Led by gold medals from A&M Consolidated's Za'Maia Marshall and Harley Coons, six Brazos Valley wrestlers participated on Championship Saturday of the UIL State Wrestling Tournament.
Robert Williams scored 17 points and grabbed 10 rebounds as Texas A&M defeated Alabama 56-53 on Saturday night.
The cooler air was certainly welcome today as temperatures started out in the 40s and we managed to get to the lower 60s for highs on your Saturday. That cool down won't last too much longer, so enjoy it while it lasts! Temperatures will fall into the lower to middle 40s again tonight as skies remain clear and moisture slowly increases from the south. Sunday will be a different story compared to the first half of the weekend with rain and storms a decent bet, especially from lunchtime through about dinnertime. It won't be anything all that heavy, but a raincoat and/or an umbrella will come in handy as you dodge the occasional passing shower on Sunday afternoon. The mercury actually remains rather comfortable again as we hit the mid to upper 60s. You knew it wouldn't last long, as moisture returns, so do those warmer temperatures for the last two days of February. It'll likely go down as the warmest February on record in the Brazos Valley.
Athletes from across the country and some locally competed for their chance at a gold medal.
The city's drone is flying several times a month.