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2022 Bastrop County Sports: A Year in Review

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The Bastrop Tribe Warriors rejoice in another state championship, prolonging the program’s status as a six-man football dynasty. Photo by Quinn DonoghueEagles point guard Robert Conrad leading a fast-paced offensive attack against Lockhart. Conrad emerged as a top-notch player during the 2021-22 season and has taken another step forward this year. Photo by Quinn DonoghueSmithville’s Tyson Hancock showcases his offensive versatility as he’s relieved of his wide receiver duties to fill in for an injured Derrick Roberson at quarterback. Photo by Quinn DonoghueSummer Jacobs (right) and her mom, Stacey Jacobs, can hardly contain their excitement after Summer was invited to the Under-15 Women’s National Team Talent ID Camp. Photo by Quinn Donoghue

​A number of Bastrop County athletes performed at an elite level in 2022.​Bastrop, Smithville, Cedar Creek and McDade were represented with integrity, passion and hard work. Though some programs struggled in terms of wins and losses, plenty of teams and individuals earned prestigious accolades within their district, region and even the state.BastropIn the town of Bastrop, the highest achievement came from a small consolidated school: the Bastrop Tribe Warriors six-man football team. The Tribe Warriors dominated their competition on their way to their fifth TAIAO state championship in six years, including a 46-0 route in the state title game. Running ...

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