ANGLETON — Two more Angleton Wildcat youth football teams will take to the field this Saturday as they will play in the Bay Area Youth Association playoffs in hopes of getting to Super Bowl 44 on Dec. 19.
COVID-19 has complicated the athletics program of another Southern Brazoria County school, with Sweeny High School going virtual and canceling all extracurricular activities for the week.
ANGLETON — Aaliyah White has been a critical part of the Ladycat softball program since her sophomore year, and she intends to make her mark playing for the University of Texas-Arlington Lady Mavericks softball program.
A Southern Brazoria County staple for 25 years, Sweeny athletics director/head football coach Randy Lynch has decided to step down from both positions at the end of the year.
ANGLETON — Preparing to take out a giant, the Angleton Freshmen Wildcats will take on the top-seeded Pearland Patriots this weekend in the Bay Area Football League playoffs.
ANGLETON — A standout hitter who was a part of Angleton’s state softball championship in 2019, Ladycat Haylie Savage has committed her next four years to playing at the collegiate level.
LAKE JACKSON — The Brazosport Christian Lady Eagles are full of young talent for the 2020-21 season, and they’ll have a new head coach who isn’t new to the program.
Brazosport Christian boys basketball has a new man in charge with Derik Cooper taking over as head coach, and he’s excited about building the basketball program from the ground up after subpar seasons.
SWEENY – The West Brazos Ladies Golf Association held its 21st Annual Swing for a Cure golf tournament fundraiser in October. The response to the tournament was so strong, that it allowed the WBLGA to donate $10,000 to Sweeny Community Hospital to help patients who have diagnostic testing af…
An exceptional player for the Angleton Ladycats since her freshman year, Mia Scott ended her recruiting process by signing with one of the best college softball teams in the country.
Competing in District 27 Region IV with the likes of Brazosport, Columbia, Bay City and El Campo just to name a few teams, the program got started during a COVID-19 pandemic year.
Futschik signed her National Letter of Intent Nov. 18 at Brazoswood's multi-field sports complex, finalizing her future of becoming a Lady Comet to study biochemistry and go into the medical field.
LAKE JACKSON — The Brazoria County chapter of the Pan American Golf Association (PAGA) and one of its members recently presented two gifts worth a combined $1,500 to the Brazosport College Foundation.
FREEPORT — During the Nov. 12 meeting, the Port Freeport Commission and staff presented a check in the amount of $67,600 from the proceeds of the 9th Annual Port Freeport Golf Tournament to Bobby Fuller, director of Texas Port Ministry.
Veering away from the plan at the start wasn’t suppose to happen to Brazosport’s David Trevino at the UIL Class 4A Texas State Cross Country Championships on Tuesday afternoon, but it did and it cost him.
Facing a tough field at the UIL Class 6A Texas State Cross Country Championships, Brazoswood’s Sam Whitmarsh made quite a leap from a year ago in the final standings at Old Settlers Park on Tuesday.
CLUTE — Brazoswood has been able to find a way to win when not playing its best basketball, but that wasn’t the case against Tuesday against the Alvin Yellowjackets.
Crossing the finish line signals the end of a race for a runner, but for Brazoswood's Sam Whitmarsh it'll be the end of his cross country career at the UIL Class 6A Cross Country State Championships.
It was an ugly game for both Brazoswood and Angleton, but the Buccaneers were able to slide past the Wildcats 49-46 Monday afternoon on the road in a hard-fought game for local bragging rights in the community.
Swimming its fifth meet of the pandemic season Brazosport Lady Ships entertained Stafford and Danbury at its Tri-Meet this past Thursday at the Robert “Bob” Leffingwell Natatorium.
Taking to the road on Saturday morning the Brazosport Lady Ships are 3-1 on the season after getting themselves a 45-27 victory in non district play at Texas City.
From left, Karissa Phillips (1), Asha Strauther (3) and Skylar Bess (14) listen to head coach Valerie Soistman during a timeout in the third quarter of a game against Edna at Sweeny High School on Tuesday.
Sweeny's Tierra Pinson (22) cheers for her team in the last remaining second of the game against Edna at Sweeny High School on Tuesday. After a close fourth quarter, the Bulldogs defeated Edna 44-38.
Missing a key component to their football team the Brazosport Exporters couldn’t overcome the loss as they fell to Huffman-Hargrave 42-12 on Friday in the Class 4A D-I Area round of the playoffs at Wildcat Stadium.
FREEPORT — Having played well the past two weeks to reach the Class 4A Region III D-I football playoffs the Brazosport Exporters are now in a territory where they must be exceptional.
Brazoswood's Meghan Schwertner has been exceptional on the pitch for the Lady Bucs and for that she's been committed to the University of North Texas since last season.
Brazoswood is out of playoff contention but the Buccaneers are still motivated to compete against their next opponent in their final home game.
Brazoswood's Kaleb Manning has been a defensive leader for the Buccaneers all season and has backed that up with his play on the field. Playing defensive end, the 6-foot-1 250-pound senior highlights his success to always working — even when he doesn't have to.
The Lady Buccaneers lost to the Victoria East Lady Titans (4-1) 57-46 Tuesday night at Performance Gym in Clute. Brazoswood won the second half of the game, but couldn't get enough going to spark a comeback.