SWEENY — In four seasons with the Sweeny Lady Dog volleyball team, Megan Kessler has come a long way.
Both the Danbury Lady Panthers and Panthers each finished in fourth place as a team and the school qualified two runners to the regional level Monday at the District 24-3A Cross Country Meet.
Playing in a different setting didn’t seem to stop the Freeport Toros soccer team Oct. 5 at the Univision Cup in Houston as they finished first in the 2004-2005 White Division.
Today marks the true start of two Danbury Panthers on their way to achieving their goals, one step at a time.
Danbury Panther cross country seniors Sahvanna Thompson and Gustavo Torres both run today to make it past district to regional, and then to state. The destination for both runners is the same, but their paths to the promised land haven't nearly been the same.
DANBURY — All the running so far by the Danbury cross country team has been to wear a path to the state meet. Their next steps on that mission come this morning.
The Angleton Ladycats placed more swimmers in the top three to pull out a 157-118 victory Thursday against the Brazoswood Lady Bucs at the Angleton Aquatic Center.
Everything clicked Friday for Brazosport Christian as the Eagles headed home early, shutting out the Alvin Living Stones Lion on the road, 49-0.
In other area action Friday, Ganado whipped Danbury, 58-6.
I can’t remember a more anticipated cold front than the one that rolled through Texas on Friday afternoon. It has been hot for a long, long time. We all are tired of sweating.
With three players rushing for over 100 yards, the El Campo Ricebirds showed why their ground game is so lethal Friday, practically running the Brazosport Exporters out of Hopper Field in a 51-17 District 13-4A D-I victory.
Too many mistakes and too much of running back Ashton Stredick left the Columbia Roughnecks tasting defeat for the first time this season, losing to Needville 34-17 Friday night in a key District 13-4A Division I game.
An explosive first quarter by the Dawson Eagles opened up what proved to be an insurmountable lead over the Brazoswood Buccaneers, winning 41-6 Friday night in a District 23-6A contest.
Penalties and mental errors by La Marque opened the door for Sweeny to capture a surprising 15-7 overtime win at Etheredge Stadium in the District 11-4A-2 opener for both teams.
WEST COLUMBIA — It’s a top 10 match-up that will highlight Friday Night Football in these parts today when the Class 4A No. 5-ranked Columbia Roughnecks take on the No. 10 Needville Blue Jays at Blue Jay Stadium.
ANGLETON — Back-to-back losses for the for the first time since 2015 haven’t affected Angleton’s confidence nor changed its approach as it prepares for its homecoming game tonight.
A couple of unbeaten teams got together in a District 24-4A matchup and it was a dogfight as the Sweeny Lady Dogs held on for a 25-17, 25-19, 25-23 sweep against visiting Columbia on Tuesday.
The Brazoswood Lady Buccaneers were unable to complete their comeback Tuesday when they dropped the fifth set after winning a tightly contested fourth as the George Ranch Lady Lonhorns took a 25-27, 25-15, 25-10, 25-27, 15-12 win.
Looking to educate local kayakers on water safety, the Houston Association of Sea Kayakers will be sending out an instructor this Saturday to Bay City’s Riverside Park.
ANGLETON — Facing competition for the first time in the new Angleton Aquatic Center, the Wildcat swim teams split a dual meet Tuesday with Alvin Shadow Creek.
Brazosport Christian already doesn’t have the manpower to switch out players on a consistent basis, and last Friday did them no favors against a solid opponent. The Eagles of Brazosport Christian (1-1, 3-3) lost to the Allen Academy Rams (2-0, 6-0) 46-24 in a TAPPS District III D-2 match-up.
Punches were thrown all day at the Ten Pen Entertainment with joy, sweat and disappointment capturing the atmosphere throughout the building. The Battle of Brazoria County II was all it was supposed to be and more as boxers from across southeast Texas made the trip to Angleton to compete against each other from ages eight to thirty-one. Angleton Boxing Club and Freeport Boxing Club co-hosted the event and each bout had three rounds lasting one minute per round.
Trusting the process goes a long way for this Panthers team and even though progression is there, inconsistency on offense is still a work in progress.
The Danbury Panthers (0-2, 0-5) lost to the Schulenburg Shorthorns (2-0, 4-2) 14-0 in a District 14-3A match-up at Humber Field.
Homecoming night wasn’t a happy one for the Brazoswood Buccaneers as they fell to Alief Taylor, 36-0, in a District 23-6A game Friday night at Hopper Field.
Trailing 23-6 with 10 minutes remaining in the game, the Angleton Wildcats got on a roll to close within three points but fell short of the Fort Bend Hightower Hurricanes, 23-20 on Thursday at Ken Hall Stadium.
It's homecoming night for the Brazoswood Buccaneers and they would like nothing more than to get a win at home.
The Bucs (0-1, ,0-4) take on the Lions of Alief Taylor (0-1, 1-3) at 7:00 p.m. today at Hopper Field in a District 23-6A match-up.
The Eagles schedule has not been an easy road and today won't get any easier, but that doesn't hurt their confidence. The Brazosport Christian Eagles (1-0, 2-2) head to Allen Academy (0-0, 5-0) at 7:30 p.m. today at Allen Academy.
For the second week in a row the Angleton Wildcat junior varsity took a tough loss, this time to Fort Bend Hightower on Wednesday at Wildcat Stadium, 20-14.
Actions speak louder than words and the Wildcats will have to prove it today after their first loss of the season against district rival Alvin Shadow Creek.