Hill Country Christian School’s varsity boys’ soccer team had another tremendous season. For the second consecutive year, the Knights made it to the State Championship in TAPPS Division III District 3 soccer. The Knights varsity soccer team flew through district play undefeated, scoring 81 goals while allowing only two goals by opponents. In the State Championship, the score remained tied 1-1 through two overtimes. The Knights ultimately fell to St. Thomas 4-3 in penalty kicks. This is only Hill Country’s second year to field a varsity soccer team.
Dannah Fritschle, a freshman girl, took District MVP. Dannah is one of several girls who play for the Hill Country Knights boys’ soccer team, as the school does not field a girls’ team. In addition to the MVP award, the team has eight first team all-district players, three second team all-district, and one honorable mention all-district.
Watch a KVUE News story about the team and Dannah Fritschle’s MVP award below.
Click here to read a Hill Country News article about the team.