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It started as a toy run years ago but eventually turned into a fishing tournament as well in order to raise funds for a toy run.

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A late season push by Coastal Bend College’s baseball team got them into their first NJCAA JUCO World Series . It was quite a ride for a couple of former Sweeny Bulldogs as Kaiden Beaty and Cord Filipp witnessed it first hand.

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A team of campers react after eighth-grader Noah Wallace defeated one of the basketball coaches one-on-one during the youth basketball camp hosted at Columbia High School.

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The Columbia Roughneck camp hosted a few campers as Davis Windsor (basketball) takes on one of the coaches in a one-on-one game Wednesday at the Columbia High School gym.

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West Columbia sixth-grader Noah Muirheid keeps the ball away from other players during a basketball scrimmage at Columbia Roughneck Basketball camp at Columbia High School.

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ANGLETON 15, ALVIN 7: Playing at the 10-year-old Little League Tournament in Lake Jackson on Friday, Angleton defeated Alvin taking the lead late.

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In the team's final at-bat trailing 14-13 in the bottom of the sixth inning, West Columbia, who lost a thriller 6-5 thriller to Palacios on Friday in the opener of the double-elimination tournament, did not want to go home.

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Nail was named the district’s most valuable player, and this week, he was named a Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association first-team 4A All-State selection.

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From a junior transfer to a designated hitter who was coming off a great junior varsity season to a utility player who can literally play every where is what is comprised of this season’s The Facts Southern Brazoria All County individual honors.

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Albeit not the state tournament his predecessor took his team to, Howell’s Bulldogs still dominated District 25-4A play and advanced to the regional tournament as the push to reach that state-bound level continues.

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LAKE JACKSON — It was a dreadful top of the fourth inning that put Angleton in a hole they could not recover from on Thursday in the District 36 Senior Little League series against Brazoria.

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It was a tough week to decide where to fish. It gets that way in June when winds calm to below 10 knots, and the entire bay and beachfront becomes emerald green.

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The Angleton All-Stars needed four innings to take care of Brazoria after plating runs in the first, third and fourth frames.

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Second team: Brazoswood Taylor Seay pitcher; Danbury Colton Warmack catcher; Sweeny Colby Douget 1B; Brazosport Jayden Silbas 2B; Angleton Braydon Tate 3B; Columbia Kade Reynolds SS; OF Brazoswood Hagan Bundick; Angleton Damian Robinson; Columbia Jeremiah Vogel.

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Looking to qualify for the 12U National World Series the B County Rangers from Freeport, Angleton and West Columbia will compete at the 12U State Tournament in Beaumont this weekend.

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Leading Angleton's District 24-5A selections were first-team honorees in pitcher Ashton Tweedle, third baseman Braydon Tate and designated hitter Aydin Nolasco.

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LAKE JACKSON — Behind the sturdy pitching of Brazoria’s Tucker Kozak, the Senior Division squad rode his arm to a run-rule 15-5 victory against Angleton on Wednesday at Suggs Field.

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A majority of the Southern Brazoria County teams are from District 18 or District 36. Playing ball in the 12u brackets will be Angleton, Brazoria, Lake Jackson, Sweeny and West Columbia

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That success garnered the Bulldogs (8-0, 24-5-1) several selections on the all-district team, and Brazosport and Columbia also had selections.

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Wrapping up her third season as the Sweeny Lady Dog assistant softball coach, Darrian Harris never imagined taking over a team would come so soon for her.

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Finishing in second place in District 24-3A the Danbury Panthers certainly had a good season that they could be proud of.

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Baseball players are lined up as they work on their batting stances Wednesday at the youth baseball camp at Brazoswood High School.

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Levi Dworacek, 10, catches a ball Wednesday at the youth baseball camp hosted by the Brazoswood baseball team. The campers worked on various skills including catching, throwing and bunting.

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Participants of the Brazoswood youth baseball camp gather Wednesday to listen to head coach Michael Cressman at Brazoswood High School.

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Eli Hemmen, 10, learns the proper stance to bunt a ball Wednesday during the youth baseball camp at Brazoswood High School.

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A young baseball player swings at a whiffle ball at Brazoswood’s youth baseball camp Wednesday at Brazoswood High School.

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BOLING — With all facets of their game clicking, the Sweeny 9-year-old all-stars finished off Palacios, 7-1, with a sweep to win the District 18 Little League championship Friday at Boling Little League Field.

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Continuing the selection process for The Facts Southern Brazoria All County softball team nine different local players filled out the first team.

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Second team: Braylynn Henderson, Columbia pitcher; Taylor Barton, Brazoswood catcher; Lizet Jimenez, Brazosport first; Cristina Del Hierro, Brazoswood second; Brynlee Auer, Danbury third; Madison Hornback, Columbia, shortstop; OF, Raelyn Kinard, Brazoswood; Ary Cruz, Angleton; Taylor Henken,…

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Following their series-clinching win against National League Central foe Cincinnati on Wednesday, the Brewers are 14-4 since Adames donned the blue and yellow uniform May 22.

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It was another exciting season of District 24-5A softball as the Angleton Ladycats once again had a formidable team making it all the way into the playoffs.

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The Angleton 7U All-Star coach-pitch Little League team advanced to the second round and will meet Lamar Blue today at George Park in Richmond. Angleton went 3-1, beating Alvin, 11-4, in the championship game to advance. Players are Rocky Laird Jr., Luis Cantu, Nathan Martinez, Noah Escobedo…

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Vying for the top of the District 25-4A standings in 2021 was a challenge for Sweeny, Columbia and Needville as all three teams shared the district title with 10-2 marks.

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After winning the Area 1 Tournament Monday, the Sweeny 9-year-old All-Star team will vie for the District 18 title, which starts today in Boling.

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Five Columbia Lady ‘Neck senior golfers wrapped up their final high school season on the links this past year. From left, Columbia golf head coach Jake Carr, Elizabeth Alexander, Claire Kondra, Alexis Presley, Brinley Hardwick and Allie Damborsky. They participated in 30 tournaments, winning…