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22
Oct

Football: Photo Gallery – College Park at Oak Ridge

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22
Oct

Volleyball: Lady War Eagles snap Lady Highlanders 24-game win streak, snatch victory in four games

The Woodlands Lady Highlanders (31-3, 9-1) had been on a roll,

Clark with one of her 28 kills on the night, leading to a monstrous victory over The Woodlands.

Clark with one of her 28 kills on the night, leading to a monstrous victory over The Woodlands.

winning 24 straight games and winning 66 of their last 67 games. Tonight they went up against a fired up Oak Ridge Lady War Eagle volleyball squad (29-5, 9-2) at Oak Ridge Gymnasium and dropped three games in four tries, falling by a score of 25-21, 25-14, 21-25, 25-20. This was Oak Ridge’s first victory in the last 19 games versus The Woodlands, and the win brings Oak Ridge within one game of The Woodlands for the district crown as the season concludes next week.

“I feel amazing,” said Oak Ridge Head Coach Tommie Sledge. “This being our senior night, how much passion, how much they have worked for this. They deserved it, they played like such a team tonight.”

Having a strong game for the Lady War Eagles was Brooke Clark, who was phenomenal with 28 kills and 15 digs. Victoria Harris had 18 kills and 18 digs, and Carly Graham had 16 kills and 20 digs. Jackie Ward had 34 assists and 11 digs, and Raigen Cianciulli tallied 35 digs for the contest. click here for complete story

22
Oct

Volleyball: (video) Oak Ridge vs. The Woodlands Volleyball Highlights 10/21

22
Oct

Volleyball: Oak Ridge upends The Woodlands

It was a victory nine long years in the making.

“It means a lot,” Oak Ridge senior outside hitter Victoria Harris said. “I feel like our whole team just came out for the seniors tonight, and I feel like The Woodlands wasn’t expecting us to come out tough because we got crushed at their house. I feel like we just won the state championship, honestly.”

Brooke Clarke, Harris and Carly Graham led the attack for the Lady War Eagles, collecting 28, 18 and 16 kills, respectively. Graham also recorded 22 assists and 20 digs, and Raigen Cianciulli led the team with 34 digs. Senior setter Jackie Ward paced the offense with 34 assists. click here for complete story

 

21
Oct

Football: Atascocita improves to 7-1 by beating Oak Ridge, Summer Creek

Following a 24-14 loss to The Woodlands High School on Saturday, Oct. 4, which was their first loss of the season, the Atascocita Eagles looked to bounce back at home. And so far, their mission has been a successful one.

With a 49-27 win over Oak Ridge on Friday, Oct. 10, and a 27-15 win over the Summer Creek Bulldogs last Friday night, the Eagles improved to 3-1 in District 16-6A play and 7-1 overall, which keeps them in prime position for a 6A playoff berth. This past Friday’s game with the Bulldogs was a tight game all the way through. The Bulldogs, still hopeful of a playoff berth, led 15-14 after three quarters, but Atascocita seized control of the game late. click here for complete story

21
Oct

Team Tennis: The 1st Postseason of the 2014-15 school year begins today

The postseason gets underway today when tournaments begin this afternoon at The Woodlands & College Park High Schools. The district events wrap up on Oct. 24 with the team championship finals.

College Park will open the post season against Klein Oak & The Woodlands will host the Spring Lions.

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21
Oct

Football Photos: 7th Grade McCullough at Knox

Monday Oct. 20, 2014 | 4:30pm Woodforest Bank Stadium

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20
Oct

Volleyball: College Park, Savannah Rutledge, cherishes all that surrounds her

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Rutledge making one of her many digs for the Lady Cavalier team

Upon entering the College Park Cavalier Gym for a varsity volleyball game, you are immediately treated to an infectious energy that is rarely duplicated when entering other gyms around this volleyball crazed state. College Park is a fairly new school settling into its own traditions as all new schools do. One of those traditions you can count on is that the Cavaliers will have a volleyball team that is always vying for district bragging rights year in and year out.

However, the reasons why the team is always good under Coach Candace Collins vary from year to year. Is Collins part of the reason? Uh, let me think about it…….Of course! But, she can’t do it all by herself as players are the reason this team shines every year, and every year you can look on the floor and see a lot of athletic ability. click here for complete story

20
Oct

UIL full legislative council will meet Monday to vote upon recommendations

UIL-Logo (1)States superintendents and athletic officials met for roughly seven hours Sunday, discussing an assortment of issues and proposals. The full legislative council will meet Monday to vote upon recommendations made by the UIL on Sunday.

Football: Beginning in 2015, football teams in Class 6A will have extra incentive to win their respective districts. District champions will have home-field advantage in the first round of the playoffs if the University Interscholastic League’s Legislative Council approves it Monday. Under the new plan, the higher seed will have the option of playing at home. The can also mutually agree to a neutral site.

Here are some highlights from Sunday’s meeting:

Water Polo: Despite having four people speak on behalf of adding water polo as a UIL sport — including former Stanford All-American Brenda Villa — it did not receive council support Sunday.

Javelin: The UIL athletics committee agreed to “study” a proposal to add javelin to track and field meets.

Ice Hockey: A proposal to add ice hockey as a UIL-sanctioned sport failed.

19
Oct

Football: Graves, Kingwood topple Conroe

Kingwood quarterback Randall Graves threw for a season-high four touchdowns in leading the Mustangs past Conroe 41-29 on Saturday night at Turner Stadium.

Graves benefited from a strong run game, which piled up 221 yards, to use the play-action pass to his advantage in the District 16-6A win. Graves finished the game 11 of 18 for 223 yards. Kingwood (2-5, 1-2) fell behind in the opening moments when kick returner DeWitt Thomas couldn’t get out of the end zone before Conroe’s Henry Guillen corralled him for a safety. click here for complete story

19
Oct

Volleyball: Oak Ridge finishes strong, beats College Park in five

Oak Ridge defeated College Park 17-25, 26-24, 25-22, 16-25, 15-9 on Friday evening to pull two full games ahead of the Lady Cavaliers in the District 16-6A standings.

The Lady War Eagles improved to 28-5 overall and 7-2 in league play. College Park, meanwhile, dropped to 24-8 and 5-4, respectively. click here for complete story

 

19
Oct

Football: Kingwood rolls past Conroe, earns first 16-6A win

Kingwood quarterback Randall Graves threw for a season-high four touchdowns in leading the Mustangs past Conroe 41-29 on Saturday night at Turner Stadium.

Graves benefited from a strong run game that piled up 221 on the ground to use the play action pass to his advantage in the District 16-6A win. Graves finished the game 11 of 18 for 223 yards passing on the night. Kingwood (2-5, 1-2) fell behind in the opening moments when kick returner DeWitt Thomas couldn’t get out of the end zone before Conroe’s Henry Guillen corralled him for a safety to take a 2-0 lead with 11:50 in the first quarter. click here for complete story

18
Oct

Volleyball: College Park at Oak Ridge Photo Gallery

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18
Oct

Team Tennis: The Woodlands at College Park Photo Gallery

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18
Oct

Football: (video) Oak Ridge vs. College Park Football Highlights 10/17

Highlights, brought to you by Consolidated Communications, of Oak Ridge’s homecoming win over the College Park Cavaliers on October 17, 2014.

18
Oct

Volleyball: Oak Ridge Lady War Eagles outlast College Park Cavaliers in five sets

Victoria_Harris_WOLThe District volleyball matchup between the Oak Ridge Lady War Eagles and the College Park Cavaliers was the slugfest that everyone expected. College Park was out to avenge their previous loss to Oak Ridge, and the Lady War Eagles were determined not to let that happen on their court, on their homecoming night.

Although Oak Ridge, now with a 28-5 record (8-2 in District play), and College Park 24-8 (5-4 in District), the two teams match up well as evidenced by the number of lead changes in the sets, that was ultimately won in five by Oak Ridge: 17-25, 26-24, 25-22, 17-25, 15-8. click here for complete story

18
Oct

2014-15 Oak Ridge High School Homecoming King & Queen

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Connor Doyel and Ivy Trevino were named homecoming king and queen at halftime of Oak Ridge High School’s homecoming game against College Park Friday night.

 

18
Oct

Lone Star College plans new campus in Creekside Park

622x350sdA new Lone Star College campus will be coming soon to The Woodlands. The college system’s new Creekside Center will be located near the southwest corner of Kuykendahl Road and West New Harmony Trail – in north Harris County, The 85,000 square foot planned facility will be placed on a 15-acre site and will accommodate 3,500 students. click here for complete story

18
Oct

Soccer: UIL state soccer staying in Georgetown

The 2015 state soccer tournament will remain in Georgetown, the University Interscholastic League confirmed Friday.soccer-ball1

Kate Hector said that the tournament will be played April 15-18 at Georgetown ISD Athletic Complex, site of the East View-Georgetown football game on Friday night. The tournament will be expanded from three to four days to accommodate competition in another UIL classification. In 2015, state champions will be crowned in Class 6A, Class 5A and Class 4A, formerly known as Class 3A. click here for complete story

18
Oct

Football: Oak Ridge War Eagles grind out victory against College Park Cavaliers, 20-13

ted_1.1The Oak Ridge War Eagles (6-2, 3-1) bounced back from their first district defeat to topple the College Park Cavaliers (1-6, 0-3), 20-13, at Woodforest Bank Stadium on homecoming night. The win puts Oak Ridge in prime position to clinch a playoff berth in the coming weeks.

“We’ve been here before,” said Oak Ridge Head Coach Dereck Rush. “We win these games in the offseason, as far as adversity, and we do those things in practice everyday, putting them in those situations.”

Leading the way for the War Eagles was running back Kwame Etwi, who had 25 carries for 113 yards and two touchdowns, including carrying the ball on nine of the ten plays in the decisive final drive of the game. Quarterback Braden Letney threw for 86 yards and rushed for another 70 yards. Wide receiver Jimmie Moore caught two balls for 72 yards, including a big 68-yard catch late in the second quarter, to setup the only score before half. Oak Ridge finished the game with 295 total yards of offense. click here for complete story and video

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