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It is a quick journey to the good old days. Not exactly a revelation for many but a sobering thought personally based on the realization it has been 30 years since Comanche High School kicked a group of us troublemakers out the door.

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Every Thursday, loyal food fans are treated to food recommendations in the print copy of The Baytown Sun. Known as Hot Spots, venues that advertise on the page are those most typically visited. We go sample the goods and describe it in what is hopefully an interesting and entertaining manner.

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Tim Tebow is not the first professional athlete to switch gears and try another sport. In fact, it happens all the time. There are a number of baseball players that washed out and reappeared as quarterbacks at the college level. Michael Jordan stepped away from basketball in his prime to pla…

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It was about midway through the baseball season that I looked up Barbers Hill head coach David Denny’s baseball career at the University of Texas. And it was quite an impressive list of accomplishments.

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Like many Oklahomans, I will remember where I was the day I learned Bob Stoops was going to resign as the head coach of the University of Oklahoma.

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For all its perceived problems, the Big 12 has been doing it right when it comes to the most important argument of all.

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It happened earlier than expected, but there was a passing of the torch last Friday night. And all evidence indicates the future of Barbers Hill softball is secure.

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Dayton was the place for a long day of soccer Thursday and the Highway 90 Classic tournament kicked off featuring Sterling, Barbers Hill and Crosby’s boys teams.

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Despite some strong starts for a number of local soccer teams, this week’s Power 5 poll remains relatively unchanged.

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At the annual Texas Bowl at NRG Stadium, Dick Olin, third from left front row, was honored as a Gridiron Legend. The program, sponsored by the Texas Bowl, honors individuals “who have made a significant contribution to  the game of football in Texas, either at the high school, collegiate or …

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The Goose Creek Memorial girls soccer team rolled to a 4-0 home win over visiting Pasadena Memorial Tuesday night and are now 4-1.

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The Robert E. Lee Lady Ganders lost their seventh straight contest after playing a competitive first quarter with District 22-5A leaders Manvel Friday night.

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The Rangers Soccer Classic hit a snag on the third and final day due to a lengthy storm that caused havoc to the schedule.

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For a team that lost a vast majority of its starters to graduation, the Robert E. Lee girls soccer team will expect to go through some growing pains this year.

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The big three of seniors Sam Bradford, Avant Coleman and Dariyus Woodson were at it again Tuesday night for Goose Creek Memorial basketball.

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A late rally fell just short as the Goose Creek Memorial girls basketball team dropped a tense, 49-48 home decision to Aldine Nimitz Thursday to wrap the 2021 part of the basketball calendar.

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The Lee College Running Rebels got back to basics as they used a 17-0 run early in the first half to help ease to a 93-74 win over the visiting Houston Gladiators Tuesday night.

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For now, the Power 5 will be dominated by basketball for at least this and next week’s poll as soccer expects to make its mark beginning at the beginning of 2022 next week.

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In a coaching pinch, just call for the principal. E.F. Green principal Ernest Brooks recently stepped in to lead the Lady Owls basketball program for just a brief moment in time to help a comrade with a dilemma.

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The Crosby girls soccer team found its way into the Class 5A bi-district round of the playoffs a year ago and there is plenty of reason to suspect more good things could be in store this year.