Ranger Roundup

Volleyball defeats Judson 3-0, Swimming competes in UIL Pentathalon, Cross Country competes in Lake Highlands Invite.


Davis Kuhn

Clayton Amaya kicks off the second half against El Paso Eastwood.

Sports staff

Behind Travis McCracken’s third consecutive multi-touchdown performance, football beat New Braunfels at Unicorn Stadium on Thursday, 41-24. The Rangers will enter District 27-6A’s bye week undefeated, before taking on Clemens on Oct. 8.

Cross Country went to Dallas Fort Worth for the Lake Highlands Invite. They brought home elite division team championship trophies for both boys and girls. Varsity B also won a team championship trophy in the open division.

On Friday Sept. 24, Volleyball won 3-0 against Judson at Home. At home volleyball won 3-0 to East Central on Tuesday Sep. 28.

Swimming competed in the UIL Pentathalon last Friday, Sept. 25, against almost 20 schools. Notable performances include Colin Doyle, who won Male Pentathalete with the lowest cumulative time over 5 events, and first place in the 100 meter I.M.. Vanessa Weatherford also placed first overall in the 50 meter Backstroke and 50 meter Freestyle. They will compete in the Cinco Swim on Oct. 1, against the 5 high schools in Comal ISD

After their bye this week, Tennis will play Clark at The Dominion on