The office of College Park coach Richard Carson is full of history. Most of the wall space is taken up by photos — snapshots of the coaching career of the man who started the College Park football program back in 2005. A couple of bookcases stand on opposite ends of his office. Their shelves spilling over with photos, footballs, helmets, awards, and other keepsakes. Read more…
Once again, the Houston area is being hit by inclement weather. And inclement weather brings postponements. Here is a list of local athletic events that are being impacted. click here for complete story
The College Park Cavalier and the Oak Ridge War Eagles exchanged the lead five times on Thursday, but College Park ended up on top with a 3-2 win in seven innings over Oak Ridge.
College Park pulled out the win thanks to strong pitching and timely hitting. College Park went up for good on a single by sophomore shortstop Travis Washburn. Washburn boosted his batting average thanks to a perfect 2-2 day at the plate to pace College Park.
Starting pitcher Nick Pischulla, got the win for College Park. He allowed two runs over 5 1/3 innings. He struck out one, walked one and surrendered four hits. Chase Burchett played fireman for the Cavs, entering in the bottom of the sixth with one out and a man on third. A swinging strikeout and ground out ended the Oak Ridge threat. In the seventh the Cavs handed the ball over to their dependable closer Luke Trahan who recorded two strikeouts.
Tyler Davis, had a solid outing but took the loss for Oak Ridge. He lasted seven innings, walked one, struck out five, and allowed three runs.
College Park jumped out to an early 1-0 lead in the top of the second. College Park got things going when Luke Trahan singled. College Park got one-run rallies in the fourth inning and the sixth. In the fourth, College Park scored on an RBI single by Washburn, scoring Pischulla.
Oak Ridge scored one run of its own in the fourth. Oak Ridge scored on an error.
On Tuesday Mar. 29 College Park will travel to Summer Creek to face the Bulldogs & Oak Ridge will host The Woodlands Highlanders in a crosstown match up.
The College Park Cavaliers won a hotly contested 6-2 game in six innings on Saturday at Deer Park HS after capturing the lead in the sixth inning. College Park grabbed the lead in the sixth inning, scoring five runs on an error, a two-run error, and a two-run single by Nick Pischulla. Cooper Ridgeway worked five innings against Klein Oak and gave up just 3 hits, 3 walks and struck out 3.
College Park opens the 2016 District 16-6A season on Tuesday, when they host the Atascocita Eagles.
The Woodlands 2, San Antonio Reagan 1 & BOYS SOCCER – The Woodlands 3, CC Ray 0
After days of pleasant weather, College Park played its final match of the Lady Highlander Invitational against Katy Tompkins on a cold and overcast Saturday.
When the second 30-minute period was over, Tompkins and College Park had played to a 1-1 draw. click here for complete story