Tag: Highlanders

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…

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…

Football | Bonner focused on recovery, providing leadership after injury

Ethan Bonner was a rising star in The Woodlands’ secondary last season. The 6-foot-1, 170-pound defensive back led the Highlanders with five interceptions last year as the team finished as state finalists with a record of 15-1. continue reading…

Boys Basketball: The Woodlands blows past Horn, advances to area round

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After being eliminated by Westfield in the first round of last year’s playoffs, The Woodlands has been determined to make a deep run in 2017. The Highlanders have started their postseason journey about as well as any team can with a 64-42 blowout win over Mesquite Horn in the Region II-6A bi-district round Tuesday night at the Johnson Activity Center at Fairfield High School. read more…

Football: Setting new goals: Six Highlanders from The Woodlands heading to college football

purcell_and_schmidIt’s indeed a proud moment for parents to see their kids off to college, but it can be just as rewarding for coaches. “To see the kids you’ve worked with for all these years — many of them since they started junior high football — finish their high school career and to have done well enough both in the classroom and on the field to be awarded an opportunity to go to the collegiate level and play is very, very rewarding,” said The Woodlands High School Head Coach Mark Schmid. read more…