If you’re a sports fan, your calendars are letting you know that we are now fully in the swing of what many would call, “The Most Wonderful Time of the Year.” With high school, college, and professional sports all ramping up, it’s an exciting time to root for your favorite team at any level.…
Last Saturday, Taylor Word took home the first-place medal at the AAU Cross Country National Championships in Charlotte, N.C., finishing with a time of 4 minutes and 20 seconds in the girls 6-and-under division in the 1,000-meter race.
With sticks between their legs, the players zoomed across the lush green grass of Hometown Heroes Park in a kinetic movement in hopes to score points through the raised hoops on either side of the field.
With a full season of coach Craig Dailey’s system under their collective belts, Clear Springs is in good position to defend their District 24-6A title. Simply winning a district crown, however, isn’t what the Chargers are focused on leading into fall practice in August.
When 8-year-old Kelsey Nalepa died in the early morning of April 8 from injuries suffered in an April 6 auto accident, it struck multiple chords in the local sports community.
A recent visit to League City's Harbourview Care Center was one of many community service projects conducted by different Clear Creek ISD athletic programs and the athletic programs at other county school districts in their respective communities.
Friendswood’s Danna Cai and Chumeng Cai both won singles titles at the second annual Jen Fine Homes Parent-Child Doubles & Junior Singles tennis tournament held at Bay Area Racquet Club in Clear Lake City.
Since his freshman year at La Marque High School, Houston Cougars defensive lineman Aymiel Fleming has made time to visit the residents at Harbourview Care Center in League City.
Clear Springs’ Craig Dailey did what almost no other head coach would do at halftime of a closer-than-expected game. He gathered his players together for a team photo.
Adult indoor soccer leagues began using the field house the week of Oct. 17. The field house will be available to men, women and coed teams.
While statistics and winning records played a part in choosing the first inductees, character was a significant factor in the selections, Hall of Honor Committee Chairman Dr. Lynn Davis said.
Like many teams, Clear Creek volleyball likes to adopt a team motto, and this year’s creed for the Wildcats directly addresses where players want to see their 2016 season go.
It can be said that football season officially has arrived in the north county area with the eighth annual Kickoff by the Creek, which took place Aug. 3.