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The UIL has awarded its prestigious Lone Star Cups to Class 1-6A programs, who have dominated athletically and academically for the calendar school year.
After back-to-back Lone Star Cups won by The Woodlands, the Class 6A award heads north to Southlake Carroll, who earned 120 points. SLC secured the title with a state title in baseball. Austin Westlake finished second with 104 points.
In Class 5A, Highland Park took the title with 124 points highlighted by the Scots third straight football title. Dripping Springs finished second with 92 points.
The most dominant program in the state of Texas? Class 4A Argyle won its eighth straight Lone Star cup, finishing off the athletic year with a baseball state title. Canyon finished second with 110 points.
Another dominant program has been Brock High School in Class 3A, which has won four of the last five Lone Star Cups. Wall finished second, followed by Holiday.
In Class 2A, Mason has won two consecutive trophies, while Nazareth won in Class 1A.
The UIL Lone Star Cup is awarded annually to six high schools, one in each of the six UIL classifications (1A, 2A, 3A, 4A, 5A and 6A), based on their team performance in district and state championships. The winning schools in each classification will receive the UIL Lone Star Cup trophy and a $1,000 scholarship.
The events that gain points include team tennis, cross country, marching band, volleyball, Robotics BEST, football, congress, spirit, swimming & diving, wrestling, mariachi, film, basketball, Robotics FIRST, soccer, academics, One-Act Play, theatrical design, track & field, golf, tennis, softball and baseball.
The Austin area had a successful 2018-2019 athletic and academic year, so it earned its 17th UIL Lone Star Cup since the 1997-1998 school year. Mason earned 76 points to beat second-place Sundown (68 points) and third-place [and fellow area foe] Thorndale (66 points) to claim its second straight 2A trophy. Its football team won the UIL 2A Division I state title and its tennis program produced state titles in boys singles, boys doubles, girls doubles and mixed doubles.
2A wasn't the only classification to have two area schools finish in the top three. In 5A, runner-up Dripping Springs finished with 92 points and third-place Georgetown recorded 76 points. They fell short of Highland Park's 124-point total.
The area also got impressive years from Westlake and Liberty Hill. The Chaparrals scored 104 points in 6A to finish second to Southlake Carroll's 120-point mark, while the Panthers' 92-point year was only topped by Argyle (124 points) and Canyon (110 points) in 4A.
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