July 23, 2021

Rivals Westlake, Lake Travis among Central Texas leaders in final Lone Star Cup standings

Westlake and Lake Travis have battled for district bragging rights on the west side of Austin ever since the Cavaliers moved into the state’s largest classification a decade ago.

This season, the two rivals again took their competition to the final Lone Star Cup standings from the UIL.

Westlake finished third with 91 points while Lake Travis tied for 10th with 63. No other area Class 6A school placed in the top 10, although Vandegrift tied for 17th with 57 points.

The Woodlands won the Class 6A Lone Star Cup with 111 points.

The standings will become final next week after UIL officials verify the point totals.

Lake Travis boys soccer players David Arellano, right, and Tre Wright celebrate a goal during the second half at the Class 6A Region IV final boys soccer playoff game against San Antonio LEE. The boys soccer team was one of multiple squads to compete in the state playoffs for Lake Travis, which placed in the top 10 of the UIL’s final Class 6A Lone Star Cup standings.
Since its inception in 1997, the Lone Star Cup has provided the state’s only comprehensive measurement of a high school’s cumulative success in athletics, academics and other extracurricular activities. The competition awards points based on district titles and playoff success in all UIL-sanctioned sports. In 2020-21, the competition also compiled results from the state marching band competition, the state academic meet and the one-act play contest as well as competitions in spirit, theatrical design, Congress, mariachi, film and robotics.

The UIL did not compile Lone Star Cup points last season because the coronavirus pandemic canceled the bulk of the spring sports season.

Westlake continued a school tradition by finishing in the top 10 of the Lone Star Cup standings for the 20th time in the past 23 years of the competition. The Chaps, the 2015-16 winner of the Class 6A cup, won a second consecutive state championship in football and a fourth straight boys golf title and reached the state championship game in boys basketball. In addition, Westlake continued its strong tradition in academics and other extracurricular activities.

More:Never a doubt! Westlake boys claim fourth straight state golf championship

Lake Travis finished 10th for the second consecutive Lone Star Cup competition. The Cavs did not compete for a state title in any sport but qualified for the playoffs in every team sport, a feat that no other Class 6A team in the Austin area achieved.

Cedar Park’s girls basketball team celebrates a playoff win over New Braunfels Canyon in February. The team won the Class 5A state title for Cedar Park, which placed in the top 10 of the UIL’s final Class 5A Lone Star Cup standings.
In Class 5A, Cedar Park led all area teams with 76 points and a fifth-place finish behind another stellar season highlighted by the school’s first state championship in girls basketball. Dripping Springs (74 points) placed seventh following a standout season that included a state championship in girls soccer. Hendrickson (16th, 60 points), Georgetown (24th, 50 points) and Anderson (25th, 49 points) also finished in the top 25.

More:Dripping Springs claims 5A state soccer title with 2-1 win over Frisco Wakeland

Highland Park won its state-record 12th Lone Star Cup with 111 points

In Class 4A, Wimberley (16th, 56.5 points) was the lone area school to place in the top 25. Argyle cruised to the top spot with 146 points.

In Class 3A, Lago Vista (58 points) finished sixth. Brock defended its Class 3A win with 90 points.

Thrall compiled 44 points to tie for eighth in Class 2A while Thorndale tied for 17th with 36 points. Shiner and Mason tied for the top spot in Class 2A with 71 points, and Shiner won the tiebreaker to claim the cup based on their two state titles compared to Mason’s one state championship.

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Nazareth defended its Class 1A Lone Star Cup with 67 points.

LONE STAR CUP: FINAL STANDINGS
Class 6A

1. The Woodlands 111

2. Southlake Carroll 99

3. Westlake 91

4. Flower Mound 75

5. Arlington Martin 74

6. Katy Seven Lakes 74

7. Allen 71

8. Deer Park 67

8. Katy Tompkins 67

t10. Lake Travis 63

t10. San Antonio Reagan 63

17. Vandegrift 57

Class 5A

1. Dallas Highland Park 111

2. Friendswood 88

3. Grapevine 85

4. Amarillo 79

5. Cedar Park 76

6. Lucas Lovejoy 76

7. Dripping Springs 74

8. Frisco Wakeland 74

9. Aledo 73

10. Boerne Champion 66

16. Hendrickson 60

24. Georgetown 50

25. Anderson 49

Class 4A

1. Argyle 148

2. Canyon 108.5

3. Boerne 94

4. Melissa 85

5. Lindale 81

t6. Corpus Christi Calallen 73

t6. Midlothian Heritage 73

8. Salado 72

t9. China Spring 67

t9. Corpus Christi Tuloso-Midway 67

16. Wimberley 56.5

Class 3A

1. Brock 90

2. Holliday 83

t3. Corpus Christi London 68

t3. Shallowater 68

5. Lorena 64

6. Lago Vista 58

7. Gunter 55

8. Tuscola Jim Ned 52

t9. Bushland 50

t9. Whitesboro 50

Class 2A

t1. Shiner 71

t1 Mason 71

3. Crawford 66

4. Panhandle 56

5. Normangee 54

6. Martin’s Mill 53

7. Lindsay 49

t8. Lipan 44

t8. Thrall 44

10. Christoval 41

t17. Thorndale 36

Class 1A

1. Nazareth 67

t2. D’Hanis 60

t2. Dodd City 60

4. Rankin 54

5. Neches 52

6. Sterling City 52

t7. Abbott 50

t7. Blum 50

9. Cumby Miller Grove 48

10. Slidell 46