District play in 24-6A and 22-5A began just last week, but there are already plenty of interesting developments — with things expected to continue to get more interesting in Friday’s slate of games.
As the hierarchy begins to take shape for county softball teams in the 24-6A and 22-5A districts, a couple upcoming games will go a long way in further solidifying the standings as the halfway point of district play fast approaches.
After Tuesday night’s 2-1 home win over Clear Creek, the Knights have wrapped up their regular season with an outstanding overall record of 16-3-1 and District 24-6A record of 11-1.
With the Mustangs hoping to avenge an earlier district setback and clinch a district title with one match to play, Friendswood and Baytown Lee finished in a 1-1 tie Tuesday night at Stallworth Stadium.
The Yellowjackets, after falling behind 2-1 after five innings, regained momentum minutes later with a two-run sixth to hold off Clear Springs 4-2 on Tuesday night.
La Marque Cougars senior Malik Holmes is certainly no stranger to the wide world of sports, and now he’ll get the opportunity to compete on the state level in one of his multiple sports of choice — powerlifting.
After an outstanding season last year, Ball High junior Bebe Galloway managed to improve even more and become even more valuable to her Lady Tors team this season to earn her second straight Galveston County girls basketball player of the year honor.
Trailing by seven runs midway through their game, the Clear Brook Wolverines rallied all the way back for a 9-8 win at home over the Clear Creek Wildcats on Friday afternoon.
The Santa Fe Indians responded to some early adversity and got a strong stretch of pitching from starter Dalton Stevens en route to a 5-3 win over the Friendswood Mustangs at home Thursday afternoon.
Pretty much every time Santa Fe and Ball High square off at Tor Field, it’s a close game decided by the smallest of hiccups, and that was no different on a foggy, blustery afternoon Tuesday as the Indians topped the Tors, 1-0, in their District 22-5A season opener.
The Alvin Lady Jackets saw the little things go their way in a 2-1 win over the Clear Falls Knights Monday night in Alvin.