After Monday’s close, 3-2 loss to the Woodlands, the Vandegrift Lady Viper volleyball team ends its season by making school history by going deeper into the playoffs than any other VHS 6A volleyball team.
“We ended our season with the strongest ever playoff run for VHS volleyball in 6A, finishing Regional Quarter Finalist,” said Melissa Southall, head volleyball coach.
Annie Stadthaus had a commanding game with 28 kills and Delaney Dilfer led the team in assists on Nov. 11 at Bryan High School.
Veterans Day on Monday marked the 101st anniversary of the end of World War I.
Originally known as Armistice Day, it is a day the nation remembers what brave soldiers, airmen, sailors and coast guardsmen have gone through to keep the U.S. safe. Whether it is fighting the forces of evil or providing humanitarian aid after a disaster, the U.S. Armed Forces are what have made America so great.
Anthony Monte was feeling under the weather in each of his last two trips to the state cross country meet.
Last Saturday, he was feeling fine and running fast.
The Vandegrift senior set a new personal and school record in his third and final state cross country meet on Nov. 9 in the afternoon at Old Settlers Park in Round Rock, finishing second in the state with a time of 14:39.59.
Drew Sanders is celebrating triple digits these days. After the Vandegrift varsity football team beat Stony Point 20 – 17 at Ed W. Monroe Memorial Stadium on Nov. 8, it marked not only an undefeated season for the Vipers but also the 100th career win for head coach Sanders.
As the 10-0 Vipers go into the playoffs on Nov. 15 at home vs Cypress’ Bridgeland, Sanders reflects on what brought him to this milestone moment in a Four Points News Q&A.