Ball High product Kevin Berneathy has come a long way since his childhood days hanging around the Tors' lockerrooms with father-coach Joe.
In what is starting to become a tradition between Dickinson and Texas City when the teams meet up on the Stings’ home court, it was an exciting game with an electric atmosphere, as the Gators came away with a 55-48 win Tuesday afternoon.
Tuesday’s weather was great for almost everything except fishing. A cold north wind gusting to more that 20 knots had the chill factor close to 40 degrees and it was quite uncomfortable for being on the water.
Young women seem to be increasingly interested in the game, as evidenced by program growth in our local high schools and thanks to area PGA golf professionals who do a wonderful job of teaching the game and keeping it interesting.
Behind Bebe Galloway’s 40 points, 16 rebounds and six blocks, the Ball High Lady Tors rallied in the second half to top a tenacious Hitchcock Lady Bulldogs squad, 79-70, Monday afternoon.
Another cold front made its way across the upper Texas coast on Monday and, with the chilling wind and overcast conditions, very few fishermen had lines in the water.
Sunday, there was not the number of anglers on the water as you would expect during the flounder run. Perhaps word was getting around about slow action on Friday and Saturday; however, not all anglers found the fishing to be bad.
Eight Friendswood High School students competed at the Special Olympics Swim Team State Competition in College Station on Oct. 19 and 20. They won six gold medals, five silver medals, one bronze medal and six ribbons. Additionally, the FHS unified team (comprised of two Special Olympic athle…
Bailey Tisdale, a senior at Santa Fe High School, has been given a scholarship and signed her national letter of intent Wednesday to play collegiate softball at Texas Women's Univeristy, located in Denton.
Four Galveston College baseball players on Wednesday signed National Letters of Intent to play with three universities in Texas and Louisiana.
Friday and Saturday were overall slow days on the fishing scene. There were many anglers hitting the water in almost too ideal conditions and reports indicated that results were sparse.
The Dickinson Gators started strong and pulled away late against the previously unbeaten Pearland Oilers in Friday’s 49-21 Region III-6A-I bi-district playoff game at The Rig.
Plagued by penalties, the Cougars were bounced out of the postseason in a 27-19 loss to Bellville at Columbia’s Griggs Stadium in a Region III-4A-II bi-district round game that ended their season at 3-8. La Marque committed 15 penalties on the night yet were able to stay in the game until the final 1:11 of play.