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Leading Them Out - Senior Porter Dulske leads the Lions out of the tunnel carrying the American flag prior to a game.
VYPE Traveled out to San Antonio Christian School a few times this year to catch the Lions in Action! Check out some of our best photos from football, volleyball, baseball and soccer from the year as we welcome you to the 2020-2021 VYPE San Antonio Christian School Year in Review.
Standing Together - SACS football players link arm-in-arm with two members of the armed forces during pregame this past fall.
Photo by VYPE Media's Bradley Collier.
It's been a hectic, but successful 2019-2020 high school athletic year. While we have a break in the action, let's highlight the top VYPE Austin area athletes from the fall sports season (football, volleyball and cross country).
No. 1: 2020 TCU commit Grayson Schirpik's dominance during the 2019 volleyball season included 640 kills, 619 digs, 61 aces and 22 blocks and helped guide Leander Rouse to the 2019 UIL 5A Region III Semifinal.
No. 2: Junior quarterback Ace Whitehead recorded 4,982 yards and 75 touchdowns in Lampasas football's run to the UIL 4A Division I state semifinal.
No. 3 Senior quarterback Cooper McCollum had 4,405 yards and 63 touchdowns in Wimberley's run to the UIL 4A Division II state title game.
No. 4: Senior Anthony Monte repped Austin Vandegrift at the UIL 6A boys cross country state meet and marched to a runner-up finish at the end of the season event.
No. 5: Senior Brynlee Hollas' 648 kills, 536 digs, 70 aces and 46 blocks led Schulenburg volleyball to the UIL 3A Region IV Semifinal.
No. 6: Senior Risa Olson recorded 683 kills, 387 digs, 120 aces and 47 blocks in Austin Waldorf School's volleyball run to the 2019 TAPPS 2A state championship match.
No. 7: 2020 Oregon commit Annie Stadthaus had 598 kills, 151 blocks, 118 digs and 48 aces in Austin Vandegrift volleyball's trek to the 2019 UIL 6A Region II Quarterfinal.
No. 8: Senior Edwin Zamudio's win at the UIL 3A boys cross country state meet paved the way to Luling's seventh place team finish.
No. 9: Junior Jaci McGregor's victory at the UIL 4A girls cross country state meet helped Salado earn a 10th place team finish.
No. 10: Round Rock Westwood junior RJ Martinez recorded 4,253 yards and 42 touchdowns during the 2019 high school football regular season, including a 10-touchdown and 790-yard performance in the finale.
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