Players, coaches, and even parents got their first Monday of August kicked off in the right direction as Devine Warhorse football hit the field for the start of two-a-day practices. Continue reading “Warhorse football takes the field”
Like many athletic programs throughout the nation, whether they be high school, collegiate, or professional, navigating through a pandemic has been and will continue to be challenging. Continue reading “Devine summer strength and conditioning program comes to temporary halt”
Longtime Devine Warhorse baseball coach George Villa will lead Team Liberty in the High School Seniors Celebration game July 2 Continue reading “Head Warhorse baseball coach George Villa to lead SAABCA All-Star team; senior Dalton Kramer also makes squad”
One would be hard-pressed to find many better mascot names than the Warhorses, Rattlers, or Flying Chanclas. Continue reading “Connor Schmidt to play in Texas Collegiate League; Former Warhorse joins Flying Chanclas”
The Arabians bounced back after a 0-11 loss to Fredericksburg on Tuesday to beat Jourdanton 9-4 Friday night at home. Continue reading “Arabians beat Jourdanton 9-4”
In the South Texas Slug Fest, the Warhorses went 2-2 after three days of games. Continue reading “Warhorses participate in the South Texas Slug Fest”
All four levels of the Warhorse and Arabian track teams competed in Navarro last Thursday at the Panther Relays. Continue reading “Arabians and Warhorses compete in Panther Relays”
The Warhorses and Arabians Tennis Team competed in Brackenridge this past weekend and came home with some top honors including Tournament Champion for Brooke Runyan!
Continue reading “Team tennis compete in Brackenridge; Runyan takes gold”
Jourdanton hosted its annual tournament last Tuesday at Pleasanton Golf Course. The Arabians shot a 474 to finish in sole possession of fourth place. Senior Paige Williamson led the charge with a 107.
Sydney Weyel and Gracie Ricord each shot a 120 while newcomer Lillian Steele posted a 127.
First place team-honors went to Carrizo Springs who shot a 399 while second place Pleasanton swung 401 times. Uvalde finished one stroke behind the Eagles with a 402.
The weather and Cedar Creek course Antonio was good to the varsity Warhorse golf team last week in San Antonio. Devine placed second as a team shooting a season-low 356. Senior Brandon Flues led the way once again posting an 84.
Brian Schaefer shot an 85 while Bryce Winkler finished his best round of the season with a 93. Denton Zuercher was not too far behind with a 94. Cutter Howard shot a 117.
By Jerel Beaty
After a week of traveling to Bandera on Tuesday and the Los Fresno’s Tournament Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, the Arabians finished their week 3-3 and ready to do it all again. Continue reading “Arabian softball goes 3-3 for week”