Patriotism and pride are the order of the day for Old River-Winfree Founders Day, coming Oct. 12 at the community east of Mont Belvieu.
HUTCHINSON, Kan. – Lee College’s Cinderella slipper finally fell off Tuesday night.
Beaumont West Brook’s Hastin Dugas (1) is able to score against Clear Brook during Friday’s Region III-5A playoff game at Lee College. West Brook lost 74-68.
NORTH SABINE: Redfish are fair to good at the discharge canal on peeled shrimp. Black drum are fair around rock groins. Sand trout are good in the deep holes on shrimp.
A friend of mine spent four days on the bay last week and had a hard time finding enough profitable water to float duck decoys.
The Robert E. Lee Lady Ganders moved to 8-15 overall and 1-4 in District 24-4A play with Friday night’s easy 56-23 victory over Galena Park.
When was the last time you attended a Christmas parade in flip-flops and a short-sleeved shirt? When was the last time you wore shorts under waders for a week-long stretch of goose hunting? When was the last time you set your thermostat to 70 for an entire week in December?
The Ross S. Sterling Rangers have done a lot of wacky things during their two-year run of losing football games.
LA PORTE – The La Porte Bulldogs put together their best overall game of the season in scoring an easy 52-7 victory over Beaumont West Brook a couple weeks ago.
After falling to Crosby 35-17 to open District 19-4A play, the Barbers Hill Eagles easily could have folded up their tents and started planning for next football season.
MONT BELVIEU – There’s a reason the Barbers Hill volleyball team is a perfect 11-0 in District 19-4A play, and it’s very simple: A killer instinct.
The Robert E. Lee Ganders are slowly, but surely making believers out of some long-time football fans in Baytown.
CHANNELVIEW – The North Shore Mustangs look determined to win back the District 21-5A championship they lost to La Porte a year ago here on Friday night.
CROSBY — While Crosby’s football team certainly has some offensive weapons, it paled in comparison to what Summer Creek had on display Friday night.
It wasn't as easy as most folks expected, but the Baytown Christian Academy Bulldogs managed to pull out a 24-12 victory over the winless Northside Lions in a six-man football game on Friday night at Goose Creek Memorial High School.
SHELDON – It wasn't pretty on Friday night at Crenshaw Stadium, but the Dayton Broncos stayed unbeaten at 5-0 with a 24-6 victory over C.E. King in District 19-4A football action.
MONT BELVIEU – It’s only the third game of the District 19-4A football season, but for Barbers Hill and Kingwood Park, it is the biggest game of the year.
CROSBY – Over the last three weeks, the Crosby Cougars have played football teams with a combined record of 10-1.
TMK IPSCO and the American Red Cross are saying “thank you” by inviting military personnel, their spouses and dependent children for a day at Pirates Bay Water Park.
Mackenzie Carroll pitched a no-hitter over Channelview to lead Huffman to the 11-year-old Little League softball Texas East state championship. Front row, left to right, are Mackenzie Collins, Allie Humphries, Allyse Martin, Savannah Smith, Gabbie Forlini, Mackenzie Carroll, Bethany Sousa, K…
The Dirty Bay Banditz 12U won the 2012 Nations “Premier” Ultimate World Series. The Banditz went 7-1 and hit six home runs during the tournament. During the 2012 season, the team finished 78-23-6 and won 12 of 21 tournaments. They were second in state in the USSSA tournament. Front row, from…
HOUSTON — In front of a sold-out crowd at BBVA Compass Stadium, the Houston Dynamo defeated the New York Red Bulls 2-0 on Friday to move into first place in the Eastern Conference.
Satchell McElroy, a baserunner with Chuck McElroy New Balance, is called safe at third base just ahead of Allen’s John Waling last weekend during a summer league baseball game at Robert E. Lee.
NORTH SABINE: Trout are fair to good on the Louisiana shoreline on topwaters and soft plastics. Redfish are fair on jigs tipped with shrimp around marsh drains. Some birds have worked over trout.
NORTH SABINE: Trout are fair to good on the Louisiana shoreline on topwaters and Corkies. Flounder are fair on jigs tipped with shrimp around marsh drains. Redfish are good in the marsh on topwaters and Gulps.
America’s favorite pastime has become America’s favorite nap time.
Ross S. Sterling High School had two basketball players recently sign college scholarships.
Crystal Beach on Bolivar Peninsula was a rendezvous point for hundreds of teenagers in the late ’80s. Armed with pearl and red-tailed, tandem-rigged Lil’ Fishies, my buddies and I shouldered next to a dozen other anglers wading the edge of the pass.
HUNTSVILLE – The Barbers Hill Lady Eagles finished fourth in the Region III-4A golf tournament after shooting 351-346 – 697 over the 36-hole event at Raven’s Nest Golf Course.
NORTH SABINE: Trout are fair to good on the Louisiana shoreline on topwaters and Corkies. Flounder are fair on jigs tipped with shrimp and Gulps around marsh drains.
Barbers Hill shooting guard Jo Trevino goes in for a layup in the Lady Eagles 85-31 victory over Texas City their opening game of the Gulf Coast Classic Basketball Tournament at the Barbers Hill Field House on Friday. The boys team followed up with a 76-45 win over Liberty in first round act…
The Lee College men’s basketball team will chart its course toward another playoff run when the Navigators host No. 20 nationally-ranked Panola College in a Region 14 conference match-up on Saturday.
Fresh off his team’s 12-1 TAPPS D3 Six-Man State semifinal appearance, Baytown Christian Academy Head Coach Jeromey Anderson already has his sights set on another deep run in 2023.
The Thanksgiving season isn’t just about being thankful for what we have. It’s about giving what we have, sharing our good fortune with others, for the good of us all.
Baytown Christian Academy’s football season has ended in the second round of the TAPPS six-man playoffs the past two seasons at the hands of the Bulverde Bracken Warriors.
After facing four nationally ranked teams to start the season, the Lee College men’s basketball team is heading into the holidays on a strong note.
With no local teams remaining in the UIL playoffs, Friday night football fans can catch up on the latest episodes of “Dallas” – at least they could the last time I had a fall Friday off.
Note: This is the first of a four-part series of stories profiling area high school basketball teams as the beginning of district campaigns begin.
Tied at 44 apiece with a berth in the TAPPS D3 six-man football state semifinals on the line, BCA blocked Heritage Christian’s go-ahead PAT with 4:49 remaining in the game.
Baytown area boys and girls high school basketball teams took to the hardwood for the opening rounds at the Texas Invitational Basketball Tournament in Pasadena on Thursday and Friday.
Baytown Christian Academy trailed 24-12 at halftime, but poured it on in the second half to defeat Fredericksburg Heritage 52-44 Friday in Seguin. The Bulldogs advance to the TAPPS state 6-man football semifinals.
This year’s Texas Invitational Basketball Tournament in Pasadena will once again host some of the state’s top talent that includes two Baytown area boys teams from Crosby and Barbers Hill that are ranked in the Class 5A preseason polls.
After a weekend of waiting and negotiating, Baytown Christian and its fans have a location for this weekend’s second-round playoff six-man football game against Fredericksburg Heritage.
A sizzling hot Anahuac defense and 500 yards of offense made the perfect tonic for a horrible climate on Veterans Day and the Panthers advanced past Palestine Westwood by a final score of 42-14 in the 3A bi-district playoffs.
Barbers Hill, Anahuac and Baytown Christian Academy have all advanced to this weekend’s area round of the high school football playoffs. As of press time, the schedule is as follows:
The second weekend of November brought a change of weather to Southeast Texas. Driving rain, 30 mph wind gusts and lightning filled the sky Friday night at Al Dennis Field on the campus of Sterling High School.
Making their first playoff appearance in seven years, the Dayton Broncos were right back where they needed to be. Playing in the playoffs. It was sweet as Blue Bell ice cream on your cobbler.
Longview received an early test in Friday’s Class 5A Division I bi-district football game, but scored the final six touchdowns to earn a 49-15 home playoff win against Crosby at a wind- and rain-lashed Lobo Stadium.
Baytown Sterling volleyball standout Ty Joseph signed a National Letter of Intent Thursday evening to continue her athletic career at Stephen F. Austin State University.