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Valley Ventana

The student news site of Smithson Valley High School in Spring Branch, Texas

Valley Ventana

The student news site of Smithson Valley High School in Spring Branch, Texas

Valley Ventana

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Volleyball ends its 28-16 run against Liberty Hill in playoffs.

Football

Football won against Buda Hays 47-10. 

The defense once again had a high turnover game with three interceptions, two of which were returned for a touchdown. They also returned a blocked puntfor a touchdown. 

On offense, the Rangers dominated in the running game with three rushing touchdownss – two from junior Brad Sowersbey and one from junior Cade Spradling. The offense had one touchdown from a pass to junior Brody Day. 

The Rangers’ next game will be away against Seguin this Friday at 7 p.m.

 

Volleyball

Volleyball lost 0-3 against Liberty Hill in the first round of the playoffs, ending their season. Sophia Fuentes led the team with 20 assists, Brittan Fedyk led the team in digs with 18 and Macie Mathis led the team with 14 Kills. Savanna Leonard and Mckenna Lyles both had two blocks each. They ended their season with a 28-16 record.

 

Cross country

Advancing to State for the girls 5A 5k is junior Mia Perez. Perez placed 7th with a time of 19:10:63. This Friday at 8:30 a.m. Perez will compete at Old Settler’s Park in Round Rock.

 

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