Sports

What You Need to Know Before Starting Golf  

Contrary to popular belief that golf is the easiest sport ever created, it’s quite the opposite. The “sport of kings” requires a lot of talent, helpful gear, and precision to be able to play it properly and get decent scores, let alone win. Before heading to the golf course, it wouldn’t hurt to research some of the important things needed to get you on the right track. So, we’ve come up with a list of […]

The 5 Best Basketball Games This Year

Whether you’re more of a classic NBA fan or an NCAA fanatic, one thing remains constant and that is the love for basketball. To celebrate this love, we’ve brought you five games that we know deserve a spot on the list of the best games played in 2020, so far that is. Without further ado, here are our picks. LSU Tigers vs Auburn Tigers This NCAA game was a tough call, even for the experts. […]

Former Astros Manager Bo Porter Launches Multi-Sports Summer Camp Program for Kids in Houston

The 2020 Bo Porter FASS Summer Camp is set to take place from June 1 through August 14, 2020. Through Bo Porter Charities twenty-five children living in single-parent households will receive scholarships to attend the camp. HOUSTON, TEXAS — February 10, 2020 — On Wednesday February 5, 2020, Bo Porter announced this year’s Future All-Stars Sports (FASS) Development Academy Summer Camp. The camp is set to take place at Imani School located at 12401 South Post […]

Coach Brian Randle Selected to Lead Mayde Creek High Football Program  

KATY [February 7, 2020] – The Mayde Creek High School (MCHS) Rams will have a new campus athletic coordinator/head football coach as they enter into spring season.  This week, Brian Randle was appointed by Superintendent Dr. Ken Gregorski to the position because of his passion for helping student athletes succeed and his experiences on and off the field.  Coach Randle is a perfect fit for the high school that recently had one of its most successful seasons […]

Jordan Warriors Unveil Their New Logo

Jordan High School's Warriors logo - courtesy Katy Independent School District

By George Slaughter Katy Independent School District officials have officially unveiled the logo for the new Jordan High School, which will open in August. The school’s colors are black and gold, and the mascot is Warriors. The logo is a shield with a forward-facing Warrior helmet, similar to a Centurion or Trojan. The shield sits in front of two crossed swords. School officials said that they conducted surveys of future Jordan High students, and that […]

Two Houston Area Coaches Selected To Coach In Prestigious McDonald’s All American Games In Houston

Top 48 emerging basketball stars take the court in the Annual Girls and Boys Games on April 1 HOUSTON, TX –Two Houston area coaches were selected today to join the rich legacy of high school basketball elite as coaches in the prestigious 2020 McDonald’s All American Games. Gary Hall, Varsity Head Coach at St. Thomas High School, and Charles Ament, Varsity Head Coach at Langham Creek High School, will lead the Boy’s East Team as […]

Great Investments To Buy If You Spend A Lot Of Time On A Golf Course

If you’re an avid golfer, then you will completely understand not just the art and physics involved in golf. You can also tell exactly just how elated you can be each time a well-struck shot occurs. In fact, you don’t need to be part of Augusta National to be able to relate to the thrill and excitement that comes with playing golf. If you’re among the golf enthusiasts then you know that buying some golfers’ […]

Tompkins High School Coach Named Texans High School Coach of the Year  

KATY [January 13, 2020] –  The new year is off to a great start for Katy Independent School District’s Tompkins High School (OTHS) Head Football Coach Todd McVey after finishing a record breaking season.  McVey was presented with two prestigious recognitions from the Houston Texans.  He was selected as the Houston Texans Coach of the Year and will represent the NFL team nationally at the end of this month. It all began in October 2019 when […]

Game Warden Field Notes  

The following items are compiled from recent Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s law enforcement reports. Operation Lights Out In December, 20 game wardens were called in to take part in Operation Lights Out, which focuses on illegal activity in Red River, Bowie and Lamar Counties. Their efforts over a weekend resulted in a total of 37 charges filed, three arrests, one felony arrest and one impounded vehicle. The violations consisted of hunting from a public […]

Austin Westlake Defeats Taylor, 63-3, in Semifinals

By George Slaughter Austin Westlake raced to a 35-3 halftime lead on its way to a 63-3 win over the Taylor Mustangs Saturday at McLane Stadium in a Class 6A Division II semifinal game. Taylor, making its first-ever semifinal appearance in the 40-year history of the school, finish its historic season at 9-6. The Mustangs finished 5-5 during the regular season but defeated Fort Bend Elkins, Memorial, Humble, and Cy Creek in impressive fashion to […]