Just a day removed from Clear Creek’s 44-match district winning streak being snapped, the perennially contending Clear Falls Knights continued to assert themselves as possibly the team to beat in District 24-6A this season, sweeping the Clear Brook Wolverines on the road Wednesday by the scores of 25-15, 25-21 and 25-22.
The Friendswood Lady Mustangs did what no other district foe had managed to do for nearly four years and 44 matches, handing the Clear Creek Wildcats a 25-19, 21-25, 25-23, 25-18 defeat Tuesday night.
The Dickinson Lady Gators bounced back in their second district game against the Alvin Lady Jackets in four sets, winning three with the identical scores of 25-21, 25-21 and 25-21 on Tuesday night.
Clear Springs overcame a 4-3 deficit with a 7-1 advantage in the singles to beat No. 2-seeded Copperas Cove in the White Division final of the 7th annual Remembering Ike Team Tennis Classic, 10-5.
After a hard-fought five-set road win over District 23-5A title contender Alvin Shadow Creek the evening before, the Santa Fe Lady Indians kept the proverbial pedal on the metal early Saturday afternoon with a 25-14, 25-17, 25-12 win at home over the Texas City Lady Stings.
Big plays broke open a tight contest, as the Dickinson Gators posted a 47-7 win over the Texas City Stings on Friday at Sam Vitanza Stadium.
Blended with the new and the old and a strong defensive performance, the Clear Springs Chargers opened up the 2017 season with a 27-3 victory over the La Porte Bulldogs at CCISD Veterans Memorial Stadium.
After jumping out to a quick 17-0 lead in the first quarter, the Friendswood Mustangs went on to defeat the Humble Kingwood Mustangs 31-16 at Henry Winston Stadium on Friday.
The Dickinson Gators finally saw their first game action of the year on Friday night after Hurricane Harvey delayed the season by several weeks. The Gators dominated the Texas City Stings on their way to a 47-7 victory.
After Hurricane Harvey’s aftermath delayed the first two weeks of its season, the Santa Fe Indians mauled the Goose Creek Memorial Patriots, walloping them for the second time in two seasons with a balanced offensive attack, 39-13, Friday night at Joe Raitano Field.
A late rally fell short as La Marque lost to the Class 4A, Division I powerhouse in a 36-31 defeat on Friday night, dropping the Cougars to 0-2 for the second time in the last three seasons.
Throw results from last week and previous seasons out the window when the Texas City Stings and Dickinson Gators meet Friday in one of Galveston County’s most intense and hard-fought rivalry games.
A steadily improving Santa Fe squad was a little too much for a short-handed Ball High side Wednesday, as the Lady Indians picked up a 25-20, 25-10, 25-22 road win over the Lady Tors in District 23-5A action.
On a defense looking to re-tool in certain spots, Texas City linebackers Mykahl Brow, Marquez Demyers and D’Vante Taylor will play critical roles for the Stings early this season.
In a show of respect and gratitude for the efforts of all the first responders and volunteers to assist the victims of Hurricane Harvey, the Clear Creek Independent School District is offering free admission to its two home football games Friday.
The Woodlands Lady Highlanders showed why they’re right at the top of the upper echelon of Houston-area high school volleyball, as they defeated the Friendswood Lady Mustangs by the scores of 25-14, 25-16 and 29-27 on Tuesday in a non-district match at Friendswood High School.
Roughly 900 athletes from 28 schools competed in the fifth annual Galveston Beachfront Cross Country Meet on Friday morning at East Beach, in one of the first signs of a return to normality for the local high school sports scene.
Turnovers doomed La Marque, and Ball High just kept plugging away as the Tors pulled away in the second half for a 34-13 win over the Cougars in the return of The Clash of the Causeway on Friday at Etheredge Stadium.
Two key second-half turnovers turned the tide as Class 5A Barbers Hill rallied for a 45-28 victory over Class 6A Friendswood at home Friday night, in a season-opening matchup between two playoff teams from last season.
The Texas City Stingarees struggled early on offense, but their toughness on defense made things interesting late as they dropped their opening game of the season to the Clear Lake Falcons by the final score of 28-21 Friday night at Stingaree Stadium.
After a nightmarish week-and-a-half dealing with the devastating floods from Hurricane Harvey, the Dickinson Gators finally got to get some live game action when they faced Pasadena Memorial in a scrimmage at Pasadena ISD Veterans Memorial Stadium on Friday afternoon.
It may have taken the disruptive force of a hurricane to make it happen, but The Clash of the Causeway is back, as the Ball High Tors and La Marque Cougars renew their intense rivalry game Friday night.
After an offseason filled with self-improvement and an epic weather event that derailed the start of the season and affected many in Galveston County, Ball High quarterback Martavian Jackson is ready to lead his team into a contest Friday that has become much bigger than just a game.
With enrollment on the rise and in a more stable school district, Cougars linebacker Jaden Bishop is ready to lead a La Marque football revival.
Since about 3:30 a.m. Aug. 27, football practice and game preparation were the furthest things from Dickinson head football coach John Snelson’s mind.
One of the oldest and fiercest high school football rivalries in the state of Texas was discontinued last season as the two schools’ enrollments became increasingly disproportionate. Hurricane Harvey brought it back.
The Friendswood football players spent much of the day Thursday once again alongside fellow students and other volunteers, continuing to work on cleaning up a community hit hard by Hurricane Harvey over the weekend — but then the lights got turned back on at Henry Winston Stadium and things …
Local high school student-athletes were among many across Galveston County and beyond who sprung into action to help out their communities in the aftermath of Tropical Storm Harvey’s devastation.
Hit hardest by Tropical Storm Harvey, parts of Dickinson on Wednesday were still under mandatory evacuation, but the outpouring of support from the outside world, far and wide, continued to be delivered to the town — and, in particular, by way of the athletic program.
Among those reported missing in the wake of Tropical Storm Harvey is retired longtime Clear Creek High School head track and field coach Ruben Jordan — a beloved figure in the Wildcats community.
With the threat of Hurricane Harvey approaching the Texas Gulf Coast, Galveston County teams across the board canceled planned sporting events this weekend.