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Scanlan Oaks, Lexington Creek students participate in Texans triathlon

Scanlan Oaks students

A team of 206 students from Scanlan Oaks Elementary School took part in the fourth annual Houston Texans Kids Triathlon, presented by Texas Children’s Hospital. The event welcomed more than 1,978 participants, ages 6 to 15, and 64 registered teams that participated in swimming, biking and running courses formed at the University of Houston. The […]

ATHLETE SPOTLIGHT: Fort Bend Christian’s Aaron Allen


By Michael Sudhalter Fort Bend Christian freshman Aaron Allen pitched a no-hitter at the varsity level and led a Junior Varsity team to an undefeated record. And all before his 15th birthday, no less. Allen, who turns 15 next month, helped the Eagles share a district baseball championship with Lutheran South and Second Baptist. […]

ATHLETE SPOTLIGHT: Travis High’s Raina O’Neal


By Adrian Martin For The Star Junior center fielder Raina O’Neal is a tenured member of the Travis softball team. Her transition from middle school to high school varsity softball went well, considering Texas Tech University’s haste to offer during the first season on campus. But perhaps no spring has been more successful than the […]

Fort Bend Christian baseball heads to regional finals


The Fort Bend Christian Academy baseball team is looking to win its second TAPPS 4A State Championship in three seasons. The Eagles (18-9) routed San Antonio Cornerstone, 11-0, in San Antonio on Saturday after freshman pitcher Aaron Allen threw four no-hit innings. Senior Derek Smith didn’t allow a hit in one inning of relief.   […]


(Photo by Michael Sudhalter)

The Sugar Land Skeeters hosted its third annual Strike Out Autism game at Constellation Field. Hope For Three Autism Advocates, a Fort Bend-based non-profit, raised approximately $55,000 through sponsorships, a raffle and a post-game jersey auction. Skeeters players wore specially-designed jerseys for the game, which were auctioned to fans afterwards. In three seasons, Hope for […]



By Adrian Martin For The Star Elkins High baseball boasts an extensive list of successful baseball players. Catcher Jason Sellers is yet Elkins product that will be headed to play in the collegiate ranks. The University of Texas at San Antonio signee has experienced two first round exits and a second round exit from the […]

Clements goalkeeper doesn’t take anything for granted

Clements High senior goalkeeper Danny Namani will play Division I soccer next season at the University of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio. (Photos by Michael Sudhalter)

By Michael Sudhalter Danny Namani never takes anything for granted and tries to appreciate every moment in life – on and off the soccer field. The Clements High senior goalkeeper’s hard work and dedication on the field have earned him a Division I scholarship to the University of the Incarnate Word (UIW) in San […]

ATHLETE SPOTLIGHT: Ridge Point High’s Deante Ford


By Adrian Martin For The Star Ridge Point High athlete Deante Ford attacks the game of football and track with the same approach. Speed. He’s excellent at  using it to extend and close gaps for Ridge Point’s 4×200 and 4×400 relays. His team won the boys 23-5A district track meet last week. Now they’re headed […]

Love and Baseball: Skeeters player meets fiancee in Sugar Land


By Michael Sudhalter Travis Scott may have played the 2012 season with the York (Pa.) Revolution, but he left his heart 1,500 miles to the southwest, in Sugar Land. Scott, now entering his third season as an infielder/catcher for the Sugar Land Skeeters, was on the visiting team when the Skeeters opened Constellation Field […]

Skeeters Baseball is in the air


There’s nothing like the crack of the bat and the smell of hot dogs and hamburgers in the air to signal another exciting season of Sugar Land Skeeters Baseball. And it’s an exciting time to be a baseball fan in Sugar Land as the Skeeters enter their fourth season. Houston entrepreneurs Bob and Marcie Zlotnik, […]

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