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Raiders reflect on yo-yo seasons

Head coach Josh Mann has been up and down with Rouse.The Raiders went from freelance for their first two seasons to Class 4A — which is now 5A — in 2010, up to 6A for two seasons and back down to 5A this year, where they won six games for the … more

CPHS football seniors winningest class in program history

This class of Cedar Park seniors won — a lot. The Timberwolves graduated the winningest class in program history for the fourth straight season, having won 51 games in the past four years with two state title game appearances and one state … more

Vista Ridge guard shows talent

Vista Ridge guard Nikki Cardano-Hillary shook off an environment-induced cold shooting start then responded with the zest and commitment that draws college scouts and coaches alike to watch the 5-foot-7 senior lead the Rangers past Westlake Friday … more

Leander HS senior trio talks basketball

Leander head coach Clint Bradley knew years ago he had something special in this group of seniors. There are six seniors on the team, led by team captains Cody Bayer, Kristian Murphy and Kobe Thompson. The Lions missed out on the playoffs last … more

No. 15 Raiders top Timberwolves to earn eighth straight win

Rouse didn’t let a hostile crowd and a foreign environment get in its way Tuesday night. The No. 15 Raiders opened up an early lead and never looked back, overcoming some late turnovers and suffocating press from Cedar Park to beat the … more

Rouse begins district play on positive note

 Email: sports@hillcountrynews.comRouse began district play on a high note Tuesday night. The Raiders won their sixth straight game, beating East View 74-60 … more

Vista Ridge wins basketball tournament, hopeful for future

Hillary poured in 29 points with seven assists, 10 steals and eight rebounds as Vista Ridge (13-2) blasted Pflugerville Hendrickson (10-4) 66-51 to win the Third Annual Nancy Walling Classic basketball tournament.Vista Ridge jumped to a 15-10 … more

Vipers find 6A success

Moving up to 6A and getting placed in one of the toughest districts in the state, Vandegrift had to almost reinvent its program after having a ton of success in 5A. The Vipers finished the season in the playoffs for the fourth straight year … more

A clash of titans: Cedar Park faces Manville

Cedar Park is ready for a state final caliber matchup in the third round of the playoffs. Two undefeated teams clash this week- end when the undefeat- ed Timberwolves take on unbeaten Manvel Saturday at 2 p.m. at Kyle Field in College … more

All-district volleyball filled with LISD players

Cedar Park setter Lind- sey Ledyard capped an amazing senior season being named the District 19-5A Most Valuable Play- er while leading the Lady Timberwolves to a dis- trict co-championship and second place finish in the state … more

Historic season ends in title game for Cedar Park

If the first year of Kori Cooper’s tenure in charge of the Cedar Park volley- ball team is any indication of the future, the Lady Timberwolves are set up for a long runoff success. She helped lead them to the state tournament for the second … more

Cedar Park falls to Amarillo in state finals

Cedar Park’s shot at making even more history came up just short. Playing in the state title match for the first time in school history, the Lady Timberwolves fell to Amarillo 3-1 (13-25, 19-25, 25-14, 25-18) Saturday afternoon at the Curtis … more

Timberwolves advance, Vipers eliminated

And then there was one. Cedar Park is the only remaining LISD football team in the after a 42-20 win over Bryan Friday night at Crusader Stadium at Mary Hardin-Baylor. Vandegrift traveled to San Marcos and saw its season end with a 17-0 loss to … more

Cedar Park makes history, set for state title game

The Cedar Park volleyball team made history Friday afternoon and got some revenge in the process. The Lady Timberwolves beat Lucas Lovejoy 3-1 (25-22, 25-21, 21-25, 25-19) Friday at the Curtis Culwell Center to reach the state final for the first … more

Vista Ridge out of playoffs

After making it to the state semifinals a year ago, Vista Ridge managed to make the playoffs again this season but didn’t last very long once the postseason began. The Rangers lost a close 41-38 game in the first round of the playoffs last … more

State title march continues for Timberwolves, Vipers

As much as Cedar Park wants to avoid comparing last season when it won the state title and this season, the comparisons are unmistakable. The Timberwolves beat Willis on the road 49-14 last Friday night to push their winning streak to 27 games. … more

Field full of LISD runners at state meet

More than 20 runners represented the LISD at the State Cross Country meet Saturday at Old Settlers Park in Round Rock. The full girls’ teams from Cedar Park, Rouse and Vandegrift participated and Vista Ridge had one individual runner. Both the … more

Cedar Park just two wins from state title

Lindsay Ledyard watched as her senior sister and the Cedar Park volleyball team made it to the state tournament for the first time in school history in 2012. As a senior herself this season, she hopes to take the Lady Timberwolves one step … more

State of celebration

Cedar Park beat Rouse 3-2 (25-22, 25-19, 14-25, 17-25, 17-15) Saturday afternoon at Texas Southern University to advance to the UIL: State Tournament. The Lady Timberwolves face Lucas Lovejoy Friday at 1 p.m. in the state semifinal at the Curtis … more

Cedar Park sweeps doubleheader on Double Team Cancer Night

With a new face on the sidelines, the Cedar Park girls’ basketball team didn’t skip a beat. In Jessica Smith’s first game as head coach after the sudden resignation of longtime coach Mark Myers, the Lady Timberwolves beat Vandegrift 54-41 … more
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