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Hurricane Nicholas has impacted the local sports calendar for the next few days. With most of the Southern Brazoria County schools closed today, others might go until the end of this week.

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Playing setter a majority of her volleyball career, Marissa Soistman never thought her career would go as it did at the New Jersey Institute of Technology.

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After he retired from being a Border Patrol agent, Bryon Potter took up full-time parenting and part-time work on his 40-acre ranch in Bellville with his teenage children. As a single parent with his children Luke and Josephine involved in sports, Bryon’s time with his family was short, especially with Luke set to attend college soon. And with the kids wanting to play another sport, the Potters reached a compromise.

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A scoreless first half and a three-touchdown third quarter were too much for Brazosport to overcome in Friday’s home opener to Vidor.

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A gentle giant who loomed bigger than most of his friends growing up, LaWayne Ross will leave behind a gaping hole in many people’s lives because of his passing this past Tuesday due to COVID-19.

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KATY — After rolling to victories in their first two games of the season, the wheels came off early Friday night for the Brazoswood Buccaneers.

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The Danbury Panthers will try to get back on track after last week’s resounding loss in Katy. They will head to Hull-Daisetta for a non district clash against the Bobcats.

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When Brazosport Christian and Grace Christian Academy faced off in a five-set thriller and in a tournament match, each in August, one notable person did not play in that match.

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Brazoswood and Cinco Ranch enter their Week 3 matchup with a few similarities. Both programs have struggled the last few years, compete in a tough district and are out to a 2-0 start to their respective seasons.

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Before the season began, Brazoswood coach Danny Youngs said he needed production from his wide receivers group after losing returner Kade Bengtson to an injury.

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Looking for its third consecutive victory the Angleton Wildcats will celebrate homecoming this Friday as they take on Houston Milby.

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A gamer who enjoyed putting his best out there for his teammates, Blake Subinsky, will be sorely missed not only by close family but so many friends he encountered along the way.

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Brazosport Christian has had a long time to correct its mistakes from its season opener and the Eagles hope the extra time studying and practice helps.

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Life is more than the personal accolades or being the best player on a team. For Brazosport Christian junior volleyball player Serena Aad, it’s about being a beacon of light that serves others around her with the strength of God.

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It was a good tune-up for the district schedule. Brazoswood cruised by the first two sets of Tuesday’s non-district match against Mayde Creek and overcame adversity in the third to beat the Lady Rams in straight sets, 25-22, 25-17, 25-21.

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Running its first 5K of the season the Angleton cross-country teams ran the Goehring Invitational on a muddy course.

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It wasn’t that the defenses didn’t show up. They just were no match for the offenses.

Angleton and Alief Taylor combined for almost 1,000 yards of offense Friday night at Wildcat Stadium in a high-scoring exhibition that ended with the home team pulling out a 49-41 victory.

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Reid Mitchell had ice in his veins Friday. The Brazoswood senior kicker accounted for eight of his team’s 20 points in the Buccaneers game against Baytown Sterling at Hopper Field.

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For the Angleton Wildcats to keep growing, they need the valuable reps only produced from playing on Friday nights.

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A four-year starter for the Angleton Ladycats on the basketball court (2008-2011), Andrea Carter separated herself from others because of her emotional investment in the game.

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In a world currently full of turmoil and struggles, there is a feel-good story at Columbia High School. While everyone is still yearning for their sense of normalcy, the Roughnecks co-offensive coordinator Jacob Harton found his last week when he returned to a once familiar place — the sideline.

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Danbury prepared for this scenario, and the Panthers will see if the hard work pays dividends. When the offseason started, the Danbury coaching staff wanted to maximize the use of their smaller roster by preparing every player for the varsity level speed to add depth and withstand the fatigue a two-platoon team typically faces.

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From playing a 2020 playoff team in last week’s season opener to playing a team that has not won a game in more than a year, Columbia will have to stay focused not to overlook its Week 2 opponent.

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What was suppose to be the 33rd meeting between the Brazosport Exporters and Sweeny Bulldogs on the gridiron turned a bit sour Wednesday afternoon after Sweeny High School shut down completely.

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Practice makes perfect. Angleton Christian coach Suzy Ford said following Tuesday’s TCLA District 6-2A matchup with Texas Christian, her team had worked hard on their serving throughout the season, and the results were evident on their home floor.

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At 6-foot-3, 266 pounds, Charlie Johnson was a beast at nose tackle during his time in the NFL from 1977 to ’84. His determination, hustle and quickness off the line bought him eight seasons in the National Football League with the Philadelphia Eagles and Minnesota Vikings.

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Hoping to make it 2-0 in District 24-5A, the Angleton Ladycats ran into a tough Fort Bend Hightower bunch Tuesday as they got swept 25-12, 25-19, 25-19.

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As the lone senior on the team, Angleton’s right side player Kara Shannon already knew that for the Ladycats to turn around a floundering volleyball program, a lot of pressure was going to fall on her shoulders.

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The reigning Jerry Rice Award winner has been nominated for various preseason accolades and appears on college football watch lists as he enters his sophomore season at the University of Incarnate Word.