If not for bad luck, sometimes we would not have any luck at all.
Connor Dunham did not expect to start at quarterback for Barbers Hill against Manvel. But an injury to Dalton Holland on the opening kickoff put the sophomore back behind center in the most important game of the season.
Goose Creek Memorial is trying to find its way with a number of new faces in the varsity lineup. And while there have been some bright spots, there has not been a bright result.
The Sterling basketball team spent a busy weekend rounding into shape in the McDonald’s Invitational. The Rangers broke out of pool play in Division II with a 1-1 record and landed in the silver bracket. Sterling opened its bracket with a convincing 55-35 over host Pasadena High School.
In a game where every possession counted, the Barbers Hill offense stumbled in the third quarter. And that was the opening Manvel needed.
The Sterling basketball team shook off its cobwebs quicker than Kingwood and picked up a 56-48 in its first game of pool play in the McDonald’s Invitational Thursday morning in Pasadena. Keevan Williams scored eight of his 14 points in the fourth quarter to help Sterling ice the game.
The Lee College basketball team has spent the past couple of weeks putting the pieces back together after a 0-3 start. The Rebels have strung together some wins, knocking out three in a row. But not all wins are created equal.
Throughout the offseason, Barbers Hill focused on building quarterback depth after an injury proved costly to the team’s playoff hopes last season.
The Goose Creek Memorial softball team is developing a pipeline to Drury University. Senior Cheyanne Mohler became the second Lady Patriot in three years to sign with the Missouri school. Mohler, a second team all-district selection last season, signed with the school on Wednesday.
Alex Haymon scored a game high 20 points and the Goose Creek Memorial Lady Patriots were never threatened in an easy 79-32 win over Dayton Tuesday night at the Lady Broncos Gym.
Barbers Hill and Dayton volleyball players were among those receiving honors on the All-District 21-5A team. Among those receiving special attention were two Lady Eagles and one Lady Bronco.
Goose Creek Memorial catcher Tristan Pitkin has made his plans for the immediate future. Pitkin, a first team All-District selection last season, will play baseball for junior college power Temple Junior College next season.
The 22-5A Volleyball All-District team has been released with athletes from Goose Creek Memorial, Lee and Crosby earning honors. The Lady Patriots finished fourth and the Lady Cougars were third.
Lee College has settled into the part of its schedule where it can roll out the basketball and knock out a win. Saturday, the Rebels played the part, picking up a 75-55 win against an overmatched Lone Star College-Cy Fair team.
Lessons were learned, memories made, and a team played its final game together under the lights in a brisk November wind Friday night at Stallworth Stadium. The Patriots fell 63-6 to Kingwood Park, marking the end the high school football career for 20 seniors who donned the GCM colors for f…
SANTA FE — A 28-point second half outburst by the Barbers Hill Eagles was too much for the Santa Fe Indians as they fell by a final score of 35-25 on Friday night at Joe Raitano Field.
Baytown Christian Academy wrapped up an undefeated regular season with a 63-6 win over Orange Community Christian Friday night. Richard Washington was 3 of 6 for 90 yards and two touchdowns and Jakob Wheatfall returned two interceptions for touchdowns as BCA captured its district title.
The Vidor Pirates held the ball for an astonishing 39 minutes Friday night with the rushing game and that would tell the story in a 28-7 win over the Dayton Broncos in the season finale for both teams at Ivan Croak Field.
West Brook marched through Sterling Thursday night on its way to the playoffs with a 59-7 win. The loss ended the Ranger season with a 2-8 mark. Sterling came out and competed in the first quarter but gave way by the half as the Bruins iced down sole possession of second place in District 21-6A.
The Goose Creek Memorial football team will suit up at Stallworth this evening as its seniors play in front of their parents one more time as a Patriot.
The Running Rebels felt at home in their first game within the friendly confines of the Lee College Arena.The Rebels knocked off Lone Star College-Kingwood 93-52. The Rebels improved to 1-3 after dropping their first three games in Lewisville.
Time is running out on Dayton. The Broncos have played nine games and have yet to win their first game. There have been opportunities but luck has not been a Dayton fan.
Two weeks ago, Lee head coach Tim Finn said the team had set a goal of finishing .500 for the season. Quite ambitious for a team that had not won three games total since 2013.
There will be no more Friday night lights for a group of Sterling seniors after this week. Their days of suiting up for the Ranger football program will come to an end this evening when they host West Brook. The playoffs will be for others. For these Rangers, their motivation is playing to m…
The Barbers Hill football team will go into its final district game of the season without the burden of competing for a playoff spot. Despite losing to Port Neches-Groves, the Eagles received their ticket to the postseason when Crosby fell to Nederland. Even with its playoff reservations, Ba…
The Lady Ganders are off to a quick start on the season. Lee knocked off South Houston 34-32 to improve to 2-0 on the season Tuesday night. Chloe Shelby scored 11 points and Mariah Nelson added 10 in the winning effort. Lee will return to action Thursday when it faces Dayton in the tip-off classic.
The Barbers Hill North Lady Eagles 7th Grade A team finished off a perfect season defeating the Barbers Hill South A team. The North side Eagles also took home the championship in the Barbers Hill “7A” and Goose Creek CISD “7A” tournaments. The Lady Eagles did not lose a set this season and …
Toward the end of the third quarter, the Lee student body began to chant, “I believe that we will win.” It turned out to be a little premature but both the team and students are learning how to win. Friday’s lesson was one most of the Ganders would always remember.
The purple clad warriors from Port Neches-Groves, led by Roschon Johnson rolled right over the top of Barbers Hill Friday Night at Eagle Stadium 31-14, in the much-anticipated clash between two teams in the district championship race.
The Nederland Bulldogs turned a close contest into a one-sided affair as they defeated the Crosby Cougars 45-22 at Bulldog Stadium in Nederland. With the win, the Bulldogs remain undefeated, playoff bound with a district championship battle against PN-G at the Reservation Friday night. With …
The Dayton Broncos once again played with one of the better teams in District 12-5A DII Friday night at Bronco Stadium, but once again came up a little bit short in a 43-40 loss to the Santa Fe Indians.
East Chambers enjoyed itself Friday night at the expense of Anahuac, cruising to a 57-21 win Friday night. East Chambers took a 43-0 lead into the half and held a 57-0 lead before the Panthers could find the end zone.
The Lady Ganders opened their season a good note, knocking off Milby 49-21. Chloe Shelly led the team in scoring with 17 points. Tynia Williams and Mariah Nelson each had 10 points to pace Lee, which is 1-0 heading into the second week of the season.