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Columbia’s Nick Cardwell knew that he wanted to keep playing baseball, so he wasn’t surprised when he wound up at Coastal Bend College in Beeville.

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Brazoswood alumnus and Houston Cougar Jacob Borow competed at the 111th Texas Amateur Golf Championship over the weekend and even though he didn't win the event, he came back with some positives for the future.

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A two-sport athlete through his seasons at Columbia High School, Garrett Irwin knew right away which sport he wanted to pursue playing in college.

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Brazoswood cross country started its practice Tuesday morning at Lake Jackson Intermediate and they're sticking to the summer schedule they've have since June.

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Brazosport head football coach Mark Kanipes is hitting the fundamentals hard in his team’s first week of practice after having less time than usual in the offseason with his players.

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WEST COLUMBIA — There haven’t been many mothers and daughters sharing the same basketball sideline as coaches through the years.

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WEST COLUMBIA — The Grit Games, an obstacle course racing event, returned for the third year Saturday morning and the weather added another obstacle in the competitors’ way at Grit Fitness.

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After a long summer of just strength and conditioning, volleyball players will return to the court on Monday with Brazosport, Columbia, Sweeny and Danbury getting things rolling.

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Local cross country teams are preparing to start workouts Monday and most of the teams are bringing back a regional competitor.

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WEST COLUMBIA — Endurance and strength will be the main points of contention when it comes to the third annual Grit Games this weekend in West Columbia.

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DANBURY — Jumping at the opportunity for her first head coaching position, Taylor Osoianu will take over the Danbury Lady Panther volleyball team this season.

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College football is still in play for the 2020-2021 season, but the changes to how it will be played is what football fans need to know. The biggest conferences will play conference-only schedules with some variations.

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A year ago, Phillip Dustin Lacaze was basking in the scenery of the Montana mountains playing baseball for the Missoula Paddleheads in the Rookie Advanced Ball League.

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It could be a while before minor league baseball players get back on the diamond after their major league clubs washed out this season because of the COVID-19.

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As the 2020 high school football season approaches there are just so many unknowns because of the COVID-19 pandemic that hit the nation back in March. Still the release of the 2020 Dave Campbell’s Texas Football Magazine gives some a hope that possibly Friday Night Lights could continue in the Lone Star state despite the coronavirus.

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The second annual 2020 BACH Fishing Tournament which helps Early Childhood Intervention for special needs kids with cerebral palsy, autism and down syndrome along with other needs will take place this week at Surfside Marina.

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Looking to give some war time veterans a weekend of relaxation and fun the Southern Outdoor Dreams family based nonprofit organization did just that with a three day weekend getaway, July 10-12.

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ANGLETON — The Angleton girls basketball team came off a season where it barely missed the playoffs in District 24-5A, and a new coach is coming on board in hoped of putting the Ladycats over the top next season.

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By this time, the Houston Astros have already started their coronavirus-shortened 2020 Major League Baseball season after opening Friday against the Seattle Mariners.

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The tropical weather we received last weekend did wonders for our bays by driving tides almost 3 feet above normal and pushing out nagging southwest winds of July.

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Facing elimination since the second round of the District 31 2020 6U South State Softball Tournament, the West Columbia Xplosion showed grit, coming all the way back from elimination to win the state title.