Cross Country | 2017 Boys & Girls District 12-6A Championship Photo Gallery

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Football | Kesean Carter’s 5-touchdown performance leads The Woodlands past George Ranch

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The Woodlands wide receiver Kesean Carter (6) smiles after catching 20-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Quinn Binney during the third quarter of a non-district high school football game at Woodforest Bank Stadium, Friday, Sept. 22, 2017, in Shenandoah.

When Woodforest Bank Stadium opened its gates in 2008, it was the crown jewel of a Conroe ISD sports complex that came with a $40 million price tag. And since that time, The Woodlands High School football program has certainly gotten its money’s worth.

The Highlanders captured their 30th consecutive victory at their home venue on Friday evening, defeating George Ranch 52-12 in non-district action behind 313 all-purpose yards and five touchdowns from Texas Tech commit Kesean Carter. Read more…

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)

SOCCER | Ex-Lady Highlander keeps public informed during Hurricane Harvey

 

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Former Lady Highlander soccer player Olivia Kintigh is now working as a broadcast meteorologist for Wilkens Weather Technologies.

Olivia Kintigh was determined to be a meteorologist.

Graduating from The Woodlands High School in 2009, the former All-Montgomery County Girls Soccer Player of the Year was bound of the University of Oklahoma with weather on her mind. Read more…

College Park HS, The Woodlands community answer call to aid in Harvey relief efforts

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College Park football players help to unload supplies from a U-Haul truck carrying food and water. College Park High School served as a temporary shelter on Monday, August 28, 2017, for evacuees following catastrophic flooding throughout the city of Houston after Hurricane Harvey’s historic rain fall

It has only been three days since Hurricane Harvey hit the Texas coast, and the city of Houston continues to feel the effects of the historic storm. The 49 inches of rain recorded in southeast Houston is the greatest amount ever recorded from a tropical weather system in the lower 48 states, and the rain hasn’t stopped yet. read more…

Volleyball | Hurricane Harvey – TWHS gaining perspective, patience after strong start

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Woodlands head coach Terri Wade yells after a block in the third set of a match during the Adidas John Turner Classic at Pearland High School, Saturday, Aug. 12, 2017, in Pearland. The Woodlands defeated Prosper 2-1.

The Woodlands was off to a blazing start at the Leander Volleypalooza tournament on Thursday, picking up three victories on the first day of competition. But those matches accounted for all the success the Lady Highlanders would experience as Hurricane Harvey closed in on the Texas coast. click here for complete story