A three-time all-state player, three-time all-district first-teamer, district MVP, team co-MVP and academic all-district player, Clear Falls goalkeeper Maddy Anderson can now add her greatest honor yet to a long and growing list of achievements — All-American.
Santa Fe couldn’t carry the momentum of some early runs, as the Georgetown Eagles picked up a 4-2 do-or-die Game 3 win to end the Indians’ season in the Region III-5A semifinals Saturday afternoon at Nutrabolt Stadium.
Missed scoring opportunities proved to be costly Friday for the Santa Fe Indians, as they dropped a 2-1 heartbreaker to the Georgetown Eagles in Game 2 of their Region III-5A semifinal baseball playoff series at Nutrabolt Stadium.
Santa Fe ace pitcher Rome Shubert continued to be his dynamic self and his defense continued to make great plays, as the Indians stunned the No. 1 state-ranked Georgetown Eagles with a 6-1 win in Game 1 of their best-of-three Region III-5A semifinal playoff series Thursday at Blinn College.
Niko Nebout followed a solid opening round of 71 with a three-under par 69 on Day 2 of the Class 6A golf championship tournament Tuesday to earn a bronze medal at Legacy Hills Golf Club in Georgetown, just north of Austin.
The Santa Fe Indians are now the lone Galveston County team left standing in the UIL baseball playoffs, and they now prepare to try to win a best-of-three Region III-5A semifinal series against a team that has only lost two times all season in the No. 1 state-ranked Georgetown Eagles.
Clear Springs stretched Atascocita to the limit before dropping a 9-8 decision on Friday at Clear Springs.
The Santa Fe Indians had a big top of the fourth inning and made it through the only bit of shakiness in the field they had in the series, as they came through with a 5-4 win in Game 2 of their Region III-5A quarterfinal series, sweeping Barbers Hill to advance to the next round of the playoffs.
The Gators, who reached the third round of the state baseball tournament for just the second time in school history, must now wash away the stinging taste from an unimaginable 17-2 loss to third-ranked Kingwood in a Region III-6A quarterfinals on Friday night.
After a heartbreaking silver-medal finish last year in the boys doubles, Carter Crookston took matters into his own hands and convincingly won the singles at the University Interscholastic League Class 6A State Tennis Championships held at Texas A&M University’s George P. Mitchell Tennis Center.
Masyn Winn, Kingwood’s all-stater, rocked the Gators with a first-inning two-run homer and then settled in on the mound to dominate a 6-0 victory in the Region III-6A baseball quarterfinals at Barbers Hill.
Led by a rock-solid defense and a gritty performance from pitcher Rome Shubert, the Santa Fe Indians claimed Game 1 of their best-of-three Region III-5A quarterfinal series against the Barbers Hill Eagles, 2-1, on Thursday at the University of Houston’s Schroeder Park.
The number of Galveston County baseball teams still left standing in the UIL playoffs is down to three, as Santa Fe, Clear Springs and Dickinson will all face stiff competition in their respective regional quarterfinal matchups.
It is no miracle that a doubles-minded tennis program like Friendswood High School is sending two teams to Thursday and Friday’s University Interscholastic League State Tennis Championships in College Station. Or is it?
Bill Koster knew Clear Springs High School's Alli Schwartz had a future in the game of tennis. Just how quickly Schwartz would catch on has been a pleasant surprise to both.
Clear Springs' Kirk Collins won gold in the 110-meter hurdles and silver in the 300-meter hurdles, and La Marque's Jackeria Woodkins won gold in the 400-meter run to highlight Galveston County athletes' performances at Day 2 of the state track and field championships in Austin on Saturday.