After finishing the first round of district play on Friday, the Wimberley Lady Texans find themselves in a heated battle for a playoff berth.
As 2019 came to a close, Brooke Brombach was excited to verbally commit to Texas A&M on an equestrian scholarship. She will be moving to College Station in 2021 after she completes her senior season next year. Brooke had been recruited by several top equestrian programs, including Auburn. After her visits to A&M and experiencing the culture and family values, she knew it was the place for her. “The Aggie culture felt like home. It is just like the culture at Silver Fox Farms here in Wimberley, where I have trained my whole life. I am very excited about my future at A&M. The people on campus were whom I wanted to spend time with,” said a beaming Brooke.
The Wimberley Texans faced a tough opponent in their district opener as the undefeated and 16th ranked Fredericksburg Billies came to town.
After defeating the South Austin Warriors 75-37 on Friday, the Texan basketball team hoped to continue their winning ways last week against Smithville and Liberty Hill. Texans traveled to Smithville