Clear Springs’ Noah Thomas combined a competitive fire within with God-given physical attributes to excel in three sports in the 2020-21 school year and earn the title of Galveston County boys athlete of the year.
The Daily News takes a look at the Galveston County volleyball teams in District 24-6A heading into the 2021 season.
In her junior year, Clear Creek's Reaghan Thompson proved to be an X-factor for the Wildcats’ volleyball and soccer teams — successfully returning to game action following a serious knee injury in the spring of her sophomore year.
League City's Jayden Fielding, one of the nation’s top high school place kickers, will on Sunday fly out to Bradenton, Florida, to join the IMG Academy football program.
The winner of the popular vote will be the 2020-21 Galveston County boys athlete of the year. Voting closes July 20, and the winner will be featured in the July 27 sports section.
Now that sports on all levels are returning to some normality, it is my great pleasure to announce the preview magazine will be returning in the Aug. 21-22 weekend edition of The Daily News. And, I thought, we should let the readers and fans decide what team appears on the cover of the football preview magazine.
With an unreal .543 batting average, Friendswood senior shortstop Izaac Pacheco proved to be a cornerstone in the batting order for a Mustangs team given high expectations right from the start of the season.
This year's nominees feature athletes who excelled in multiple sports. The winner of the popular vote will be the 2020-21 county girls athlete of the year. Voting closes July 13, and the winner will be featured in the July 20 sports section.
Kirby Killingsworth, who has spent the past decade as the head girls basketball coach and campus coordinator for girls athletics at Clear Lake High School, takes over the district’s athletic director position from Debbie Fuchs, who announced her retirement in May.
Following an outstanding individual season and a season as a team that made program history, Clear Springs Chargers pitcher Emma Strood is the 2021 All-Galveston County softball player of the year.
With both teams at this point pretty much annual qualifiers, the Dickinson Gators and Hitchcock Bulldogs each had up-and-down performances at this week’s State 7on7 football tournament held at Veterans Park and Sports complex in College Station.
What Clear Creek multi-sport athlete Lane Brewster managed to accomplish this past April 1 is no tale of April Fools Day gotcha-style fiction. Believe it or not, all of it happened in the span of a few hours.
In the annual affair pitting some of the best high school football players from the east and west side of the Houston area against each other, the East team took a gritty 13-11 win over the West at Stallworth Stadium on Saturday night.
Whether or not a trip to the state 7on7 tournament — which will be held June 24-26 at Veterans Park and Athletic Complex in College Station — is in the cards, the offseason play (which wasn’t available to teams last year because of the COVID-19 pandemic) provides valuable experience for players ahead of the 2021 season.
In a series plagued by poor weather, the Barbers Hill Eagles endured for a 5-2 win Thursday over the Friendswood Mustangs to sweep the best-of-three Region III-5A championship baseball series at Schroeder Park.
In an outing featuring a weather delay of more than two hours, the Barbers Hills Eagles scored an impressive 8-2 win over the Friendswood Mustangs in Game 1 of the Region III-5A baseball best-of-three playoff series at Schroeder Park on Wednesday night.
Friendswood's new graduates were the deciding factor as the Mustangs crushed College Station 10-2 in the deciding third game of their Region III-5A semifinal series at Cypress Falls.
Following a rough 9-1 loss in Game 1 on Friday, Clear Springs bounced back with a 4-2 win Saturday in Game 2 to force the deciding doubleheader Game 3, which Deer Park won 3-1 to advance to the state tournament in Austin next week.