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Vista Ridge had just about every shot working on Tuesday night. more

Travian Holst’s 100th straight day of running ended with some hardware. 

Holst individually finished 21st overall with a time of 15:54.07, helping the Cedar Park boys’ cross country team finish in third place at the UIL state cross country meet Saturday morning at Old Settlers Park in Round Rock. 

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Drew Sanders doesn’t like to motivate his team based on the past, so looking at how Vandegrift has fared against Lake Travis in three previous meetings mean nothing. 

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Both the Cedar Park and Rouse softball teams are going back to the basics. more
The Cedar Park girls’ soccer team is starting to hit its stride. more
A brand new offensive scheme, new district rivals, and a chance to start the new season with a win for the first time since 2015, this time against a completely new opponent playing its first varsity game in school history. more
Last season’s pain might reap rewards this season for Cedar Park. more
Jacob Munoz doesn’t lack swagger and isn’t afraid to speak his mind, and as part of the most experienced group for Cedar Park this year, that will undoubtedly come in handy. more
Vista Ridge went back to basics this offseason. more
Vista Ridge is going to control the trenches. more
Brandi Mann grew up going to games with her grandfather in Wichita Falls, where most of her family went to high school. She continued to attend games even after she graduated from the rival high school. more

Cedar Ridge handily defeated Westwood in the regular season finale at Dragon Stadium 49-3 on Friday night. With both teams preparing for the postseason, the win earned Cedar Ridge the 13-6A title.

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Edgerrin Dillard-Williams has faith in his team because they’re out to prove last year wasn’t a flash in the pan. more
Whether it’s playing tic-tac-toe or rock-paper-scissors, Jaylen Ellis is always up for a competition. more
Leander defensive coordinator James Ramsey is always intense, whether he’s on a football field or eating a bowl a cereal. more
This was the first year when some high school soccer players were forced to make a tough decision. more
Leander coach Tim Smith worked for coaches in college that liked to throw the ball 50 times a game. more
Vandegrift girls’ basketball head coach Jonathan Jones knows his team can be streaky offensively, so his message at halftime was to continue focusing on the defensive end and let the offense flow from that. more
Six track athletes from four Leander ISD high schools qualified for the UIL Track & Field State Meet. more
Anthony Wood was ecstatic on Aug. 13, the first day of fall practice. more
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