The Robert E. Lee High School Theater Department will open its season with a tribute to the Hispanic population of Lee and Baytown with a Fiestas Patrias celebration.
The Goose Creek Memorial High School girls cross country team finished second out of 13 teams in the Dayton Bronco Invitational Cross Country Meet. Senior Rebekah Kleinhenz finished fifth and junior Vanessa Mendoza was seventh. Junior Tania Rodriguez also did well, placing 10th. The JV team …
The Baytown Christian Academy football team had to wait a day to play Conroe Covenant because of field conditions. Once the game went off Saturday, the Bulldogs made short work of their opponents, ending the game with the mercy rule by halftime.
Crosby graduate Raelon Singleton caught a pass for an 18-yard touchdown for the University of Houston in its 63-49 loss to Texas Tech. Singleton transferred from the University of Utah in the offseason. Houston fell to 2-1 on the season.
It usually rains enough right before dove season to fill ponds and puddles and scatter the doves. Occasionally, a hurricane in the Gulf comes ashore and inundates part of the state, ruining dove hunting as it did in coastal areas last year.
In recent years, the Lee Ganders have been on the wrong side in plenty of ugly losses. So no one was about to apologize for raining on Galena Park’s Homecoming parade Friday night.
As a tropical depression moved out of town Friday night leaving a perfect night for football, a different kind of depression rolled in on Kingwood Park in the form of two prized bulls on the Eagle defense. As a result, Barbers Hill was never in trouble, cruising to a 41-24 victory.
Everything that could have went wrong in the first half on Friday night for the Dayton Broncos did in a 48-16 loss to New Caney Porter in the final non-district for both teams at Texan Drive Stadium.
The hard work and effort the Rangers have put into practice under new coach Robert Toomer have been rewarded with a win. Sterling closed out Aldine Nimitz in the fourth quarter to take a 44-34 win Friday night. The offense was once again potent with Calvin Hill adding 300 yards to his total.…
The Lee tennis team notched a come from behind win against Galena Park Wednesday, edging the district rival 10-9. Titus Batongmalaki won the deciding match to give the Ganders in a win in a match where they had a line-up change because of an injury.
Typically, football coaches visit service clubs to provide insight on the upcoming season. But the Rotary Club received a fresher update on the season Wednesday afternoon.
There are some teams that like to raise four fingers entering the fourth quarter signifying their determination to finish strong. For Goose Creek Memorial, the number four will have a different meaning Friday night.
The Barbers Hill football program put the train back on the track last week with a 42-21 win over Montgomery. The Eagles were able to pass the ball effectively and closed the game out strong to even their record at 1-1.
I sat next to a stranger at a sportsmen’s club luncheon last week. I asked my tablemate if he was a hunter. He readily admitted he was, but then qualified it.
Sterling fans might want to head out to the stadium on Friday nights in bigger numbers this season. Calvin Hill is a senior and time is running out on his high school career.
On an exceptionally humid Friday night at Veterans Memorial Stadium in Pasadena, the Goose Creek Memorial Patriots suffered a disappointing 43-16 loss to the South Houston Trojans.
Lee College continued preparation for region play with some solid competition in its Invitational this weekend. The Rebels opened play with a 25-23, 25-17, 25-16 loss to No. 18 Polk State. LC rebounded with a win over Cisco.Lee College had an opportunity to draw first blood in its match agai…
The Wildcats scored late in the fourth quarter to break a tie and take a 34-27 win over Lee Friday night. Ijenea Wooley led Lee, completing 15 of 29 passes for 288 yards and one interception. He also carried the ball 12 times for 136 yards and three touchdowns. Ja’Kenan Davis also had a big …
Dayton — It was a game of many chances for the Dayton Broncos Friday night, but too many mistakes cost Dayton as the Galena Park Yellowjackets left town with a 13-6 win.
Sterling opened district competition with a 25-19, 25-10, 25-13 win over Beaumont United Friday. Jasmine Moore and Brooke Benoit were named the players of the game for the Lady Rangers. Moore had 15 kills and Benoit had 15 assists and six digs.
In recent years, any talk of a winning streak at Lee would have been with raised eyebrows or ignored. The Ganders were to busy simply trying to win a game, much less string a couple of wins together. After posting two wins in the past four seasons, the Ganders have broken out with a convinci…
After suffering lop-sided losses in the first week of the season, Barbers Hill and Montgomery will enter Friday night looking for a win like a dog looking for a bone.
The Barbers Hill Lady Eagles made quick work of Dayton Tuesday night 25-22, 25-18, and 25-12 in the district opener for both schools. The first game was the best of the match as both teams went back and forth with some long volleys. Barbers Hill jumped out to an early 11-6 lead off a kill by…
The Lee College volleyball team got its first taste of action this weekend and jumped into the fire headfirst. The Lady Rebels posted a 2-3 record while playing some of the best teams in the nation. The team will jump back into action this weekend when it hosts the Lee College Invitational. …
Crosby had a big presence in the Houston and Rice football game. Austin Walter had 19 carries for 68 yards and four receptions for 70 yards. Aston Walter carried 3 times for 16 yards and had one reception for 15 yards. REL grad Joseph Dill started at right guard for Rice.
The last four years have not been the kindest to the Lee football program. But Friday night, the Ganders resembled one of those squads that piled up yards and made playoff runs.
Sterling made its share first-game mistakes and carried defensive struggles into the season in a 48-28 loss to Clear Creek Friday evening. The Rangers gave up 554 yards of offense and muffed two kickoffs in jumping out to a 0-1 start on the season.
For one half, the Goose Creek Memorial football team resembled the team that has posted one win in the past two years. In the other half, the Patriots looked closer to the team they want to become.
Sometimes the best way to get that horrible taste out of your mouth is to eat something different. And eating something different, namely a win, is what the Crosby Cougars did Friday night at Texan Stadium.
The Friendswood Mustangs scored the final 15 points in the last 4:22 of the game to overcome a Dayton two-point lead and take a 33-20 win over the Broncos Friday night in a non-district affair at Houston Methodist Field at Bronco Stadium.