The family will receive friends from 5 – 8 p.m., with a Rosary at 7 p.m. on Thursday, August 25, 2011, at Crespo & Jirrels, located at 6123 Garth Road. Funeral services will be held at ten o’clock on Friday at St. Joseph Catholic Church, 1907 Carolina St., Baytown, with Father Dwight Can…
The Lee College basketball team has earned its share of national attention this season. Now, it’s the Navigators leader that is in the spotlight.
Two things are certain when Goose Creek Memorial and Barbers Hill meet on the hardwood. The atmosphere will be electric, and the play on the court will be intense.
The Lee College Navigators, who are ranked No. 9 in the country, showed a packed home crowd why they’re No. 1 in Region XIV Wednesday night.
Barbers Hill point guard Dalanna Carter caught the eyes of many statewide and nationally as she was nominated for the 2023 McDonald’s All-American girls’ team
Mario “Crash” Delgado, Jaime Acosta and David “Wheel” Acosta, members of the original Baytown Hawks softball team, will be inducted this weekend into the Fast Pitch Legends Hall of Fame of Greater Houston.
The Lee College Navigators put on an offensive showcase in their highest scoring game this season in a dominating 111-78 victory over Jacksonville College on the road Saturday night.
The spring tennis season is in full swing as the Sterling and Goose Creek Memorial tennis teams competed in the Barbers Hill Varsity Tournament last weekend.
Playing in a constant rain on Saturday morning at the Highway 90 Classic in Dayton, the Crosby Cougars got a goal in each half to knock off the Lufkin Panthers 2-0 to advance to the semifinal round of the tournament and winning their group.
In two years as head coach of the Lee College basketball program, Nick Wade’s team is gaining respect around the country as they enter the second half of Region 14 conference play on Saturday.
Barbers Hill soccer player Martin Navarro (10) dashes downfield, while Rafael Magdaleno (17) runs interference during the the Eagles game with Huffman Hargrave on Tuesday night. The Eagles won 4-0.
Registration is underway for interested former players that want to participate in the Lee High School Alumni Game at 1:30 p.m. on Feb. 18 at Herrington Field. The game is being sponsored by the Lee Baseball Booster Club. The cost to register is $30 and can be paid through CashApp: $RELBaseb…
Lee College’s mens basketball team played host to the Lamar State-Port Arthur Seahawks Saturday afternoon at Lee College Arena. The Navigators held a one-point lead heading into halftime and survived and late rally by the opportunistic Seahawks to win their 11th straight game and remain unde…
The Goose Creek Memorial boys basketball team continues to roll as they dominated Baytown Lee 70-40 in front of the Patriots’ home crowd on Friday and remain at the top of District 17-5A with a 5-0 record.
The Lee College mens basketball team traveled to Paris Junior College for the final game of cross-conference play and earned their 10th consecutive victory by defeating the Dragons 65-48 on Wednesday night.
The 2023 version of the Goose Creek Memorial Girls Soccer Tournament was held Thursday through Saturday at the GCM field. The Lady Patriots defeated North Shore in the opening game and advanced to the semifinal round to face C.E. King. In top photo, GCM’s Kennedy Tristan stands her defensive…
Perhaps it was not the results the Sterling Lady Rangers were looking for as they faced Dayton on Tuesday, but trailing 2-1 late in the game it was a Asanah Gordon goal with just four minutes remaining in the game that sent the Lady Rangers home with a 2-2 tie.
Barbers Hill continued to show why the Eagles are the state’s 12th ranked Class 5A girls basketball team as they overpowered Port Neches-Groves 73-37 during their away game on Tuesday.
Another busy weekend of soccer in Baytown will take place Thursday through Saturday as eight varsity girls teams will participate in the Goose Creek Memorial 2023 Patriot Classic tournament.
The Winnie Brown Gymnasium was packed on Tuesday night as the Sterling Rangers faced cross-town rival Goose Creek Memorial, which came into the game as the top team in District 17-5A. The game was intense as shown by this battle for possession among GCM’s Aiden Purcell and Sterling’s Kealon …
Here at Gulf Coast Bird Observatory, each year from December 14 through January 5th, staff members participate in several Christmas Bird Counts throughout the state of Texas. The counts are a way to determine wintering population numbers of various species within a specific area. They are co…
My grandson told me once that he just wanted to take his hand-me-down 870 Remington 20-gauge shotgun and walk through the woods hunting game. He preferred that to sitting in a stand waiting for something to happen. I remembered having similar thoughts as a kid his age every time we passed th…
Trinity Valley Community College walked into Lee College Arena with one victory on the season and something to prove against the No. 16 ranked Navigators.
Goose Creek Memorial’s boys basketball team is hitting their stride, defeating Crosby 49-45 at home on Friday and remaining undefeated at the top of the District 17-5A standings.
The Goose Creek Memorial girls soccer team captured first place in the Battle of the Brush Soccer Tournament in Pleasanton near San Antonio. The team finished with a 4-1 record at the event and earned enough points to advance to the Gold Bracket championship and won the title with a 3-2 adva…
Montgomery Lake Creek took the prizes both for traveling the farthest and the longest joy ride home Saturday after winning the championship of the GCCISD Varsity Invitational boys soccer tournament in Baytown.
Montgomery Lake Creek took the prizes both for traveling the farthest and the longest joy ride home Saturday after winning the championship of the GCCISD Varsity Invitational boys soccer tournament.
The winner of Saturday’s 4 p.m. championship at the GCCISD Varsity Classic today at Sterling High School will be one of four teams: Lake Creek or Kempner, Friendswood, of Aldine Davis.
The Lee College Navigators rang in the new year with a key 86-66 victory over Navarro College and moving up to No. 16 in the National Junior College Athletic Association basketball rankings.