Since going 5-for-5 at the Sierra Plantation Tournament last weekend, The Woodlands had been sitting idle due to the weather.
On Saturday afternoon, the Lady Highlanders were back in action and saw a pair of pitching gems from junior Emily Langkamp as they won 5-1 over District 16-6A rival College Park before beating Harleton, 4-1. Against Harleton, Langkamp pitched a no-hitter and had six strikeouts. Against the Lady Cavaliers, she allowed four hits and fanned seven. She didn’t allow a walk all day. click here for complete story
Conroe brought an unstoppable defense to their road game against The Woodlands High School girls basketball team and took the victory 42-23. Watch highlights from the game here.
Conroe head coach Tamisha Houston said that her team’s huge defensive game has brought a lot of success to their season. click here for complete story
The Woodlands 2, San Antonio Reagan 1 & BOYS SOCCER – The Woodlands 3, CC Ray 0
After days of pleasant weather, College Park played its final match of the Lady Highlander Invitational against Katy Tompkins on a cold and overcast Saturday.
When the second 30-minute period was over, Tompkins and College Park had played to a 1-1 draw. click here for complete story
Friday’s match between The Woodlands and Keller Central was nothing short of heated. The Chargers and Highlanders engaged in a physical battle that resulted in a 4-1 win for Central. click here for complete story
At any level of soccer, sometimes teams can go a few games and not score the amount of goals The Woodlands did to begin the 2016 season on Thursday.
To start the Kilt Cup at Woodforest Bank Stadium, the Highlanders were on the board twice within the first five minutes and came away with a 7-1 win over an overmatched La Porte squad.
“When you score three goals in the first (20) minutes, it takes the air out of a lot of opponents,” The Woodlands coach Hans Kleinschmidt said. “I just think we overmatched them and shocked them at first. But great way to start.” click here for complete story