The 2020-2021 VYPE San Antonio high school basketball season preview continues with area UIL small school boys and girls team breakdowns. Check them out below and stay tuned for more area preseason coverage in the coming days.
Big thanks to all the Central Texas and South Texas programs and players who participated in the third annual preseason boys and girls basketball photoshoots for VYPE Austin and VYPE San Antonio, the coaches who submitted information about their teams, Hill Country Indoor and San Antonio Christian School for allowing VYPE Media to host another event at your facilities, and Whataburger and Ballogy for your partnerships.
UIL Boys Basketball Team Breakdowns
Boerne: The Greyhounds are motivated going into the 2020-2021 season because they won 28 games before falling one point short in the the 2019-2020 UIL 4A Region IV final and have notable athletes in all-region players Luke Whidbee and Joaquin Gonzalez, all-district honorees Ben Phillip, Rashawn Galloway and Houston Hendrix and another contributor in Devin Styles to extend their current playoff streak to 12 years.
Fredericksburg: The Battlin' Billies had a 32-game win streak and a UIL 4A Region IV area round appearance during the 2019-2020 campaign and can march further in the 2020-2021 postseason with electric leaders like co-UIL 28-4A Defensive MVPs Colby Brasher and Jayden Sanchez and first-team all-district player Dillon Rabon.
Blanco: The Panthers recorded an impressive 2019-2020 run that included 29 wins and a UIL 3A Region IV quarterfinal appearance and have big expectations for the 2020-2021 campaign with playmakers like all-region athlete and UIL 25-3A MVP Tristan Schlinke, first-team all-district players Caleb Meyer, Baylor Smith, Zack Wisdom and Gavin Young and second-team all-district honoree Mitchell Hebert.
Comfort: The Bobcats ran to 27 wins and a UIL 3A Region IV quarterfinal appearance during the 2019-2020 campaign and plan to build off that success and their eight-year playoff streak with notable athletes like UIL 26-3A Newcomer of the Year Freddy Lozano, first-team all-district honoree Oscar Falcon, second-team all-district player Kyndal Tedder and other on-court threats in Jose Herrera and Tucker Weyel.