Things simply didn’t go Oak Ridge’s way Friday night in the UIL Region II-6A area round. After picking up two quick outs in the bottom of the second inning, Austin Bowie scored 10 runs, all but ending the game in one half-inning. 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
Several local athletes put up strong performances at the Region II-6A Track and Field Championships at Baylor University in Waco over the past two days, punching their tickets to the state meet in Austin.
The Woodlands girls and boys won the regional team titles, both by close margins. The Lady Highlanders scored a total of 93 points, beating out Mesquite Horn (88.5) Harker Heights (46) and Oak Ridge (32) and Rockwall (28.5) rounded out the top five. College Park finished tied for 16th with 10 points. click here for complete story
The stakes were high Friday night between The Woodlands and Kingwood, and each team controlled its own destiny. A Highlanders win would secure a playoff spot and end Kingwood’s season. A win by the Mustangs, however, would force a three-way tie for third in District 16-6A. click here for complete story
Originally supposed to be played on Tuesday, Saturday’s District 16-6A showdown between College Park and Oak Ridge at the Diamonds of College Park had major playoff implications.
The bat of Kolton Forsythe and the arm of Jacory Boudreaux helped propel the War Eagles over the Cavaliers 7-4 and into second place in District 16-6A. click here for complete storyclick here for complete story
Winning district championships is something seniors at Atascocita have gotten used to doing.
Having back-to-back titles under their belts heading into this season, the Lady Eagles were seeking a three-peat on Saturday and clinched the District 16-6A Championship via a 10-0 no-hit victory against Conroe. click here for complete story
After a tough loss against the College Park baseball team early in the season, The Woodlands Highlanders made an 8-0 comeback in the second round of district play. The game started in the Highlanders’ favor as Clay Creighton scored the first run of the evening in the top of the first. click here for complete story and game highlights