Lee College sophomore Aric Dickerson has signed his letter of intent to join the basketball program at Delaware State University.
Slots are expected to fill quickly for the Volleyball and Basketball Summer Camps at the college Sports Arena, which are directed by Lady Rebel Volleyball Head Coach Tracie Johnson and Basketball Head Coach Roy Champagne with the support of college student-athletes.
Lee College center Bertrand Nkali has signed his letter of intent to join the basketball program at the University of Houston after starting 16 games for the Rebels during his sophomore season.
Back in December, then Baytown Christian Academy head basketball coach Jeff Chenier talked about goals, dreams and even state championships in the near future.
Jeff Chenier has been looking forward to the upcoming basketball season since the clock ran out on the Bulldogs in the opening round of the postseason last February.
One is considered one of the best to ever don a Lee College uniform. The other, an offensive spark plug, who led the Rebels to their second straight NJCAA tournament.
Robert E. Lee senior guard Kaleb Hockless signs his letter of intent to join the basketball program at Lindenwood University-Belleville in Illinois. Father Kenneth Hockless, front row, from left, and mother Nancy Hockless, along with assistant coach Karl Loewen, back row, from left, Gander h…
Goose Creek Memorial senior Julian Powell signs is national letter of intent to join the basketball team at Lee College in Baytown. Joining Powell at his signing was GCM principal Michael Wahl, back row, from left, Patriots head coach Duane Fikac and Lee College head coach Roy Champagne, alo…
Makenzi May (Barbers Hill) played in 31 games and made two starts for University of Texas-Tyler this year.
Goose Creek Memorial sophomore Faith Cook was named to the 4A All-State team Thursday, becoming only the fourth second-year player in the conference to earn the distinction.
Lee College head coach Roy Champagne calls them two of the best to ever wear a Rebel uniform. On Tuesday, the college basketball world agreed.
There was a time when one of the best wide receivers to arguably ever come out of the Robert E. Lee Ganders’ football program didn’t don a jersey with a number in the teens, not even in the single digits.
When you knock off your biggest rival, the atmosphere in the locker room is supposed to be electric.
Lee College forward Deng Deng was the recipient of the Les Dixon Sportsmanship Award, as voted on by his teammates, during halftime of the Rebels’ game Saturday in Baytown. Dixon’s granddaughters, Leslie Scattone, right, and Sandi Meier presented the award.
Bryson Haggerty scored a team-high 14 points for Baytown Christian Academy and Ajani Lewis and Gavin Sabo each finished with eight in a 71-52 loss to the Warriors in the first round of the TAPPS playoffs Tuesday night in Cypress.
Derek Martin said the Lady Bulldogs first-round opponent in the postseason was “beatable.”
There’s something special going on in the gymnasium on the corner of North Main and Wallisville Road.
Jakaila Philips scored a team-high 24 points and Leah Silva chipped in with 16, but it wasn’t enough as the Lady Eagles were upended by Montgomery 64-62 in the second round of the Texas state playoffs Friday night in Houston.
With a 14-18 overall record and a 2-7 mark in district play, head coach Derek Martin wasn’t all that confident that his squad would clinch a berth in the postseason.
Tri Danley didn’t mix words when he talked about the Lady Eagles’ second-round match up against Montgomery – “It’s going to be a dog fight.”
The last time a Ross S. Sterling boys basketball team was in the playoffs, nobody on the current roster was even born.
The Goose Creek Memorial Patriots looked like a team on a mission Tuesday night at home, blowing the doors off of the Santa Fe Indians 70-36.
Kevin Fletcher knows the road to a state title is going to get tougher every week.
Trevon Hudson scored a team-high 12 points for Baytown Christian Academy and big men Gavin Sabo and Caleb Lister pitched in with nine each in a playoff-clinching 47-34 win over Logo Prep Tuesday night in Sugar Land.
I probably won’t score with a shotgun like the late Gene Hill did. Nor may I EVER even approach his ability to make you feel like you were there, following a dog, shooting birds on frosty mornings. But I wonder if he savored the sport any bit more at all than I do. When It comes to doves or …
The Anahuac Panthers football team won its first non-district contest after six failed previous attempts under second-year head coach Greg Neece with a dramatic 28-21 overtime win Friday at Bridge City.
David C. Holland, a former Ross S. Sterling High School track and field athlete was nominated in 2019 by The Baytown Carver High School Recognition & Preservation Society and is the first Ranger track athlete to be inducted by the Prairie View Interscholastic League Coaches Association (…
Barbers Hill baseball players Raithen Malone and Simon Larranaga decided to seize their futures in a time where that can easily be thrown for a loop thanks to COVID-19.
It’s time to see some pads popping as a number of area teams get a chance to see how things are shaping up on the gridiron for the upcoming season as scrimmages dot the landscape over the next few days.
The Sterling Rangers tennis team moved to 2-0 in District 22-5A and 3-2 overall as it rolled past crosstown rival Goose Creek Memorial 19-0 on its home courts Tuesday afternoon.
The Sterling High School volleyball team may have lost a lot of senior experience from a year ago, but there is no mistaking the Lady Rangers’ talent this fall.
The girls cross country season has had plenty of challenges to get off and running, especially with the COVID-19 pandemic keeping teams from their normal workout routines.
The cross country season is set to launch today and many area athletes welcome the idea of getting back on the course after six months of dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic.
It is quite a tale of opposite expectations and statuses when discussing the plans and goals of District 21-5A team tennis rivals, Barbers Hill and Crosby.
The Trinity River National Wildlife Refuge will close the Champion Lake Day Use Area today to conduct repairs for the spillway also called ‘The Rocks.’ It will be closed throughout the day and will reopen Thursday.
It’s said that the only ones who try to predict Texas weather are fools or Yankees. The closest I came to growing up in the North was spending my formative years in north Jefferson County, Texas. So, if I’m talking about the weather, that pretty well defines me.
After eight years leading the Goose Creek CISD athletic department, Dr. Bernard Mulvaney is moving into education administration as the new principal at Highlands Junior School.
The first season for Baytown Bobcats basketball may have been pushed back a few months, but the team is full steam ahead in terms of putting a management team in place.
Ava Martinez continues to roll through the sand volleyball circuit. The 11-year-old Baytonian teamed up with Claire Canon (left) of Houston and took second place at the Austin Sports Center Back-to-School Tournament. The team went 3-2 to qualify for the gold bracket. There they won their op…
It’s hunting and fishing license renewal time. All current licenses expire on August 31. Next Monday at Midnight, you’ll need new ones unless you have a fishing license that’s good for a year from the date you bought it.