After starting in nine games last year, senior Sam Mathews has made a strong return to the starting quarterback position this season for the Clear Creek Wildcats after winning the starting job back during the offseason.
The Santa Fe Lady Indians passed a tough test Tuesday to set up a District 23-5A title showdown Friday as they logged a 25-22, 18-25, 25-17, 25-17 win over a tough Alvin Shadow Creek side.
Considering how tough the district is, the Chargers can rest easy now knowing that their spot in the playoffs is secured in the final matches of district play.
The Friendswood Mustangs' strong start (5-1 overall, 3-0 in District 24-6A) has been a testament to strong performances from an offensive line led by senior Max Yarbrough.
The 11-4 Mustangs, third-place finishers in District 24-6A, begin team tennis postseason play Tuesday against the same team they eliminated last year in the first round.
Clear Creek dug in offensively and scored twice in the fourth quarter to slip past Alvin, 27-21, in Friday's contest at Clear Creek ISD Veterans Memorial Stadium.
The Clear Lake Falcons had a lot to celebrate on homecoming night as they took a 28-0 advantage into the second quarter of the game they would go on to win 54-28 over the Clear Falls Knights on Friday.
The Clear Springs Chargers find themselves at 3-1 overall and so far, unbeaten in District 24-6A play at 2-0. The Dickinson Gators, on the other hand, are still searching for their first district victory, coming in at 2-2 overall but 0-2 in district competition.
The Friendswood Mustangs improved to 3-0 in District 24-6A with a dismantling of their crosstown rival Clear Brook Wolverines by a final score of 35-7, last night at Henry Winston Stadium.
Coming off a breakout 2016 season, Clear Springs junior running back Todd Hudson II is still finding ways to improve his game and is running even stronger to start this season.
Broussard, who is a three-year starter for the Dickinson Gators, has been described by head coach John Snelson as the “quarterback of their defense.”
Friendswood’s march toward an undefeated District 24-6A championship season hit a rocky road Tuesday night at Clear Brook High School, but the Lady Mustangs survived a stiff challenge from a tough Wolverines squad to record a 25-21, 19-25, 25-22, 29-27 win.
The Clear Springs Chargers defeated Dickinson on Tuesday night at Dickinson in a three-set match with the winning scores being 25-23, 25-13 and 28-26.
Too many errors hampered O’Connell, as the KIPP Generations Jaguars spoiled the Buccaneers’ homecoming festivities with a 13-6 win Saturday at Kermit Courville Stadium.
The Friendswood Mustangs jumped on the Clear Falls Knights early by taking advantage of great field position, and then played their characteristic mistake-free (but not pretty) brand of football en route to a 38-0 win.
Clear Creek was almost unstoppable on offense in a 55-42 win over previously unbeaten Clear Brook on Friday at Challenger Columbia Stadium.
With a fourth-and-goal opportunity from the 6-yard line and under a minute left in the game, the Clear Lake Falcons’ defense held, earning a turnover on downs and a 21-17 win over the Dickinson Gators at Sam Vitanza Stadium on Friday.
Running back Perry Preston rushed for 176 yards and a touchdown while the defense held Madison to just 145 yards in a 35-6 rout at Etheredge Stadium on Friday night, the second straight win for La Marque (2-3) after an 0-3 start.
On what looked like some sort of comic book superhero night at Alvin Memorial Stadium, a duo of Clear Springs Chargers turned in dynamic performances, going off in a big way on the Alvin Yellowjackets, en route to the final score of 49-0 Friday.
Seven different Broncos found the end zone Friday night as Bay Area dominated the Logos Prep Lions (0-4) in a lopsided 48-6 victory in TAPPS District 6-III play.
Behind an overpowering defensive effort and the running of senior Mason Barnes, the Friendswood Mustangs defeated the Clear Falls Knights 38-0 at Veterans Memorial Stadium in League City on Friday, Oct. 6, 2017.
The versatility and exuberance of senior linebacker Calvin Whitaker has been an X-factor the the Friendswood Mustangs football team.
Displaying more late-set composure than in their first matchup, the Clear Creek Wildcats avenged a loss against Clear Springs in the first half of District 24-6A play.
It didn’t take long for Galveston County teams to throw district title and playoff races into disarray, as a pair of upsets scored by the Friendswood Mustangs and Santa Fe Indians in their district openers stunned many onlookers over the weekend.
The District 24-6A favorite Dickinson Gators were upended by a scrappy, tenacious Friendswood squad, as the Mustangs scored a 27-24 double-overtime win Friday at Henry Winston Stadium.
Clear Springs took control of the game in the second quarter and emerged with a 28-21 win over Clear Creek in Friday's District 24-6A opener for both teams at Clear Creek Veterans Stadium.