Sports

Fri
08
Jan

Lady Stangs fall to Dripping Springs

Mark Goodson/The Highlander -- Reann Hall makes her way down the lane against Dripping Springs on Tuesday, as the Lady Tigers defeated the Lady Mustangs, 58-41, to dip Marble Falls to 0-4 in district play.

By Mark Goodson

Highlander Sports Editor

A big second quarter by Dripping Springs proved to be the difference in Tuesday’s District 25-5A 51-48 defeat over the Marble Falls Lady Mustangs.

Dripping Springs defense and the Lady Tigers sharp passing were the difference.

Marble Falls found itself in a 29-12 hole at halftime and were unable to get any closer than 17 points down the stretch in the 58-41 district loss.

Marble Falls (12-11, 0-4) will hit the road Friday against the Georgetown Lady Eagles.

Fri
08
Jan

Mustang Soccer Schedule - 2016

Mustangs headed to varsity tournament in Hays.

Marble Falls Mustang soccer

Th/Fr/Sat Jan. 7-9  -- Hays Tournament varsity only

Tuesday, Jan. 12 -- Shoemaker 5 p.m., 7 p.m.

Friday, Jan 15 -- Austin Lanier 4:30 p.m. JV Gold only

Th/Fr/Sat Jan, 14-16 -- Killeen Tournament varsity only

Tuesday, Jan. 19 -- at Westwood 5 p.m., 6:30 p.m. No varsity

Th/Fr/Sat Jan. 21-23 -- JV & JVB Austin Tourn Away No varsity

Fri
08
Jan

Lady Flames improve to 19-5

By Mark Goodson

Highlander Sports Editor

Faith Academy will be looking for reach the 20-win plateau Friday night when the Lady Flames travel to Concordia for a TAPPS Class 3A district contest.

The Lady Flames (19-5) won three of four games in last week’s Burnet holiday tournament, beating Class 6A Austin Akins, 4A Lampasas and 4A Burnet. The only loss in the public school tournament was to 4A Wimberley.

On Tuesday, the Lady Flames demolished San Antonio St. Anthony 56-25.

Fri
08
Jan

On the court

Mark Goodson/The Highlander -- Lyndsi Woods drippings upcourt for the junior varsity team during this week's action on the hardwoods.

Fri
08
Jan

Mustangs show effort in fourth quarter

By Mark Goodson

Highlander Sports Editor

Marble Falls woke up in the fourth quarter, but it was too late in a 65-53 loss to Dripping Springs on the road Tuesday night.

The Mustangs put together a stretch where they scored 17 points in a three-minute span to cut the final margin.

Josh Mosley, Ethan Riley and Andrew Stripling combined for 23 points in the fourth quarter.

Thu
12
Nov

Bank supports girls' basketball program

American Bank of Texas senior vice president J.Don McAlpin presented a check of $2,000 to the Marble Falls girsl' basketball program on Thursday. American Bank of Texas is the title sponsor of the Marble Falls annual girls tournament. The tournament begins Thursday, Nov. 19 at Max Copeland Gymnasium. Coach of the Lady Mustangs is David Schubert.

 

Thu
12
Nov

Bank supports girls' basketball program

Mark Goodson/The Highlander
Marble Falls girls' basketball program received a $2,000 check from American Bank of Texas senior vice president J. Don Mclpin on Thursday.

American Bank of Texas senior vice president J.Don McAlpin presented a check of $2,000 to the Marble Falls girsl' basketball program on Thursday. American Bank of Texas is the title sponsor of the Marble Falls annual girls tournament. The tournament begins Thursday, Nov. 19 at Max Copeland Gymnasium. Coach of the Lady Mustangs is David Schubert.

 

Sat
07
Nov

Marble Falls defeats East View, 27-9

Mark Goodson/The Highlander
Marble Falls defeated East View, 27-9, Friday night.

By Mark Goodson

Highlander Sports Editor

Marble Falls junior running back Dalton Mayberry rushed for a career-high 161 yards and scored two touchdowns rushing and the Mustangs defense had several big plays led by senior lineman Alex Roman and junior linebacker Heath Dooley to soundly defeat Georgetown East View Friday in Georgetown.

Marble Falls finished the season with a 3-7 record. It was the final game for 18 seniors.

For complete coverage, please read Tuesday's HIghlander. 

Fri
06
Nov

Marble Falls closes at East View

Mark Goodson/The Highlander
Marble Falls defenders Ethan Reed, Heath Dooley and Daniel Sparks apply pressure on Vandegrift.

By Mark Goodson

Highlander Sports Editor

Marble Falls will close its 2015 football season at Georgetown East View on Friday night.

For complete coverage, please read Tuesday's Highlander.

Fri
23
Oct

Mustangs don't come close against No. 1 Wolves

By Mark Goodson

Highlander Sports Editor

Cedar Park needed just eight snaps from scrimmage to take control of Friday's clash with Marble Falls.

Playing solid field position, the Timberwolves jumped to an early three-touchdown lead and went on to coast to a 51-3 District 25-5A victory over Marble Falls at Mustang Stadium.

Cedar Park wa led by running back Tyler Lavine, who rushed for 87 ayrds n seven carries and scored three touchdowns.

Marble Falls (2-6, 0-5) was no match for the Class 5A No. 1 state-ranked Timberwolves.

Cedar Park is 8-0 on the season and 5-0 in district play.

For complete coverage, please read Tuesday's Highander.

 

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