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The Ball High School Tors handed the Baytown Lee Ganders their first loss of the season with a 23-13 win Friday night at Kermit Courville Stadium.

The Sterling Lady Rangers have inched closer to a Class 5A Region 3 bi-district playoff against Barbers Hill with another win against their Baytown rivals.

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If the fall golf season is any indication of how good the Barbers Hill program will do when the UIL campaign kicks off in late winter, then things could be looking quite rosey.

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Once again the Power 5 poll has remained relatively static as the better teams in the area continue to prove why they are where they are.

The cross country district meets will kick off today as Class 5A Region 3 programs will vie for three team spots in that penultimate meet before the state finals.

CHICAGO (AP) — The Houston Astros found themselves in familiar territory Monday, brushing aside comments by Chicago White Sox reliever Ryan Tepera after he implied they stole signs while winning the first two games of the AL Division Series in their ballpark.

The Crosby Cougars football train appears to be more than well on track once again.

The Anahuac Panthers hope for adding to its five-game win streak came crashing down Friday when rivals East Chambers came to town and pulled off a 24-10 District 10-3A I win.

SANTA FE - The Dayton Broncos rolled up 410 yards of total offense in a 41-0 pounding of Santa Fe on Friday night at Indians Stadium in District 12-5A II action.

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The Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference announced its 30th anniversary softball team and one of its nearly three dozen members happens to hail from Baytown.

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There was a bit more movement than usual this week in the Power 5 as a number of teams took some losses, but also did so behind some powerful performances.

The Sterling Rangers were narrowly nipped for the District 22-5A title Tuesday, but didn’t go down without a fight.

Crosby looks to win 4th straight

Anahuac will attempt to take history by storm as the Panthers continue to trend in a positive direction.

The 18th annual Barbers Hill Sports Hall of Honor held its newest induction ceremony Saturday at the BHISD Leadership Support Center’s J. Justin Jenson Conference Room as three new members have been immortalized.

MONT BELVIEU – It was a game befitting of a rivalry as the Barbers Hill Eagles and Crosby Cougars met up Friday night in a District 12-5A II clash.

Panthers 5-1, clinch third straight .500 or better regular season

The Baytown Christian Bulldogs dropped their second straight decision, 59-30 to Victoria Cobra Home School Friday night.

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For full recaps check back here over the weekend or read Tuesday's print edition of the Sun

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After a tough home loss two nights earlier against Blinn College, the Lady Rebels of Lee College found their retribution Thursday evening.

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As the fall season moves into October and the final month of action before the postseason begins for cross country, tennis, volleyball and then football, the area Power 5 poll continues to remain relatively static.

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Many boat ramps across the state are closed, and more could be in jeopardy unless we get a “flat rock rain” that will add runoff. Until that happens, lakes like Buchanan and Travis in Central Texas and others are receding and becoming dangerous to navigate due to newly exposed rocks with mor…

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The Goose Creek Memorial and Robert E. Lee tennis teams are tied with 3-3 District 22-5A records, but the Patriots have the tiebreaker after a 16-3 win Wednesday against their rival Ganders.

A year ago Crosby inflicted heavy defeat or visiting rivals Barbers Hill in route to a Class 5A-II state title game run.

Anahuac heads to Hardin 7:30 p.m. Friday with a chance to clinch a third-straight .500 regular season under head football coach Greg Neece.