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Dulles’ Flemming, Clements’ Knowles leaving respective football programs

Oschlor Flemming

Dulles High head football coach Oschlor Flemming has decided to leave the Vikings after two seasons. The former Texas A&M running back has accepted the position of starting the new football program at Lamar CISD’s Fulshear High, which is scheduled to open this summer. Flemming succeeded the legendary Jim Creech last year, and the Vikings endured […]

George Ranch wins state title

(Photo by Graith Photography)

The George Ranch High football team made its case for being the best high school football team in Fort Bend County history. The Longhorns won the Class 5A, Division I Championship with a perfect 16-0 record, cruising past Mansfield Lake Ridge, 54-0, last Friday at NRG Stadium in Houston in the Richmond-based school’s fourth varsity […]

“H-Town Takeover” has deep Fort Bend roots

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By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com Fort Bend County might not have Division I college football until the year 2077 when both UH-Sugar Land and UH-Cinco Ranch make their debuts in the power conference known as “the Big 36.” or the “SEC Southwest.” But until that mythical day descends upon us, the University of Houston is the […]

Marshall grad to play in Texas Bowl

DeAndre Washington, a Marshall High graduate, will compete for Texas Tech in the Texas Bowl on Dec. 29  at NRG Stadium in Houston. 
(Submitted photo)

By Adrian Martin For The Star Humble beginnings in little league football have helped groom and shape the legacies of many athletes across this nation such as Texas Tech running DeAndre Washington, a Marshall High graduate who will have the opportunity when the Red Raiders (7-5) face LSU (9-3) in the Texas Bowl at 8 […]

Dulles’ Flemming leaves Vikings to start new program at Fulshear

The Dulles High football team will look to win the first game of the Oschlor Flemming Era when it hosts North Forest at 6 p.m. Thursday at Hall Stadium.  (Photos by Michael Sudhalter)

Dulles High head football coach Oschlor Flemming has decided to leave the Vikings after two seasons. The former Texas A&M running back has accepted the position of starting the new football program at Lamar CISD’s Fulshear High, which is scheduled to open this summer. Flemming succeeded the legendary Jim Creech last year, and the Vikings endured […]

Ridge Point’s historic run ends in state semifinals

Ridge Point High teammates Shyler Staton (No. 32) and Omari Houston look to slow down undefeated Cedar Park in the Class 5A Division II State Semifinals last Saturday at NRG Stadium in Houston.  Both Staton and Houston earned first-team All-5A-23 honors.   (Photo by Michael Sudhalter)

By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com More than a month ago, the Ridge Point High football team found its season in jeopardy during a chilly night in Freeport. But the Panthers managed to defeat Port Lavaca Calhoun, 42-35, that night before reeling off three more postseason victories. Ridge Point (11-4) reached the UIL Class 5A Division II […]

Hightower Band to perform at Peach Bowl in Atlanta

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By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com The University of Houston football team won’t be the only Houston-area entity making a historic trip to the Peach Bowl on New Year’s Eve in Atlanta. Before the Cougars were selected for the Elite Bowl, Chick-fil-A – the sponsor of the Peach Bowl – and the bowl promoter invited the Hightower […]

Clements Navy JROTC Collects for Houston Food Bank

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During this time of year, the Houston Food Bank reaches out to community organizations to help keep the shelves stocked throughout the holiday season. This year, the Navy JROTC cadets of William P. Clements held an intra-company competition to see which of the 5 platoons could donate the most canned goods to the Food Bank. […]

Ridge Point Football not intimidated by Cedar Park’s top billing

Ridge Point High quarterback Shane Gosson passed for 215 yards and three touchdowns in a 36-35 overtime win over Angleton on Saturday at the Alamodome in San Antonio. (Photo by Michael Sudhalter)

Cedar Park may be the top-ranked Class 5A football team in the state of Texas. But don’t expect red-hot Ridge Point to stand in awe of the 14-0 Timberwolves in the 5A-II State Semifinals at 2 p.m. Saturday at NRG Stadium in Houston. “Our kids don’t worry about rankings – that’s for adults and people […]

Ridge Point edges Angleton, advances to state semifinals

Ridge Point High quarterback Shane Gosson passed for 215 yards and three touchdowns in a 36-35 overtime win over Angleton on Saturday at the Alamodome in San Antonio. (Photo by Michael Sudhalter)

The Ridge Point High football team just continues to make history. The Panthers (11-3) edged perennial power Angleton (8-6), 36-35 in overtime, in the Class 5A, Division II State Quarterfinals on Saturday at the Alamodome in San Antonio. They’ll face undefeated Cedar Park (14-0) in the state semifinals at 2 p.m. Saturday at NRG Stadium […]

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