A strong third quarter helped Conroe pull away for a 25-10 win over visiting College Park at Moorhead Stadium on Friday. The Tigers (1-5, 1-2) not only picked up their first win of the season, but also snapped an 11-game losing streak in the process. continue reading
If you found yourself in the stands for even just one College Park football game over the past two seasons, chance are you hear “Number 43, Sean Milligan, on the stop” a bunch of times.
And if, by chance, you were in the stands for each and every one of the Cavalier’s 11 games this season, then you heard his name 145 times.
If that number seems incredibly high, that’s because it is. So high in fact that College Park coach Richard Carson is convinced it has to be a school record.
“I didn’t realize how many tackles he had until maybe halfway through the year,” Carson said. “I looked at the totals and was blown away. He clearly set a school record. He had a huge impact on the field for us.”
When Milligan was in seventh grade, he started playing outside linebacker. When he became a junior at College Park, he was told he was too slow to play outside and they moved him to middle linebacker. But even that didn’t seem like the right fit. click here for complete story
Football playoffs are upon us. And with College Park and Spring get ready to square off in its Region II-6A Division 2 bi-district showdown 7 p.m. Friday at Leonard George Stadium, it is hard not to remember the Cavaliers extraordinary act of kindness at the end of last season.
Every year, College Park holds a toy drive and raises money to help ensure underprivileged families have a great holiday season.
Conroe senior Jaderrian Taylor capped his last game playing high school football in the biggest way imaginable.
In the second possession of overtime against District 16-6A foe College Park, Taylor pounded in a three-yard touchdown as the Tigers end the season on a high note, 19-13, Friday night at Buddy Moorhead Memorial Stadium
“This gives us a platform for next year,” Conroe coach Robert Walker said. “We have to take that and make hay with it. It was a great ending. It showed the type of football team we had all year.”
College Park opened the game conservatively with a field goal. Conroe did not possess the ball long before College Park’s Kaleb Taylor grabbed an interception. Just two downs later, Conroe recovered a fumble off of the Cavaliers. click here for complete story
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