Sports

Thu
02
Feb

Dooley signs with Midwestern State

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Heath Dooley and immediate family members pose at his signing on Wednesday. Teh fieldhouse was fillled with family, coaches and frieds of Dooley. 

By Mark Goodson

Highlander Sports Editor

Heath Dooley, a three-year- starter at linebacker for the Mustangs, will carry his talents to Wichita Falls where he will play for Midwestern State University of the Lone Star Conference. Dooley signed on Wednesday's National Signing date.

Dooley was the only Mustang to sign on the first day of signing.

Dooley will play only football at Midwestern State. 

He will be a member of  the Mustangs baseball team this spring. He'll play first base and pitch for the Mustangs.

The Marble Falls fieldhouse was fillled with family, friends and teammates on Wednesday.

 

Thu
02
Feb

Crockett-LBJ face off Tuesday

Marble Falls Senior Night will be Tuesday against Dripping Springs.

The Marble Falls Lady Mustangs are currently in second place in District 26-5A and would face the no. 3 seed in District 25-5A in the bi-district round of the girls playoffs. The four teams fro District 25-5A will be No. 1 Austin High, LBJ and Crockett are scdond and third and play each other Tuesday, Lanier will be the No. 4 seed. Kerrville Tivy, Marble Falls, Seguin and Dripping Springs will be the 26-5A representatives.

Wed
01
Feb

Big crowd fills the Max

Colt Elementary students work on basketball drills during halftime.

Tuesday night's battled between Marble Falls and Seguin was one of the bigger crowds in recent memory at Max Copeland Gym.

Part of the crowd included 150 Colt Elementary students.

The number of seats available are 1,434. The home side has 749 seats and the visitor's side 685 seats

There weren't that many empty seats Tuesday on Pack the Max night.

The Mustangs next home game is Tuesday, Feb. 7 against Dripping Springs.

The Lady Mustangs have clinched a playoff berth.

Wed
01
Feb

Lady Mustangs hold down second place

Aubree Adams had huge game agaisnt Seguin.

By Mark Goodson

Highlander Sports Editor

The Marble Falls Lady Mustangs just had to make it interesting.

Senior Aspen Woerner scored on an inside shot with 1:15 left for the key two points in the team’s 45-39 victory over Seguin Tuesday before a near fullhouse at Max Copeland Gym.

The victory helps solidify second place for the moment for the Lady Mustangs, who are 22-9 overall and 10-2 in District 26-5A. Seguin, which has key games with Tivy and Boerne Champion left, and Dripping Springs, have clinched playoff berths.

In all likelihood Tivy will win the district, Marble Falls earns second and Seguin and Dripping Sprigs will claim the final two spots from the district.

Marble Falls is on the road at Lockhart Friday and a win secures at least second.

To earn the top spot, Marble Falls must beat Lockart and Dripping Springs and have Tivy lose twice.

Tivy has Seguin and Lockhart left on its schedule.

Tue
31
Jan

Lady Mustangs host Seguin tonight

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McKenzie Dill signals a play against the Lady Mustangs in Friday's showdown at Tivy. Marble Falls girls play Seguin tonight in a battle of team's jockeying for playoff position.

By Mark Goodson

Highlander Sports Editor

Friday night’s battle in Kerrville was supposed to be a battle with the winner clinching the playoffs with three games left to play. It was a lopsided battle.

The Kerrville Tivy Lady Antlers delivered a few shots to the belly Friday night and came away with a big 55-41 victory over the Lady Mustangs at Tivy High School.

No. 10 state-ranked Tivy now stands in the drivers’ seat to win the District 26-5A crown.

The Lady Mustangs were hoping to take that spot, but now Marble Falls is jockeying for playoff position.

Despite the loss, the Lady Mustangs also clinched with Boerne Champion losing to Dripping Springs on Friday.

The Lady Mustangs are in the playoffs for the first time since 2010-2011.

The four playoff teams from District 26-5A will likely be Tivy, Marble Falls, Seguin and Dripping Springs.

Wed
25
Jan

Lady Mustangs close in on playoff berth

Aubree Adams has been a solid scorer, rebounder and ball handler for the Lady Stangs.

By Mark Goodson

Highlander Sports Editor

The Marble Falls girls’ basketball team will face off with Kerrville Tivy Friday for sole possession of the District 26-5A lead.

Both teams come into the game with 9-1 district marks while Seguin and Dripping Springs hold down third and fourth place, respectively.

Marble Falls’ 57-47 win over Boerne Champion on Tuesday night on the road knocked Boerne Champion into fifth place, a game back of one of the four playoff spots.

Boerne Champion is 5-5 in district and must win out to keep any type of playoff hopes alive.

The winner of the Marble Falls-Kerrville Tivy game will clinch a playoff spot and will be the favorite to win the district title.

The Lady Mustangs face three playoff contenders among their final four games.

Wed
25
Jan

Faith Academy competes at regional swim meet

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Averi Wukasch practices the breaststroke during practice on Tuesday. The Lady Flames are coached by Krystal Lunsford.

By Mark Goodson

Highlander Sports Editor

The Faith Academy swim team will be competing in the TAPPS regional meet ni San Antonio Wednesday.

The Lady Flames will have five swimmers competing in 12 events, includign two relays.

The competitors are Averi Wukasch, Paige Wukasch, Abby Jordan, Ashlyn Wilson and Deanna Crawford.

Averi Wukasch, a senior, wil compete in the 100 backstroke, the 200 freestyle and and the medley and 200 free style relays.

Follow the Lady Flames in the Highlander.

Sat
21
Jan

Mustangs snap losing streak in boys basketball

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Keegan Deering had a big game to lift Marble Falls to a victory over Medina Valley on Friday night.

 

By Mark Goodson

Highlander Sports Editor

Marble Falls scored a 53-39 victory over Medina Valley on Friday night for the Mustangs first win in District 26-5A this season.

Keegan Deering had a solid start with a steal and a pair of 3-pointers early to help spark the Mustangs to a double digit lead early.

Deering scored 10 of his game high 21 points in the first half.

Marble Falls (10-15, 1-6) will have a pair of home games this week against district leader Boerne Champion and Kerrville Tivy.

In other games Friday night, Alamo Heights beat Kerrville Tivy, 41-21, Seguin edged Dripping Springs, 47-44, and Boerne Champion beat Lockhart.

The Marble Falls girls blasted Medina Valley at Max Copeland Gymnasium Friday night, 69-27, to push Marble Falls to 20-8 and 8-1.

Wed
18
Jan

Lady Mustangs roll in San Antonio

Aspen Woerner scored 11 points in Lady Stangs' win over Alamo Heights. Marble Falls and Kerrville Tivy are tied for the District 26-5A lead with 7-1 records. Tivy is ranked No. 13 in the state. 

The Lady Mustangs remain tied for the District 26-5A lead with Kerrville Tivy after both teams won their games on Tuesday night.

Marble Falls will be going after its 20th win of the season on Friday night when the Lady Mustangs play host to the Medina Valley Lady Panthers at Max Copeland Gym.

Marble Falls beat Alamo Heights, 52-32, on Tuesday in San Antonio to improve to 19-8 overall and 7-1 in district.

Mya McMillian scored 20 points and Aspen Woerner added 11 to provide the scoring punch.

Kerrville Tivy improved to 24-4 overall and 7-1 with a 39-32 win over Dripping Springs on Tuesday.

Marble Falls and Tivy will meet Jan. 27 at Kerrville.

Follow the Lady Mustangs in The Highlander.

Wed
18
Jan

Mustangs fade in second half against Alamo Heights

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Andrew Stripling loses congtrol of the basketball on a drive to the goal against Alamo Heights.

By Mark Goodson

Highlander Sports Editor

Alamo Heights made nine 3-pointers and post player Evan Carcanagues had a pair of dunk shots to lift the Mules to a 66-40 victory over the Marble Falls Mustangs Tuesday at Max Copeland Gymnasium.

Marble Falls was in striking distance at halftime after Andrew Stripling hit an 18-footer at the second quarter buzzer in the District 26-5A contest.

Marble Falls trailed, 33-22 coming out of the locker room, but the San Antonio school took control with Brandon Johnson scoring six points in a 17-6 third quarter run.

The lead ballooned to 45-24 after Johnson hit a deep jumper from the left corner.

Marble Falls trailed, 52-26, just a minute into the fourth quarter after and inside shot from Andrew Reichert. Marble Falls substituted for all five players on the court at the time and played the rest of the game with backups.

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