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Will Battle for Statewide Volleyball Title This Weekend in Austin


Derek “Tank” Schottle (Sugar Land) is getting ready to go for the gold at the 2016 Special Olympics Texas (SOTX) Winter Games, a statewide competition in Bowling, Powerlifting and Volleyball, being held in Austin from Feb. 5-7 for more than 2,500 athletes from across Texas. Schottle, a member of Fort Bend Arc’s team, has become […]

Dozens of FBISD athletes make college plans official

Eight members of the Ridge Point High football team signed with their respective colleges last Wednesday. The Panthers reached the Class 5A Division II Semifinals where they lost to eventual state champion, Cedar Park, in December. The RPHS players, from left to right, are Grant Carlson, Trevor Flores, Shane Gosson, Shyler Staton, Jhimon Preston, Jack Greene, Marcus Montemayor and Travis Bruffy., (Photo Courtesy of Fort Bend ISD

Fort Bend ISD athletes signing (by high school) on National Signing Day and the colleges/universities they selected include: Austin (1) – Benesa Jackson (Navarro College) Bush (7) – Samuel Azie (Ouachita Baptist University), Mark Conner (Cisco University), Prince Njoku (Air Force Academy), Temi Nowo (Cisco University), Javian Smith (University of Houston), Chris Thomas (University of […]

Clements High’s Furlow named State Tennis Coach of the Year

Clements HS Tennis Coach

Clements High tennis coach John Furlow has been named the Texas State High School Coach of the Year. Furlow has coached the Rangers’ tennis program since the school opened in 1983. He’s taken two teams and more than 30 individuals to the state tournament. He played collegiate tennis at Texas A&I University (now known as […]

ATHLETE SPOTLIGHT: Texas A&M junior guard / forward (Hightower High graduate) Danuel House

Texas A&M junior guard/forward Danuel House, a Hightower High graduate, is a standout for the Aggies.   (Photo courtesy of Texas A&M Athletics)

By Michael Sudhalter Texas A&M junior forward Danuel House, a Hightower High graduate, is leading a basketball renaissance in Aggieland. House, 22, transferred to A&M from the University of Houston where he was named Conference USA Freshman of the Year and earned Freshman All-American honors. He didn’t disappoint when he arrived in College Station, […]



Harmony School of Science in Sugar Land hosted a basketball team from Beijing, China in a “friendly-game” last Friday at the school’s gymnasium. The team from Beijing’s trip was made possible through the Kobe Bryant Foundation, which is dedicated to helping the lives of youth and families in need. Both teams were comprised of players, […]

Bush High football coach remembers Super Bowl title

Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning, who helped the Broncos defeated Houston in a preseason game last summer, will play in his fourth Super Bowl on Sunday in Santa Clara, Calif. Manning is 1-2 through his first three Super Bowls.    (Photo by Michael Sudhalter)

By Michael Sudhalter Bush High head football coach Allen Aldridge makes it a point to wear his Super Bowl ring to school during the week leading up to the Super Bowl. “The students love it, but I’m still regular Coach Aldridge right now,” Aldridge said. “That was the past, but it’s a chance to […]

Skeeters name Jay Lucas as Vice President of Marketing and Public Relations

Jay Lucas

Former Houston Astros Executive Joins Skeeters The Sugar Land Skeeters announced today that Jay Lucas, who possesses more than two decades of sports communications experience, has been named Vice President of Marketing and Public Relations for the Skeeters organization.  Jay Miller, President for the organization, made the announcement. “We are excited to bring Jay on […]

Athlete Spotlight: Travis High’s Morris Udeze

Morris Udeze

By Michael Sudhalter Travis High junior center Morris Udeze has successfully made the jump to the varsity level, from JV, this season. “It’s been good – it’s a huge jump,” said Udeze, who wears the No. 34 jersey for the defending 6A-23 Champion Tigers. “It’s more intense than JV. The game is faster, and […]

Elkins High names baseball field to honor legendary coach


By Michael Sudhalter Whenever the Elkins High baseball team plays a game, fans will be reminded of the guy who built the Knights’ program a household name in Texas. “Rick Carpenter – thank you for everything you’ve done for Elkins Baseball,” Elkins Principal Barbara Whitaker said of Rick Carpenter Field, which was dedicated before […]

ATHLETE SPOTLIGHT: Hightower High point guard Maddison Glass


By Michael Sudhalter Hightower High senior point guard Maddison Glass led the Hurricanes to the third round of the UIL Class 6A playoffs. Now, the third-year varsity player is hopeful that Hightower can advance past the third round and into the State Championship for the first time since 2010 (when it finished second to […]

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