Tag: University of Oklahoma

SOCCER | Ex-Lady Highlander keeps public informed during Hurricane Harvey


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…

Baseball: Oklahoma Dominant in Exhibition Win

In the seventh, Oklahoma got the first three on by way of the walk yet again. Freshman first baseman Chris Andritsos (The Woodlands, Texas) broke the game open with a two-run double off the wall in left and freshman catcher Domenic DeRenzo (Pittsburgh, Pa.) put the game out of reach with a two-run, in-the-park home run to the 411’-mark in left-center. click here for complete story

Softball: Former OU assistant softball coach moving to The Woodlands

Tripp MacKay will leave his position at OU to join Scrap Yard Sports

1910461_518858845647_9600_nThe University of Oklahoma recently announced an assistant hitting and outfield softball coach will be leaving the program and moving to The Woodlands. Tripp MacKay, who has served on the coaching staff at OU since 2007, will be joining the team at Scrap Yard Sports. click here for complete story

Baseball: The Woodlands faces tough competition in new district

54e541fd297b6.imageNew challenges have come seemingly every year for The Woodlands baseball coach Ron Eastman, and 2015 will be no different.

This season’s particular surprise will be the level of competition surrounding the Highlanders, as the UIL’s realignment has offered no favors to last year’s District 14-5A champions.

Joining the Highlanders in the newly formed District 16-6A will be newcomers Kingwood and last year’s state semifinalist Atascocita, along with crosstown rivals College Park and Oak Ridge. click here for complete story

Football: Highlanders hoping to contain talented Katy running backs

The Woodlands’ Patrick Carr closing in on all-time rushing record

5411dbbd4b58a.imageThe Woodlands’ players and coaches will know what to expect when they take the field against Katy on Friday. The Tigers, after all, haven’t changed much from last season. The real question is whether or not the Highlanders will be able to stop them this time around.

No. 2 state-ranked Katy (2-0) will pay a visit to Woodforest Bank Stadium at 7:30 p.m. The Tigers won last year’s matchup at Rhodes Stadium, 37-14, and lead the all-time series, 5-4. Katy is coming off a 55-0 victory over Fort Bend Travis, while The Woodlands (1-1) captured its first win with a 24-14 triumph over Dekaney last week. click here for complete story


Baseball: Two Highlanders named to TSWA all-state teams

The Woodlands’ Chris Andritsos and Colton Wardle were named to the Texas Sports Writers Association all-state baseball teams, released by the organization Thursday afternoon.


Andritsos, a University of Oklahoma commit, was selected to the first team as a first baseman and was given honorable mention as a pitcher. In his junior season, the reigning Montgomery County Player of the Year hit .453/.574/.953 with 11 home runs, eight doubles and 35 RBIs. He struck out only 10 times in 115 plate appearances. click HERE for complete story

Baseball: Andritsos focused on taking care of business with 2015 draft on the horizon

Chris Andritsos admitted, it would be hard not to think about next summer at least a little bit. After all, it could be the start of an exciting new venture for The Woodlands’ senior-to-be baseball star.

That opportunity — being selected in the 2015 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft — has long been a goal for the 2014 Montgomery County Player of the Year. But…

“You’ve still got to take care of business here [in high school] because if you don’t take care of business here, that can all disappear in a few days, few weeks,” Andritsos said. “We’ll see what happens when it comes down to it.”

For now, Andritsos is content with doing all he can to enhance his abilities. That means playing plenty of baseball this summer, whether it’s competing for his Houston Kyle Chapman 17-and-under team or testing his skills at the Perfect Game National Showcase. click HERE for complete story