April 11, 2022
The Dripping Springs High School boys’ soccer team captured the Region IV-5A Championship on Saturday, April 9, with a 2-0 victory over Brownsville Porter to advance to the UIL State Tournament for just the second time in program history.
Dripping Springs will face Katy Jordan in the state semifinals on Thursday, April 14, at 5 p.m. at Birkelbach Field in Georgetown. The winner will face either Fort Worth Trimble Tech or Frisco Wakeland in the 5A championship game on Saturday at 1:30 p.m.
The Tigers are making their first trip to the state tournament since 2010 when Dripping Springs fell 3-2 to eventual state champion Frisco Wakeland in the state semifinals under coach Brian Ormonde.
Fifth-year head coach Josh Hill has compiled a 103-15-13 record leading the Dripping Springs boys’ soccer program with four-straight district championships. The 2022 squad has posted a school-record 25 wins on the season with a 25-3 record and has set the school record for goals (116) and tied the standard for shutouts (17) and points (325). The Tigers have won 24 of their 25 games by two or more goals.
After winning the District 26-5A Championship with a 15-1 record, the Tigers have outscored teams 22-1 with four shutouts in the state playoffs. Dripping Springs has defeated Leander Glenn (8-0), Medina Valley (9-0), Leander Rouse (1-1, 5-4 in penalty kicks), Mission Sharyland (2-0) and Brownsville Porter (2-0) in the postseason.
Tickets are only being sold online and are $15 for a single game and $35 for an all-tournament pass. Parking is $5 (cash only) per day. Additional spectator information can be found here. Live streaming of the state tournament will also be available through the NFHS Network (subscription required).