Quiet and a bit shy, Columbia’s Jayda Martinez is quite the contrast when it comes to playing her favorite game of volleyball. The senior captain is leading the Lady ‘Necks this season as they open District 24-4A play today.
Each year the Lake Jackson Swim Team names a local male and female Texas Amateur Athletic Federation Athlete of the Year. This year’s recipients are Sierra Bracken, 8, and Anthony Sury, 14.
Angleton runners Derek Ortega and Shelbi Barnhill didn't let their injuries hold them back, and now they are racing their way back up the ranks this season.
The Houston Texans needed better play from their offensive line this season and traded first-round picks in the 2020-21 NFL Draft for offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil to do it before the season. Now the question is, has there been an improvement?
Somewhere, out in the big water, there is a school of large predators in such large numbers that when they near the surface it turns aqua-clear water into a pale pink. They are shaped like an atomic submarine and can generate amazing power and speed with their huge tails.
Representing Top Team Brazilian School of Jiu-Jitsu in Lake Jackson, Erin Carter competed at the Kids International Jiu Jitsu Championships in Las Vegas and returned to the Angleton area with a third-place finish.
Needing only a half to rack up its second win of the season, the Brazosport Christian Eagles used the 45-point mercy rule to get a 60-12 victory against Fort Bend Home School on Friday at Brazoswood Youth Football Field.
It doesn’t really feel like fall, but the signs are appearing. Tides are swelling, and the autumn equinox is approaching. Our bays are healthy from several years of wetness after a long drought six years ago. Freshwater is a powerful thing to a saltwater estuary – it’s a shot of B12 in the arm for all organisms up and down the food chain.
In a methodical dissection, the Angleton Wildcats feasted on the Clear Brook Wolverines on Friday, 45-7, in their second visit ever to Veterans Memorial Stadium.
Unbeknownst to many in the high school football world in 2018, Brazosport’s Kevin Davis became an instant target for those wanting to go up against the best at their position.
Storylines of all kinds make up the 66 year history rivalry between the Columbia Roughnecks and Sweeny Bulldogs on the football field. These two teams have been going at it for 60 consecutive meetings. In total both teams are meeting for the 67th time today.
DANBURY — Staying on schedule and ahead of the chains will be a priority tonight for Trey Herrmann and the Danbury Panthers as they compete with the Brazos Cougars for a first win of the season.
OVERVIEW: A couple of winless teams will get together as the Bucs and Indians are meeting for only the second time ever. Santa Fe took the initial victory last year (31-24).
It’s always a little different when running on sand, but that’s part of the challenge for runners Saturday at the Brazosport Surfside Invitational at Surfside Beach.
Brazoswood’s cross country teams gained some insight into the competition ahead with the girls winning the Region III 5A-6A Orange Division Region Preview and the boys finishing second.
The only option that Bryce Hoffman saw to pursue a dream was to actually jump in feet first, to see what would come of it. Which is exactly what he did.
The Brazosport Christian Eagles stood tall in the face of adversity, and the Danbury Panthers couldn’t hit the end zone Friday as both teams lost. The Panthers lost to the Bay Area Christian Broncos 23-2 and Brazosport Christian fell to Baytown Christian 52-32.
Competing for Brazoswood at the Region III 5A-6A Orange Division Region Preview at Sam Houston State on Saturday were, from left, Katie Fielder (left), Brianna Taylor, Sophia Sutherland, Lilly Cole, Madison Habeck, Anna Tyree, Kayla Goff, McKenzie Whipple and Hannah Vaughn.
First-half gloom turned into a second-half boom as the Brazosport Exporters exploded for 20 points in the third quarter Friday night en route to a 27-12 victory over the Sweeny Bulldogs at Bulldog Stadium.
The theme for the week was limit mental mistakes for Danny Youngs and the Brazoswood Buccaneers. The Bucs will need more work on that department after absorbing a 52-6 loss to Lamar Consolidated on Friday night at Hopper Field.
What a year for Antonio Brown. He’s now been on three teams in the span of a year, and the star wide receiver has done it in an unorthodox way. From Pittsburgh to Oakland to now New England, this saga of events has been undeniably stressful for all NFL fans, especially for the Steelers and Raiders.
A change of offensive scheme to the wing-T is doing wonders for the Columbia Roughnecks as they rushed for almost 400 yards Friday in a convincing 34-20 victory against Wharton.
Fourteen Angleton High School swimmers will head to a meet at the Don Cook Natatorium in Sugar Land this morning, and what they bring home could be more valuable than ribbons and medals.
Bryce Hoffman lines up a shot during a soccer workout at MacLean Park in Lake Jackson. Bryce played soccer for the Brazoswood Buccaneers and is heading to London to play for the Elite Union Academy.
The Brazoswood Bucs were never really in their opening game last week, something head football coach Danny Youngs expects to change.
It will start with the players keeping their heads in the game.