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ELKINS HIGH SCHOOL: Elkins focused on longer playoff run

Kenneth Murray Jr. with assistant coach Tim Boutte and his father Kenneth Murray Sr.  (Photos by Bill McCaughey)

By Bill McCaughey For The Fort Bend Star Elkins went 8-3 last season but lost in the first round of the playoffs. This year, the Knights have a defense and offensive line worthy of a district champion, but it will be up to some talented but unproven skill positions to seal the deal. Kenneth Murray, […]

KEMPNER HIGH SCHOOL: Kempner aiming high

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Kempner’s Jake Landry and Billy Reagins have been teammates since junior high.

By Bill McCaughey For The Fort Bend Star A more experienced Kempner team will take the field this year looking to compete for a district championship. According to Coach Darrin Andrus, “we will return almost everyone on offense, which ranked third in total offense. Our new defensive coordinator, Ben Duhon, will bring a new scheme […]

DULLES HIGH SCHOOL: Vikings on the verge of playoffs

Marquise Frank, Luke Metzer and Maurice Frank.                                                                            ( (Photo by Bill McCaughey)

By Bill McCaughey For The Fort Bend Star Two years ago, the Dulles Vikings were 0-10. Last year they were 5-5. If the trend continues they should be in the playoffs this year. New head coach J.L. Geist, former defensive coordinator at Cedar Park Vista Ridge, a 5A semifinalist last year, inherits quite a few […]

CLEMENTS HIGH SCHOOL: Clements striving for playoffs

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By Bill McCaughey For The Fort Bend Star Opponents looking past Clements may be in for a surprise this year. Coach Bobby Darnell is back after spending five winning years at Ridge Point, and is focused on changing the culture at Clements. “We have worked hard the past five months preparing our minds and body […]

@FtBendAthletics: A new season begins

Don Martinez and his officiating crew.                                                                             (Photo by Bill McCaughey)

By Bill McCaughey For The Fort Bend Star With school having already started, the Fort Bend Star has started a new column, @FtBendAthletics, which, not surprisingly, will be focused on Fort Bend ISD athletics. The column will be published weekly in the print and digital versions of the Fort Bend Star, and breaking news will […]

CIVIL SERVANT OF THE MONTH: Rivera is Sugar Land’s running man

Sgt. Richard Rivera

By Joe Southern jsouthern@fortbendstar.com The hallways of the Sugar Land Police Department are lined with large frames of police patches from all over the country. The frames and nearly 1,000 patches belong to Sgt. Richard Rivera, who has been bartering for them for all of his 27 years in law enforcement. The collection, however, is […]

TEDx conference coming to Sugar Land

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Huge ideas are coming to Sugar Land on Aug. 27. The community is hosting experts in technology, engineering, health, education, art, communication, and many others at the upcoming TEDxSugarLand. The experiential event will feature deep conversations, insightful speakers, and amazing performances to inspire thought-provoking discussions. Tickets to the public are limited to 100 individuals via […]

STAFFORD HIGH SCHOOL: Stafford Spartans poised for another great season

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By Stafford MSD Communications Mention the Stafford High football team’s senior class and watch Spartans head football coach Ron Counter’s face light up with joy. “We have an excellent senior class of 27 players,” Counter said. “We have 5-to-10 players who could play at the Division I level. At a 4A school, you rarely see […]

It’s a great time for sports

Photo by Joe Southern
Houston Texans receiver Will Fuller hauls in a touchdown pass against Saints cornerback P.J. Williams Saturday at NRG Stadium. The Texans beat the Saints 16-9.

I absolutely love this time of year. Baseball is ramping up for the playoffs, football is kicking off its season and other sports, including the recently concluded Olympics, are keeping the sports schedule packed. Last week was an amazing week in sports for me. Sports photography is one of my great loves and I got […]

Sugar Land revamping parks, recreation plan

Grace Harper listens to Sugar Land staff explain the process of the open house on Parks and Recreation.

By Theresa D. McClellan For the Fort Bend Star People take their play seriously in Sugar Land. That’s why authorities held a public meeting to update the city’s Parks, Recreation and Open Space Master Plan on Aug. 17 at City Hall. Don’t worry if you couldn’t make the meeting. The city is providing multiple opportunities […]

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