Just a day after 10 lives were lost in the shooting at Santa Fe High School, the tight-knit community rallied behind the school’s baseball team Saturday night, packing the stands at Jim Kethan Field in Deer Park.
Summer trips to College Station have become a way of life for Hitchcock’s 7on7 football team. On Saturday, the Bulldogs assured that tradition would continue.
Clear Springs shared their Region III-6A quarterfinal victory with Santa Fe students on Friday night. Santa Fe High School went into lockdown after a tragic mass shooting early Friday morning. Ten students and adults have been pronounced dead with many other injured and receiving treatment.
In the wake of of Friday’s deadly mass shooting at Santa Fe High School, nearby Clear Springs High School’s playoff game became about more than just baseball, and the Chargers delivered a win for not just one, but two fan bases.
Just when it looked like Carter Crookston and Michael Raji were back in the driver’s seat on Friday, one by one, the wheels started falling off for the Clear Creek Wildcats.
Because of the deadly mass shooting at Santa Fe High School that killed 10 and injured 10 more Friday morning, the Santa Fe Indians’ baseball playoff game scheduled for 7 p.m. Friday at Jim Kethan Field in Deer Park was cancelled.
Senior relief pitcher Brady Miller slammed the door on the No. 4-ranked Kingwood Mustangs, recording the final four outs and giving the Clear Springs Chargers a 2-1 victory in their Region III-6A quarterfinal matchup Thursday at Schroeder Park on the campus of the University of Houston.
Costly errors and a strong Kingwood Park pitching performance doomed the Santa Fe Indians in Thursday’s 4-0 loss in Game 1 of their Region III-5A quarterfinal series at Jim Ethan Field in Deer Park.
Thirty years have passed since the last Clear Creek High School boys doubles team made its way to the University Interscholastic League Tennis State Championships. Wildcats Carter Crookston and Michael Raji, however, are hoping a long-awaited return trip will be one to remember.
Following last week’s UIL playoff action, only two baseball teams remain standing for competition in this week’s round of postseason games. Here’s what’s going on.
At the UIL state championship for the second straight year thanks largely to some second-day regional magic, there would be no rally for the Clear Springs Chargers boys golf team at the Legacy Hills Golf Club in Georgetown on Tuesday, as the group ended their showing with a fifth-place finish.
Four legendary names of the past from O'Connell High School sports history will be inducted into the school's Buccaneer Hall of Fame on Wednesday night.
Briana Garcia used a tremendous finish to capture the Class 6A girls 300-meter hurdles championship at the 2018 UIL state track and field championships in Austin.
The Santa Fe Indians got the bats going and got a gutsy performance from sophomore starting pitcher Dalton Stevens on Saturday afternoon in Crosby to defeat the defending Class 5A state champion Port Neches-Groves Indians, 5-1, in the winner-take-all third game of their Region III-5A area round best-of-three playoff series.
Clear Springs overcame a 9-0 first-inning deficit to defeat Deer Park 11-10 in eight innings and complete a sweep of the best-of-three area-round playoff series Saturday at Pearland High School.
Atascocita’s Clay Bradford dominated Clear Falls with both his arm and his bat in helping the Eagles eliminate the Knights with a pair of victories in a Region III-6A area round series.
The La Porte Bulldogs needed only one inning to make all the difference in their 9-6 win over the Dickinson Gators at Bulldog Field on Friday night in the Region III-6A area playoff round.
Strong base running, effective execution at the plate and a dominant performance in the circle led the Kingwood Lady Mustangs to a 10-0 run-rule shortened win over the Clear Falls Knights in their one-game Region III-6A quarterfinal series Friday at Crosby.
Clear Springs used a lot of traffic on the bases to its advantage in a 6-3 win over defending Class 6A state champion Deer Park in the opening game of their best-of-three area-round playoff series Friday at Pearland High School.
In a battle of the Indians, Port Neches Grove (PN-G) Indians and the Santa Fe Indians faced off in Game 2 of their area playoff series at the neutral Ballparks at Crosby, and PN-G evened the series with a 6-3 win Friday.
Jonathon Pascale's arm aided Clear Falls to shut out Atascocita, 4-0, in Game 1 of the best-of-three Region III-6A area round series at at Eagle Field.
Jackeria Woodkins of La Marque burst out of the blocks and dominated the field to win gold in the Class 3A girls 400 meter dash at the University Interscholastic League state track and field meet at Mike A. Meyers Stadium at the University of Texas in Austin.
For the first time in program history, the Clear Falls girls track team will be sending runners to compete at the state meet, and both entrants will have solid chances to make more school history by bringing home medals in their events.
The O’Connell Lady Buccaneers are well aware of their softball program’s rich history but head coach Jay Cromie also wants his players to take it one game at a time when they take the field at the TCAL State Tournament in Houston.
The Santa Fe Indians rode a dominant pitching performance from Rome Shubert, played solid defense and took advantage of shaky Port Neches-Groves Indians fielding to log a 4-1 win in Game 1 of their best-of-three Region III-5A area round series Thursday at The Ballparks of Crosby.
The Hitchcock Lady Bulldogs will be sending a strong contingent — young but already owning state experience — looking to bring home medals at the Class 3A state track and field meet this weekend.
Texas City ISD athletic director Leland Surovik on Tuesday announced the hiring of Jasmine Hartman as the new head girl’s basketball coach for the Lady Stings program at Texas City High School.
After a disappointing baton drop ended their run at the state meet early last season, the Cardinals will compete in both the boys 4x100-meter and 4x-200-meter runs at the state meet — the tail end of a season that has the team brimming with the confidence needed to live up to their motto, “faster than a small-town rumor” at state this time around.
For the third straight year, the Clear Springs Chargers track and field program will be sending a hurdler to the UIL state championships this week, as sophomore sensation Kirk Collins has qualified for both the 110-meter and 300-meter events.
Clear Springs and George Ranch went to extra innings Saturday night to determine the winner of a Region III-6A bi-district playoff series. Behind a tenth inning home run by Tyler Hendrickson the Chargers defeated the Longhorns 4-3 and advance to face Deer Park in the next round.
With one boasting an intimidating qualifying number and the other with an abundance of experience at the meet, a pair of Dickinson Gator triple jumpers have their sights set on bringing gold medals back to the swamp at this week’s UIL state track and field championships.
Tyler Hendrickson's go-ahead solo home run on the first pitch in the top of the 10th inning lifted the Clear Springs Chargers over Richmond George Ranch, 4-3, to advance the area round of the playoffs in Saturday's bi-district playoff Game 3 at Shadow Creek High School.
A disastrous three-error fifth inning eventually led to a 9-2 loss to the visiting Houston Milby Buffaloes at Tor Field in Game 2 of the best-of-three bi-district series, ending Ball High's banner season.
Dayton catcher Ally McKinney started the first inning off with a three-run homer and finished the night with six RBIs and three hits to lead the Lady Broncos to a 8-3 win over the Lady Indians at the Ballparks in Crosby.
Texas City fell to Splendora in Game 2 of the Region III-5A area round of the playoffs, 7-2, at North Shore High School. The loss ended their playoff after they lost the second consecutive game in the best of the three series.
Clear Falls rallied for four runs in the bottom of the sixth to defeat Pasadena Dobie, 4-3, in Friday's Region III-6A area-round playoff contest at Clear Lake High School.
The Clear Springs Chargers let one slip away Friday, falling into a huge early deficit, but they still managed to make things interesting in a 9-6 loss against Richmond George Ranch in Game 2 of their best-of-three Region III-6A bi-district series at Shadow Creek High School.
The Knights scored nine runs in the bottom of the first inning to give ace hurler Braydon Fisher all the support he would need in a 13-5 rout of Brazoswood to complete the two-game sweep in a Region III-6A bi-district round series.
Pitcher Rome Shubert brought the heat in Santa Fe’s 11-0 Region III-5A bi-district win over the Houston Furr Brahmas on Friday afternoon at home. The game ended after five innings.
Including Game 1 Thursday night, the Pearland Oilers scored 14 straight runs on the Friendswood Mustangs, jumping on them early in Game 2, to oust the Mustangs from the playoffs by a final score of 11-4 Friday night at Bobby Black Field.
The Friendswood Mustangs took a brutal loss in Game 1 of their Region III-6A best-of-three bi-district series, blowing a 6-1 lead as the Pearland Oilers completed the comeback in walk-off fashion, 7-6, Thursday night at Pearland High School.
Riding the big right arm of Blake Schultz, the Clear Springs Chargers scraped together the runs they needed to beat the George Ranch Longhorns, 2-1, in 8 innings Thursday at Shadow Creek High School in their Region III-6A bi-district playoff matchup.
The Dickinson Gators managed to shut out the Dawson Eagles in their 5-0 win in the Region III-6A bi-district round Thursday night at home.
After a fourth-inning collapse, the Brazoswood Buccaneers dropped Game 1 of their Region III-6A bi-district playoff game, 8-4, to Clear Falls on Thursday at Wilson Field.
Milby pitcher Arthur Galvan relinquished just one run in the opening inning, then silenced the Tors’ bats throughout, including a game-ending strikeout to lead the Buffaloes to a 2-1 victory in the best-of-three series at Ray Knoblauch Field.
Splendora’s battery assaulted Texas City with catcher Savanna Parker hitting two home runs and driving in four and pitcher Caleigh Millican adding a home run of her own and throwing a gem in the Ladycats’ 8-1 win over the Lady Stings in Game 1 of their best-of-three Region III-6A area round playoff series Thursday at North Shore High School.