Ranger Roundup

Girls soccer defeats Westlake; boys basketball falls to Wagner

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Davis Kuhn

Evan Hingleton dribbles around a defender during a matchup against Harlan on Nov 30.

Sports staff

¬†On Jan 25, boys soccer defeated Wagner 4-0. On Jan 20, the game against Lake Travis was canceled. Soccer’s next game is scheduled for Jan 28, at 7:15.

Girls soccer won their district opener against Wagner 10-0 last night, and will compete against New Braunfels on Jan 28. They beat Westlake on Jan 21.

Swim will be competing at their district championship on Jan 29, with the top 6 performers advancing to the regional championships on Feb 6. The top 2 performers from this meet will advance to the state championship in Mid February.

Girls basketball lost to Wagner on Tuesday, 68-49, despite another big performance from Gabby Elliott (13 points, 15 rebounds, 3 assists, 3 blocks). The Ranger would likely have to finish the season 4-0 to make the playoffs, a stretch that will begin Friday at New Braunfels.

Boys basketball lost to Wagner on Tuesday, 66-56, but made history in the process. With a euro-step layup, Zayden High (32 points, 17 rebounds) eclipsed the career 1,000-point mark. The Rangers will look to get back on track on Friday against New Braunfels.