@FtBendAthletics: FBISD 9-2 after week 1

By Bill McCaughey For The Fort Bend Star Not even the weather could stop the Fort Bend ISD football teams as they went a combined 9-2 in week 1. Kempner 38, Katy Mayde Creek 31 Billy Reagins Jr. ran 57 yards for a touchdown in the opening minute as Kempner jumped to a 22-6 first […]

Dulles High School defeats Elsik and weather

Bill McCaughey For The Fort Bend Star Dulles High School jumped to an 8-0 first quarter lead, then sat out a long lightning delay before completing their 24-6 victory over Alief Elsik last Friday night in the first game of the 2016 football season. With two minutes left in the first quarter, Dulles quarterback Luke […]

Lions Club honors student

The Sugar Land Lions Club has awarded its 40th Annual Citizenship Award to Sugar Land Middle School eighth grader Bryce Vanek. He was elected by the teachers at Sugar Land Middle School as an outstanding student worthy of the award. Pictured left to right are Ella Aubin, Lions Club Tail Twister, Bryce Vanek, winner, and  Ray […]

The race for the playoffs begins

CLICK TEAM FOR ARTICLE Austin Bulldogs Bush Broncos Clements Rangers Dulles Vikings Elkins Knights Hightower Hurricanes Kempner Cougars Marshall Buffalos Ridge Point Panthers Travis Tigers Willowridge Eagles Stafford Spartans   By Bill McCaughey For The Fort Bend Star The 2016 high school football season begins this week. Due to the realignment announced last spring, the […]

RIDGE POINT HIGH SCHOOL: Ridge Point realigns and reloads

By Bill McCaughey For The Fort Bend Star For most teams, improving on last year’s 5A Division 2 state semi-finalist finish would be difficult. Add in a realignment to 6A, and improvement becomes almost impossible. The Ridge Point Panthers aren’t like most teams. They have tight end Mustapha Muhammad, the 40th ranked player in the […]

MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL: Buffalos ready to run

By Bill McCaughey For The Fort Bend Star 2015 was a tough year for the Marshall Buffalos. They only had 11 seniors and lost four games on the last possession. The upside is that all of the young players are back this year with a year of experience under their belt. “We expect to get […]

TRAVIS HIGH SCHOOL: Travis is on the clock

By Bill McCaughey For The Fort Bend Star If you were asked to describe Coach Trey Sissom’s coaching philosophy in one word, the answer is speed. “We place a premium on speed,” Sissom said. Speed means an up-tempo game plan and training to improve each player’s speed. “We try to get 80 snaps per game. […]

BUSH HIGH SCHOOL: Bush ready for move up to 6A

By Bill McCaughey For The Fort Bend Star After losing to eventual 5A Division 1 champions George Ranch in the playoffs last year, the Bush Broncos are ready to take on their Fort Bend ISD brethren in District 20-6A. Leading the defense will be all-district returnee defensive end Rashaud Powell. “I’ll be playing both defensive […]

HIGHTOWER HIGH SCHOOL: O-line to anchor Hightower this year

By Bill McCaughey For The Fort Bend Star Despite losing 62 lettermen to graduation, Coach Padriac McGinnis is feeling good about this season. “I feel like we are going to have a great season. We only have five starters coming back, but three of our sub-varsity teams won district last year,” said McGinnis. “Our spring […]

WILLOWRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL: Willowridge striving for consistency

By Bill McCaughey For The Fort Bend Star Last year the Eagles lost three district games by an average of four points, keeping them out of the playoffs. This year, by committing to do more than is expected of them, they are targeting the playoffs for the first time since 2009. Returning all-district quarterback Jeremiah […]

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