Ranger Roundup

Check out this weeks results from track, softball and baseball.


Daniel Grant

After a rollercoaster of a season, baseball heads into playoffs.


The boys and girls track teams not only dominated the 400 meter events at region on April 27-29, but the girls won the region title while boys came in runner-up.

Jazmyn Singh (56.51) became the girls regional champion in the 400 meter while Freddie Dubose placed first at (49.97) in the boys 400 m with Arthur Breault trailing .08 seconds in second. Kevin Uduji took third place.

In the 4x400 relays, the girls team of Mia Perez, Alyssa Jones, Singh and Favour Uduji placed first with 3:50.70, and the boys team of Dubose, Breault, Elijah Hudson and Jalen Davis claimed the region title with 3:22.27.

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Boys 4×400 relay became regional champs at last weeks meet. They are headed to state


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Girls 4×400 relay also became regional champs last week and are headed to state.
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Alyssa Jones dominated at last weeks meet. She became the regional champ of the 200 and in long jump. She was also named express news athlete of the week.
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Jaxson Manyard threw a new PR at this past meet and became second in discus.

In long jump, region champion Jones leaped to a 19-02.00 and her way to a San Antonio Express-News athlete of the week. She also set a new personal record and beat her previous school record in the 200m with a time of 23.78

The 4×200 meter relay (Jacquelyn Rolle, Favour Uduji, Jatorie Mobley, and Alyssa Jones) became the regional champs with a time of 1:39.27.

In the field events, Jaxson Maynard finished second in discus and collected a new PR of 172-01.00 while pole vault athlete Ella Pickron finished second.


Softball became bi-district champions last Saturday, winning with a 6-3 walk-off against Glenn. At the bottom of the seventh inning, softball was down 3-2 when freshman Zoey Allison hit a grand slam, scoring four runs. 

The team will advance to round two this week, playing Southside on May 4th at home at 7 p.m. The second game will follow on May 5 at Southside at 7 p.m. and, if necessary, a tiebreaker on May 6 at home at 2 p.m. To read more about the showdown of a game you can find it here


Baseball swept Pieper last week, Tuesday 6-0 and Friday 12-1. On Tuesday, Zach Gingrich, David De Hoyos, Bryce Wells, Ethan Carney, Parker Moeller, and Aiden Kalapaca all scored one run of their own. MJ Espinoza pitched 5 innings with six outs and four walks. Gingrich pitched two innings with one out. 

On Friday, they honored the seniors and took Pieper off their feet with a 12-1 win. Scoring was Seve Martinez (2), Zach Gingrich, David De Hoyos (2), Cooper Burgess, Parker Moeller (3), Jackson Harris and Mason Birch. Gingrich pitched 1.1 of an inning with 2 outs, Jackson Elizondo pitched 2.2 of an inning and had 5 outs and one walk. Maverick Minister pitched one inning with two outs. Friday’s game ended early due to a storm. 

Baseball will continue as they head into the playoffs.