Shooting to extend its cross-country season, the Angleton Wildcats did just that with the Ladycats falling short Thursday morning at the District 24-5A meet.
Trying to put together back-to-back wins for the first time this season, the Brazosport Exporters will probably have its most formidable foe this week against the Class 4A D-I’s No. 3-ranked El Campo Ricebirds.
Running its final cross-country race of the season, Danbury showed up on Wednesday morning at Brazos High School in hopes of extending its season at the District 24-3A meet.
Four quarters make a dollar, but Sweeny has been getting by lately with 50 cents. Bulldogs coach Clayton Odom, however, wants his team to put together the other 50 cents sooner rather than later.
A couple of seniors are finishing up their careers this season with Southwestern University’s Bernard Sencherey and Abilene Christian’s Koy Richardson.
All season, the Angleton Christian cross-country team has been showing up at several large meets competing mostly against public schools, wanting to see how its runners stack up against them.
DANBURY — Unable to muster enough offense in the second half, the Danbury Panthers lost their District 14-3A D-II opener 21-18 to Van Vleck on Friday at Humber Field.
SWEENY — What looked to be a homecoming rout at the hands of La Marque ended with all smiles for the Sweeny Bulldogs, who rallied for a 28-27 victory in the District 9-4A Division II opener for both teams.
Facing a loaded Dickinson Gator squad, the Brazoswood Buccaneers knew they couldn't afford to have too many mishaps to stay close to them.
Danbury coach Trey Herrmann believes his team has a good chance to secure a playoff spot after finishing the non-district schedule with a winning record for the first time since 2018.
Brazosport tennis is making the best out of a tough situation. The tennis team played its third and final regular-season match Tuesday, falling to Needville, 18-1, in District 25-4A play. However, there is another underlying issue.
Trying to sweep their pair of district matches against Boling, the Danbury Lady Panthers couldn’t repeat their earlier success as they lost Tuesday in straight sets, 25-15, 25-19, 25-13.
Facing one of the stiffest challenges of the year the Brazoswood Buccaneer cross country team ran against some of the best from the state finishing 13th overall as a team with 275 points.
The senior did it all offensively in Saturday’s home game against Conroe Northside. He had six receptions for 40 yards at receiver, completed a pair of passes for 12 yards in place of freshman Luke Coburn, and ran six times for 76 yards and one touchdown. His touchdown was a 20-yard run that included scrambling from defenders in the pocket and finding an opening down the right sideline.
Danbury is in the midst of a playoff run, and there is nobody better to rely on than its seniors. Outside hitter and setter Hayley Matheson wants to shoulder the team’s load to get the Lady Panthers back in the postseason.
Running on a slippery and muddy course Friday morning at the Alvin ISD Freedom Run Invitational, the Angleton Wildcats fought through the elements to come in sixth place in the standings with 145 points.
Golfing with celebrities and raising money for a cause is not a bad deal. Golf enthusiasts have that opportunity by participating in the Boys & Girls Club of Brazoria County celebrity tournament Friday at The Wilderness Golf Course.
At times it will take that special player to come up with a spectacular football play to decide a game. With the Angleton Wildcats playing Fort Bend Hightower at Ken Hall Stadium on Saturday night in a District 10-5A-DI matchup, that player was Hurricane wide receiver Kaleb Johnson.
Sweeny realized what kind of a team it can be when it brings energy to the court. In Friday's District 25-4A matchup against Brazosport, Sweeny lacked energy the first two sets, resulting in a 2-0 hole, but the Lady Dogs overcame a gutwrenching second-set loss and relied on their power hitters in the following three sets to upset the Lady Exporters 18-25, 25-27, 25-19, 25-8, 15-5.
With the Yellowjackets looking for their first four-game win streak since 2004, the Pearland Oilers had different ideas Friday as they pounded the home team 56-14 at Alvin Memorial Stadium on Friday.
Isaac Ponce has always wanted to be the best at whatever he does, no matter the circumstances. That mentality has become a valuable asset for Brazoswood football.
Despite an 0-4 record and another crushing loss last week, Brazosport Christian coach David Cuthbertson is treating this week like it’s the team first game as they prepare to host Conroe Northside Sports Association.
A little kindness most of the time will go a long way as Sweeny’s Joshua Thomas showed last week during the Needville Cross Country Invitational at Seabourne Creek Park in Rosenberg.
As some of the volleyball districts come to the midway point there will be several big matches coming up across Southern Brazoria County in Class 5A and 3A with Angleton and Danbury.