Sports

Wed
20
Jul

Lady Bulldogs pair selected honorable mention state picks

BY MARK GOODSON/ HIGHLAND LAKES NEWSPAPERS
 

Ashley Hallmark, a four-year starter for the Lady Bulldogs, closed her career with the recent selection to the Texas High School Coaches Assocation all-state softball team.

Hallmark and fellow outfielder Lexey Parker were both honorable mention choices. Senior pitcher Makenzie Carpenter was a second-team choice.

In all, the coaches selected first team, second team, third team and honorable mention.

Hallmark batted .423 with 30 hits in 71 at bats for the season. She drove in 12 runs and stole 10 bases. Hallmark will play college softball for Angelina College in Lufkin.

Angelina College won the softball junior college national championship in 2014.

Parker, an incoming senior, had a solid junior season with a .361 batting average on 30 hits in 83 at bats. Parker stole 15 bases and carried a .952 fieleding average for the Lady Dawgs.

Wed
13
Jul

Results for Class 4A softball

CLASS 4A

Coach of the Year: Arthur Behrend, La Grange

Player of the Year: Missy Zoch, La Grange

FIRST TEAM

Pitcher: Missy Zoch, La Grange; Casey Kauder, Caldwell; Reagan Richardson, North Lamar

Catcher: Megan Crosby, Needville

First base: Amber Loehr, La Grange

Second base: Briana Angel, La Grange

Third base: Kurstin Martin, Liberty

Shortstop: Blake-Ann Fritsch, La Grange

Outfield: Khadija Oritola, Pleasant Grove; Rachel Miller, Rusk; Casey Ramey, Needville

Utility/DP: Ali Saldivar, Princeton

 

SECOND TEAM

Pitcher: Makenzie Carpenter, Burnet; Kaitlyn Slack, Liberty; Madison Haltom, Pleasant Grove

Catcher: Kursten Bergene, Ranchview

First base: Samantha Barnett, Liberty Hill

Second base: Kylie Matula, Needville

Third base: Maycee Koontz, Bushland

Shortstop: Malory Schattle, Salado

Wed
13
Jul

Burnet 7-on-7 team edged late by Mineral Wells

BY MARK GOODSON/HIGHLAND LAKES NEWSPAPERS

 

Burnet’s 12th trip to the state 7-on-7 football championships finished with the Bulldogs showing improvement, but they came up short with a first round loss in the Division II  championship bracket at College Station.

Mineral Wells knocked off the Bulldogs, 27-20, in their first game in the championship bracket. Mineral Wells scored on its last possession to pull off the win to end Burnet’s run.

Burnet had led 20-13 at halftime.

“On our last drive we weren’t able to punch it in a and they came back with less than a minute to go to win,’’ coach Earl Foster said.

Quarterback Koby Edwards led the team to the Bulldogs 12 trip in the last 14 years to the 7-on-7 event.

Some of the top receivers for the Bulldogs were Steven Gallardo, Sterling Galban, Drew Kiser and Tyler Ford.

Wed
13
Jul

Burnet to compete in tough Class 4A district

BY MARK GOODSON/HIGHLAND LAKES NEWSPAPERS

 

Burnet will compete in one of the toughest Class 4A districts this season with four teams that played an additional 16 playoff games last season.

District 13-4A, Division I includes defending state champion Waco La Vega that returns its quarterback Jamal Williams, 6-6 tight end Kedrick James, speedy running back Kemoche Hobbs and solid linebacker Jared Rogers.

La Vega was 16-0 last season.

The district is the same as last season with the addition of Liberty Hill and the departure of Waco Robinson.

Liberty Hill (10-3 last season) eliminated the Bulldogs in the first round of the playoffs a year ago.

Jerry Vance’s team returns a solid defense with some veterans in defensive end Carter Ware, linebacker Andy Becker and end Kendall Badon.

 

District 13-4A, Division I

Burnet Bulldogs

8-26 – Austin Reagan             7:30 p.m.

Wed
13
Jul

Manzano has kick at end, but finishes fourth

BY MARK GOODSON/HIGHLAND LAKES NEWSPAPERS

 

Leo Manzano’s bid for his third straight Olympics in the 1,500 meters ended Sunday in Eugene, Oregon.

With 100 meters to go, Manzano went for his patented kick but just as he got shoulder-to-shoulder with Ben Blakenship for third place Manzano was not able to keep up with Blakenship’s extra effort. Manzano finished in fourth place with a time of 3:36.62 in the Olympic Trails.

The pride of Granite Shoals and Marble Falls ran a time that was a second and a half off what he ran four years ago when he took the silver medal in London.

This year’s top three qualifiers for a trip to Rio de Janeiro are Matthew Centrowitz of the Nike Oregon Project, Robby Andrews of Adidas and Blankenship of Nike OTC. Centrowitz ran a 3:34.09

Manzano was in seventh place at the 700 meter mark, but made up three spots.

Wed
13
Jul

Burnet Little League

Burnet Little League 8U Girls Coach Pitch, The Knockouts are State bound.  They will be playing in the State Tournament July 18th-22nd in Corsicana.  First girls coach pitch team in Burnet to make it to state. Coaches are Sammy Burton, Nick Robles and Kurtis Maxwell. Front Row: Halle Maxwell, Olivia Robles, Addie Holtzclaw, Logan Smallwood. Back Row: Halle Murray, Lauryn Hocker, Carlee Williams, McKenzie Evans, Brady Burton, Marin Jarvis, and Karlee Wyatt. Not pictured - Peyton Allen, Journey Denton, and Lanee McCurry.

Wed
25
May

Camps set to keep kids active

BY WAYNE CRAIG/BURNET BULLETIN

 

With just two days left in the 2016 school year many parents may be wondering what am I going to do to keep my kids busy, active, and out of the house. Well, several of the Burnet High School programs have an answer for you with summer camps that start up as early as next week. The following is a listing of some of those camps and their costs but you can get more information and sign-up forms on the BCISD website under the Athletics department. You can also call the BHS athletic field house at 512-756-4501.

Football

Wed
25
May

Schubert to take over Lady Dawg program

BY WAYNE CRAIG/BURNET BULLETIN

The Burnet CISD has officially hired David Schubert as the new Girls Athletic Coordinator and Head Girls Basketball coach. Many in the area are familiar with Coach Schubert, who spent last year leading the Lady Mustangs in Marble Falls. Before that he spent much of his time as an Athletic Coordinator in northeast Texas. His most impressive records come from his coaching days at Wortham where his teams were 48-12, and in Chapel Hill where his teams were 53-17.

“Coach Schubert is a man of high integrity and moral character with a tireless work ethic,” said Burnet Athletic Director Kurt Jones.

“He is very energetic and has a strong desire to take our girls athletic program to new heights,” added Jones.

Coach Schubert’s wife has also been employed by BCISD as a teacher at fifth grade. They have three children, two sons and a daughter and they are excited about their transition to Burnet.

Wed
11
May

Dawgs unable to earn bi-district win

BY WAYNE CRAIG/BURNET BULLETIN

 

There is no doubt that Navarro was a tough bi-district draw for the Burnet Bulldog baseball team. The Panthers entered the first round of the playoffs with a 24-2 overall record and according to a May 5 THSBCA poll they were ranked No.7 in the state. Some polls have them higher but all show them somewhere in the top 10.

A best-of-three, home-and-home series was decided and on Friday night the Bulldog hit the road to Navarro. Burnet posted no runs in their first at bat but the Panthers didn’t waste any time getting on the board scoring four in the bottom of the opener. Their points came on a two-run double followed by a two RBI single.

The Dawgs offensive troubles continued and Navarro built an 8-0 lead before Burnet was able to get on the board in the top of the fifth.

Wed
11
May

Pups play well in opening matches

BY WAYNE CRAIG/BURNET BULLETIN

 

The BMS tennis team opened their 2016 schedule in Llano on Saturday, April 30. They followed those matches up with more play on the courts in Lampasas on Saturday, May 7.

Coach Tammy Hullum has been pleased with what she has seen from her athletes so far.

“The players represented Burnet well,” said Hullum.

At the Llano meet Burnet faced players from three other towns including Liberty Hill, Llano, and Johnson City.

The seventh-grade girls’ team received a first and second place medal, with Haley McHam earning the gold over teammate Kyli Davis.

McHam reached the finals with wins over Pletcher of Johnson City and Coleman of Liberty Hill.

Davis reached the finals with wins over Hargrove and Lively, both from Liberty Hill.

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