The TEA announced earlier that schools will have the option to offer online and remote learning this upcoming school year. The U-I-L issued guidance that those students choosing to pursue online courses this year can still be eligible to participate in extra curricular activities.
A pair of high school athletic departments have suspended their summer workouts until July 6th. Trinity ISD has reported two positive cases and has shut things down, while Huntsville ISD is concerned over the high number of positive cases in their area and is going to wait until after the fourth of July holiday to resume.
Caldwell ISD has replaced the natural grass surface at Hornet Stadium with Matrix Turf and had it installed by Hellas, the same company that has installed turf at AT&T Stadium in Arlington and NRG Stadium in Houston.
Some A&M Consolidated Tiger baseball history was made Thursday as Burl Carraway was selected in the second round by the Chicago Cubs with the 51st overall selection in the 2020 Major League Baseball Draft.
Caldwell ISD Athletic Director Matt Langley announced that slot receiver and corner back Logan Knesek would be continuing his football career after accepting a scholarship offer from Texas A&M Kingsville.
It's going to be a different kind of busy for Sue Betts after she retires on June 30th wrapping up a 46 year public education career. The longtime coach and district administrator said she was in College Station back in 1975 looking to apply for a job and by chance bumped into then superintendent Dr. Dick Burnett and the rest as they say is history.
The University Interscholastic League (UIL) released requirements and guidelines for its member schools to begin limited UIL summer strength and conditioning and marching band practice starting June 8, 2020 as restrictions due to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic begin to be lifted across the state of Texas.
COVID-19 canceled KBTX's annual Classroom Champions banquet, but American Momentum Bank Market President, Frank Varisco and Texas A&M Athletic Director Ross Bjork, this year's scheduled guest speaker, recently offered words of encouragement as class looks to the future.
College Station Lady Cougar soccer team honored its 12 seniors Wednesday evening at Cougar Field. The team's last match was before spring break, but was successful enough to have clinched the 2020 district championship.
After five decades without a football team, the Snook Bluejays formed a team and began varsity play back in 2010. But they've had to travel for all their games and haven't had a home field to play on. Now, that all changes with Burleson County's first turf football field. After ten long years of waiting, the Snook football team finally has a place to call home.
The Bryan baseball team "turned on the lights" one last time this year to honor their seniors. The coronavirus pandemic ended the season prematurely, so this was the Vikings' way of giving the seniors a proper send-off.
The A&M Consolidated softball team was supposed to be wrapping up their regular season at home Friday night. The coronavirus pandemic caused all spring sports seasons to end prematurely, so the Tigers had a unique celebration for senior night.
The A&M Consolidated baseball team was supposed to be on the field hosting Magnolia West Tuesday night, but the COVID-19 pandemic wiped out the Tigers' season. Instead of just letting the season fade away the Consol baseball family found a way to honor their 12 senior players and two senior managers by letting the players and their families sit in the baseball parking lot as the community came by and gave them their well wishes from their cars.
With the announcement from Governor Greg Abbott that all Texas schools are to remain closed to in-person learning for the remainder of this school year, and in an effort to help protect the health and safety of Texans, the University Interscholastic League (UIL) is canceling all remaining 2019-2020 spring activities and state championships.
After a three week interview process, Dr. Monzingo is excited to announce that Coach Jacob Campsey will be the new Athletic Director for Rockdale ISD. "With over 70 applicants, things that stood out with Coach Campsey were his love of Rockdale, his goal to take Rockdale to the next level in all sports, and his desire to turn out not just great athletes, but great young adults."
Viking Boys Soccer traveled to Cypress Springs for a midday match, falling to the Panters 3-0. The Panthers were able to sneak a ball through a crowded box late in the first half for a 1-0 halftime lead.