Ranger Roundup

Check out this week’s results from girls soccer, softball, baseball, track, golf and tennis


SV Girls Soccer

Girls soccer took on Beorne Champion for the third time March 31 beating the Chargers 8-2.

Julissa Vargas and Emilie Ramirez

Girls soccer

For the regional quarterfinals and third round of playoffs, girls soccer took down Boerne Champion for the third time this past Friday 8-2.

Goals were scored by Sabrina Taber (2), Arianna Monnin, Callaghan McGuire, Raelyn Hinojosa, Morgan Heintz, Wrilyn Shippey and Jasmin Dominguez. 

They will play this Friday in the regional semifinals at Brownsville Sports Park against McAllen Memorial at 1 p.m.



Softball had eight hits against Seguin but lost 3-4 on Tuesday. Zoey Allison started the scoring with a homerun in the second inning. However, by the end of the third, Seguin racked up four runs. In the next inning, Arianne Capek doubled on a line drive to center field to send Tatum Layton and Bianca Shoquist across the plate.

A Madeline Haun sacrifice fly sent Abby Brand across the plate in the third inning as the first score of softball’s 4-3 win over Tivy March 31. The next inning, Zoey Allison scored as Bianca Orona hit a single sending Abby Brand to second and Capek to third. Tivy took the lead 3-2 in the top of the sixth, but Smithson Valley answered when C Gonzalez scored on a passed ball. In the seventh, Norton ended the game where it all started – with a sacrifice fly to send Brand home.

With 11 hits and 10 runs, softball took down Pieper 10-1 on their own field March 28. Brand led all hitters with three hits and two runs. Hahn pitched the whole game with five hits, one run and 15 strikeouts.

The Wagner game scheduled for April 6 was postponed because of inclement weather. The game was rescheduled to 11 a.m. at Marion (varsity only).



On Tuesday, varsity headed to Veterans Memorial and won 5-0. Senior Jackson Elizondo picked up the win in six innings pitched with 11 strike outs and four walks.  Senior Zach Gingrich scored his seventh homerun of the season, and Steve Martinez added an extra for measure.

Baseball  defeated New Braunfels 12-11 at home on Saturday. Braxten Allison pitched two innings with three strikeouts and one way to get the win. Gingrich nailed another dinger – his sixth on the season.

On Friday, baseball suffered a 6-3 loss to Wagner at home. Gingrich pitched one inning with three runs, one strikeout and one walk.


At the Don Shelton Relays, varsity boys were the meet champions and varsity girls placed second overall. Junior varsity boys and girls each placed second overall.

For Texas Relays results from last week, read the story here



Golf has recently gone to districts while the boys team places first place, and girls place 2nd overall.

Individually, Aiden Page won the district title with Ryan Griff picking up the silver medal. Gavin Sykes also advances to region as a medalist.

Sophomore Sayers Allen became a  back to back district champion and helped lead the girls team to its region tournament bid. Haley Ferro, Maddie Lawless, Caroline Garcia and Emma Harer will compete as a team at region.



Varsity tennis took first placed overall in district for the men’s team on March 30 and will head to regionals in Corpus Christi next week. 

Individually, Rowan Olsen took first and Jude Bruce placed first and second respectively in men’s singles. Kolter Smedley and Josh Miller earned silver in men’s doubles. Barrett Spaar and Electra Hart placed third in mixed doubles with Trieste Percivalle and Reagan Anderson finished fourth.

Junior varsity athletes placed in their meet on March 30:

First – Jacob Tewksbury, boys singles

Third – Colton Kadlacek, boys singles

Second – Aaron Ling and Jack Greve, boys doubles

Third – Kyle Dear and Santiago Acosta, boys doubles

Third – Victoria M and Pierce Warnock, mixed doubles

Thirsd – Jay De Young and Ryder Garcia, freshman boys doubles