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The Conroe ISD Police Department was recognized after receiving an award for having efficient delivery of service and protecting individuals’ rights at the CISD board of trustees meeting Tuesday night.Superintendent Dr. Don Stockton introduced Chief John Chancellor, a representative of the Texas Police Chiefs Association, who presented the Recognized Law Enforcement Agency award to the CISD Police Department Tuesday, according to Sarah Wood, CISD communications director. click here for complete story
A.J. Sanders took a last-second pitch from College Park teammate Robert Ferguson and cast his eyes toward the end zone.
The Cavaliers’ first victory of the season was in sight. Sanders scored on a 16-yard touchdown run to lift the Cavaliers past Aldine Davis 35-28 on Friday night, giving College Park a jolt of momentum heading into District 16-6A play.
“I just followed my blockers,” Sanders said. “My linemen and receivers did all the hard work. I just punched it in.”
College Park takes a 1-3 record into its 16-6A opener against Atascocita, while Davis falls to 1-3. click here for complete story
Police were executing two search warrants on Friday in connection with the disappearance of a University of Virginia student who went missing last weekend.
Charlottesville Police, leading the investigation into the disappearance of Hannah Graham, received a tip early Friday that led them to a suspicious vehicle, which then led them to a Charlottesville apartment, said chief of police Timothy Longo. One of the three people inside the apartment fit the description of the person of interest who police identified Thursday as a male in his late 20s or early 30s, seen by a witness putting his arm around Graham on the night she vanished… click here for complete story
Oak Ridge picked up another District 16-6A victory on Friday night, sweeping the Lady Eagles 25-12, 25-21, 25-19. The Lady War Eagles are now 24-3 this season and 3-0 in league play, all of which have come in sweeps on their opponents. click here for complete story
The Woodlands rebounded from a Game 1 loss to claim a 23-25, 25-18, 25-12, 25-21 victory over crosstown rival College Park on Friday evening, extending its winning streak to 17 matches.
Courtney Quinn led the charge for the No. 4 state-ranked Lady Highlanders with 18 kills and 14 digs, and Rachel Reed added 13 as The Woodlands (24-2, 3-0) won its 28th consecutive district game. Kendall Cook contributed 37 assists and 13 digs, and Hailey Reier and Colby Quinn finished with 12 digs each.
“It’s huge because I think College Park has a great team this year,” The Woodlands coach Leslie Madison said. “Our next district opponent is Oak Ridge, who has a great team this year, and then we have Kingwood. Our district will extremely competitive, so that’s big to get that win.”
College Park (20-5, 1-1) was led by Kennedi Smith, who tallied 17 kills and 16 digs. Savannah Rutledge led the team with 20 digs, and Hannah Erwin paced the offense with 18 assists. click here for complete story
The Woodlands didn’t let up.
Coming off last week’s upset of Katy, the Highlanders continued to surge offensively and overcame the loss of linebacker Corey Sanders to injury for a 49-3 win over La Porte on Friday night at Woodforest Stadium.
“It’s really a proving point,” said running back Patrick Carr, who rushed for 127 yards and three touchdowns. “It’s us proving the point that, ‘Hey, it was not just an upset.’ We came out on top and we were the more physical team (last week). “This win shows what kind of character we have.”
Sanders goes down – Sanders, an Army pledge and defensive captain, left midway through the second quarter with an arm injury and didn’t return. “Corey probably suffered a broken arm,” The Woodlands coach Mark Schmid said. “And that’s the big downer for tonight. click here for complete story
Oak Ridge has a lot of speed on both sides of the ball, and coach Dereck Rush expects that to be a nice advantage for the War Eagles when they take the field Saturday night.
Oak Ridge will put its perfect record on the line when it hosts Deer Park, also 3-0, in its final non-district game. The Deer are coming off of a 24-14 victory over Clear Creek. The War Eagles crushed Klein Forest 62-34 last Friday.
“We’re trying to get better,” said Rush, whose team will open District 16-6A play at Kingwood next Friday. “We’re trying to get better for our district games coming up. We’re trying to improve in every area and we’ll use this game here as a measuring stick at every position.”
Oak Ridge’s offense has shown its prowess in the early going, racking up nearly 400 yards per game, third among seven league teams behind only Conroe and Atascocita. Click here for complete story
- 7 p.m. Friday at W.W. Thorne Stadium
College Park (0-3): The Cavaliers fell just short in last week’s 14-13 loss AT Katy Taylor. … College Park is averaging 193 yards of offense per game.
Aldine Davis (1-2): Falcons RB Lexington Thomas has rushed for 220 yards and two TDs. … QB Isaac Jackson has passed for 320 yards and four TDs without an INT. … Davis, which lost to Montgomery 33-23 last week, is playing its first varsity season. click here for complete story
Woodlands Online Sports is broadcasting Inside Highlander Football with Mark Schmid live at Buffalo Wild Wings on Wednesday, September 3 at 7:00 p.m. Join us as we discuss the 2014 football season with The Woodlands High School’s Varsity Football Coach, Mark Schmid!
Inside Highlander Football with Mark Schmid will show each Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. Tune in each week for highlights, updates and the inside scoop on the The Woodlands High School Highlander Football Team! Click here to view the show
Woodlands Online Sports is broadcasting Inside War eagle Football with Dereck Rush live at Buffalo Wild Wings on Wednesday, September 3 at 6:00 p.m. Join us as we discuss the 2014 football season with Oak Ridge High School’s Varsity Football Coach, Dereck Rush Richard Carson!
Inside Oak Ridge Football with Dereck Rush will show each Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. Tune in each week for highlights, updates and the inside scoop on the Oak Ridge High School War Eagle Football Team! click here to view the show
Woodlands Online Sports is broadcasting Inside Cavalier Football with Richard Carson On-Demand at Buffalo Wild Wings on Wednesday, August 27 at 6:30 p.m. Join us as we discuss the 2014 football season with College Park High School’s Varsity Football Coach, Richard Carson!
As Hurricane Odile slammed into Mexico this past weekend, Luken Baker and Team USA were winning the gold medal in the 18U Pan American Championship game against Cuba. While the game was called with Team USA winning 1-0 in the third inning (Team USA beat Cuba earlier in the tournament, finished 8-0 overall), not everyone associated with the team has returned from the tournament due to the weather.
Hurricane Odile made landfall near Cabo, San Lucas, Sunday night, which is about three hours from where the team was playing in La Paz. The Hurricane was a category three storm with winds as high as 125 mph. click here for complete story
Police chief holding out hope in the investigation of the disappearance of Hannah Graham click here for video
When The Woodlands takes the field for its homecoming game against La Porte on Friday, coach Mark Schmid wants last week’s huge victory over then-No. 2 Katy to be firmly in the rear-view mirror.
The Highlanders (2-1), who shocked football fans around the state with their 24-7 triumph over the Tigers, are hoping to end their non-district schedule with a bang as they host the Bulldogs (2-1) at 7:30 p.m. at Woodforest Bank Stadium. It’s the first ever meeting between the two programs.click here for complete story Read more
LSC-Montgomery’s music department is excited to present piano “super” Saturday, a day-long musical festival dedicated to anything piano related, on Saturday, November 1, from 12 to 6 p.m., in the Recital Hall, located in the college’s Music Hall (Building H). This event, which is free and open to the entire community, will feature world-class piano instructor Dr. Tamás Ungár.
“I’m thrilled that LSC-Montgomery’s music department will host the first big piano event in the area that covers all aspects of piano performance—with jazz and classical artists performing, as well as burgeoning student pianists,” said Dr. Earl Holt, professor and department chair of music at LSC-Montgomery. “It’s a particular honor to host Dr. Tamás Ungár, acclaimed as one of the worlds great pianists, as clinician on our stage.”
Sergey Kuznetsov, international award-winning pianist and professor of piano at LSC-Montgomery, has created an opportunity for local educators, performers, LSC-Montgomery students, and the general public to gather for a day full of recitals, classes, presentations, and a closing reception. click here for complete story
Conroe ISD, along with neighboring districts, Willis and Montgomery, is sponsoring College Night at the Lone Star Convention & Expo Center. College Night is one of the largest college fairs held in the Houston Metropolitan area with over 150 colleges and universities in attendance and over 4,000 participants. College Night provides parents and students with the opportunity to learn about college admissions, financial aid, and military opportunities as well as speak with college admissions representatives.
College Night will be held on Tuesday, September 30, 2014 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Lone Star Convention & Expo Center located at 9055 Airport Road (formerly FM 1484) in Conroe, TX 77303. Students are encouraged to register online at http://www.gotocollegefairs.com and print out a barcode to minimize time filling out information cards at the fair. Registration for the event is not required. Click Here for more information
Independent School District, began the eighth year of the District-wide initiative, “Read for a Better Life,” by reading to the children of employees of the Curriculum, Instruction and Staff Development Department at the September Board meeting. click here for complete story
Police may soon have a new weapon in their efforts to prevent drivers from texting while on the road.A Virginia company is working on a device that detects the radio signals sent out from a vehicle when someone inside is using a cell phone. The technology is able to differentiate text messaging from phone calls. Virginia law allows adults to talk on a cellphone while driving, but not send text messages. click here for complete story