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After being eliminated by Westfield in the first round of last year’s playoffs, The Woodlands has been determined to make a deep run in 2017. The Highlanders have started their postseason journey about as well as any team can with a 64-42 blowout win over Mesquite Horn in the Region II-6A bi-district round Tuesday night at the Johnson Activity Center at Fairfield High School. read more…
Since 1990, each summer, young professional musicians descend upon the University of Houston campus for a four-week intensive orchestral fellowship program. Each musician accepted into the program receives a fellowship that includes tuition, housing and meals. The program is a dynamic opportunity for young musicians to learn from distinguished artists from the Moores and Shepherd schools of music faculty as well as members of the Houston Symphony with a mission of preparing them for a career in music.
The program culminates at The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion where the Texas Music Festival Orchestra will take the Main Stage for a free concert Friday, June 24 at 8 p.m. under Guest Conductor Mei-Ann Chen. click here for complete story
Tristan Craig, a soccer player at The John Cooper School, and Connor Kidd, a football player at College Park, shared honors at the 11th annual event put on by the five Rotary Clubs of Montgomery County at Lone Star Convention Center Wednesday evening.click here for complete storyclick here for complete story
The John Cooper School softball team finished sixth last week at the Southwest Preparatory Conference tournament. The Dragons beat Fort Worth All Saints 13-8 in their opener, then fell 4-0 to St. John’s and 10-9 to Trinity Valley in the fifth-place game. click here for complete story
The former Indiana University tight end and 2011 graduate of The Woodlands High School agreed to a free-agent contract with the Washington Redskins on Saturday after he went unselected in the NFL Draft.click here for complete story
A Georgia man claims the car accident that left him with permanent brain damage was caused by a teen too busy taking selfies to pay attention to the road, NBC News reports. Now he’s suing the teen, Christal McGee, and Snapchat. The lawsuit filed this month claims McGee was using Snapchat’s speed filter at the time of the crash last September. click here for complete story