Missed scoring opportunities proved to be costly Friday for the Santa Fe Indians, as they dropped a 2-1 heartbreaker to the Georgetown Eagles in Game 2 of their Region III-5A semifinal baseball playoff series at Nutrabolt Stadium.
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Santa Fe ace pitcher Rome Shubert continued to be his dynamic self and his defense continued to make great plays, as the Indians stunned the No. 1 state-ranked Georgetown Eagles with a 6-1 win in Game 1 of their best-of-three Region III-5A semifinal playoff series Thursday at Blinn College.
In what has been a spectacular sophomore season, Santa Fe alum Shelbi Sunseri and her LSU Tigers now find themselves in the Super Regionals round of the NCAA Division I Softball Championship tournament.
Low pressure over the Oklahoma Panhandle and high pressure to the east is creating a strong pressure gradient and strong southerly winds over the Galveston area. Winds early this morning gusted to 39-mph in Galveston with gale force gusts common over offshore waters. This has led to a Coasta…
The Santa Fe Indians are now the lone Galveston County team left standing in the UIL baseball playoffs, and they now prepare to try to win a best-of-three Region III-5A semifinal series against a team that has only lost two times all season in the No. 1 state-ranked Georgetown Eagles.
On a day of solemn mourning and remembrance, there were also the jubilant sounds of friendly competition and community camaraderie in Santa Fe.
Resiliency Day commemorated the anniversary of the May 18 shooting, and aimed to introduce people to ways to cope with the memories of the attack.
In their moment of need, and vulnerability, Galveston County residents can rest assured knowing Galveston Area Ambulance Authority (GAAA) is there to help and provide the highest quality of emergency medical care.
The center, which began after the May 18, 2018 mass shooting at Santa Fe High School, will continue serving the Santa Fe community with free therapies and programs indefinitely.
The Santa Fe Indians had a big top of the fourth inning and made it through the only bit of shakiness in the field they had in the series, as they came through with a 5-4 win in Game 2 of their Region III-5A quarterfinal series, sweeping Barbers Hill to advance to the next round of the playoffs.
Led by a rock-solid defense and a gritty performance from pitcher Rome Shubert, the Santa Fe Indians claimed Game 1 of their best-of-three Region III-5A quarterfinal series against the Barbers Hill Eagles, 2-1, on Thursday at the University of Houston’s Schroeder Park.
The number of Galveston County baseball teams still left standing in the UIL playoffs is down to three, as Santa Fe, Clear Springs and Dickinson will all face stiff competition in their respective regional quarterfinal matchups.
It should come as no surprise that the first two weeks of May have been exceedingly wet in Galveston County. The National Weather Service Office in League City/Dickinson has measured 10.26 inches of rain through the first 14 days of this month (8.49 inches more than would be anticipated for …
As the one-year anniversary of the Santa Fe High School shooting draws near, members of the community are rallying around survivors and preparing to spend that day together.
Officials also closed the Houston Ship Channel because of the collision, but by late Sunday it reopened to some travel. About 47 outbound vessels and 48 inbound vessels are still waiting to travel through the channel, but one-way ship traffic and two-way barge traffic resumed by Sunday afternoon, according to U.S. Coast Guard officials.
The Indians, who jumped to a big early lead, saw the Mavs tie the game after six innings. But coach Ronnie Wulf’s team fashioned four runs in the top of the 10th inning for a 9-6 victory in the Region III-5A area round at Barbers High High School late Saturday night.
“They don’t look like what you think of drug addicts,” said Galveston Sheriff’s Office Lt. Shawn Lozica. “It’s a lot of older people, on limited incomes, trying to supplement their income.”
Showers and thunderstorms continue to develop along and off the Texas coast this morning. The storms are associated with a stationary frontal boundary along the coast and a 1010 MB low moving slowly northeastward along middle and upper-Texas coast.
“While we understand that speed counts to an extent — we all want the channel reopened — we have to find a way to lessen and eliminate the risk to the environment," officials said of when the spill might be cleaned. "We are taking a measured, cautious approach to this.”
The Santa Fe Indians started fast and put up big crooked numbers in three innings en route to a dominating 15-0 victory over Manvel in a Region III-5A area round playoff game at Barbers Hill High School on Friday night.
Galveston County residents awoke Friday to assess the damage from overnight rains, the heaviest of which were in the north communities.
Aaliyah Garcia singled with two outs in the bottom of the seventh to break a 2-2 tie and give the Angleton Ladycats a 3-2 victory and a sweep of their Class 5A, Region III quarterfinal series against Santa Fe on Friday at Sweeny.
After a night of pouring rain and howling wind, Galveston County residents awoke Friday morning to asses the damage of what forecasters warn was only a first round of storms expected to pass through the area.
Angleton pitcher Aaliyah Garcia had a dominant outing and the Lady Wildcats scored all their runs off a pair of Santa Fe errors, as the Lady Indians fell, 4-0, in the opener of their Region III-5A quarterfinal playoff series Thursday.
Showers and thunderstorms will develop again tonight and into Saturday morning. Heavy rainfall will be possible and could result in flash flooding. There could be as much as another 5 inches of rain over the next day, according to the weather service.
Thunderstorms rolled across Galveston County yesterday afternoon into this morning. Rainfall amounts varied quite widely from less than an inch on Galveston Island to 3-4 inches across northern parts of the County, where some localized flooding was reported.
The National Weather Service in League City has issued two alerts and advisories for parts of Galveston County as storms continue to move across the greater Houston area.
An upper-level disturbance moving northeastward out of Mexico, combined with a stalled frontal boundary along the lower Texas coast, will bring a good chance of showers or thunderstorms to Galveston County later tonight into Tuesday with rain chances increasing tomorrow as the front drifts b…
It took about a day longer than expected, but the Santa Fe Lady Indians recorded a 7-3 win over Alvin Shadow Creek in a Region III-5A area round one-game playoff series that began Thursday and concluded Friday.
Due to inclement weather, Santa Fe's area round game against Alvin Shadow Creek will be postponed to 3:30 p.m. Friday at Manvel High School with the Lady Indians leading 2-0 with no outs in the bottom of the second.