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The Gulf Coast Powerlifting League will officially kick off the season today when Brazosport, Columbia and Sweeny send their girl lifters to Hitchcock for the opening meet.

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he Brazoswood Buccaneer golf team played at the Clear Springs Invitational on Tuesday to finish up the two day tournament by shooting nine strokes better as a team than they did on Monday to finish with a 334.

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Playing her last season collegiately, Richelle Velez is on top of the world.

With 13 games left in the Southwest Athletic Conference, the Texas Southern University Lady Tiger is having lots of fun.

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FREEPORT — Failing to secure the ball in the final minute with a three-point lead cost the Brazosport Exporters a victory Tuesday night at E.E. “Flash” Walker Gym.

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Lake Jackson resident Lauren Stroud is known for her ability to run exceptionally well and she put another accolade on her resume over the weekend.

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 Kairos Academy Lion A.J. Smith plays a multitude of sports, but for the Lions he's only been able to play basketball

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The Buccaneers were faced with attrition in five weight classes, but that didn't keep them from placing in the top 10 of another tournament.

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The Brazoria County Youth Wrestling Team headed to the Houston Nationals in Bryan last weekend placing 27th out of 92 teams in the event.

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The end of duck season is Jan. 26, a sort of a celebration for the women in my life as they get daddy back, though I never slept anywhere but home in Bay City.

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Antonio Edwards of Freeport receives his 50-inch Smart TV from The Facts Business Manager Gloria Ashworth as the grand-prize winner of The Facts Football Pick’Em contest. The grand-prize winner was determined by random drawing from numbers corresponding to each weekly winner. Edwards won in Week 7.

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The Brazoswood Lady Bucs shut out the Spring Westfield Mustangs while filling the opposing net with 11 goals Friday morning on the second day of the CCISD Soccer Tournament at Challenger Columbia Stadium.

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A poor shooting night proved to be too much for the Sweeny Lady Bulldogs to overcome as they fell to the La Marque Lady Cougars Friday evening

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A hat trick by Columbia senior captain Kaitlyn Prihoda combined with stellar defense ignited the Lady Roughnecks to a 6-2 win over the Bellville Lady Brahmanettes Thursday at Griggs Field.

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Just 51 matches into his head coaching stint with the Brazoswood Buccaneers on the football pitch, Bryan Hayman resigned on Wednesday due to personal reasons. Just barely into his third season the Bucs were off to a 1-3 start so far in 2020.

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Coming off a 1-3 weekend at the Dripping Springs Soccer Tournament, and then losing their head coach on Wednesday off a resignation, the Brazoswood Buccaneers fought like they never had against a pretty stout Fort Bend Kempner Cougar squad at the Battle Ground Invitational on Thursday.

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In their only winter swim meet the Lake Jackson Swim Team is set to take 50 local swimmers to the Texas Amateur Athletic Federation Winter Games in Pearland.

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ANGLETON — Needing a big win to stabilize the season, the Angleton Ladycats got that victory on Tuesday at home against the visiting Foster Lady Falcons in a 51-44 final in District 24-5A play.

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Brazosport Lady Exporter Aja Gore wears her heart on her sleeve and shows it on the court every time she steps on it. She plays hard with a strong will to be successful in her life and that helps her lead her team towards accomplishing their goals. 

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LAKE JACKSON — The Wilderness Golf Course in Lake Jackson has been a premier golf course in Southern Brazoria County for quite some time, and now has a No. 1 rating to go with it.

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If there is one thing Falyn Taylor has realized about playing basketball at the collegiate level, it is making sure every second counts when she’s on the court with the St. Edwards University Lady Hilltoppers.

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Pitchers and catchers report for the Houston Astros Feb. 11, but they fired General Manager Jeff Luhnow and manager AJ Hinch Monday after Major League Baseball came down with harsh consequences for inappropriately stealing signs during the 2017 World Series season.

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Sweeny’s Ansley Blake has played soccer since she was 4-years-old and to wrap up her career with the sport as a senior, Blake wanted to make sure she finished it on the field with her Lady Dog teammates.

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Off to one of its better starts in program history, the Columbia Roughneck soccer team beat Columbus on Saturday to win the Colorado County Tournament.

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Brazosport Exporter safety Kevin Davis has won just about every award in football and this year he's been named as The Facts Southern-Brazoria County most valuable player.

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Exceptional athletes showed its athleticism on the football field in 2019 and some of those made The Facts Southern Brazoria All County Football team receiving some individual honors.

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LAKE JACKSON — The Facts’ All-Southern Brazoria County first-team offense represents six local schools as talent was displayed throughout the county.

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All six local high schools were represented in The Facts Southern Brazoria County’s first team members for the 2019 season.

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I made my first wade of 2015 in Louis iana and it wasn’t planned, either. My friend Guy Stansel of HR&G asked me to make an afternoon wade with him as we were slurping the last bit of gumbo from the bowl after a successful duck hunt in the Cameron Parish marsh.

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LAKE JACKSON — The Sweeny Bulldogs had to overcome the obstacle of starting sophomores and juniors for a majority of their team on offense and defense due to inexperience in the team and injuries. That didn’t stop them from winning seven games in a row en route to an 8-3 record and District …

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Though the Sweeny Lady Dogs lost both bracket soccer matches Friday at the San Bernard Classic, they put up strong challenges against Fort Bend Hightower and Lamar Consolidated at Bulldog Stadium.

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The defense was the backbone of the Lady 'Necks as they stifled the Dickinson Lady Eagles 1-0 Friday at Griggs Field in the San Bernard Classic Tournament.

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FREEPORT — Brazosport kept both its emotions and the Columbia Lady Roughnecks in check, dominating the glass to secure a 46-33 victory Friday at Brazosport E.E. “Flash” Walker Gym in the District 24-4A opener for both teams.

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In a battle between two teams with convincing wins earlier in the morning, a hat trick from Lady Roughneck forward Kendall McNett sealed Columbia’s victory over the Alvin Shadow Creek Lady Sharks, 4-2, Friday at Griggs Field in West Columbia at the San Bernard Classic

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SWEENY — If facing the Fulshear Lady Chargers wasn’t enough in the opener of the San Bernard Classic on Thursday at Bulldog Stadium, the Sweeny Lady Bulldogs also had to contend with gusty winds in the first half.

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The Brazoswood Winter Classic Swim Invitational will consist of 12 teams with boys and girls starting today and ending on Saturday.

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Brazoswood wrestling will have their last home meet against Clear Springs, Clear Creek, Beaumont, West Brook and Richmond Foster at 8:30 a.m. Saturday at Performance Gym.

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LAKE JACKSON — Extreme Midget Wrestling invaded the Lake Jackson Civic Center this past Saturday night with more than 500 local fans in attendance. It turned out to be an energetic crowd who stayed engaged and interactive with the five-match event.

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he Sweeny Lady Dogs took a 56-14 loss at the hands of Episcopal on Tuesday.

Skylar Bess managed six points and Anna Green contributed four.

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Stretching as far as San Antonio to as close as West Columbia and Sweeny, local soccer teams will venture out to different areas to continue preparing for the upcoming district season for most.

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A long run in the second quarter have the Angleton Ladycats a comfortable lead as they went on to a District 24-5A win Tuesday over the Terry Lady Rangers, 54-30.

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Former Brazosport Lady Ship Jasmyne Harris is no longer with the Houston Cougars basketball team after playing the team's first five games and averaging 14 points.