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Meadows Mayhem off to Burleson, Texas


Timely hitting, good pitching and great defense were keys in the Meadows Mayhem’s 3-1 win vs.Orange and 4-3 win vs. Kingwood to win the Coast Region title on July 21. The championship qualifies the Mayhem for the PONY South Zone tournament in Burleson, TX beginning July 25. Coaches and then kids from left to right: […]

Sienna Spikes finish 2nd at Nations SW Regional World Series


The 9U boys from the Spikes Baseball Club finish as runner up in the SW Regional World Series in Spring, Tx. They battled to force a second game in a double elimination format but their 13th game in 5 days and 4th on Friday caught up with them. After beating the Woodland Driller 16-4, they lost […]

Sugar Land’s future Taekwondo Olympians

Gianmarco Gambi  (right)

Giselle Giambi is 11 years old and will be attending Polly Ryan Middle School in Sugar Land this Fall.  She is the 2013 Amateur Athletic Union (A.A.U.) National Taekwondo Champion as well as the 2012  A.A.U. Junior Olympic Taekwondo Champion for her age and weight division. This summer Giselle trained 16+ hours per week to […]

Meadows Place Pony Bronco All Stars win Sectional Championship 


After placing as finalists in Pony League Directors and District Tournaments in Huntsville and Pasadena, the Meadows Place Mayhem team wins the Sectional Tournament in Dayton. The Mayhem will be the first team ever from Meadows Place to represent the city in a Region Tournament. Congratulations to the team led by Head Coach Rick Mueller, […]

Mitek Sports Medicine Sponsors Youth Health Expo featuring safety and sports injury prevention

Mitek Sports Medicine, a leader in orthopaedics sports medicine and a part of the DePuy Synthes Companies of Johnson & Johnson, will sponsor a Youth Health Expo on August 3, from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. at Wheeler Field House, 16403 Lexington Blvd, Sugar Land. The event is being hosted by Safe Kids Greater Houston […]

Former Hightower athlete continues track and field career at University of Texas

Vilvesh Srinivasan

Vilvesh Srinivasan’s commitment to University of Texas was a decision he knew would shape more than just his college career, but the foundation for his next forty years. His determination to run at the collegiate level led to his decision to join NCSA Athletic Recruiting, an exclusive recruiting network that provides student athletes with the […]

2013 Fort Bend ISD High School football season tickets go on sale in August 19

Season football tickets for Austin, Bush, Clements, Dulles, Elkins, Hightower, Kempner, Marshall, Ridge Point, Travis and Willowridge High Schools will be issued in the form of a pass for each seat. The pass will be retained by the purchaser for the season and will be good at Mercer or Hall Stadiums for all Home and […]

Fort Bend Braves wins championship


This is the first tournament by the Fort Bend Braves.  After two days of battling it out in the heat, the final outcome was won. 1st game against Spring Cyclones 12-3. The Braves lost the second game on Saturday to Team Milken Ma Fia 15-3.  Then the Braves came back on Sunday and won their first […]

Daryle Ryan wins medals at Texas Police Games


Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Fleet Manager and former San Antonio police officer Daryle Ryan won several medals in the Texas Police Games earlier this month in Nassau Bay. Ryan won 8 medals total in Track & Field. He won a bronze medal for the 400-meter dash, six silver medals for 5K run, 10K run, high jump, […]

Navy grants Rep. Pete Olson’s request to re-establish Clements NJROTC program

Rep. Pete Olson (TX-22) applauded the U.S. Navy for announcing plans to fully reestablish the William P. Clements High School Naval Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (NJROTC) program in Sugar Land. The Clements NJROTC program was disestablished in June 2011 due to low enrollment numbers and converted to a Navy National Defense Cadet Corps.  As […]

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