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Video Highlights Top 2018-2019 VYPE Austin/SA-Attended Games

The 2018-2019 athletic calendar has concluded, so VYPE Austin and VYPE San Antonio have had series dedicated to notable performers and moments over the past year. Check out the top 10 area UIL games that editor Thomas Bingham covered during the school year, as well as a notable TAPPS/SPC battle. All were entertaining, and we're looking forward to covering more sports action in 2019-2020.


No. 1: Late surge ends Cuero football's state title drought (December 21, 2018)

The Gobblers trailed 21-20 after three quarters of the UIL 4A Division II state title game, but leaned on Texas signee Jordan Whittington's record-breaking performance (377 yards and six touchdowns) and a 20-7 fourth quarter surge in a 40-28 win against Texarkana Pleasant Grove to claim their first state title in 31 years.

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Kate Benton Stump, shown in 2016 Troy softball game, has been named the new softball head coach at Enterprise High School.

Scott Donaldson

Former Northview, Troy star Kate (Benton) Stump hired as Enterprise head softball coach

By David Mundee

As a softball player at Northview High School and later at Shelton State and at Troy, Kate Benton was known for playing aggressive, hard-nosed and with passion.

Now as Kate Stump, she will take those qualities into her new role as Enterprise softball head coach.

Stump was officially hired by the Enterprise Board of Education as the head coach Thursday night. She had been an assistant coach the last three years for the Wildcats under Mollie Mitchell, who resigned last month.

"I am beyond excited," Stump said. "First and foremost, I am very thankful for the opportunity."

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Year In Review: VYPE San Antonio's Top 10 2018-2019 UIL Girls Athletes

The 2018-2019 athletic calendar has concluded, so VYPE San Antonio will have a series dedicated to notable performers and moments over the past year. Check out the area's top 10 UIL girls athletes.

No. 1: Corina Carter (Converse Judson basketball)

The New Mexico signee, all-state senior and UIL 6A championship game MVP led the Rockets to their first state title.

No. 2: Aliyah Pritchett (New Braunfels Canyon softball)

The Baylor signee and all-state senior led the Cougars to the UIL 6A state semifinal.

No. 3: Kara McGhee (San Antonio Clark volleyball)

The Baylor signee and all-state senior led the Cougars to the UIL 6A Region IV final and was named one of the nation's top 50 high school volleyball players.

No. 4: Caroline Meuth (San Antonio Churchill volleyball)

The Notre Dame signee and all-state senior led the Chargers to the second round of the UIL 6A playoffs.

No. 5: Kyra White (Converse Judson basketball)

The USC signee and all-state senior played a major role in the Rockets' run to the UIL 6A state championship.

No. 6: Amaya Brown (Goliad track and field)

The Texas State-bound senior won UIL 3A state championships in the long jump and triple jump.

No. 7: Morgan Fey (San Antonio Southwest track and field)

The junior won the UIL 5A discus state championship and earned a state bronze medal in shot put.

No. 8: Adelyhda Perez (Uvalde wrestling)

The Lobos' senior and three-time UIL state wrestling champ finished her high school career with the 2019 UIL 5A 138-pound state championship.

No. 9: Charli Becker (Kerrville Tivy basketball)

The all-state senior led the Antlers to the UIL 5A state semifinal.

No. 10: Lea Karren (Jourdanton tennis)

The France native and Squaws' junior won the UIL 3A girls singles tennis state championship.

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