Last week saw a pair of matchups with district supremacy on the line, and the coming week will bring another key game. Here’s a quick look back at the week that was and the week that will be in Galveston County high school sports.
Seeing the Houston professional athletes support each other is always great to see. What would be even better, though, is if the Texans could manage replicate the Astros’ winning mentality and killer instinct.
The American League Championship Series returned to Minute Maid Park in Houston for Game 6 on Saturday night. 43,357 fans were on hand for the nail-biter as the Astros beat the Yankees 6-4 with a walk-off in the bottom of the ninth inning. The Astros will open the 2019 World Series against t…
By now, it’s obvious second baseman Jose Altuve was born for October. His walk-off two-run home run with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning delivered the ALCS-clinching Game 6 win, 6-4, over the New York Yankees on Saturday night at Minute Maid Park.
I am now convinced that we are in the midst of a flounder run, albeit mostly males. We have often mentioned that the smaller males are the first to make their way through the pathways to the Gulf, and the Galveston Ship Channel is probably the prime route.
Except for a lost fumble recovered by Alvin’s Larry Vojacek midway through the first quarter, Clear Falls’ offense scored on every possession of the first half to hold a commanding 49-7 lead at halftime.
Through all four quarters of play, the Hitchcock Bulldogs traded punches against the Hempstead Bobcats, as the Bulldogs were able to preserve their lead late in the fourth quarter for a 24-20 win.
The Clear Creek Wildcats avenged last year's heartbreaking 17-14 loss to the Clear Lake Falcons in convincing fashion as Clear Creek defeated Clear Lake 35-9 and earned their first two-game winning streak of the 2019 season at Veterans Memorial Stadium on Friday night.