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Dripping Springs Tigers shutout the Maroons from Austin

By Albert Sanchez

Photo by Albert Sanchez
The DSHS Student Body voted Homecoming King Carter Larson and Queen Jesse Bookbinder.

DRIPPING SPRINGS – On Friday, Sept. 16, the Dripping Springs High School Tigers hosted the Maroons from Austin High School for their 2022 Homecoming game before a sold-out home crowd. 

The Tiger offense had a total of 529 yards in the contest (287 passing and 242 rushings). Quarterback Austin Novosad had 16 completions at 20 attempts for 253 yards and four touchdowns. Sr. #23 Kade Curry at six carries for 76 yards. 

The Tiger defense held the Maroons to 105 passing yards, 25 rushing yards and seven first downs. Also, the Tiger defense recovered four fumbles and two interceptions.

The next game for the Tigers (3-0) will be against The Bowie Bulldogs (4-0) on Friday  at Burger Stadium.

 

 

Photo by Albert Sanchez
QB #16 Austin Novosad handing the ball off to So. #18 Jack Tyndall
and Sr. #57 Logan Husch clearing the path. Tyndall had six carries for 59 yards and one touchdown.

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