Galveston's Adrienne Culpepper called, flipped her cards and won the Island Showdown Texas Hold ‘Em tournament in the wee hours of the morning June 10, earning an entry into the World Series of Poker Main Event world championship, which starts this week.
Playing with the Harlem Globetrotters runs in the Dunbar family. The tradition began with longtime Trotter “Sweet” Lou Dunbar, and now his son Lou Dunbar II will get a chance to carry on the flame.
Cindy Benzon was all smiles Saturday as she watched 16 wheelchair tennis participants face off on the Ball High Courts.
Sea Star Base Galveston is teaming up with two other local organizations to host the first-ever Land & Sea Adaptive Sports Challenge today through Sunday.
Ball High senior Emily Sims' horse riding talents drew the attention of Schreiner University's brand new co-ed equestrian varsity program, which officially made her the Mountaineers' first-ever signee in a ceremony held Saturday at Sandhill Crane Riding School.
Sunny skies, warming Gulf waters and fun, waist-high waves greeted the state's top competitive surfers on Saturday at the Texas Gulf Surfing Association's Galveston Open.
It’s been an exciting season so far for Galveston Rugby Football Club (GRFC) — celebrating its 50th anniversary, getting a new coach, winning every game this season, and seeing two of its players off to compete at higher levels.
The Clear Lake 8 Ball League isn't the only pool league that takes place at Legends Billiards as the bar also hosts a players league on Wednesday nights, as well as tournaments. Other locales in the county have also been known to host pool leagues and tournaments, as well.
The Steel Wheels Club, a non-profit group and roller derby team, has their sights set on starting a new international roller derby company based in Galveston.
Sea Star Base Galveston is quickly starting the new year with an event open to the Galveston community, which is a public kayak excursion.
Playing in the Gulf Coast Premier Football League, the Red Raider freshman team posted an 11-0 record this season, winning the Super Bowl in the Gulf Coast Premier Football League.
Aspen Miller will be one of 120 cowgirls competing at the competition. Each of the competitor will be competing for over $130,000 in cash and prizes and a chance to earn a qualifying spot in the American Semifinals next February in Fort Worth.
Held at Scholes International Airport, the event was originally supposed to take place on Sept. 9 but was rescheduled due to Hurricane Harvey.
With sticks between their legs, the players zoomed across the lush green grass of Hometown Heroes Park in a kinetic movement in hopes to score points through the raised hoops on either side of the field.