On top of his playmaking abilities, the senior signal caller also knows multiple approaches to being a leader to his teammates, and he also takes care of business in the classroom.
Conditions were not favorable for fishing the Galveston area, including the offshore waters, on Monday. High water levels, along with gusty northeast winds, kept most anglers off of the water and sitting on the sidelines waiting for the effects of the tropical system crossing the Gulf of Mex…
Sunday, the wind picked up and made it a little uncomfortable to be on the water. Most likely, the tropical system in the Gulf is providing the discomfort. If the forecasts hold, the system should make landfall by mid-week, and conditions should return to normal for this time of year.
Now three weeks into the football season and with district play in volleyball underway, things are really starting to roll on the Galveston County high school sports scene. Here are some notes from last week and what to look forward to this week.
Clear Creek and Clear Lake still lead the way in District 24-6A team tennis, both coming away with shutout wins in round three. Meantime, in District 22-5A, Ball High owns the top spot after two weeks, handing causeway rival Texas City a 19-0 shutout in a battle of early unbeatens.
Friendswood’s Leona Dakay and League City’s Christian Dadd both reached 16-and-under singles finals at the Houston Tennis Association’s National Junior Tennis & Learning September Challenger 2-Day tournament.
The rivalry between the Hitchcock Bulldogs and the La Marque Cougars was renewed for another season as Hitchcock hosted the La Marque Cougars at Bulldog Stadium, and a matchup that was fought hard between opponents ended in a 31-6 victory for La Marque as the Cougars improve to 2-1 on the season as the Bulldogs fall to 0-3.
A game that had six turnovers and a lot of penalties resulted in a 42-14 victory for the Clear Springs Chargers over the Richmond George Ranch Longhorns at Challenger Columbia Stadium on Friday night.
Friday the 13th proved to be bad luck for the Texas City Stings as the Clear Lake Falcons won the day with a 31-7 victory over the Stings at Stingaree Stadium on Friday.
Channelview stopped Clear Creek twice at the 2-yard line inside the final three minutes to preserve a 24-17 victory on Friday at Ray Maddry Stadium.
The Patriots watched as the Clear Falls Knights scored 42 unanswered points thanks to a mixed bag of big plays of their own combined with GCM costly miscues to roll out to a 62-21 non-district win Friday night at Stallworth Stadium.