For some of these athletes, it is their first time on this grand stage, and for others, it will be their last time at a World Cup. So, don’t listen to the fun police, and keep living it up.
League City’s Derek Bruner came home with both gold and silver from the June Junior & Adult United States Tennis Association Open tournament hosted by Bay Area Racquet Club in Clear Lake City.
The Toronto Raptors did it, becoming the latest in franchises to win their first ever world championship with a 114-110 win over the Golden State Warriors on Thursday in the final game to be played in Oakland’s Oracle Arena.
Sunday is Father’s Day, and you could give Dad another necktie ... or you could take him to a 5K race held in his honor. The Dad’s Day 5K, set for Saturday, June 15, in Houston, features distances for children, families and competitive runners.
The United States Open Golf Championship, first played in 1895, begins this Thursday. For those who hate math, that makes this the 119th time the event has been played; this is the sixth time it has been played at Pebble Beach Golf Links.
Ultimately, this move will be judged by the success of the next individual to fill the role of Texans GM. It should also be judged by whether or not the Texans franchise upholds this championship standard across the board rather than only for hand-picked scapegoats.
League City’s Aman Wairkar won the boys’ 10-and-under singles orange-ball “A” draw at the Bryan-College Station Schools Out Challenger 1-Day tennis tournament.
The coming weekend is predicted to be the hottest so far this year, and hotter than a usual June weekend locally. That means it’s time to be mindful of the impact hot weather can have on runners.
Normally, when this many key players are on the shelf and this many players with little to no Major League experience are filling their shoes, it would spell doom for even the most successful team. But, amazingly, the Astros have yet to miss a beat.
Thanks to an early 1980s grassroots organization called Surf Galveston, city leaders and local surfers were able to convince the powers-that-be to establish one of the most liberal surfing ordinances of any of the developed beach cities in the United States, says longtime local waterman Peter Davis, who is also chief of the Galveston Island Beach Patrol.
Maybe I’m getting some slight delirium from a nasty cold I’ve been dealing with, but in this year’s NBA Finals, I feel an upset brewing.