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Travis’ Cunningham calls it a career


By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com Randy Cunningham built the foundation for the Travis High football program when the school opened in the fall of 2006. Now, Cunningham, 58, has decided to retire from coaching after 34 seasons in the profession. “I’d been thinking about retiring for the past couple of years but didn’t want to do […]

ATHLETE SPOTLIGHT: Ridge Point’s Jacob Griffin


By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com When it came to playing soccer, Jacob Griffin embraced the pressure. “I like the pressure honestly,” said the Ridge Point High senior goalkeeper. “As a goalkeeper, you can be an offensive weapon and a defensive weapon.” Griffin, 17, helped lead the Panthers to their best season in school history. Ridge Point […]

Sportsmanship in season


Ridge Point High sophomore Diego Saavedra, left, gives Rosenberg Terry junior captain Jose Medrano, a helping hand after the Panthers defeated the Rangers, 1-0, in the UIL Class 5A Regional Quarterfinals last Wednesday at Mercer Stadium. Ridge Point head coach Ryan Corey said sportsmanship is a quality that RPHS emphasizes with its student-athletes. The Panthers […]

Athlete Spotlight: Clements High’s Amber Wang


By Adrian Martin For The Star Clements High golfer Amber Wang is one of the best high school golfers dwelling in the United States. She’s run amuck in District 23-6A with two district titles in the last two years. Her solid finish last season put her among the state’s top ten and the nations top […]

Four FBISD soccer teams advance to regional semifinals


Five Fort Bend ISD soccer teams competed in the regional quarterfinals on Tuesday night, and four advanced to the regional semifinals, which begin on Friday. The Ridge Point boys and girls soccer teams, as well as the Clements and Austin girls soccer teams will compete on Friday. The Ridge Point boys advanced to the regional […]

Kempner grad thrives at Rice


Rice University junior infielder Connor Tekyl, a 2012 Kempner High graduate, hit his first home run of the season for the Owls in a 7-4 loss to Middle Tennessee State last Saturday at Reckling Park. Tekyl is batting .280 and has started all 34 games for the Owls, who entered the week ranked 12th in […]

Softball in swing


The Kempner High softball team defeated 6A-23 rival, Austin, 18-9, on March 24 at Austin High’s field. 

ATHLETE SPOTLIGHT: Kempner High’s Connor Berry


Kempner High  baseball pitcher Connor Berry is highly respected throughout 23-6A. He’s earned that respect with his dominating command, and variety of pitches. After a solid sophomore year, Berry committed to the University of Oklahoma, where he’ll continue his career on the mound. Berry is closing the show with a great senior year, in which […]

Ridge Point football assistant accepts Lamar Consolidated head coaching job


Lamar CISD’s Board of Trustees has approved Rick LaFavers as the Head Football Coach and Campus Coordinator for Lamar Consolidated High School. LaFavers has 18 years of coaching experience, including time in the SEC, Big 12, C-USA and Mountain West conferences, along with FCS (NCAA Football Championship Subdivision) and Texas high schools. LaFavers coached and […]

ATHLETE SPOTLIGHT: Ridge Point’s TJ Alexander


By Adrian Martin For The Star Ridge Point’s TJ Alexander wears many hats around campus. Alexander’s fall job is quarterbacking the panthers football team, which went undefeated until a third round loss to Temple in the UIL playoffs last fall. Then in the spring months, after a brief “offseason”,  he roams the outfield on the […]

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