On Nov. 9, West Columbia’s Tate Thrasher finished ninth in the Texas High School Bass Association’s area tournament at Sam Rayburn Lake.
Houston Astros shortstop Carlos Correa stopped by Gulf Coast Auto's Park in Angleton to engage with fans and spread some joy in the area in a meet and greet.
Striking early, the Brazosport Orange Junior Longhorns defeated the Pearland Oilers, 26-6 in the South Texas Youth Football Association’s Super Bowl on Saturday at Alvin’s Memorial Stadium.
In their first meeting during the regular season it was the Orange that took it to the White team coming out with a 12-6 victory with six seconds left on the clock. So the White team was looking for redemption in the biggest game of the season.
The Columbia Lady Roughnecks (4-1) lost to the Fulshear Lady Chargers 51-20 and beat the Stafford Lady Spartans 48-43 in the Robert "Bob" Ducroz Memorial Basketball Tournament Saturday in West Columbia.
In a defensive matchup between the Brazosport Longhorns and Angleton Wildcat sophomores in the South Texas Youth Association Super Bowl, it was the Longhorns who escaped the game with a 12-6 victory at Alvin’s Memorial Stadium.
It was the Brazosport Orange Flag squad that propelled themselves to a 19-7 victory against their counterparts, Brazosport White in the South Texas Youth Football Association’s Super Bowl on Saturday morning at Alvin Memorial Stadium.
In a back and forth see-saw battle the freshmen Brazosport Longhorns and Friendswood Broncos went four overtimes before the Longhorns finally put the only points on the board to eke out a 6-0 victory in the South Texas Youth Association Super Bowl.
At times turnovers can be momentum killers in football, and for Columbia on Friday against Liberty Hill, they were mostly what decided the Roughnecks’ 44-8 loss to the Panthers at Waller ISD Stadium.
All things considered, Brazosport Exporter senior quarterback Alex Villareal felt both grateful and blessed Friday as he and his teammates exited Bob Shelton Stadium after a 42-14 season-ending bidistrict playoff loss at the hands of a red-hot, state-ranked Lampasas Badgers squad.
Playing at the South Texas Youth Football Association’s Super Bowl today will be the Freeport Longhorn freshmen squad as they will take on the Friendswood Broncos White team.
The Columbia Roughnecks (9-1) take on the Liberty Hill (4-5) Panthers at 7:30 p.m. today at Waller ISD Stadium in a Class 4A Division I Region III bidistrict matchup.
The Brazosport Exporters (6-4) take on the Lampasas Badgers (9-1) at 7:30 p.m. today at Bob Shelton Stadium in Buda for a Class 4A Division I Region III bidistrict playoff matchup.
Manvel Mavericks to take care of the Nederland Bulldogs in the Class 5A Region III D-II bidistrict round on Thursday with a resounding 49-14 victory at Freedom Field
The Sweeny Bulldogs (8-2) clash with the Smithville Tigers (6-4) at 7:30 p.m. Friday at T.J. Mills Stadium in Sealy for a Class 4A Division II Region III bidstrict playoff matchup.
The Longhorn Orange go into the Super Bowl unbeaten at 9-0 while the Longhorn White team is 9-1. Its only loss was a last second defeat at the hands of the Longhorn Orange, 12-6.
In its 12th season the Robert “Bob” Ducroz Memorial Basketball Tournament will be at Columbia High School starting today and being played again on Saturday.
A defensive effort in the second and third periods by the Brazoswood Lady Bucs was enough to propel them to a 64-33 victory against visiting Fort Bend Austin on Tuesday at the Performance Gym.
Hole in ones are hard to come by, whether you’re a professional or beginner, and Brazoswood 15-year old sophomore Joel Sciba just so happened to do the seemingly impossible.
One day, former Brazoswood Buccaneer Trey Heckendorn wants to be walking the football sidelines as a head football coach. For him to understand everything that goes into the game, this season he is spending his time as a team manager.
The Gator Gallup 5K will be held at 8:00 a.m. Saturday at Brazosport College in Lake Jackson. The mile race will start at 7:30 a.m. and the BASF kids run will start at 7:45 a.m.
With its high-power Wing-T offense controlled by the El Campo Ricebirds much of the game, the Columbia Roughnecks relied on their defense to win the battle for the No. 2 seed in District 13-4A with a 17-9 victory Friday night.
Girls basketball returns to Southern Brazoria County as the regular season starts tonight for most teams, all of them still hoping to be playing at the UIL state championships March 7 in Austin.
Unforced errors and miscommunication were Sweeny’s downfall as it made an early exit from the Class 4A, Region III volleyball playoffs. Meanwhile, emotions were too high for Columbia as its hopes of advancing to the regional playoff fell through.
The Brazosport Exporters (2-3, 5-4) will take on the Fulshear Chargers (1-4, 1-8) today at 7:30 p.m. at Hopper Field in a District 13-4A D-I match-up that will determine if the Ships get in the playoffs.
Bucs cross country runners Madison Habeck and Sam Whitmarsh will be running at the UIL 6A Cross Country State Championship at 3:10 p.m. Saturday at Old Settlers Park in Round Rock.
The Brazoswood Bucs (0-6, 0-9) will face the Alief Hastings Bears (1-5, 3-6) at 7 p.m. today at LeRoy Crump Stadium in a District 23-6A matchup.
Brazosport’s Mikaya Burton dribbles up the court to start the offense against Houston Wheatley during their playoff game Feb. 12 at Brazoswood High School. Burton, now a senior, will try to guide her team back into the postseason this year.
FREEPORT — What began as a way to get in shape for another sport, changed for Brazosport cross country runner David Gomez after his freshman season. Now in his junior year, Gomez will get to experience the UIL Class 4A Cross Country State Championships for the first time this Saturday in Round Rock at Old Settlers Park.