Sports

Tue
01
Nov

Marble Falls headed to state in cross country

Cross country team headed to state meet

Mustangs advance to state in cross country

 

By Mark Goodson

Highlander Sports Editor

Marble Falls’ Ambrie Lizcano ran a 19:39.8 time to take eighth overall and lead the Lady Mustangs to a fourth-place team finish Saturday at the Region IV-5A cross country championships at A&M-Corpus Christi.

The team advances to the state meet in two weeks at Old Settlers Park in Round Rock.

The seven girls that ran Saturday were Lizcano, Jaden Johnson, Kim Boni, Daijah Torns, Ashley Rios, Sydney Gibson and Berkley Powell.

The District 26-5A champion Lady Mustangs scored 149 points and finished behind district rivals Boerne Champion and Dripping Springs as well as Corpus Christi Tuloso-Midway.

“It wasn’t pretty, but we got out or regional and advance,’’ Marble Falls coach Anthony Torns said.

Fri
28
Oct

Mustangs lose, 31-17, to Lockhart

By Mark Goodson

Lockhart ground out 399 yards against Marble Falls Friday night at Mustang Stadium and came away with as 31-17 victory over the Mustangs.

Lockhart rushed the ball 47 times in its slot-t offense and came up with plenty of big plays to earn its third win of the season and second in District 26-5A action. Lockhart had only one pass attempt in the game and it was nullified by penalty.

Running back Greg Rivera carried the ball just 11 times for 201 yards and scored on touchdown runs of 73 and 45 yards. The Lions almost had three backs gain 100 yards.

Austin Garcia had 17 carries for 100 yards and got the touchdown to seal the game in the fourth quarter on a 1-yard run.

The Lions scored 14 points in the fourth quarter to pull away.

Thu
27
Oct

Basketball team speeds up pace under Berkman

Mark Goodson/The Highlander

Marble Falls has five seniors on the 2016-17 girls basketball squad. They are Stefanie King, Tiffany Dunavant, Molly Myrick, Morgan Hagood and Aspen Woerner..

Marble Falls girls basketball team shows lot of energy in first workout with full team. The scrimamge at Del Valle Saturday. They are in their first year with John Berkman as the head girls' coach. Pick up Friday's Highlander to learn more about the team.

Wed
26
Oct

Marble Falls volleyball loses in three to Dripping Springs

Kathryn DeSpain is introduced with her parents before Tuesday's final game of the District 26-5A volleyball season. 

Marble Falls finished off its volleyball season Tuesday night losing in three straight to Dripping Springs.

Marble Falls had one senior on the team in Kathryn Despain. The Lady Mustangs finished 8-20 overall for the season. 

Wed
26
Oct

Marble Falls girls basketball scrimmages Saturday

Mark Goodson/The Highlander

Tiffany Dunavant returns as a candidate in the backcourt for the Lady Mustangs.  

Marble Falls girls basketball team will hold its first scrimmage Saturday with the varsity tipping off at 10 a.m. at Del Valle High School.

The Lady Mustangs have their photo day today at Max Copeland Gymnasium.

 

Tue
25
Oct

First district win pushes Fath Academy toward Brazos Christian

Cab Booth has big day for Faith Academy Flames football team and Kameron Ellenberger paces Faith Academy offense.

Faith Academy (3-4, 1-2) rolled to a 49-30 win over Texas School for the Deaf Friday night at Pony Stadium.
The Flames totaled 452 yards of offense led by running back Kameron Ellenberger’s 142 yards rushing and four touchdowns.

Cab Booth had six catches for 123 yards and scored on a pair of touchdowns.

Jarad Gastineau caught a touchdown reception from Braden McBryde.

Garrett Henderson threw two touchdowns.

“The defense has played strong for the last few weeks,’’ Faith Academy defensive coordinator Jim Richardson said.

The Flames’ defense recorded three interceptions. Preston Richardson had a pair of inteceptions and Gastineau had one.

Leading tacklers were Richardson, Dawson Jordan, Ellenberger and Isaac Oliver.

The Flames have two games remaining in TAPPS Division III, District 4 action.

Tue
25
Oct

Faith Academy prepares for Brazos Christian

Kameron Ellenberger paces Faith Academy offense.

Faith Academy (3-4, 1-2) rolled to a 49-30 win over Texas School for the Deaf Friday night at Pony Stadium.
The Flames totaled 452 yards of offense led by running back Kameron Ellenberger’s 142 yards rushing and four touchdowns.

Cab Booth had six catches for 123 yards and scored on a pair of touchdowns.

Jarad Gastineau caught a touchdown reception from Braden McBryde.

Garrett Henderson threw two touchdowns.

“The defense has played strong for the last few weeks,’’ Faith Academy defensive coordinator Jim Richardson said.

The Flames’ defense recorded three interceptions. Preston Richardson had a pair of inteceptions and Gastineau had one.

Leading tacklers were Richardson, Dawson Jordan, Ellenberger and Isaac Oliver.

The Flames have two games remaining in TAPPS Division III, District 4 action.

 

 

Mon
24
Oct

Faith Academy earns first district win

Cab Booth has big day for Faith Academy Flames football team.

By Mark Goodson

Highlander Sports Editor

Faith Academy rolled to a 49-30 win over Texas School for the Deaf Friday night at Pony Stadium.
The Flames totaled 452 yards of offense led by running back Kameron Ellenberger’s 142 yards rushing and four touchdowns.

Cab Booth had six catches for 123 yards and scored on a pair of touchdowns.

Jarad Gastineau caught a touchdown reception from Braden McBryde.

Garrett Henderson threw two touchdowns.

“The defense has played strong for the last few weeks,’’ Faith Academy defensive coordinator Jim Richardson said.

The Flames’ defense recorded three interceptions. Preston Richardson had a pair of inteceptions and Gastineau had one.

Leading tacklers were Richardson, Dawson Jordan, Ellenberger and Isaac Oliver.

The Flames are at Brazos Christian this week.

 

Sat
22
Oct

Seguin speed too much for Mustangs

Marble Falls was held to 80 yards on 30 carries Friday night.

By Mark Goodson

Marble Falls and Seguin came into their game Friday night with just three wins between them.

They had a lot of fireworks for two teams that are now both 2-5 on the season.

Seguin finished with 565 yards and Marble Falls 491 yards in the shootout at Matador Stadium.

The Matadors blew it open in the second half and finished off a 66-21 victory in District 26-5A play.

The senior duo of quarterback Mark Garcia and 6-foot-4 receiver Jay Sayles put on a showcase in the passing game.

Garcia was 18 of 21 passing for 271 yards and four touchdowns. Sayles caught nine passes for 186 yards and scored on four touchdown passes.

Junior running back Brandon Palomares threw a 60-yard halfback pass to Sayles for another score in the explosive second quarter.

In all, Seguin threw six touchdown passes in the game while the Marble Falls Mustangs had a pair of passing throws from Andrew Stripling to Brock Linder.

Fri
21
Oct

Marble Falls girls win District 26-5A in cross country

Senior Kim Boni leads Marble Falls to district title in cross country.

 The Marble Falls varsity girls won the District 26-5A title and the varsity boys finished eighth Thursday at Seguin's Starke Park.

The girls will compete at the Region 5A-IV championships Oct. 29 at Corpus Christi.

Following are the Marble Falls top finishers:

6 Kim Boni 21:01.24

8 Ambrie Lizcano 21:07.24

9 Daijah Torns 21:10.24

17 Sydney Gibson 21:55.90

18 Jaden Johnson 22:10.73

32 Berkley Powell 23:07.99

37 Allie Steward 23:26.49

Varsity boys

12 Cristian Ramirez 18:03.45

20 Devonte Torns 18:28.24

41 Ty Gibson 19:32.48

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