The Normangee Panther tennis team claimed the District 26-2A title on Monday with a dominating performance on the court. The Panthers claimed four of the five district championships with first-place victories in girls’ and boys’ singles, girls’ doubles, and mixed doubles.
Bryan head softball coach Enrique Luna elected to break out some ‘old school’ vintage softball uniforms with shorts that the Lady Vikings wore back in 2000, and Friday afternoon’s game against Killeen Shoemaker wound up being an ‘old school’ softball game dominated by pitching.
The Texas Girls Coaches Association and Texas Association of Basketball Coaches released its All-State Basketball teams earlier this week, and College Station Girls’ Head Basketball Coach Megan Symank saw both senior guard Nalayjah Johnson and junior point guard Aliyah Collins named to the 5A squads.
The Rudder softball team got a 2 RBI single from Joslin Montoya to tie the game at 5 and then Kendall Rich delivered the game-winning hit with a flare to short as the Lady Rangers picked up their first district win with a 6-5 win over College Station.
Ryan Lennerton and his A&M Consolidated Tigers opened up District 19-5A play with a sweep of Waller after Friday night’s 10-2 win over the Waller Bulldogs. Tuesday night Consol posted a 4-0 win over the Bulldogs on their home field.
The Normangee High School powerlifting duo of Kenna and Kara Roddey rose to the occasion on Thursday at the THSWPA State Powerlifting Meet at the American Bank Center. In the 97-pound weight class, Kenna captured a bronze medal while in the 105-pound weight class Kara came in 6th.
The Normangee Panthers are sending four athletes to the state powerlifting meets. Kenna and Kara Roddey are the two girls representing the Panthers at the state girls’ powerlifting meet in Corpus Christi this Thursday.
Buffalo ISD is looking for a new head football coach and athletic director after Brandon Houston confirmed he is leaving Buffalo High School to become the head coach and athletic director at Taylor High School.
Madisonville ISD announced that Lady Mustang Libero Sidnie Smith would continue her volleyball career at Vernon College in Wichita Falls, Texas, while Armando ‘Chopp’ Juarez II will continue his football career at Sterling College in Sterling, Kansas.
The Still Creek boys’ basketball team out of Bryan brought home their first-ever Texas Christian Athletic League state championship on Saturday in Duncanville. The Colts beat Town East Christian from San Antonio 43-30 in the 1A TCAL State Title Game.