The veteran coach had seen his senior guard, a Purdue signee, lock in before. Even seven 3-pointers in as many tries — by the end of the first quarter — were a pleasant but reasonable spike for an accomplished shooter. click here for complete story
Stanford’s Kassidy Cook, a graduate of The Woodlands High School, won the women’s 3-meter springboard final with a total score of 975.20. It’s Cook’s second national title in the event after winning at the USA Diving national championships in August.
“My coach told me stay in the moment and have fun because that’s when I do my best,” said Cook, who entered the final round with an 11.35-point lead on second-place Deidre Freeman, who ended up finishing fifth. “I pretended that we were starting at square one and kept fighting through.”
Weeks before basketball practice begins, arguably one of the biggest recruits in the area, Atascocita’s Carsen Edwards, made his decision on where he would play college basketball.
Edwards on Monday confirmed his commitment to Purdue University with The Observers.
The senior selected Purdue over offers from Baylor, Houston, SMU, Tulsa, Vanderbilt, Lamar and Arkansas State. click here for complete story
In Part 1 of a three-part exclusive interview with Woodlands Online, Dr. Don Stockton talks about how he came from a Purdue University to Superintendent of schools for Conroe ISD.