Month: May 2015

Texas Water

SINCE 1948, THE CORRAL THEATRE IN DOWNTOWN WIMBERLEY has been screening Hollywood’s best movies in the open air. “A few changes have been made, but the same gentle breeze off the Blanco River and the legendary starry Wimberley sky makes time travelers of those who spend a night at the Corral,” boasts the iconic theatre’s website.

The Morning Stake: Six More to Eugene for NCAA T&F Championships

Track and Field Six More in Day Three. Congrats to the six additional athletes that will go to Oregon to compete in the NCAA championships: Kyle Thompson in the pole vault, was ranked 21st and made the top 12. Paetyn Revell in the triple jump. Le’Tristan Pledger earned her second qualification in the sprint hurdles. […]

Recruiting on the Plain: 2016 LB Brayden Stringer Player Profile

Cypress Ranch linebacker Brayden Stringer becomes the 3rd defensive commit for Texas Tech. Stringer is an inside linebacker who is a bit, yes a bit, undersized now, but projects to be an inside linebacker in college. Let’s get to it. LINEBACKER BRAYDEN STRINGER INSIDE LINEBACKER HT/WT: 6-3/200 FORTY: 4.53 HIGH SCHOOL: Cypress Ranch (Cypress, TX) […]

The Morning Stake: The Big 12 Wants to Outlaw Hostile Environments

The Big 12 wants to outlaw hostile environments? Yeah, for real. Plus, golf is set for their NCAA run and track and field sends seven to Eugene after day one of the Austin regional. Photo via Charles Henry @ Flickr. Photos Lightning Strikes. TTURed of Totally Texas Tech has some terrific shots of the sunset […]

The Morning Stake: Men’s Golf Readies for NCAA Championship; Track & Field Regional; No More Court Storming

In this morning’s stake, the men’s golf team is readying for their run at the NCAA Championships, Justin Gray freshmen highlights, track and field are also set for their NCAA Regional and no more court and/or field storming. Photo via Charles Henry @ Flickr. Golf Men Set for NCAA Championship. Well, the ladies just finished […]

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