July 11, 2022
Dripping Springs High School claimed a fifth-straight top 10 finish in the 2021-22 UIL Lone Star Cup standings by placing ninth with 69 points among Class 5A schools.
The Lone Star Cup recognizes six Texas high schools, one in each of the six UIL classifications, based on their overall team achievement in the following sanctioned UIL academic, athletic and music championships: team tennis, cross country, marching band, volleyball, robotics BEST, football, Congress, spirit, swimming and diving, wrestling, mariachi, film, basketball, robotics FIRST, soccer, academics, one-act play, theatrical design, track and field, golf, tennis, softball, and baseball.
The Tiger soccer team captured the most points (16) for Dripping Springs this year with their first-ever appearance in the state title game. The Lady Tiger soccer and volleyball teams added 12 and 10 points, respectively, as they each advanced to the regional finals.
The girls’ cross country team matched their best team finish in program history with a third-place showing at the UIL State Meet. The Tiger band and DSHS cheer squads also competed at the state championships with the band placing ninth at the state marching contest and cheer recording its best program finish of 13th.
Other postseason qualifiers were football, team tennis, softball and baseball.
Point totals for DSHS were as follows: team tennis (6), girls’ cross country (6), volleyball (10), football (4), marching band (4), cheer (1), boys’ soccer (16), girls’ soccer (12), softball (8) and baseball (2).
Class 5A Lone Star Cup Top 10 Standings:
- Highland Park HS – 108
- Lucas Lovejoy HS – 89
- Frisco Wakeland HS – 81
- Friendswood HS – 80
- Grapevine HS – 79
- Amarillo HS – 75
- Canyon Randall HS – 72
- Georgetown HS – 71
- *Dripping Springs HS – 69
- *Boerne Champion HS – 65