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VYPE Films Poll Of The Week: VYPE Austin Public School Softball Player of the Year

The 2019 UIL softball season has wrapped up, so it's time to host the VYPE Austin Public School Softball Player of the Year poll. Vote for the area's top players until July 11th at 7 p.m.


<a href="https://poll.fm/10357600">VYPE FILMS POLL: VYPE Austin Public School Softball Player of the Year (Closes Thurs. 7/11 at 7pm)</a>


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Looking to get more involved? Check out ShopVYPE for fresh gear that supports local schools and the VYPE U Ambassador Program. To sign up for the VYPE U Program, apply at VYPEU.com.

Austin/San Antonio Teams Use State 7on7 To Get Ready For Upcoming Football Season

Last week, Austin and San Antonio area high schools sent 7on7 teams to the midsummer state competition. Check out how area teams faired and who earned a championship.

Division I

Lake Travis Cavaliers

Pool F Record: 3-0 (Beat Beaumont West Brook 48-47, Beat Cedar Hill 49-47 and Beat Clear Springs 35-25)

Pool F Finish: First Place

Tournament Record: 1-1 (Beat Austin LBJ 35-22 and Lost to Cy-Fair 37-33)

Event Finish: Texas State 7on7 Division I Championship Bracket Second Round

Hutto Hippos

Pool D Record: 3-0 (Beat Clear Brook 32-12, Beat Southlake Carroll 25-24 and Beat Port Neches-Groves 14-13)

Pool D Finish: First Place

Tournament Record: 0-1 (Lost to Midlothian 28-19)

Event Finish: Texas State 7on7 Division I Championship Bracket First Round

Westlake Chaparrals

Pool M Record: 3-0 (Beat Mission Veterans Memorial 46-27, Beat Frisco 53-26 and Beat Richmond Foster 53-27)

Pool M Finish: First Place

Tournament Record: 0-1 (Lost to Arlington Lamar 40-26)

Event Finish: Texas State 7on7 Division I Championship Bracket First Round

Austin Anderson Trojans

Pool B Record: 2-1 (Beat Arlington Bowie 31-13, Beat Klein Cain 40-26 and Lost to Lufkin 33-19)

Pool B Finish: Second Place

Tournament Record: 0-1 (Lost to Rockwall 48-47)

Event Finish: Texas State 7on7 Division I Championship Bracket First Round

Cedar Park Vista Ridge Rangers

Pool I Record: 2-1 (Lost to Denton Guyer 48-28, Beat Aldine Eisenhower 38-20 and Beat Dickinson 39-33)

Pool I Finish: Second Place

Tournament Record: 0-1 (Lost to A&M; Consolidated 48-20)

Event Finish: Texas State 7on7 Division I Championship Bracket First Round

Helotes O'Connor Panthers

Pool K Record: 2-1 (Lost to Montgomery 42-39, Beat Waco Midway 33-20 and Beat Frisco Lone Star 33-21)

Pool K Finish: First Place

Tournament Record: 0-1 (Lost to Flower Mound Marcus 46-40)

Event Finish: Texas State 7on7 Division I Championship Bracket First Round

Austin LBJ Jaguars

Pool N Record: 2-1 (Beat Wichita Falls Rider 26-18, Beat Coppell 43-26 and Lost to Katy 38-12)

Pool N Finish: Second Place

Tournament Record: 0-1 (Lost to Lake Travis 35-22)

Event Finish: Texas State 7on7 Division I Championship Bracket First Round

Round Rock Dragons

Pool H Record: 2-1 (Beat Mission 47-39, Lost to DeSoto 48-26 and Beat Cypress Falls 40-37)

Pool H Finish: Third Place

Tournament Record: 4-1 (Beat San Angelo Central 48-38, Beat Richardson Pearce 40-27, Beat Richmond Foster 27-14, Beat Bridgeland 40-33 and Lost to Mesquite Horn 54-53)

Event Finish: Texas State 7on7 Division I Consolation Bracket Runner-Up

San Antonio Brandeis Broncos

Pool E Record: 0-3 (Lost to Belton 40-33, Lost to Arlington Lamar 35-25 and Lost to Cy-Fair 25-6)

Pool E Finish: Fourth Place

Tournament Record: 0-1 (Lost to Mission Veterans Memorial 40-34)

Event Finish: Texas State 7on7 Division I Consolation Bracket First Round

Other Notables

Poth Pirates: 2-1 Pool C record; Won Texas State 7on7 Division III Championship Bracket

Comfort Bobcats: 2-1 Pool E record; Advanced to Texas State 7on7 Division III Championship Bracket Quarterfinal

Jourdanton Indians: 3-0 Pool F record; Advanced to Texas State 7on7 Division II Championship Bracket Second Round

Wimberley Texans: 1-2 Pool G record; Advanced to Texas State 7on7 Division II Championship Bracket Second Round

For more sports coverage, follow Thomas (@Texan8thGen) and VYPE (@VYPEATX and @VYPESATX) on Twitter.

Looking to get more involved? Check out ShopVYPE for fresh gear that supports local schools and the VYPE U Ambassador Program. To sign up for the VYPE U Program, apply at VYPEU.com.

Austin Area Athletes Shine In 2018-2019; End Year With Poll Wins

Every week, VYPE hosts a poll to highlight top athletic achievers. Check out the recent winners, and some of the credentials that got them to that point.

Lake Travis' Nick Villarreal (Top Returning VYPE Austin UIL 4A-6A Linebacker)

Why he's deserving:

1. Won the Sun & Ski Sports Poll with 14,489 of the 37,291 total votes.

2. The 2020 all-state talent slowed down opponents in Lake Travis' run to the 2018 UIL 6A Division I state semifinal.

Lockhart's Caleb Jennings (Top Returning VYPE Austin UIL 4A-6A Defensive Back)

Why he's deserving:

1. Won the VYPE Films Poll with 18,711 of the 43,533 total votes.

2. The versatile 2020 all-district player helped Lockhart earn a trio of wins in a tough UIL 14-5A Division II district in 2018.

Hyde Park's Avalon Sanchez (VYPE Austin Private School Softball Player of the Year)

Why she's deserving:

1. Won the VYPE Films Poll with 89.87% of the total vote.

2. The 2020 talent has received three straight TAPPS Division II second-team all-state honors.

Milano's Devonte Jones (VYPE Austin UIL Boys Track Athlete of the Year)

Why he's deserving:

1. Won the VYPE Films Poll with 26,115 of the 63,759 total votes.

2. The senior helped his team win its second straight UIL 2A state title by earning four medals at 2019's state meet: 100 meter dash (gold), long jump (silver), 4X200 meter relay (silver) and 300 meter hurdles (bronze)

Austin St. Michael's Catholic Academy's Nora Carlson (Top VYPE Austin Private School Volleyball Prospect)

Why she's deserving:

1. Won the Sun & Ski Sports Poll with 94.77% of the total vote.

2. The 2021 TAPPS player jumped on the scene with a sophomore year all-state honor in 2018.

Thorndale's Madison Smith (Top VYPE Austin Public School Volleyball Prospect)

Why she's deserving:

1. Won the Sun & Ski Sports Poll with 72.71% of the total vote.

2. The breakout junior earned a first-team all-region honor and a second-team all-state nod in 2018.

Hutto's Dajon Harrison (Top 2019 VYPE Austin Football Prospect to Watch)

Why he's deserving:

1. Won the Sun & Ski Sports Poll with 4,150 of the 9,194 total votes.

2. The former 2020 TCU commit also has offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Boston College, Colorado State, Houston, Iowa State, Kansas State, Louisiana, New Mexico, Rice, Texas Southern and Texas State.

For more sports coverage, follow Thomas (@Texan8thGen) and VYPE (@VypeATX) on Twitter.

Looking to get more involved? Check out ShopVYPE for fresh gear that supports local schools and the VYPE U Ambassador Program. To sign up for the VYPE U Program, apply at VYPEU.com.