Bars and restaurants across Baytown were filled for lunch yesterday to watch the United States advance to the knockout stage after a 1-0 loss to Germany.
A 22-yard free kick in the 19th minute put Pasadena Memorial over the top of the Ross S. Sterling boys soccer squad 1-0 on Friday, eliminating the Rangers from the playoffs in the first round.
Two set pieces created two goals for Texas City as it beat Baytown Goose Creek Memorial’s girls soccer squad 2-0 on Friday night.
A first-half goal by Jarod Mondesir was all the Patriots needed as they beat Houston Northbrook 1-0 Tuesday night.
It took 48 minutes for the No. 3 team in the state Kingwood Park to score on the Baytown Lee girls’ soccer squad and scored one more 10 minutes later in Tuesday night’s first round match up.
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.
A 4-0 victory over Port Arthur Memorial Wednesday night was massive for the Ross S. Sterling girls soccer squad as wind conditions hit critical levels on the field as well as emotions with senior night in play.
For the third straight year, the Goose Creek Memorial Patriots girls’ soccer team are district champions with a 3-0 win over Robert E. Lee Monday night.
After North Shore scored just 39 seconds into regulation Monday night, Ross S. Sterling head coach Jim Richter couldn’t help but think “here we go again.”
Five scoreless games in a row, the Robert E. Lee Ganders’ girls soccer squad looked for a win Friday night against traveling Crosby.
A 3-1 win Friday night put the Ross S. Sterling Rangers boys’ soccer team six points ahead of the fifth-place La Porte and Beaumont West Brook, almost completely securing a fourth place spot in district play.
The Robert E. Lee Ganders fell to KIPP, 2-1, Tuesday night at Sultis Stadium, avoiding a shutout as they were able to score in the second half.
The Goose Creek Memorial Patriot girls’ soccer team knew there was a lot at stake going into their huge matchup against the Crosby Cougars, and they took care of business, pulling away late in the match for a 3-1 victory.
The Robert E. Lee Ganders finished the first half of their district schedule winless as the Galena Park Yellow Jackets came into Stallworth Stadium and earned a 3-2 victory Friday night.
The Goose Creek Memorial Patriots girls’ soccer squad scored three goals, including two outside the 18-yard line, to win 3-0 over C.E. King Friday night.
Goose Creek Memorial head soccer coach William Freeman said goalkeeper Erick Guizar was the reason the Patriots earned a much-needed point in the standings Tuesday night.
A mishap by the goalkeeper and a dangerous play by a striker was all North Shore needed as they beat the Ross S. Sterling girls soccer team 2-0 Friday night.
After starting 1-0 in district play, the Lady Rangers girls’ soccer team looked to continue to winning streak by beating top seeded Deer Park.
This was not the start to district Head Coach William Freeman and his Goose Creek Memorial Patriots were looking for.
This wasn’t the outcome William Freeman was looking for heading into district play.
Vanessa Flores scored in the first minute of her first match back and the Ross S. Sterling Lady Rangers opened up the district with a 2-0 victory Tuesday night against La Porte.
Despite the 2-0 loss the La Porte Bulldogs on Friday night, the Baytown Lee Ganders soccer squad feels hopeful as district play is coming in just around the corner.
Goose Creek Memorial head coach William Freeman said his squad had its chances throughout the night but failed to capitalize.
Rain or sun, hot or cold, Sebastian Pacheco plays his favorite sport of soccer literally all year long in his hometown of Houston.
Two goals by freshman Lemauriel Johnson was enough for the Goose Cree Memorial girls’ soccer team as they beat Ross S. Sterling 3-1 Tuesday night.
A glorious run to the Class 5A-II final ended with anything but pomp and circumstance for the Crosby Cougars football team, but make no mistake, no one is complaining.
The record may not reflect it and Tuesday’s 0-0 draw with visiting Hargrave High School may not elicit a ton of excitement, but the Barbers Hill boys soccer team continues to improve according to head coach Brian Moore.
I try to keep this column on the high road. Sometimes, though, it runs off into the ditch. I hope readers can understand its purpose, dark though this might seem.
It may not have been the ideal way to start the soccer season, but the Sterling High School Rangers and new coach Bryan Hayman still have some positives to lean on after Tuesday’s action.
Dateline: Texas. A December 2020 press release from Texas Parks and Wildlife stated that a mountain lion was seen and confirmed near Rowlett, in eastern Dallas County, not far from Lake Ray Hubbard.
The Goose Creek CISD boys basketball teams have had their fair share of battles with the COVID-19 pandemic causes havoc with the schedule and/or leading them into quarantine.
A mixed bag of results have taken place for the Baytown-area girls basketball teams, but they all have one thing in common: Finding their identities.
When considering the situation, it probably figures that Sterling’s Charlotte Newport would become a trailblazer at the next level in water polo.
I saw an exhibit of historic weaponry at the Metropolitan Museum of Art a few years ago. It was -- to be honest – frightening. Wars were once fought with crude weapons that created severe maintenance problems. Recovery was usually not an option. Even the horses wore armor.
Displaying poise on the big stage of national television, Preston Barnett competed in Dr. Pepper’s 12th annual Tuition Giveaway Program Saturday and walked away with $125,000.
SHENANDOAH - After navigating the choppy and challenging waters of the COVID-19 pandemic football season full of pitfalls on and off the field, the Barbers Hill Eagles are officially heading to the offseason.