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Fresno team plans to sue Fort Bend Youth Football League

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Staff Reports The Southeastern Conference has three teams with the Tiger mascot – Auburn, LSU and Missouri, but apparently the Fort Bend Youth Football League (FBYFL) isn’t big enough for two Gator squads. The FBYFL kicked the Fresno Gators out of the league, partially because there’s already a team with the Gators name. “This has […]

Four Fort Bend ISD teams could enter October with an undefeated record

Kempner High’s 3-0 start has surprised football fans throughout the area. The Cougars will look to remain perfect when they face Travis at 7 p.m. Friday at Mercer Stadium.
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By Michael Sudhalter Four Fort Bend ISD football teams enter the fourth week of the season with an undefeated record, but perhaps the most surprising of that quartet is Kempner High. The Cougars – who haven’t won their first three games in more than a dozen years – join perennial powers Elkins and Hightower […]

Austin High volleyball team continues to excel


By Michael Sudhalter The Austin High volleyball team has a legitimate chance to reach the UIL Class 6A Volleyball Championship this season. “I feel like every time we step on the court, we’re looking to improve our game, and I felt like we did that,” Bulldogs coach Amy Cataline said after Austin swept archival […]

Athlete Spotlight: Ridge Point High’s Grant Carlson

Ridge Point kicker/punter Grant Carlson has verbally committed to Boston College.  
(Photo by Michael Sudhalter)

By Michael Sudhalter Ridge Point High senior Grant Carlson and the Panthers are more than halfway through playing the first five games of the season at Hall Stadium. But next year, Carlson may get a change of scenery. If he plays as a true freshman, Carlson may get the chance to punt in Boston […]

Football Notebook – September 9

Marshall High defeated Alief Hastings, 27-15, with a strong defensive effort last Thursday. Aside from its defensive line, Marshall is young, but successful on defense. To read this week’s Football Notebook, log on to (Photo by Michael Sudhalter)

SCHEDULE Thursday’s games Stafford at Willowridge, 7 p.m. (Hall) West Columbia Charter at Logos Prep, 7 p.m. (HBU) Friday’s games Austin at Hightower, 7 p.m. (Hall) Kempner at Clements, 7 p.m. (Mercer) (Homecoming) Dulles at Alief Elsik, 7 p.m. Elkins at A&M Consolidated, 7 p.m. KIPP Sunnyside at Fort Bend Christian, 7 p.m. Saturday’s games […]

Willowridge to induct 12 individuals, two teams to WHS Wall of Honor

Fort Bend ISD Superintendent Dr. Charles Dupre, left, Willowridge High graduate and former NBA player T.J. Ford, center, and Willowridge High principal Joe Chandler, right are looking forward to the WHS Wall of Honor Banquet on Sept. 19 at The Power Center. (Submitted Photo)

By Michael Sudhalter – T.J. Ford competed in an NCAA Final Four, played nearly a decade in the NBA and traveled around the world. And while he’s proud of it all, the 32-year-old has never forgotten his roots as a 2001 Willowridge High graduate. He led the Eagles to state championships as a junior […]

ATHLETE SPOTLIGHT: Elkins High’s Ross Blacklock


By Michael Sudhalter Elkins High senior defensive lineman Ross Blacklock is one of the most dominant defensive linemen in the country. He started off playing fullback as a sophomore for the Knights but has since gained 80 pounds and grew two inches. Initially, his plans were to become an offensive lineman. “I enjoy using […]

Dulles win highlights great weekend for FBISD Football


By Michael Sudhalter The 11 Fort Bend ISD varsity football teams opened the first weekend of the season with an exclamation point. They finished 7-4, after going 4-7 on opening weekend last season. And three of those losses came by a total of 16 points. One of the most impressive wins was Dulles’ 34-26 […]

Willowridge returns plenty of experience

The Willowridge High football team returns 14 starters from last season’s team. (Photo by Michael Sudhalter)

By Michael Sudhalter Willowridge High will have one third the amount of varsity football players than some of their 5A-23 rivals, but Eagles third-year head coach Richard Lazarou created a motto to address the matter. “Our expectation is ‘No Excuses’,” Lazarou said. “We have all of the things you need to win. We return […]

Elkins looks for defense to deliver a district title

The Elkins High football team returns nine starters, including eight on defense.
(Photo by Michael Sudhalter)

By Michael Sudhalter Last season, the Elkins High football team was an offensive juggernaut led by superstar quarterback Johnathan Giles. Giles, who begins his career as a wide receiver at Texas Tech this season, led the Knights to a 9-2 record last season. Their losses came against teams that finished a combined 24-3. Elkins […]

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