A 2017 Angleton High School graduate, Kobey Matt has seen some crazy curve balls in the past few season while trying to compete in soccer at the next level.
Under first-year coach James Howell, two players, Jorge Rios and Garrett Nail, are looking to lead the Bulldogs to their first district title since the 2018-19 season when that Sweeny team finished as a state runner-up to Argyle.
The Junior Achievement of Brazoria County, Inc’s largest event, Who’s Who Golf Classic, will tee off May 14 at the Wilderness Golf Course with proceeds funding JA’s initiative, providing free literacy, entrepreneurial and work readiness programs to thousands of Brazoria County students.
The win was huge for the Wildcats (10-12-1, 8-3), who moved into sole possession of third place in the District 24 standings and a half-game back from Fort Bend Kempner (14-10, 9-3).
Playing under some extreme measures due to a pandemic was not as easy for some teams especially those that were affected by the COVID-19. That was the case with the Southern Brazoria County girls basketball teams, but like troopers they all made it through so that The Facts Southern Brazora All County Basketball team could be selected.
SWEENY — The leading tackler for the Sweeny Bulldogs during his senior season in 2020, Mason Taylor knew for a while he wanted to take football another step after high school.
Playing football in the spring has been a bit odd for some players like Southwestern University’s Bernard Senchery and Southwestern Assemblies of God University’s Wade Polk.
Long distance running was a feature event for the Brazoswood track and field competitors at the District 24-6A Meet last Thursday at Dickinson High School.
The Angleton Ladycats golf team qualified for the University Intercollegiate League Class 5A Region III Tournament, slated for April 19-20 in College Station. Ladycats, from left, are Angelia Rivera, Kennedy O’Leary, Laynee Echols, Abigail Nett, Alexa Patterson and Abbi Ortiz.
If they were supposed to be the underdogs, Columbia didn’t show it Saturday afternoon, even though they were playing the District 22-4A champs and missing two of their key players.
The 25-year-old Dallas, Georgia native founded an inclusion program for those with autism and other developmental disabilities to give them an opportunity they have long desired.
In his only varsity season starting under center, Brazoswood quarterback Cameron Mayer made enough of a name for himself to be chosen to play at the next level by Bethany College.
Angleton’s Lexi Rubio pitched three strong innings allowing just a hit in a Ladycat 16-1 victory against Fort Bend Willowridge on Thursday in District 24-5A play.
The Brazoswood baseball program, with help from the school’s booster club, will be hosting its annual crawfish dinner fundraiser with proceeds going back to the program.
The University of St. Thomas appealed to Nava because it is located five minutes from Texas Children's Hospital, which is where she plans to intern and eventually pursue her career