Jordan was accompanied by Clippers teammates when his No. 12 jersey, which commemorated his high school, college, professional and Olympic career, was retired. He played his senior season at Christian Life Center Academy after transferring from Episcopal. Read more…
Katy sits atop the All-Greater Houston preseason softball rankings as they look to defend the Class 6A championship. click here for complete story
For a lot of the teams participating in the annual tournament, this two-day marathon of games marks the final tune-up for many before diving into the heart of their respective district schedules.
The following is breakdown of every team’s performance at the tournament on Monday and what Tuesday may bring. click here for complete story
Oak Ridge wrestling coach Mike Morgan likes the direction of his program heading toward the Christmas break.
The War Eagles’ boys team won the Conroe Dual Invitational on Saturday, sweeping its four matches against Summer Creek, Kingwood, Klein Forest and Jersey Village. Jersey Village was second among boys teams and Klein Forest finished third. The Jersey Village girls took first place by winning all four of their matches, followed by Oak Ridge, which went 3-1 for second place, and Conroe, which also finished 3-1 and took third. click here for complete story
But they redeemed themselves Saturday morning at the Nike NXN South Regional Meet with spots on the line for the Nike National Championship on Dec. 5 in Portland, Ore.
With similar muddy conditions at Bear Branch Park like at Round Rock Old Settlers Park back in the state meet, the Lady Mustangs qualified for nationals as team with a second place finish while senior Abby Guidry medaled with a third place finish. click here for complete story
Kingwood High Swimming and Diving had a great showing at the TISCA Gulf Championships at the Conroe ISD Natatorium on November 20-21. Both boys and girls teams finished third overall. click here for complete story
After falling to district opponent Summer Creek in four sets last week, the College Park Volleyball Team regrouped on Tuesday, September 29, and defeated Kingwood in three sets. Outside hitter Kennedi Smith was back in the game after being absent last week due to a knee injury, and the Lady Cavs were able to rally together to pull off a win. click here for complete story