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Anxious to get going for 2019 the Brazoswood Buccaneer cross county team will head to Pearland Dawson High School for its first meet of the season, Pearland Dawson Alumni Cross Country Classic.

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Hardships happen in every form and fashion, and the Texas High School Coaches Association is trying to alleviate some of those costs for high school athletes and coaches with a benevolence fund.

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Ahead of a preseason matchup between the Houston Texans and the Detroit Lions this weekend, Angleton native and cornerback Quandre Diggs had a special surprise for students in the area.

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Having a reliable setter on a volleyball team can sometimes go a long way. For the Angleton Ladycats, K’Mory Price could be the glue to a successful season for the Ladycats in 2019.

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DANBURY — Back on the football field for a week now the Danbury Panthers will be counting on some new leaders along with first year athletics director/head football coach Trey Hermann to lead them this season.

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Several Brazoria County athletes headed to the 2019 AAU Junior Olympic Games in Greensboro, North Carolina in late July as some returned with medals.

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Scott Jamison, the main character in last week’s column, just keeps filling my life with write about hooking thrills each time we ride the waves.

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Coming together by mere coincidence a mere four and a half months ago billiard players, Tanya Crain, Gena Kuchar, Leah Hardesty and Susan Largent, known as The Texas Stars will compete in the 2019 World Pool American Poolplayers Association 8-Ball Championships starting today in Las Vegas.

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There is a definite difference between 95 and 100 degrees. The century mark has been the norm lately, and we have taken a “get on the water early and get off early” approach so not to fall victim of heat-related illnesses.

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Compiled and edited by J.P. Greeson, Bink Grimes, Kendal Hemphill and Mark Perry for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department under a federal grant provided by the Sport Fish Restoration Program.

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The Sweeny Lady Bulldogs came out with a vengeance Friday against visiting Stafford, wiping out the Lady Spartans in straight sets, 25-15, 25-16, 25-20, for their first win of the young season.

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WEST COLUMBIA — Community members can show their support for Columbia’s student-athletes through attendance and donations today as the fall sports seasons kicks off with the annual Media Day.

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Confident with her game, Tanya Crain keeps her eye on the cue ball in preparation to sink a shot at her home in Lake Jackson.

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Gena Kuchar steadies her hand in order to slice a ball against the rail during a Monday practice at Tanya Crain’s home.

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The summer heat wave pushing conditions into dangerous territory this week had area football coaches ensuring they did enough to prevent players from experiencing heat-related issues.

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EXPORTER COACHES Mark Kanipes Head coach Jess Golightly Offensive line/assistant head coach Ronnie Pena Offensive line assistant Robert Jones Running backs/special teams Kody Smith Wide receivers TJ Heidt Tight ends/offensive coordinator Richard Davis Defensive tackles/defensive coordinator …

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ANGLETON — With an opportunity to win a championship for its own city, the Gulf Coast Tennis Association will have a battle Saturday for the Gulf Coast City Challenge at the Angleton High School tennis courts.

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WEST COLUMBIA — Headed into his fourth season, Brent Mascheck is pretty excited about having the core of his Columbia Roughnecks football squad returning for the 2019 season.

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SWEENY COACHES Randy Lynch Head coach James Howell Offensive coordinator/wide receivers Shannon Permenter Quarterbacks Labarron Burden Running backs Mark Durham Offensive line Carlos Locker Off. line/tight ends Dale Ryan Co-def. coord./safeties Jim Ashworth Co-def. coordinator/defensive line…

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FREEPORT — Brazoswood and Brazosport got a rivalry game out of the way in the season opener Tuesday, with the Lady Bucs sweeping district foe Brazosport, 24-16, 25-21, 25-20, at E.E. “Flash” Walker Gym.

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Pursued by a few basketball programs, former Angleton Ladycat, Beyonce Perry decided to stay in state and head to UT Dallas in Irving.

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The consistency of the Angleton football program extends beyond its 11-year run of playoff appearances. It is rooted in the consistent presence of the coaches who have helped guide those teams.

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The numbers game will play a big part this season with the Brazosport Christian Eagle football team, which moved into their third day of practice Monday.

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For the next four months, six Southern Brazoria County teams will start a trek toward a shared goal of winning a state championship in Texas high school football.

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n The Columbia Lady Neck volleyball team made the playoffs last year, ending its season against Hamshire-Fannett in the Area round. That marked the second time in the last five seasons the Lady ’Necks had advanced to the postseason.

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With their obligatory pair of scrimmages out of the way, Southern Brazoria County’s volleyball teams are ready to kick off the regular season this week.

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When the surf is right, everyone smiles — bait camps, tackle stores, convenience stores and vacation rentals. Not to mention all the selfie smiles posted to Instagram and Facebook.

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The Senior Gems baton twirling team’s appearance this week at the AAU Junior Olympics ended a multiple-year journey to qualify for the annual competition that brings together the best youth athletes in the country.

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A pair of Angleton Wildcat infielders earned honorable mention spots on the Texas Sports Writers Association Class 5A All-State Baseball Team.

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Two months after receiving their silver medals in the UIL Class 4A Baseball State Championship, the Sweeny Bulldogs haven’t stopped collecting awards.

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Former NFL players headline the field for today’s Celebrity Golf Tournament benefiting the Boys and Girls Club of Brazoria County.

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With their stars back in the lineup every day — and having barely missed a beat while they were injured — the Houston Astros increasingly look like the team to beat in the American League.

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The West of the Brazos Swim Team came home with a handful of silver medals from the Texas Amateur Athletic Federation Summer Games in College Station last weekend.

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DANBURY — Cassie Lausch will take over the volleyball program for the Lady Panthers in 2019, ready to lead the varsity after coaching at lower levels.