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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.

A trio of local high school baseball teams will play their final home game of the regular season Tuesday. In 19-5A, second-place College Station (21-9, 8-4) will welcome league-leading Magnolia West (22-3, 12-0), and third-place A&M Consolidated (13-11-1) will play Katy Paetow (5-14, 0-1…

CYPRESS — Cypress Ranch’s JJ Gross, a Texas A&M pledge, threw a five-inning no-hitter in an 11-0 victory over Bryan on Friday in District 14-6A play. The senior right-hander Goss struck out nine and walked two No. 2 Cy-Ranch (25-2-1, 14-0), which won its 20th straight. Tyler Cain pitched…

Somerville athletic director Dennis Mikulin confirmed Thursday that the school board has approved local football legend and business owner Ty Warren for the Yeguas’ head football coaching position with the provision of Warren starting a teacher certification program. 

As kids, Bryan sophomore softball players Jacque and Jessica Adams watched their older twin sisters, Allison Balagna Manrriquez and Alicia Balagna, who were known as the Twin Towers during their time as Lady Vikings. The elder twins threw with their younger sisters, and Jacque Adams says tha…

CYPRESS — Jessica Adams hit her 13th home run of the season to help the Bryan softball team beat Cypress Lakes 7-1 on Friday in District 14-6A play as the Lady Vikings clinched the program’s 23rd playoff berth.

Jessica Adams went 1 for 3 with an RBI and run scored and earned the victory in the circle to help lead the Bryan softball team past Langham Creek 3-0 on Friday in District 14-6A play at Lady Viking Field.