CYPRESS — Coco Gillett had 14 kills, six digs and four aces, and Megan Vaughan had seven kills and 33 assists to help pace the Bryan volleyball team to a 25-18, 25-23, 28-26 victory over Cypress Park in District 14-6A play Tuesday.
Coco Gillett had 14 kills and seven digs, and Megan Vaughan had seven kills, 28 assists, seven kills and three blocks to help lead Bryan past Cypress Lakes 25-15, 25-13, 25-20 in District 14-6A play Friday at Viking Gym.
Nickolaus Victoria ran for two touchdowns, and Quin’Terrious Taylor and Creed Pierce each ran for one to help lead the Bryan freshman Silver football team past Rudder 24-0 on Wednesday.
Eagle sports writers Maria McIlwain and Jeff Perkins discuss their takeaways from the Crosstown Showdown, Rudder's comeback win over Elgin as well as several area games from Week 2 and share their thoughts on what we can expect from Week 3.
CYPRESS — The Bryan volleyball team lost to Bridgeland 25-17, 25-18, 25-16 in District 14-6A play Tuesday.
Coco Gillett had 26 kills, 15 digs and one block, and Heaven Dunn had six kills, one block and one ace to help lead the Bryan volleyball team past Langham Creek 25-21, 25-18, 22-25, 25-22 on Friday in District 14-6A play at Viking Gym.
Kerry Brooks did what he’s done the past two seasons at Merrill Green Stadium — score touchdowns.
With high school football well underway, the matchups only get better in Week 2.
Eagle writers Maria McIlwain and Jeff Perkins recap their Week 1 football games and preview the Crosstown Showdown between Bryan and A&M Consolidated as well as Rudder's matchup with Elgin. Plus, they give their top takeaways from opening week in the Brazos Valley and things they're look…
The Bryan freshman Silver football team beat A&M Consolidated White 28-24, and the Bryan freshman Blue won 14-13 on Wednesday.
Dime Box’s Ray Gilbert had a good night by any standard with 207 all-purpose yards.
Offensive player of the week: Rockdale quarterback Jace Robinson had a stellar first week, throwing for 441 yards and four TDs on 13-of -22 passing in the Tigers’ 48-24 win over Giddings.
Football is becoming an increasingly offensive-minded game at all levels, a trend scoreboards around the country reflect as points continue to pile up. Not so with the Crosstown Showdown.
Bryan head volleyball coach Chelsie Lemley didn’t realize just how close the scores were in her team’s 3-0 win over Tomball Memorial in its District 14-6A opener Tuesday.
The Bryan JV Blue football team beat A&M Consolidated JV A 21-7, while the Consol JV B team defeated Bryan JV Silver 20-8 on Wednesday.
WALLER — The season started a little later than scheduled, but the night ended just as the Bryan football team had intended, with a 1-0 record.
Bryan football coach Ross Rogers spent more time watching the tape of a future district foe this week than he did studying his 2019 season-opening opponent Waller.
Points came at a premium last season in Bryan football games, both for the opponents and the Vikings.
MONTGOMERY — The Bryan Lady Vikings volleyball team dropped a tight first set but rallied to beat Montgomery 26-28, 25-17, 25-15, 25-22 in nondistrict action Tuesday.
The Bryan Freshman Silver team shut out Riesel 13-0 in its season opener Tuesday at Merrill Green Stadium.
There were plenty of fireworks in the sky and on the field for Bryan and Rudder on Thursday. The teams scrimmaged as part of a community building event at Merrill Green Stadium, and head coaches Eric Ezar and Ross Rogers enjoyed the local support while learning a lot about their squads headi…
The Bryan and Rudder football teams will scrimmage at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Merrill Green Stadium. It will be the second scrimmage of fall drills for both teams.
The Bryan volleyball team had a big advantage in the stands, but in the end, A&M Consolidated fed off its own energy to pull away.
The A&M Consolidated-Bryan nondistrict volleyball match at Viking Gym on Tuesday will be broadcast by Tom Turbiville on bcsball.com starting at 5:50 p.m.
The numbers on the scoreboard didn’t matter this Friday night, but what happened on the field still held plenty of importance for Bryan and A&M Consolidated’s football teams as they played their first of two scrimmages this preseason.
The Bryan volleyball team won one of three matches at the Justin Northwest ISD tournament Thursday. The Vikings beat Lake Dallas 30-28, 23-25, 25-14 wrapped around losses to El Paso Coronado 25-21, 25-16 and Southlake Carroll 25-12, 25-20.
MONTGOMERY — The Bryan volleyball team swept Montgomery Lake Creek 25-20, 25-21, 25-15 Tuesday night.
Imagine winning a state title and few people knowing.
AUSTIN — On Thursday, the Viking volleyball team won two of three matches at the Landers Tournament, beating Austin Travis 25-11, 25-6 and Hutto 25-13, 25-20.
Some rust is to be expected as high school volleyball teams try to go from zero to 60 mph after two-plus months of summer vacation.
Football is back in the Brazos Valley until at least November.
In just a few hours, many volleyball teams won’t have the same record anymore.
Evelyn Beesaw sees herself in the young girls who come to Texas A&M equestrian meets, remembering how she used to look up to the Aggies and want to be like them one day.
The Bryan Viking Golf Tournament is set for 3 p.m. Thursday at the Phillips Event Center’s City Course.
Texas A&M outfielder Zach DeLoach and Texas pitcher Kolby Kubichek had solid performances in Sunday’s Cape Cod All-Star game.
Zach Nutall knew the game would speed up. His opponents also would be bigger and stronger than those he faced at Bryan.
College Station junior outfielder Brionna Warren and A&M Consolidated freshman first baseman Aiyana Coleman earned first-team honors on the Texas Sports Writers Association’s Class 5A All-State Softball Team.
The Bryan school district named Dereck Rush the director of health, physical education, fitness and athletics at its Wednesday school board meeting.
Randy Stewart jokes with his tennis pupils that they shouldn’t let a grandpa beat them. But he isn’t just any “grandpa” — Stewart has been synonymous with local tennis for nearly a quarter century.
When Janice Williamson learned she would be the first softball coach at Bryan, she was in Europe. When she learned she’d be the district’s athletic director, she again was on vacation.
Bryan boys basketball coach Chris Jones said it was tough to leave his players, but the opportunity to coach his daughter made the decision easy.
For Bryan basketball Chris Jones, it was tough to leave his players, but the opportunity to coach his daughter and watch her games made the decision easy.
Bryan athletic director Lance Angel wanted to get back into coaching. He got that chance and is leaving Bryan to be the head football coach and athletic director at Palestine. He returns to Palestine after five years at Bryan.
Former Texas A&M and NFL football player and local business owner Ty Warren confirmed Friday that he no longer wants the Somerville head football coaching position.
Bryan athletic director Lance Angel wanted to get back into coaching. He'll be leaving the district to pursue that opportunity as the head football coach and athletic director in Palestine. He returns to Palestine after five years at Bryan.
The Bryan volleyball program will hold a summer camp for fifth through eighth grade girls on June 4-6 at 1-4 p.m. each day at Viking Gym. Cost is $60 with a T-shirt included.
Bryan’s spring banquet Monday night was the last one for retiring Viking tennis coach Randy Stewart, who was at the helm 24 years. Stewart handed out several awards, including Most Valuable Awards to Jacob Yancy and Kristin Paholek.
CROSBY — The Bryan softball team did exactly what head coach Enrique Luna challenged it to do for six innings in Game 2 of the Lady Vikings’ Class 6A area playoff series with No. 4 Klein Collins on Thursday at Crosby Ballparks.
College Station girls soccer players Kingsley Cashion and Olivia Riechman earned honorable mention on the Class 5A Texas Association of Soccer Coaches All-State team Wednesday. Cashion made the team at defender and Riechman at midfielder.
MONTGOMERY — The Bryan softball team only has faced Klein Collins in the playoffs and never eliminated the Lady Tigers. That trend continued Tuesday as the Lady Vikings lost 12-0 in five innings to the No. 4 Lady Tigers in Game 1 of their best-of-3 Class 6A area series at Montgomery Lake Creek.