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CLUTE — A wheelchair athlete since he’s been at Brazoswood High School, senior Dustin Stallberg got an opportunity of a lifetime Wednesday whe…

Finishing sixth overall in the team standings of the UIL Class 5A Swimming & Diving State Meet on Saturday, the Angleton Wildcats came up short in medaling in the championship finals to finish their season.

Columbia’s Ricardo S. Garza was named the outstanding light lifter for the second Gulf Coast Powerlifting League boys meet Thursday in Hitchcock.

Only three of the 13 Brazoswood wrestlers who qualified for the Class 6A Region III Meet remain in contention for state berths after the opening day of the competition.

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Brazoswood’s 220-pound wrestler, Derek Cole, needed just 45 seconds to pin Daelon Clark from Houston Westside and become only the second region champion in program history.

 Never having played the center position before, Angleton’s Sergio Cantu excelled in the spot enough to interest some colleges in seeing him at the center of the offensive line.

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All underclassmen, the Angleton Wildcats head to the Class 5A UIL Swimming & Diving Meet with room for growth and a lot of confidence.

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