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Category archives for: Fort Bend ISD

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 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 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 […]

Marshall set to be in the mix for 5A-23 title

By Michael Sudhalter Ridge Point and Elkins—the top two teams in 5A-23 last season—received some well-deserve credit during the 2014, but Marshall was hardly a distant third behind the two leaders. The Buffaloes, who finished 7-4 last season, lost a defensive showdown to Ridge Point, 13-0, and took Elkins to overtime, before falling, 42-35. […]

Ridge Point High’s Bruffy commits to Texas Tech


By Adrian Martin the for star Summer just keeps getting better for Ridge Point High offensive lineman Travis Bruffy. One of Bruffy’s goals was to pledge to his desired school by the start of the season. He achieved that goal with a commitment to Texas Tech University on July 27. Bruffy is elated to have […]

Rocket-ball comes to Sugar Land


The Houston Rockets held a summer basketball camp last week at the Imperial Park Recreation Center. Basketball players learned the skills and fundamentals of the game, and on July 7, they had a chance to meet Rockets forward Donatas “D-Mo” Motiejunas.

Texas Football magazine underestimates Hightower again

Dave Campbell’s Texas Football picked defending 6A-23 champion Hightower High to finish second in the district this fall. (Photo by Michael Sudhalter)

Perhaps being picked to finish second in Class 23-6A will be a good sign for the Hightower High football team. Last season, Dave Campbell’s Texas Football (DCTF) picked the Hurricanes to finish second behind Alief Taylor. Hightower, despite an 0-3 start, went on to finish 7-4 with a district championship and a victory over Taylor. […]

Smith, Ward commit to Division I schools

Marshall High quarterback Jeremy Smith verbally committed to Arizona State last month. Kempner High safety Jordan Ward, not pictured, verbally committed to SMU.  
(Photo by Michael Sudhalter)

By Adrian Martin For The Star The 2015 high school football season hasn’t started yet, but two Fort Bend ISD standouts have already secured their collegiate destination. Marshall High quarterback Jeremy Smith chose Arizona State, and Kempner High safety Jordan Ward picked Southern Methodist. They’re expected to make it official on National Signing Day in […]

Dulles graduate hoping to sign with Houston Rockets

Dulles High graduate D’Angelo Harrison

By Michael Sudhalter D’Angelo Harrison spent four seasons playing on one of college basketball’s biggest stages. Now, the 2011 Dulles High graduate is hoping to sign with his hometown Houston Rockets. “I think playing in Madison Square Garden in New York City got me ready for the bright lights because I had to get […]

FBISD grads selected in NBA Draft


By Adrian Martin For The Star A culmination of dreams and tireless work came to fruition last Thursday for the Harrison Twins. Who would have thought the two young, amazingly athletic sophomores that enrolled at Travis High would win a UIL state championship, compete in two NCAA Final Fours, and be prospects in the 2015 […]

Banks named Coach of the Year


Marshall High boys track & field coach Lloyd Banks, pictured right, was named Texas High School Track and Field Coach of the Year by the Texas Track and Field Coaches Association. Banks guided the Buffaloes to the UIL Class 5A State Championship in May. Marshall scored 90 points, which is a state record for track […]

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