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…
AJ Thorpe and The Woodlands High School lacrosse team dismantled the Dallas Jesuit Rangers ( 8-4) 7-0 at the Texas High School Lacrosse League Houston Super-Regional in Houston on Sunday to advance to the THSLL Final 4 on Saturday, May 9-10 in Round Rock.
Thorpe, The Woodlands (16-2) junior goaltender made 10 saves and along with the Highlander defense was a virtual wall all afternoon. Junior attackman Ben Perry scored two goals to lead the offense on a day where The Woodlands was clicking on all cylinders against the Rangers who are an annual powerhouse coached by former NCAA Championship goalie, Chris Surran. click here for complete story
Junior Ben Perry and The Woodlands high school lacrosse team downed stubborn South District nemesis, Memorial (8-3, 5-3) 13-5 in a home tilt on Friday night increasing their district lead with three games to go in the regular season.
Perry, an attackman went off for four goals as fellow attackman, sophomore Nick Rauchle tallied two goals to go along with two assists. Netminder AJ Thorpe was a virtual wall between the pipes in shutting down the Mustangs late on several point blank shots to secure the win for The Woodlands (10-2, 8-0). Click here for complete story
Ben Perry and The Woodlands High School lacrosse team traveled to Katy and conquered South District foe Seven Lakes Spartans (8-3, 4-3), 17-4 in what turned out to be the Highlanders best effort of the young season.
Perry, a senior found twine three times and dished out an assist as the young, rebuilding 2015 version of the Highlanders is starting to learn how to play as a team.
As has been The Woodlands (7-0, 5-0) modus operandi thus far in the season, they struggled early having to play man down constantly due to careless penalties. Leading just 4-2 after the first quarter, The Woodlands were able to pull it together in the second stanza distancing themselves from the Spartans taking a 9-3 lead by halftime. click here for complete story
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