Category: Tennis

College Park Reading for a Better Life Photo Gallery

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The Conroe Independent School District is promoting a culture of reading by calling to action all adults within the Conroe ISD community to devote at least 30 minutes a day to reading aloud to children. (photo gallery)

Team Tennis: The Woodlands & College Park advanced to the 2016 Class 6A Region II Championships.

Fall tennis is more of a team sport – schools win or lose on team scores – and as a team, The Woodlands punched its ticket to the Class 6A Region II Championships Friday after defeating Rockwall Heath 19-0 in the UIL Class 6A area round, followed by a 12-4 win over Longview in the semifinals.

The Woodlands is headed to the regional tournament for the 11th straight year and College Park will be the other representative out of the area tournament. The Highlanders will be the top seed after they defeated the Cavaliers back in September during district play.

The Highlanders won two girls doubles matches with Longview. Michaela Csikos and Avery Hilbig won in the No. 2 match while Lauren Cole and Natalia Castellanos won the No. 3 flight. Continue reading “Team Tennis: The Woodlands & College Park advanced to the 2016 Class 6A Region II Championships.”

Team Tennis: The Woodlands rolls past Kingwood 12-6 in season opener

DSC00684The Woodlands Highlander’s tennis team opened up the season with a hard fought 12-6 non-district win over Kingwood HS Wednesday afternoon at the The Woodlands Tennis Courts.  The highlanders will go to Klein on Friday. click here for photos

Ten Cooper athletes named scholar-athlete finalists

CDragon_2CTen senior athletes from The John Cooper School were named finalists for the Rotary Club of Lake Conroe’s Mike Ogg All-Montgomery County Scholar-Athlete of the Year.

Honored finalists and their sport include Cross Austin, boys’ baseball; Tristan Craig, boys’ soccer; Kathryn Early, girls’ basketball; Bella Evans, girls’ track & field; Michael Gerber, boys’ football; Turner Gregory, boys’ tennis; Ryan Mullen, boys’ track & field; Sydney Shannon, girls’ swimming; Taylor Sloop, girls’ softball; and Hannah Weinstein, girls’ tennis. click here for complete story