Ross S. Sterling’s Madison Gomez and Kaleb Harris won the District 21-5A mixed doubles tennis championship Tuesday at the regional tournament in Deer Park.
The top-ranked mixed doubles duo of Kaleb Harris and Madison Gomez swept their way through the opening tournament of the season in Pearland, bringing home one of three gold medals for the Ross S. Sterling tennis team Saturday.
Only one word comes to mind when Goose Creek Memorial head tennis coach Ismael Dutchover thinks about the final game of the season – heartbreaking.
Goose Creek Memorial is moving on in the 4A tennis playoffs after a 4-2 run through the district 24 meet this past weekend in Friendswood.
Goose Creek Memorial head tennis coach Ismael Dutchover said it is no secret why the Patriots now sit at 3-1 in district play – doubles play.
Brittnie Vigee is able to return a serve during doubles play of a tournament match played Saturday morning at Lee College.
Zachary Ryan Jimenez, 14, a freshman at Goose Creek Memorial, competed and won the championship medal in Boys 14-year-old singles at the USTA Zat Spring tournament in Deer Park this weekend.
The Goose Creek Memorial tennis team will have four of its players and two reserves make their way to Willis to compete in the regional tournament, being held today and Wednesday at the Blythe Calfee Tennis Facility.
Barbers Hill High School is sending two district tennis champions and two runners-up to the regional tennis tournament this week.
The Ross S. Sterling boys tennis team won the district championship Monday and the Rangers will send three doubles teams to the regional tournament next week.
GALVESTON -– The Ross S. Sterling Rangers had several outstanding performances at the 26th Annual Beachcomber Tennis Classic on Saturday.
The Ross S. Sterling doubles tandem of Kaleb Harris, left, and Sean Ledwig reached the finals of the Baytown Varsity Tennis Tournament on Friday. All the Goose Creek Consolidated schools attended the one-day tournament.
The Robert E. Lee Ganders, Ross S. Sterling Rangers and Goose Creek Memorial Patriots will host the Baytown tennis tournament at 8 a.m. Friday at several different tennis courts around the city.
PASADENA – Ross S. Sterling’s brother-sister team of Nick and Madison Gomez won the A mixed doubles title at the Pasadena tennis tournament on Saturday.
The Sterling Lady Rangers volleyball team are now in fourth place in District 22-5A as the second half of the district schedule is set to begin after a 3-0 (26-24, 25-14, 25-17) win over Texas City Wednesday night.
Even if they lost, the Sterling Lady Rangers played one of their better matches this season as they scrambled, battled and contested Friendswood every step of the way Tuesday night.
The Lee College Lady Rebels volleyball team and Ashlynn Lewis, 1, fell to 14-8 overall and 1-3 in Region XIV play Thursday night with a 3-0 (25-21, 25-19, 25-13) home defeat against Navarro College. Lee was led by Sina Toroslu’s five kills and Imari Wilson’s four kills. “The good thing abou…
The newest Power 5 poll (for sports results through Thursday) sees very little change this week as most of the initial teams that made up the list took care of business over the previous seven days.
Don’t let the records fool you but Friday night’s TAPPS six-man contest between host Baytown Christian (3-0) and Chester (0-3) could be a bit more tantalizing than it looks.
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After recording a team-high 11 tackles and a fumble recovery in UCA’s 41-20 loss to FBS Arkansas State last Saturday, Central Arkansas junior defensive back DeAndre Lamont earned the Atlantic Sun’s first Defensive Player of the Week honor on Monday.
The Barbers Hill Eagles football team will head to Delmar Stadium, 2020 Mangum Road in Houston, to take on Houston Heights 7 p.m. Friday in hopes of capturing their first win of the season.
It took a narrow win in the first set by the Goose Creek Memorial Lady Patriots volleyball team to squash any potential momentum of hosts Robert E. Lee to earn their first win in district play.