The Boerne High School girls snagged the last 4A spot up for grabs and finished fourth with 147 points behind regional champ Bandera (62), second place La Feria (132) and Devine (146).
Boerne High continues district play Friday when the Greyhound football team makes the two-hour road trip to face Beeville Jones on Friday.
After an 0-2 start to district play, Boerne Champion has responded with two straight 55-point performances to even their record in 14-5A II at 2-2 (4-3 overall). The Chargers hope
Comfort High is looking to bounce back from its first district loss last week suffered at the hands of its archrival Blanco. The Bobcats are 1-1 in 13-3A II (3-4
Both the Boerne Champion and Boerne High tennis teams continued playoff action this week. The season came to an end for the Chargers in the third round, while the Hounds
Boerne High’s district match with Wimberley on Tuesday at Greyhound Gym to close out the regular season had no bearing on the district standings, but Lady Hounds coach Tisha Pettibon
Comfort High competed at the Region IV-3A regional cross country meet held Monday in Corpus Christi and had at least one Bobcat qualify for state, while the Deer posted a
The Geneva School of Boerne volleyball team will open their playoffs Tuesday Oct. 30 at home when they host Northland Christian, 6 p.m. in Boerne. The Eagles wrapped up a
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