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2015-16 UIL Lone Star Cup Winners Announced

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Date: Jul 01, 2016
Category: General Information


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

AUSTIN, Texas – The University Interscholastic League announced the six winners of the 2015-16 UIL Lone Star Cup on Friday.

With state championships in girls swimming & diving and state runners-up in football, boys swimming & diving and girls golf, Austin Westlake claimed the Conference 6A UIL Lone Star Cup. The Chaparrals also earned points with a third place finish at state in boys golf, a regional finalist in boys basketball and district championship in academics. Austin Westlake last won the UIL Lone Star Cup in 2002 in Conference 5A.

Austin Vandegrift won its second consecutive and second overall UIL Lone Star Cup in Conference 5A. The boys swimming & diving team took home a state championship while the boys golf teams finished first and third overall at state. The Vipers also earned points with state runner-up finishes in marching band, girls golf and team tennis and their academics team won district and regional championships and finished fifth overall at state.

Reigning marching band state champions, Argyle added state titles in volleyball, girls basketball and boys golf on the way to another Conference 4A UIL Lone Star Cup victory. The 2016 cup is the fifth consecutive and seventh overall for the school, which now stands alone in second place for the most all-time UIL Lone Star Cup wins. The Eagles were also state runners-up in football, state semifinalists in boys soccer and regional finalists in baseball.

Also repeating as UIL Lone Star Cup champions, Brock claimed victory in Conference 3A after a state championship in boys golf and their first-ever state championship in football. They were also state runner-up in girls basketball, state semifinalist in softball and regional finalist in baseball. The cup victory is the fourth overall for the Eagles.

Returning to the top if its class, Windthorst won its sixth overall UIL Lone Star Cup by scoring 60 points in Conference 2A. The Trojans were state runners-up in volleyball and softball and regional semifinalists in girls basketball and baseball. Windthorst’s last UIL Lone Star Cup came in 2005 in Conference 1A.

Happy secured its first Conference 1A UIL Lone Star Cup victory with a state championship in boys golf, a state semifinalist team in boys basketball and a fourth-place finish at state in boys track & field. The Cowboys were also district champions in academics and quarterfinalists in six-man football.

The UIL Lone Star Cup recognizes six high schools (one in each of the six UIL conferences) based on their overall team achievement in a variety of sanctioned academic, athletic and music championships. All UIL member high schools in good standing are included for contention for the UIL Lone Star Cup. Trophy presentations will take place in the fall at events chosen by the winning schools. 

The UIL Lone Star Cup program began during the 1997-98 school year.

Below are the Top 25 schools in each conference for this year’s UIL Lone Star Cup Standings:

CONFERENCE 1A
 

Place School Points
1. Happy 43
2. Abbott 40
3. Wink 39
4. Tilden McMullen County 38
5. Gail Borden County 35
6. Follett 34
  Nazareth 34
8. Chireno 30
  Coolidge 30
  Cumby Miller Grove 30
  Lipan 30
12. Bryson 28
  Garden City 28
14. Barksdale Nueces Canyon 26
  Blum 26
  Burton 26
  Calvert 26
  Fort Davis 26
  Knippa 26
  Kopperl 26
  North Zulch 26
  Water Valley 26
  Zephyr 26
24. Douglass 24
  Lenorah Grady 24
  Richland Springs 24

CONFERENCE 2A

Place School Points
1. Windthorst 60
2. Shiner 57
3. Crawford 54
4. Sundown 53
5. Mason 52
  Weimar 52
7. Albany 47
  Canadian 47
9. Beckville 46
  Bosqueville 46
11. Lindsay 43
12. Muenster 42
13. Refugio 41
14. Falls City 40
  Normangee 40
16. Martin's Mill 38
  New Deal 38
  Van Horn 38
19. Shelbyville 37
20. Archer City 34
  Corpus Christi London 34
  Evadale 34
  Flatonia 34
  Harleton 34
  Harper 34
  Tenaha 34

CONFERENCE 3A

Place School Points
1. Brock 82
2. Wall 72
3. Shallowater 62
4. Tuscola Jim Ned 58
  White Oak 58
6. Denver City 54
  Sunnyvale 54
  West 54
9. East Bernard 50
  Van Alstyne 50
11. Blanco 46
12. Colorado City Colorado 44
  Little River Academy 44
14. Goliad 42
  Peaster 42
16. Alpine 40
17. Franklin 38
  Hallettsville 38
  Vanderbilt Industrial 38
20. Aransas Pass 36
  Clyde 36
  Luling 36
  Odem 36
  San Antonio Cole 36
  Teague 36

CONFERENCE 4A

Place School Points
1. Argyle 134
2. Abilene Wylie 111
3. Kennedale 68
4. Texarkana Pleasant Grove 65
5. Boerne 61
6. Paris North Lamar 60
  Salado 60
8. Andrews 54
  Silsbee 54
  Stephenville 54
11. Fredericksburg 52
  Kaufman 52
13. Liberty Hill 51
14. Robinson 49
15. Decatur 48
  Princeton 48
17. Wimberley 47
18. Celina 46
19. Giddings 44
  La Grange 44
  Lufkin Hudson 44
22. Bushland 42
  China Spring 42
  Jasper 42
25. Center 41
  Longview Spring Hill 41
  Melissa 41
  Rockport-Fulton 41

CONFERENCE 5A

Place School Points
1. Austin Vandegrift 115
2. Grapevine 111
3. College Station 77
4. Canyon Randall 75
5. Wichita Falls Rider 69
6. San Antonio Alamo Heights 66
7. Frisco 65
8. Cedar Park Vista Ridge 64
9. Canyon 62
10. Richmond George Ranch 60
11. Frisco Wakeland 59
12. Aledo 58
13. Frisco Liberty 57
14. Lufkin 55
15. Corpus Christi Flour Bluff 52
  Cedar Park 52
  El Paso Eastlake 52
  Fort Bend Ridge Point 52
  Rockwall Heath 52
20. Edinburg Vela 51
  Waxahachie 51
22. Frisco Centennial 50
  Houston Stratford 50
  Mansfield Lake Ridge 50
25. Angleton 49
  Hallsville 49
  Prosper 49

CONFERENCE 6A

Place School Points
1. Austin Westlake 94
2. Conroe The Woodlands 79
3. Katy Seven Lakes 71
4. Southlake Carroll 69
5. San Antonio Johnson 67
6. Katy Cinco Ranch 65
7. Austin Lake Travis 64
8. Humble Atascocita 62
  San Antonio Reagan 62
10. Amarillo 60
11. Keller 59
12. Dallas Highland Park 57
  Galena Park North Shore 57
  Lewisville Flower Mound 57
15. Laredo United 55
16. Mansfield 52
17. Arlington Martin 50
18. Coppell 49
  Pearland 49
20. DeSoto 48
  Waco Midway 48
22. Edinburg North 47
23. Allen 46
  Lewisville Hebron 46
  Plano West 46

 

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