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Athletes back to work

 
Athletes back to work
The Bear football team will scrimmage Floresville and Boerne, before starting its season 2014 season Aug. 29 at Wimberley.

Summer vacation has come to an end for many high school athletes in La Vernia. Two-a-days began Monday, and the kids who play football, volleyball, cross-country, and tennis are hard at work.

Coach Bo Robinson and the Bear football coaching staff once again have their hands full, as they coordinate time and activities for more than 100 athletes who will make up the various football teams. He said things were going well in the early stages, though it is just the beginning of what he hopes will be a long and successful season.

The Lady Bear volleyball team has less time to work with though. The first couple of days will be about conditioning and tryouts, but by the end of the week, the girls will be at Steele to compete in a scrimmage. La Vernia is in a tougher district this year, and will have to work even harder for another district title.

La Vernia’s cross-country team is listed among the state’s elite each year, and the team’s work ethic is responsible for at least some of its success. Coach Richard Hinojosa has another talented team for this year, and residents who are out and about in the evenings are likely to see his team running the roads and trails around La Vernia High School. The goal is always to win district, region, and state titles, and the Bears and Lady Bears once again have potential to reach these goals.

With the bump up in classification from 3A to 4A, the Bear and Lady Bear tennis players can now officially compete in UIL fall team tennis season. The team has a new head coach for this year, and everyone is excited to get things going.

 
 
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