Lockhart High School senior Olivia Smith closed out her cross country season with a 27th place finish on Saturday at the Region IV Cross Country Championships in San Antonio. The 5,000-meter race included 173 runners from eight districts in a region that spans from north Austin down to the Valley. Smith’s race did not start […]
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By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER An evenly matched first quarter defensive battle turned ugly on Friday night as the Lions were outgunned by the district-leading Alamo Heights Mules in San Antonio. Although the Lions were able to keep up with the home team at first, moving through the first quarter scoreless, and holding Heights to […]
Temperatures in the upper 40s and a stiff north wind greeted the cross country runners at Lockhart City Park on Saturday morning. The Lady Lion Cross Country team placed fourth at the District 27-4A Championships, scoring 88 points behind third-place finisher Alamo Heights, who had 73 points. Boerne Champion won the varsity girls race with […]
By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER Despite a strong, fast start by the Lions under the Friday Night Lights at Bob Shelton Stadium last week, the powerful Hays Rebel squad proved to be too much for Lockhart, who fell 56-6 in the brutal, physical contest. The Lions opened scoring on the night, when Lion sophomore Curtis […]
The Lockhart Boys Cross Country team traveled to Fayetteville, Ark., this weekend where they ran in the Chile Pepper Invitational held at the University of Arkansas. Lockhart won the “Open division” title with a team score of just 43 points. Forty-four teams competed in the race that featured 581 competitors. The win marked the fourth […]
As the second round of District play winds down, the Lady Lions split victories in the Hays CISD last week, winning in five over Lehman and falling in three to Hays. The Lady Lions had a long night in Kyle on Oct. 9, going five games against the Lehman Lady Lobos, and finally picking up […]
In what was touted as an evenly-matched District game, the Lions looked to increase their season record to 4-1, while the Buffs had hoped to pick up their first win on the season. At the end of the night, though it was the Lions who emerged victorious, delighting a home crowd with a 36-14 win – the Lions’ first District win in more than two years.
The Lockhart Boys Varsity Cross Country Team swept the top five places to win the Shiner Comanche Cross Country Meet on Saturday, Oct. 6, with a perfect score of 15 points in the 4A and 5A large school division. This impressive win was without three of the Lions top seven runners who were in San […]
By Kathi Bliss Editor/POST-REGISTER In an effort to quell the destruction brought on by the ever-growing population of feral hogs in Caldwell and Hays Counties, the Texas AgriLife Extension Service has recently taken steps to introduce a program that will offer residents not only relief from the hogs, but rewards for their efforts. To […]
Before Friday night, the most the Lions had scored in any given game appears to be 69 points, which the Lions scored in a 1945 shutout of the Luling Eagles.