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The Barbers Hill girls volleyball team kept rolling as the state No. 2 ranked team defeated Baytown Sterling in three sets 25-17, 25-14, 25-12 at the Barbers Hill Field House last Friday.

The tailgating outside the stadium and skydivers delivering the game ball to a raucous cow bell-shaking fan base. The girls wearing their mums left no doubt, it was homecoming night in Crosby.

Baytown Christian Academy scored on its first two plays from scrimmage in 6-man football action against Grace Christian Friday night and won 50-0.

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The Anahuac Panthers scored their highest point total of the season last Friday in a 65-12 boat race past the Hardin Hornets and now face perhaps their toughest regular-season challenge this Friday in District 10-3A-1 favorite Orangefield.

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The Baytown Lee Ganders got back on the winning track in a big way with an impressive offensive showing in their 51-13 victory against Goose Creek Memorial at Baytown's Stallworth Stadium on Friday night.

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La Porte, given an outside chance of reaching the playoffs this year, knocked off another higher rated team Friday, scoring three straight TDs in the second half to catch and hold off Barbers Hill 34-27.

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The high-octane offense of Port Arthur Memorial was hitting on all cylinders as the Titans cruised to a 47-7 victory over Baytown Sterling on Thursday night at Stallworth Stadium. 

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The Dayton Broncos were looking to make a splash with undefeated Santa Fe in town to play before a packed homecoming crowd in the District 9-5A, Division 2 opener for both teams. 

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Sterling’s Brock Glasscock was the first across the finish line in last Friday’s Bulldog Invitational at La Porte, leading the Rangers to a third-place team finish.

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Just when it appeared the Baytown Lee Ganders were poised to rally past La Porte Friday night, the Bulldogs turned the tables.

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Week 4 has been circled on the BCA schedule since offseason workouts. The opponent, Bryan St. Joseph’s Catholic, was supposed to provide BCA its toughest test of the regular season.

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The Sterling Ranger offense could not get anything going until its final drive of the night and that usually is not a good thing.

The 19th annual Barbers Hill Sports Hall of Honor will induct four new members at a special ceremony this Saturday at the BHISD Leadership Support Center’s J. Justin Jenson Conference Room.

The Lee College Navigators, 13-5 in the early season, play six matches in three days this weekend, including hosting the Friday-Saturday Lee College Volleyball Invitational.

The Barbers Hill Eagles are looking to knock Crosby out of the top spot in the Houston Chronicle’s Class 5A rankings as they host the Cougars at 7 p.m. Friday at Eagle Stadium.

It was, in a very small sample size, the game of the year in District 8-5A, Division 1 and Crosby running back Levi Fontenot was a big reason his Cougars toppled Baytown Lee 41-21.

CROSBY - The Crosby Cougars definitely flexed their offensive muscle against the Lee Ganders.

As tough as Friday’s 69-17 loss to La Porte was for Goose Creek Memorial football fans to watch, read or hear about, Patriots first-year head coach Daniel Ragsdale saw plenty of favorables from his players.

Lee’s Kenzi Forman, left, gets a high toss for her serve and Evan Graham, right, eyes the ball against Barbers Hill in team tennis matches Friday Sept. 9 at Lee High School.  

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Overcoming the handicap of being without its returning offensive player of the year and the challenge of taking on the state’s No. 9-ranked team in Class 3A, Division 2, the Anahuac Panthers went to work Friday night.

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Four turnovers, two blocked punts and a lot of wide-open La Porte receivers won the night for the Bulldogs Friday as they opened District 8-5A play with a 69-17 beatdown of Goose Creek Memorial in La Porte.

Crosby's Hailee Sauceda hits a forehand return in a team tennis match against Port Neches-Groves on Friday Sept. 9 at Crosby High School.ss

Phillip Young serves for Lee's tennis team in a Friday Sept. 9 team tennis match against Barbers Hill at Lee High School.

If you find yourself looking for an exciting, fast paced, high scoring, new brand of football, make your way over to the campus of Baytown Christian Academy and Bulldog Field this fall.