The Conroe girls soccer team got out to a blistering start in the freezing cold weather Thursday during the Blue Bell Invitational in Brehnam. In Kesha Cauley’s first match as head coach for the Tigerettes, Marcela Ramirez dominated on offense as the Tigerettes beat Austin St. Dominic Savio, 6-1. Ream more…
In his office, he sits on a black, leather rolling chair with his feet planted firmly on the ground. He adjusts his navy blue tie and lays it flat against his cornflower blue shirt. As he sits down, he checks the crease of his grey pants with his fingers, resting his hands on his knees.
The regular work day is over for College Park boys soccer coach John Owens, but as any coach knows, the work never truly stops. Less than a week ago, College Park’s season came to an abrupt end after losing to Westfield 3-2 in the bi-district round of the playoffs. click here for complete story
The Cavaliers took full advantage, punching their ticket to the postseason with a 4-3 victory over Conroe in a critical District 16-6A matchup at College Park High School. click here for complete story
Chance, after chance, after chance.
There was no shortage of scoring opportunities for College Park on Friday night. And while there was certainly potential for a wider margin of victory, the Cavaliers gladly walked away from Woodforest Bank Stadium with a 2-0 victory over Summer Creek.
“For us, it’s about going through and realizing we’re a good team,” said College Park coach John Owens, who welcomed a new baby girl, Samantha Ray, to the world earlier this week. “This isn’t just a streak of momentum. This is who we are. We stayed focused, we laid out a game plan, and we executed it all the way through.”
College Park (7-10-3, 5-3-2) leapfrogged Oak Ridge in the District 16-6A standings with the win, securing three more points for a total of 17 — putting the Cavs in a tie with Kingwood for second. click here for complete story
The second district match between College Park and Oak Ridge was much like the first, only with a lot more rain. The weather held up for 60 minutes of play, but a lightning delay in final 20 led both teams the call the game with College Park well in front.
The Lady Cavaliers’ offensive tenacity wore down the Oak Ridge defensive front early enough to pull off a 3-0 shutout at Woodforest Bank Stadium Tuesday night.
“We knew that the weather wasn’t going to be great,” College Park coach Meredith Cook said. “So we had to prepare for the possibility of not being able to finish a game and were really focused on coming out strong in the first. Oak Ridge played us so tight in the first half, I was excited to get a goal in before halftime.”
Junior Isa Sanabria paced the Lady Cavaliers’ offense with two goals, both coming on follow-up attempts. click here for complete story
THE WOODLANDS — The Woodlands spread the offense around as five different players scored in a 5-0 win over rival College Park on Saturday afternoon.
“I think we really saw the strength of our team today,” The Woodlands coach Dina Graves said. “We have some kids that can do some exciting things.”
The Lady Highlanders move to 8-1 in District 16-6A play with 24 points in the league’s table, placing them in a tie for first place with Kingwood. The Lady Mustangs have 24 points and have played one less game than The Woodlands with an 8-0 record. click here for complete story