrain Flores 4, Jonathon Reyes 2, Rhett Endsley 2.
ROSEBUD-LOTT (0-1)— Peel 4, Roberson 2, Johnson 8, Buhl 3, Willberg 1, Weaver 8, Hernandez 2 Milano 14 16 9 12—52 RosebudLott 62119—38 Full Story
RYBA meeting Tuesday at Rockdale General
There will be a Rockdale Youth Baseball Association board meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 27, at Rockdale General Store. Anyone interested in joining the RYBA board is invited to attend. Full Story