The Woodlands will play for the UIL Region II-6A championship Saturday and the Highlanders can thank their aggressive nature Friday because of it. During the region semifinal against Naaman Forest at Kelly Reeves Athletic Complex in Austin, The Woodlands scored goals on a free kick and a pair of penalty kicks for a 3-1 victory. click here for complete story
The Woodlands coach Hans Kleinschmidt is no stranger to regional tournaments. After all, his teams have scrapped and clawed their way to the fourth round of the UIL state playoffs in nine of the past 11 seasons.
But that consistent level of success certainly doesn’t dampen his exuberance about the Highlanders’ trip to the Region II-6A tournament this year. click here for complete story
If there is one thing The Woodlands’ softball team has plenty of this year, it’s youth. With one third of the team made up of underclassmen and half of the roster made up of juniors, seniors are a bit of a minority in the dugout.
Leah Starkweather is just one of the two seniors on The Woodlands’ roster and the only senior regularly in the starting lineup. click here for complete story
It was a remarkable year for District 16-6A boys basketball. It was home to one of the most prolific teams in the nation in Astascocita, which ended up as the state runner-up this past weekend tp DeSoto.
Six-foot-1 College Park sophomore guard Shannon Scott was named Newcomer of the Year. Scott was second on the Cavaliers in scoring at 13.6 points per game while shooting 47 percent from the floor. He also grabbed 3.8 rebounds per game. click here for complete story
The Woodlands girls soccer team captured a 5-0 home victory over Oak Ridge on Tuesday evening in District 16-6A action. The Lady Highlanders got their goals from Sarah Piper, Jazzy Richards, Sommer Stanley, Grace Piper and Maddie Morris, respectively. “We were just playing well together, and I think that was a big part of it,” The Woodlands coach Dina Graves said. click here for complete story
There was quite a bit of build-up leading to Friday night’s showdown between The Woodlands and College Park.
Though the Cavaliers haven’t had as good a start as the Highlanders one can never predict how a rivalry game might turnout. So it was surprising that The Woodlands didn’t need to play it’s starters in the final quarter as coach Dale Reed and his Highlanders cruised to a 76-44 win. click here for complete story
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