Last week saw a pair of matchups with district supremacy on the line, and the coming week will bring another key game. Here’s a quick look bac…
Seeing the Houston professional athletes support each other is always great to see. What would be even better, though, is if the Texans could manage replicate the Astros’ winning mentality and killer instinct.
By now, it’s obvious second baseman Jose Altuve was born for October. His walk-off two-run home run with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning delivered the ALCS-clinching Game 6 win, 6-4, over the New York Yankees on Saturday night at Minute Maid Park.
Except for a lost fumble recovered by Alvin’s Larry Vojacek midway through the first quarter, Clear Falls’ offense scored on every possession of the first half to hold a commanding 49-7 lead at halftime.
The win puts Dickinson on track to win the program’s first district title since the 2014 season.
It’ll be a de facto District 24-6A championship game Friday night at Challenger Columbia Stadium, as the Clear Springs Chargers play host to the Dickinson Gators.
The Ball High Tors fought hard, but could not overcome a multitude of miscues and a flat offensive performance in the second half, as the Fort Bend Hightower Hurricanes collected a 33-7 win in a frequently chippy game Thursday night at Hall Stadium.
The Astros are going with their best option available to start Game 4 of the ALCS, right here and right now. The attitude of not looking too far ahead and focusing on winning the next game in front of them is the correct way to go.