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Category archives for: Fort Bend ISD

Travis looks to make smooth coaching transition

The Travis High football team opens the Trey Sissom Era at 6 p.m. Saturday against Katy Seven Lakes at Tully Stadium in Spring Branch. (Photo by Michael Sudhalter)

By Michael Sudhalter Most coaches say they take things game-by-game, and Trey Sissom is no different. But the Travis High first-year head coach can’t help but get excited about the Tigers’ Sept. 24 game against defending 6A-23 champion Hightower at Mercer Stadium. “It’s one of those games you put a star by it on […]

Bush hopes for a bounce-back season

The Bush High football team, above, opens the season against Houston Madison. Below right: Defending 5A-23 champion Ridge Point will host Clear Creek in its season opener on Saturday at Hall Stadium. (Photos by Michael Sudhalter)

By Michael Sudhalter After enjoying a 9-3 season in 2013, the Bush High football team never recovered from an 0-3 start last fall. Bush went on to finish 0-7 against teams that qualified for the postseason, and 3-0 against the three opponents who missed it. Despite all that, the Broncos – who return six […]

Dulles returns plenty of experience this season


By Michael Sudhalter – 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 […]

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 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 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 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 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 […]

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