Soccer may be the most popular sport in the world. In the United States, a record 850,000 boys and girls played soccer around the country during the 2018-2019 season. A study of more than 80,000 teenage soccer players has revealed female players are twice as likely to suffer concussions.
If you’ve enjoyed the past few days, just wait, a change is on the way. The past days have felt more like early summer than fall. Sure, we’ve had a few fall-like mornings but just a tease.
After tough starts to their seasons, the Mustangs (4-4, 4-1 in district) and the Tors (4-4, 3-2) appear to have turned a corner and are now jostling for playoff positioning.
About 30 miles south of Lakeville, Minnesota, lies the Montgomery National Golf Club, featuring eight water hazards (penalty areas) and tree-lined fairways. It also features a yellow submarine, a guitar-shaped bunker that is 50 yards long and a photo of the Fab Four on the wall behind the pro shop counter.
Mass vaccinations for children ages 5 to 11 could begin quickly following federal approval, but the roll-out of the vaccines could look different than earlier efforts.
Even with the rain delay, sluggish start, bad penalties, inconvenient turnovers and overtime, it wasn’t enough to stop the Houston Cougars (6-1, 4-0 American) as they found a way to survive against the East Carolina Pirates (3-4, 1-2 American) 31-24 in overtime Saturday at TDECU Stadium.
Like many homeowners across the nation, Galveston County residents took time during lockdown to make their homes exactly the way they wanted them.
Shaken and stirred: Crews working to brace up the marquee at the Martini Theatre recently caused a stir.
A fall-winter surge would mean COVID is acting more like other coronaviruses, and therefore more predictably; a spring-summer surge would mean the virus still is moving unpredictably, experts say.