That was certainly a fitting way to end a World Cup.
The excellent fishing conditions over the past week or so likely will not continue as a southwesterly wind is cropping up, and if the forecasts hold, velocities will start increasing later this week.
The Houston Astros wrapped up an 11 game homestand and the first half of the season with a 6-3 loss to the Detroit Tigers on Sunday afternoon. The Astros head into the All Star break with a 64-35 record.
For as long as Ball High’s Kaila Lee, who was the decisive choice of the fans in The Daily News' online girls athlete of the year poll, has been able to participate in sports, she’s had an interest in pretty much all of them.
Although she fell well short in the online poll, Clear Falls’ Briana Garcia still had a 2017-18 campaign worthy of some girls athlete of the year recognition — at least in the ballot cast by The Daily News sports department.
Galveston’s Barbara Sasser received a No. 4 seed for this week’s United States Tennis Association National Women’s 35s-85s Grass Court Championships at Germantown Cricket Club in Philadelphia.
One day, a friend suggested they all go skydiving. She said it was an individual jump because 25 years ago they did not have tandem skydiving. She was only 16 years old. Her instructor said her parachute was not going to open all the way because she was not big enough.
Friday’s Reel Report was not current. If you noticed, I mentioned on July 13 that the Gulf shrimping season had opened on July 15. Well, the report I sent in was from July 2014 and resulted from a glitch in my old laptop computer. Regardless, I should have caught it and apologize for any inc…
O’Connell Buccaneers breakout basketball star Michael Brisick will be playing on the next level after signing a letter of intent Wednesday with Southwestern Assemblies of God University in Waxahachie.
The 2018 William I. Koch International Sea Scout Cup wrapped up it’s five-day competition on Thursday at Sea Star Base Galveston.
If you are one of the Mosquito Fleet boaters, those with smaller seaworthy boats enjoy offshore fishing, I hope you have been able to head offshore this week.
Another great day of fishing took place around the Galveston area Wednesday. Almost ideal conditions continued to prevail and the cleaning tables were full of fish.
As a kid growing up into my mid-20s, I thought of myself as an average person. It was never a problem shopping because I wore average-size clothes and shoes. Also, during that time, I worked at average-paying jobs, including living the life as another average person in our society.
A few years ago, I stood at a bar next to Hall of Fame golfer Nick Price, both of us ordering a scotch and water. The occasion was a pre-tournament dinner for the Insperity — a Champions Tour event held annually at the TPC course at The Woodlands, where golf is still played around corners an…
This week is shaping up to offer some outstanding conditions for fishing, and rarely when that occurs this time of year, is the fishing anything but outstanding.
Simply put, it’s a wonderful time to be a Houston Astros fan right now. They’re the defending world champions, and, dare it be said, look even better this season.
41,654 fans were in attendance as the Houston Astros extended their win streak to six games with a 2-1 victory over the White Sox on Sunday. The Astros are in the midst of an 11 game homestand, their longest of the season.
One of the area’s oldest — and, at the same time, still growing — sports leagues is celebrating the close of another season this weekend, as the Clear Creek Swim League holds its 54th Annual Champ Series Weekend meet at the Matthew T. Doyle Natatorium in Texas City.
Defender Philippe Senderos’ first career MLS brace boosted the Houston Dynamo to 3-0 win over Minnesota United on Saturday at BBVA Compass Stadium.
Saturday’s weather forecast held, and, as expected, fishing turned on. Both offshore and inshore action were the best of the Fourth of July holiday period.
What’s changed over the past decade or so is where newly acquired surfboards originate. Based on the photos I’m seeing online, it seems that most surfers in the Lone Star State don’t ride boards shaped in Texas.
This weekend looks good for the Mosquito Fleet to make it offshore. Light winds are in the forecast, and the only hiccup is higher chances of rain Sunday. Saturday definitely looks like the day, if you are among the smaller seaworthy boats that enjoy summertime fishing off Galveston.
Santa Fe's Aspen Miller will be competing in the International Finals Youth Rodeo next week for the first time in her life, and while she’s expecting to go up against a lot of experienced riders, she’s not running short on confidence.
One of the joys of running is being out in nature, but sometimes civilization intrudes a little too much. It’s jarring to find trash along a favorite outdoor path or to have cans and bottles marring a beach run. Apparently, it’s a universal problem, and Scandinavians have addressed it by “pl…
Wednesday was as we expected, a non-fishing day. As we look ahead, Capt. Paul Stanton, Aqua Safari Charters, provides an update on fishing which gives an indication of what has been taking place this week.
Inclement weather delayed a match in which the Houston’s offense didn’t arrive until much later, but the Dynamo rallied with two stoppage time goals to salvage a point in the standings with a 2-2 draw against Los Angeles Football Club at BBVA Compass Stadium.
The Houston Dynamo stormed back from a 2-0 deficit in stoppage time with goals in the 93rd and 96th minutes to walk away for a 2-2 draw with the Los Angeles Football Club Tuesday night at BBVA Compass Stadium.
On Tuesday afternoon, the worst team in penalty shootouts finally broke their curse as England knocked out Colombia in the Round of 16, 4-3 in penalty kicks after a 1-1 draw, in Moscow, Russia.
While wind velocities may be favorable for fishing on the Fourth of July, other aspects of the weather do not look so good. If fishing is out of the picture on Wednesday, later in the week should offer better conditions, and hopefully that will be an opportunity for anglers who planned a fis…
Bella andaro, Francesco! Complimenti! Bellissimo golf! In case you were out somewhere in the 100-plus heat index Sunday, fighting through the Saharan Dust, you missed a couple of important golf happenings.
Galveston's Adrienne Culpepper called, flipped her cards and won the Island Showdown Texas Hold ‘Em tournament in the wee hours of the morning June 10, earning an entry into the World Series of Poker Main Event world championship, which starts this week.
The 2018 summer has been a great start for sports. The World Cup is playing its Round of 16 matches right now. Even if your favorite team or country has won or lost, let me turn your attention to another wonderful sporting event: Wimbledon, which is the third Grand Slam in tennis.
Late Saturday night, NBA free agency began with a fast and furious pace — one that quickly squashed much of the wild speculation that led up to its official start. And apparently that spoiled the fun for some.
We are approaching the busiest boating day of the year, July 4. It is a time when more boating accidents take place, and captains need to be extra cautious when on the water. Alcohol, combined with the heat, make a lethal combination and so many accidents are alcohol related.
After naming the four finalists for 2017-18 Galveston County girls athlete of the year last week, this week it’s time to announce the four boys athlete of the year finalists.
The Friendswood Mustangs had an impressive showing at the state 7on7 football championships this weekend at Veterans Park in College Station, going perfect in pool play Friday and making a run to the third round of the Division I championship bracket Saturday.
Friendswood’s Richard Griffin and League City’s Derek Bruner both won men’s singles titles at the Al Edwards Juneteenth Tennis Classic held at Homer Ford Tennis Center in Houston.
July is now upon us, and we are in the busiest week of the year for coastal bait camps. With the actual holiday this Wednesday, there will be hordes of anglers taking extra days off from work on both sides of that day.
The DC Queens Houston 2026 team, a third and fourth grade girls AAU basketball team based in Galveston County recently won the Grassroots National Basketball Tournament for the second consecutive year.
The CF Monterrey Rayados snuck in a stoppage time goal for a 2-1 win over the Houston Dynamo to take home the trophy in the 10th Annual BBVA Compass Dynamo Charities Cup match Friday at BBVA Compass Stadium.
The state’s two artificial wave parks — NLand Surf Park in Austin and BSR Surf Resort in Waco — have reopened following brief closures for maintenance.