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Officer Carrizales awarded Congressional Medal of Bravery


By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com With tears rolling down her face, former Stafford Police Officer Ann Carrizales accepted the Congressional Medal of Bravery, which was presented by U.S. Rep. Pete Olson (R-Texas). “It’s bittersweet to receive this medal,” said Carrizales, who joined the Meadows Place Police Department last month. “My heart hurts from the tears my […]

Newland project could bring 3,000 new jobs to Sugar Land


By S. Barot For The Star Development giant Newland Communities presented Sugar Land Planning and Zoning Commission with a “conceptual by nature” presentation in July, which showed renderings and made references to a Town Square-like property near the Smart Financial Centre. Planning and Zoning Commissioner Carl Stephens noted that people were against the proposed 900 new […]

Leaping Into Football Season – five questions for the 2015 season


Five questions for  the 2015 season Is Hightower good enough to play for a state title? Hightower has the talent and experience to make a deep playoff run, but will the Hurricanes be able to play for the UIL 6A State Championship on Dec. 19 at NRG Stadium in Houston? Hightower finished second at state in […]

Dulles returns plenty of experience this season


By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com The Dulles High football team hasn’t won a game since Oct. 17, 2013. But a 13-game-losing streak is the last thing on the minds of the Vikings, most of whom were in Middle School when the streak began. “Each year is independent of its own,” said Vikings second-year head coach Oschlor […]

Hightower has lofty expectations in 2015

Hightower High senior quarterback Nekio Hollins is 13-2 as a starting quarterback.
(Photo by Michael Sudhalter)

By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com Hightower High head football coach Padriac McGinnis was an assistant on the 2008 and 2011 Hurricane teams that finished second in the UIL State Tournament. McGinnis, entering his fourth season as head coach, is confident that the Hurricanes are due for another trip to the state championship game. And if talent […]

Austin High’s hungry for a playoff return

The Austin High football team is eager to return to the playoffs after missing it by a game last season. (Photos by Michael Sudhalter)

By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com The Austin High football team missed a return trip to the playoffs by the slimmest of margins. A 19-14 road loss to Alief Taylor eliminated the Bulldogs from the postseason chase, but there’s been a silver lining. Whether it’s been weight training or competing in 7-on-7 games, the Bulldogs have pushed […]

Clements counts on defense to catch up to offense

Clements High finished 2-8 last season but lost five games by a total of 16 points.  (Photo by Michael Sudhalter)

By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com For casual spectators, the Clements High football team had an entertaining season last year. The Rangers’ results would make John Madden video game fans stand up and take notice – a 46-45 win, a 47-40 loss, twin 35-34 losses, capped by a 50-44 loss. But Clements head coach Keith Knowles, who’s […]

Kempner looks to build upon powerful offense

The Kempner High football team finished 3-7 last season but led 6A-23 in total offense. (Photo by Michael Sudhalter)

By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com The Kempner High football team made a strong case for being the best 3-7 team in the Greater Houston area last season. The Cougars lost five games by a total of 19 points, including a pair of one-point losses. They led 6A-23 offensively, accumulating 4,300 rushing yards with their Triple Option/Wishbone […]

Ridge Point revs up for another run

The Ridge Point High football team will look to repeat as 5A-23 Champions this year. (Photo by Michael Sudhalter)

By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com In just its fourth varsity season, the Ridge Point High football team enjoyed a magical season. The Panthers finished 12-1, losing to eventual 5A state runner-up Temple, 38-35, in the regional semifinals. Ridge Point graduated all but six starters from that team, but Panthers head coach Brett Sniffin isn’t worried, and […]

Community mourns Precinct 1 Constable A.J. Dorr


A.J. Dorr wasn’t born in Needville, but he got to the southern Fort Bend city as quick as he could. Dorr, 63, passed away last Wednesday after a hard-fought battle against renal cell carcinoma. A funeral was held  last Saturday at the Immanuel United Church of Christ in Needville. The Precinct 1 Constable since 1997 […]

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