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As volleyball season has now ended Taylor Senior Lady Duck volleyball star and 4A Region IV District 27 Defensive Player of the Year Paige Levy is putting together her Senior scrapbook. Levy stopped by the paper on Tuesday to acquire sports articles from the season.

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Sammy Herrera and Clayton Allen each scored 11 points to pace a balanced scoring attack and led the Thrall Tigers (1-2) to an 80-22 win over the McDade Bulldogs (3-1) Tuesday night.

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After a close heartbreaking loss by the JV squad, 49-48 the Taylor Ducks boys’ varsity squad to the court in dominating fashion against East View Tuesday morning, winning 73-41.

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After finishing 1-1 on day 1 of the Crockett Tournament the Lady Ducks basketball team continued the trend over the next two days of the tournament.

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The Granger Lions season continues to roll on as they crushed the Bruni Badgers, 55-15 in Friday night’s second round playoff game in Pearsall.

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As volleyball season has now ended Taylor Senior Lady Duck volleyball star and 4A Region IV District 27 Defensive Player of the Year Paige Levy is putting together her Senior scrapbook. Levy stopped by the paper on Tuesday to acquire sports articles from the season.

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The Taylor Lady Ducks basketball team spent the end of this past week in action at a tournament in Crockett. After day one the Lady Ducks were 1-1 defeating McCallum in the first game and then falling to Hondo in the second match on Thursday, November 21.

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Five Taylor student athletes signed their Letter of Intent this past Wednesday, November 13 at the high school gym. Those athletes were Alyssa Rios, Dushon Orr, Katie Henson, Ashlynn Collier and Avery Tumey.

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On Sunday November 17 the JV and Varsity Ducks and their families will travel to Cowboys Stadium in Arlington to play in the Red Zone Games. Each team will play four 15-20-minute games against teams from Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, and New Mexico.

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The Taylor Lady Ducks volleyball team capped off their regular season Friday October 29, falling at home against Liberty Hill in three straight sets. 9-25; 21-25; 18-25. They finish the regular season 24-17 overall and 6-4 in district play earning a respectable third place finish in district.

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Just over 72 hours removed from a 5-set loss that forced a playoff seeding match, the Thrall Tigerettes Granger Lady Lions took to the court again Tuesday in Milano to settle the second and third place playoff seedings.  While Saturday’s match was exciting to the last point, Tuesday’s rematc…

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The Taylor Ducks fell on the gridiron once again this time to district leader Lampasas in their worst loss of the season Friday night, 56-0. The chill of fall settled in on the pond as the Ducks took the field. Their record now stands at 0-8 overall and 0-3 in district play.

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The Thrall Tigerettes had beaten the Granger Lady Lions fourteen consecutive times, prior to Saturday’s contest. In five very competitive sets Granger came out the victors 21-25; 27-25; 11-25; 25-23; 15-13. With the exception of Thorndale and Milano, no other school in the district has defea…

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Hutto got back to their dominating winning ways after falling last week to Cedar Park with a big win against the Pflugerville Panthers, 54-7 on Homecoming.

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Friday night the Thrall Tigers shutdown and shutout the Rosebud-Lott Cougars 48-0 and improved to 6-3 overall and 3-2 in district.  With the game secured early Thrall took the time to put in players who haven’t gotten a lot of playing time.

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Michael Neal Reichenbach better known as “Mickey” grew up to be an athlete. A Taylor native. he was  a member of the Taylor Ducks 1971 Baseball State Runner-Up and 1972 Baseball State Championship teams. But some may not know that he accomplished more once he got to college at the University…

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The Taylor Lady Ducks volleyball team locked a playoff berth Tuesday night with 3-0 sweep at home against Lampasas. 25-11; 25-23; 25-11.

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It was a case of too much power Tuesday night as the Thrall Tigerettes (29-11 overall, 11-2 District) rolled to their fourth straight district win, besting Holland’s Lady Hornets 25-11, 25-11, 25-10.

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The 2019 season for the Taylor Ducks football team suffered their eighth straight defeat Friday night at the hands of the Fredericksburg Billies 35-10. The loss drops Taylor’s record to 0-7 overall and 0-2 in 4A-1 Region IV District 14 play.

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Now that the fall weather is beginning to set in basketball season is coming up for the Taylor boys basketball team.

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Matchups such as this one are always intensely entertaining. Friday night at Gupton Stadium in Cedar Park the “Black Rain” defense of the #10 Timberwolves went toe-to-toe against #6 Hutto. The game came down to the closing two minutes with Cedar Park coming away with the victory 20-16.

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Coming off a home conference victory against Iola last week, the Granger Lions were unable to take down the Bremond Tigers Friday night on the road, losing 49-14 dropping the Lions to 5-3 on the season and 1-1 in the conference. The Bremond Tigers ran for 416 yards, led by RB JT Anthony’s 31…

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Braeden West led a trio of 100-yard rushers as the Thrall Tigers (5-3; 2-2 District 13-2A) all but clinched a playoff spot Friday night with a 44-33 win over the Marlin Bulldogs. Thrall finished the night with 435 yards on the ground with West, Colter Hill, and Tyreke Irvin all surpassing th…

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The Lady Ducks volleyball team gained some ground Tuesday night bouncing back after two tough district losses to take down Eastside Memorial in three straight sets 25-3; 25-11; 25-9.

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The Thrall Tigerettes proved to be too much for the Bartlett Lassies Tuesday night.  The Tigerettes (27-10 overall, 9-2 District 25-2A) easily topped the Lassies 25-8, 25-11, 25-17.

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In Tuesday evening’s away game against the Buckholts Lady Badgers, the Granger Lady Lions powered their way to victory by serving 29 aces over 4 sets (25-11, 17-25, 25-12, and 25-23) this is the most for Granger since their August 9 game against Manor New Tech. The win puts them at 22-8 for …

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As the temperatures dropped Friday night, the Ducks losing streak rose and now stands, dating back to last season, at seven games. The Ducks were unable to hang with district powerhouse leader Canyon Lake falling 41-7 at the Duck Pond. At 0-6 (0-1) Taylor’s hopes of a playoff berth continue …

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