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Ridge Point’s success culminates with softball’s state semifinal run


By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com For the past few months, Ridge Point High athletic teams have been knocking on the door of qualifying for the state semifinals. Last week, the Ridge Point softball team became the first Panthers squad to represent the Sienna Plantation-based school at that level. “The girls gave it a valiant effort,” Ridge […]

ATHLETE SPOTLIGHT: Kempner High’s Kathrin James


Kempner High senior Kathrin James wins prestigious city-wide honor By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com Kempner High senior softball player Kathrin James received the distinguished honor as the Houston Touchdown Club’s Female Scholar-Athlete Award. She also won the award in the Softball Category. The criteria for the award is academic, athletic, school involvement and community involvement, but […]

Travis hires Bellaire’s Sissom to lead football program


By Adrian Martin For The Star Travis High head football coach/athletic coordinator Trey Sissom is set to usher in a new era of Tiger athletics. After the retirement announcements  Randy Cunningham and principal Jeyrl Jean Kyle, there were many holes to fill. Cunningham went 56-37 in seven varsity seasons, which included four playoff appearances. Last […]

Greatwood boy to participate in patriotic softball camp


By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com Clay Watson is getting the chance to meet some heroes this week. Watson, an 8-year-old Greatwood resident who just completed the third grade at Campbell Elementary in Lamar CISD, will participate in the Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Camp in Mission Viejo, Calif. Watson was born without his left arm, but it […]

MLB drafts three Fort Bend ISD graduates


Two Fort Bend ISD graduates will have a chance to play on the major league stage for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. The Angels selected two local pitchers – Travis High graduate Nathan Bertness in the 16th round on Wednesday, and Austin High alum Taylor Cobb in the 26th round. Bertness completed his second season […]

Sugar Land’s Tal Smith disappointed to see Astros’ “hill” go away


By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com Sugar Land resident Tal Smith, the former Houston Astros General Manager and the namesake of Minute Maid Park’s “Tal’s Hill”, is disappointed that the team’s new management will do away with the center field landmark. “I’m disappointed – it’s a nice feature for the ballpark and the fans,” Smith said. Smith, […]

Logos Prep Baseball takes second in TAPPS 3A


Logos Prep had an amazing season capped off by a runy by finishing second at the state championship.  They started the season at 4-9, but finished the season 11-1 and won the district championship.  Seniors Makay Raven (3B), Stewart Williams (CF) and John Shumilak (LF) paved the way for a dream season.  Juniors Andrew Richards […]

Dulles Football builds momentum in the spring


By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com The Dulles High football team may have finished 0-10 last season, but the Vikings wrapped up spring drills with plenty of optimism last Thursday. “We were winless last year, but our kids are hungry,” Dulles second-year head coach Oschlor Flemming said after last Thursday’s Red & White Game. “We’re going to […]



The 2015 winner of the “Our Community Salutes, Fort Bend” Colin Powell Award is Oscar Cervantes, Assistant Principal at Lamar Consolidated High School. The award was presented by Petty Officer Jason Schofield of the US Navy.  PO Schofield said of Cervantes in his nomination, “Mr. Cervantes helps ensure these young people are afforded the opportunity […]

Standout from Sugar Land gets his chance at TCU


By Michael Sudhalter msudhalter@fortbendstar.com Before the 2015 season, Sugar Land native Mitchell Traver had only pitched one-third of an inning at the college level. Fast forward to June, and the 21-year-old right-hander is one of the top NCAA pitchers in the country for the TCU Horned Frogs baseball team. “We believe we can win the […]

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