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Judge Harley Clark Man behind “Hook ‘Em Horns” sign dies at 78

Retired state District Judge Harley Clark of Austin, a venerated Texas Ex who became a part of Longhorn lore by introducing the “Hook ’em Horns” hand sign at a University of Texas pep rally during the 1950s, died Thursday at the age of 78. He passed away at his beloved farm near Dripping Springs, Texas, where he was able to spend the last months of his life surrounded by books, dogs, family and friends.

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Texans trounce Llano 52-20

BY MOSES LEOS III

The Wimberley Texans (4-2, 1-0) needed only 14 seconds to make a statement in their district opener against the Llano Yellow Jackets. A 60-yard touchdown pass on the first play from scrimmage kick started Wimberley’s 52-20 rout Friday during homecoming at Texan Stadium.

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Hot streak continues for Tiger volleyball

BY MOSES LEOS III

A pair of home district wins allowed the state ranked Dripping Springs Lady Tigers (33-6, 8-0) to keep their hopes for an undefeated district mark alive. Dripping Springs defeated Leander and Georgetown East View in straight sets. The victories extend the Lady Tigers’ win streak to 15 straight matches; Dripping Springs has won their last six matches in straight sets.

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