The Friendswood Mustangs had everything clicking Tuesday night, run-ruling the Clear Falls Knights, 15-3, at Clear Falls High School.
In a game with no shortage of runs, the Galena Park Yellowjackets came out on top, 12-11, over the Texas City Stings on Tuesday night at Robinson Park in the District 23-5A encounter.
After a busy spring break, most Galveston County baseball and softball teams will be returning to a normal schedule featuring multiple key contests this week.
An X-factor with her combination of size and athleticism for the District 23-5A champion Ball High Lady Tors, sophomore post Bebe Galloway is the 2017-18 Galveston County girls basketball player of the year.
After guiding the Hitchcock Lady Bulldogs to their second straight regional tournament, head coach Andrew Hubbell is the 2017-18 girls basketball coach of the year.
Spirits boosted by their latest good-luck charm, the bat-sword, the Santa Fe Indians’ bats sprung to life after a pair of low-scoring outings, as they defeated the Texas City Stings, 8-3, at home Saturday afternoon.
Relying on their solid foundation of pitching and defense, the Dickinson Gators scored a come-from-behind 3-2 victory over the Friendswood Mustangs at home Friday to split the two teams’ season series.
It was the usual Santa Fe versus Ball High baseball game Thursday afternoon on the island, as the slightly better defense made the slightest of differences in the Indians’ 2-1 win over the Tors.
The Ball High Lady Tors’ bats were ineffective all game and their stout defense fell apart late, as the Manvel Lady Mavericks took a 4-0 win Wednesday.
As has been their trademark in recent years, the Clear Springs Chargers plan to hang their hats this season on pitching and defense, but one wouldn’t think that after watching their district opener, as the offense exploded to win a shootout, 10-6, over the Clear Creek Wildcats at home Tuesday night.
The Friendswood Mustangs defeated the Dickinson Gators in walk-off fashion, 1-0, after a throwing error by the Gators' first basemen Kiko Nunez in the District 24-6A opener at Friendswood High School.
In a pitchers duel where scoring opportunities were few, it was Fort Bend Elkins that made the most of its chances, as the Knights shut out the Santa Fe Indians, 3-0, on Tuesday afternoon.
The Ball High Tors survived a late rally by the Texas City Stings in their 4-3 win to open up play in District 23-5A on Tuesday afternoon at Robinson Park in Texas City.
The Santa Fe Indians defeated the Galena Park Yellow Jackets, 3-2, as the Indians stopped the Yellow Jackets seventh-inning rally in a road game Tuesday afternoon.
Left fielder Jenna Bell’s RBI single in the 11th inning proved to be the game winner for Clear Springs, as the Chargers edged the Clear Falls Knights, 6-5, in a marathon softball bout Monday night at Clear Falls High School.
Clear Creek’s pitcher Megan Lee dazzled in a shutout victory over the Friendswood Mustangs, 3-0, to remain undefeated in District 24-6A.
First-inning fielding errors put Dickinson behind the proverbial 8-ball from the get-go, and Alvin’s ace settled in late, as the Lady Jackets topped the Lady Gators, 6-3, Monday afternoon.
The Galena Park Lady Jackets scored all of their runs in the top of the first inning, and then rode their defense the rest of the way in a 3-0 win over the Texas City Lady Stings on Saturday afternoon in Texas City.
Former longtime Clear Creek track and field coach Ruben C. Jordan, who lost his life in the floods of Hurricane Harvey, was immortalized in a building dedication ceremony Friday, renaming the high school’s spring sports field house the Ruben C. Jordan Spring Sports Facility.
After having a 52-game district winning streak snapped Tuesday at Ball High, the Santa Fe Lady Indians’ response was emphatic, as they run-ruled a red-hot Texas City Lady Stings team, 11-0, at home Friday.
In what turned out to be a thriller at Wildcat Softball Field, Ashley Ramber’s clutch two-out walk-off run scoring single to left scoring Jessica Skladal completed a 4-3 come-from-behind victory for Clear Creek against the Alvin Lady Jackets.
The Clear Springs Chargers' pitching duo of Kaylee Thomas and Kelly Maxwell shut out the Dickinson Gators' offense to get their first District 24-6A victory, 6-0, on Friday at Clear Springs High School.
The Ball High Lady Tors kept their playoff hopes alive with a 3-1 victory over the Manvel Lady Mavericks on Friday night at Kermit Courville Stadium.
Clear Falls lost a 2-0 lead, but refused to come completely unglued, as the Knights recorded an exciting 3-2 win over a big, physical Alvin Yellowjackets team Thursday at home.
Forward Ronaldo Gonzales, who had to miss the first 15 days as a late transfer to the school, showed up in a big way Thursday night, scoring two goals and setting up the third goal after he was brought down in the box, to lead the Wildcats to a 3-0 victory against the Dickinson Gators at Sam Vitanza Stadium.
The First Baptist Christian Academy Warriors did all the damage in four innings before the game ended on run rules in their 23-3 win over the O'Connell Lady Buccaneers on Thursday night at Bo Godinich Field in Galveston.
Galveston County boys basketball players were well represented in the recently released all-district honors, with District 24-3A superlatives going to Hitchcock’s John Scott (most valuable player) and Earnest Triplett (offensive player of the year) and La Marque’s Rha’Sean Booker (defensive …
Playing behind a rock-solid defense, Clear Falls freshman pitcher Payton Bean excelled in the circle and the Knights’ bats came through when needed in a 10-1 run-rule win at home over the Friendswood Lady Mustangs on Tuesday.
After suffering through a string of defeats last week, the Ball High Lady Tors needed a response. They got it the form of a 6-2 upset over the Santa Fe Lady Indians.
Clear Creek's pitcher Megan Lee threw a no-hitter as the Wildcats defeated the Clear Brook Wolverines, 5-1, on Tuesday at Clear Creek High School.
In a matchup featuring two of the area's best pitchers, Clear Springs senior Kelly Maxwell and Alvin senior Rachel Hertenberger, the Chargers fell victim to a defensive error in the 11th inning to fall, 1-0, to the Lady Jackets on Tuesday night at Alvin High School.
District play for Galveston County softball teams recently got underway, and although it’s still very early in the conference schedules, there should still be plenty to look forward to.