A talented group on the court the Brazosport Lady Ships are hooping this season toward a District 25-4A title.
Columbia boys soccer never left the game in doubt from start to finish, dominating the Palacios Sharks 7-1 on Friday evening in the Columbia/Sweeny Tournament at Griggs Field.
On the football field, basketball court and now soccer pitch, Sweeny senior Trace Holmes always seems to be making plays. Like against Palacios in the opener of the Columbia/Sweeny Showcase where he scored four goals enroute to a Bulldog 5-3 victory at Bulldog Stadium.
Playing throughout the season, the Lake Jackson Intermediate seventh grade C team made it through a tough 2020 pandemic season. Front row, from left, Kaydence Keleman, Audrey Longoria and Callie Gillam; middle row Calleigh Bowen, Peytyn Hawley and Selena Gullien; back row Tawni Hernendez, Sc…
While some Southern Brazoria County high school basketball teams are preparing themselves for a final postseason push, others have found dealing with the COVID-19 an inhibitor to finding their strides.
Playing short-handed and without their head coach, the Angleton Ladycats dropped a tough 68-65 loss to Lamar Consolidated in District 24-5A action on the road.
Brazoswood continued its District 24-6A season on Tuesday with a loss to Dickinson, 49-25 as they continue to go winless in district play.
SWEENY —On varsity since their freshmen season, Kayla York and Courtney Ashworth have both come a long way with the Sweeny Lady Dog soccer program.
Many college athletic sports have moved to the spring due to the COVID-19 and for some it is business as usual, but for others quite the opposite.
Playing during the 2020 COVID-19 volleyball season at Lake Jackson Intermediate were the seventh-grade B team members. Front row, from left, Annsley Perrin, Brianna Ayala, Alesi Garza, Ivanna Ortega, Maddison Smith and Aubrey Cantu; back row Savannah DeLaGarza, Emmie Dodson, Eden Toney, Ryle…
Teammates since they were youngsters, Selena Chaney and K’mory Price-Nealy are two Angleton Ladycats leading a resurgence to the program in hopes of finally getting to the playoffs this season.
Meeting at the Robert “Bob” Leffingwell Natatorium for a Tri-Meet in the water, Brazosport, Columbia and Sweeny swim teams ended its regular season.
Angleton Wildcat head soccer coach Frank Echartea got to be on the same field with his nephew, Brazoswood’s Jacob Garcia during a Dec. 31 scrimmage against Brazoswood at Wildcat Stadium.
Kicking off the season with a scrimmage at Angleton’s Wildcat Stadium, former childhood teammates got together on the soccer field that day and were playing against each other for the first time. From left, Brazoswood’s Jacob Garcia and Angleton’s George Matias, Escher Babcock and Noe Martinez.
A quick start from the La Marque Cougars had Sweeny playing catch-up through their District 24-4A contest, but the host Bulldogs couldn’t climb all the way back or overcome the absence of their head coach.
STAFFORD — Shooting better than 50 percent on the night, the Class 4A No. 4-ranked Stafford Spartans were too much as they rolled past Brazosport, 81-54, in a District 25-4A contest Friday night.
FRIENDSWOOD — Facing off against Pearland in the CCISD Varsity Soccer Tournament Friday morning the Angleton Wildcats gave the Oilers everything they had but came up short, 2-1.
Knocking off rust wasn't an issue for Sweeny as the Lady Bulldogs (2-0) beat Terry 3-0 Thursday afternoon at Bulldog Stadium. The Lady Dogs kept pressure on the Lady Rangers on both sides of the pitch throughout the game — even while missing other players due to quarantining.
Brazosport Christian’s Taylor Norrell never thought in her wildest dreams that just by running track and field could get her an opportunity at running at the next level.
DANBURY — Playing with energy usually is a good thing, but when it leads to playing out of control, it leads to outcomes like Danbury’s 68-30 thumping by Hempstead in District 24-3A makeup game Thursday.
SWEENY — Nearing its first season as a high school swim team the Sweeny Bulldog swimming team has a couple of swimmers who’ve become the leaders of the squad in Mark Hillman and Gracie Bible.
Brazosport, Columbia and Sweeny swimmers gearing up will hit the pool against each other today in their last competition of the season before the District 27-5A Meet.
Keeping pace in the District 24-5A standings the Angleton Ladycats stayed in fourth place after devouring Fort Bend Willowridge on Tuesday, 62-13.
Danbury's Kamrin McKinney (1) drives the ball to the net while taking on Hempstead at Danbury High School on Thursday. The Bobcats proved to be a tough match for the Panthers, who came out with a 68-30 loss.
Danbury head coach Clarence Strawder talks to his team in a huddle during a timeout in the third quarter of a game against Hempstead at Danbury High School on Thursday.
Sweeny's Angel Sealy (10) cheers for her team from the bench after a goal was scored in the last seconds of the game against Terry at Bulldog Stadium in Sweeny on Thursday. The Lady Bulldogs won the game 3-0.
The Brazosport Exporters forced 47 turnovers in a dominating defensive performance on the way to a wire-to-wire, 103-40 win Tuesday night over visiting Bay City in District 25-4A.
ANGLETON — Missing some key pieces to its soccer squad, the Angleton Ladycats didn’t need much help against Fort Bend Hightower, cruising to an 8-0 victory at Wildcat Stadium on Tuesday.
Both juniors at their respective universities, Lamar University’s Taylor Murphy and Trinity Universities, Catherine Patterson are both hoping for their softball seasons to have an ending unlike last year’s shortened year because of COVID-19.
Six national championships since 2009. Six appearances in the seven years of the College Football Playoff. Thirty-three first-round draft picks since 2009.
Sweeny sophomore Gracie Bible and senior Mark Hillman both practice their breaststroke during swim practice at the Lake Jackson Civic Center on Wednesday.