It was a tale of two seasons for Columbia and Sweeny.
District 12-4A, D-I experienced changes before the season with a realignment of teams, including the insertion of a new school in Iowa Colony. However, one thing remained the same — Brazosport clinching a playoff spot for the sixth consecutive year.
Sisters Pala Reid Hammond and Kimber Reid Marshall have owned a building that their father, Jack Reid, used to run his appliance business out of for years. Since the business closed more than 30 years ago, the sisters have waited far too long for someone to take the building.
The Angleton Wildcats are off to a good start to the 2022-23 basketball season, and senior Majestic Ford is at the forefront of the early success.
Almost half of Wharton’s points from Tuesday night’s non-district game against Brazosport came off offensive rebounds. The Tigers’ 29 offensive boards turned into 32 second-chance points, leading to a 66-42 loss for the Exporters at the EE “Flash” Walker Gymnasium.
After the Danbury Panthers qualified for the UIL state football playoffs last season for the first time in eight years, the program could not replicate that success in 2022 because of injuries to key positions.
The first day of the Leroy Miksch Tournament could have gone better for the Sweeny Bulldogs, but if anything, they didn’t back down in either of their games.
After his players committed a turnover for a fourth consecutive time in practice Wednesday, two days away from playing against bigger competition at the Leroy Miksch Tournament in Needville, Angleton Christian coach Khory Ross had one message for his team.
More than 300 runners weathered the rain and slippery conditions to run in the 10th annual Lake Jackson Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving Day at Lake Jackson Intermediate.