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Winners Announced for 2014-15 UIL Lone Star Cup Presented by State Farm

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Date: Jul 01, 2015
Category: General Information


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

AUSTIN, Texas – The University Interscholastic League announced the six winners of the 2014-15 UIL Lone Star Cup presented by State Farm on Wednesday.

In Conference 6A, Southlake Carroll High School won its sixth overall and fourth consecutive UIL Lone Star Cup earning 100 total points. The Dragon boys cross country, golf and swimming and diving teams each took home state championships while the girls cross country team placed fourth at state. Southlake Carroll won district and regional championships in academics and had regional finalist teams in football and girls soccer.

Reigning marching band state champion, Austin Vandegrift, added state titles in boys golf and girls swimming and diving on its way to the first Conference 5A UIL Lone Star Cup victory in school history. In addition to top five finishes at state in girls golf and boys swimming and diving, the Vipers were also state finalists in girls soccer and state semifinalists in football.

Argyle High School set a school record with 127 UIL Lone Star Cup points after earning state championships in academics, baseball, girls basketball, boys golf, and marching band. The Eagles were also state finalists in volleyball and football. The Conference 4A cup victory is Argyle’s fourth consecutive and sixth overall.

The Brock Eagles took home their third overall UIL Lone Star Cup trophy, first in Conference 3A, by setting a school record for points in the competition with 75. Brock won state championships in boys basketball and boys golf, were state finalists in volleyball and regional finalists in football.

Also earning their third UIL Lone Star Cup award was Conference 2A winner Shiner High School, which last won in 2002. The Comanches are reigning state champions in marching band, won the softball state title and placed in the top five at state in girls track and field.

Cross Plains High School secured its first Conference 1A UIL Lone Star Cup victory with a co-state championship in girls track and field, a state runner-up finish in academics and one-act play and a regional semifinalist in girls basketball. 

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 Ten schools in each classification for this year’s Lone Star Cup Standings:
 

Conference 6A

Place

School

Points

1.

Southlake Carroll

100

2.

Conroe The Woodlands

84

3.

Arlington Martin

79

4.

Katy Seven Lakes

78

5.

Houston Cypress Ranch

72

6.

San Antonio Reagan

70

7.

Austin Westlake

69

 

Katy Cinco Ranch

69

9.

Amarillo

66

 

Austin Lake Travis

66

 

 

Conference 5A

Place

School

Points

1.

Austin Vandegrift

94

2.

Aledo

85

3.

Grapevine

83

4.

Cedar Park

68

 

Fort Bend Ridge Point

68

6.

Canyon Randall

67

7.

Cedar Park Vista Ridge

66

8.

College Station

57

9.

San Antonio Alamo Heights

56

10.

Hallsville

55

 

Lufkin

55

 

 

Conference 4A

Place

School

Points

1.

Argyle

127

2.

Abilene Wylie

115

3.

Liberty Hill

90

4.

Fredericksburg

71

 

Kennedale

71

6.

Texarkana Pleasant Grove

67

7.

Robinson

61

8.

Decatur

58

9.

Boerne

57

10.

Paris North Lamar

56

 

 

Conference 3A

Place

School

Points

1.

Brock

75

2.

Shallowater

68

3.

Wall

58

4.

White Oak

56

5.

Hallettsville

54

6.

East Bernard

52

7.

Rockdale

48

 

Sonora

48

9.

Blanco

47

10.

Franklin

46

 

 

Conference 2A

Place

School

Points

1.

Shiner

60

2.

Martin's Mill

52

3.

Canadian

50

 

Lindsay

50

 

Mason

50

6.

Crawford

46

7.

Abernathy

42

 

Hawley

42

 

Schulenburg

42

 

Sundown

42

 

Thorndale

42

 

 

Conference 1A

Place

School

Points

1.

Cross Plains

43

2.

Abbott

40

3.

Nazareth

38

4.

Wink

36

5.

Follett

35

6.

Crowell

34

 

Throckmorton

34

8.

Ira

31

9.

Garden City

30

 

Lenorah Grady

30

 

Slidell

30

 

 

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