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.
Bryan senior catcher Brenda Sanchez has an advantage, but it doesn’t have anything to do with her prowess behind the plate or in the batter’s box.
TAYLOR — The Bryan softball team came into Friday’s game with baggage and promptly added some more, but the Lady Vikings put it all behind in a big way with a 5-0 victory over the Cedar Park Vista Ridge Lady Rangers in the Class 6A bi-district playoffs.
CYPRESS — The Bryan baseball team lost to Cypress Woods 10-0 in District 14-6A play in the Vikings’ season finale Friday.
The Bryan softball team, which lost its last two District 14-6A games, will try to turn things around against the Vista Ridge Lady Rangers at 7 p.m. Friday in Class 6A bi-district play at Taylor.
The best part of Tuesday’s game for the Bryan baseball team came before the first pitch as nine seniors were honored on Viking Field.
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…
Bryan assistant basketball coach Jonathan Hines and College Station assistant Jeff McMillin were named boys assistant coaches of the year by the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches.
The Bryan softball team will play Cedar Park Vista Ridge in a one-game Class 6A bi-district playoff at 7 p.m. Friday at Taylor.
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.
There’s a lot of pressure on the anchor leg of a relay team, but Bryan senior Da’janae Pharms takes it all in stride.
Sometimes a clash of titans doesn’t make much noise.
It may not show up in the win column, but Bryan head coach James Dillard was proud of the way his team played Monday night.
The 14-6A leading Bryan Lady Viking softball team will play second-place Cypress Ranch at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Lady Viking Field.
Tyler Cain tossed six shutout innings to help the Bryan baseball team beat Cypress Springs 4-0 on Friday in District 14-6A at Travis Field.
CYPRESS — The Bryan softball team defeated Cypress Springs 11-1 in five innings Friday in District 14-6A play.
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…
Bryan will host the Class 6A area meet for Districts 13 and 14 on Wednesday at Merrill Green Stadium
CYPRESS — The Bryan baseball team lost to Cypress Springs 12-2 on Tuesday in District 14-6A play.
Bryan starting pitcher Jessica Adams struck out 15, and Brenda Sanchez had three hits, but the Lady Vikings needed some timely hitting late to get past struggling Cypress Park 5-3 on Tuesday night in District 14-6A softball action at Lady Viking Field.
CYPRESS — The Bryan baseball team saw its two-game District 14-6A winning streak snapped in a 17-7, six-inning loss at Bridgeland on Saturday.
Wins have been hard to come by for the Bryan baseball team, but it capped a sweep this week of the Cypress Park Tigers with a gutty 10-7 come-from-behind victory Friday night in District 14-6A play at Viking Field.
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.
Marco Sanchez and Rogelio Cerda combined on a no-hitter to lead the Bryan JV baseball team past Cypress Park 2-0 on Tuesday.
CYPRESS — The Bryan baseball team defeated Cypress Park 12-1 on Tuesday night for its first District 14-6A victory.
Jessica Adams and the Bryan Lady Viking softball team are quick learners. They let one slip away the first time they played the Bridgeland Lady Bears but held on for an important 5-3 victory Tuesday night at Lady Viking Field in District 14-6A action.
Ramiro Moreno was given the most valuable player award for the Bryan boys soccer team at Monday’s winter sports banquet.
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.
The Bryan baseball team lost to Cypress Lakes 3-0 on Friday in District 14-6A play at Viking Field.
Analisa Rodarte made her 100th game for the Bryan softball program a memorable one. She hit a pair of home runs, fell down cheering a teammate and proved she’s a much better hitter than pitcher.
The Bryan baseball team is learning on the fly this season, and that continued Saturday afternoon in a 18-2 five-inning loss to Bridgeland in District 14-6A action at Viking Field.
Three of the four football players who transferred from Bryan to College Station schools in January are back with the Vikings.
Bryan junior powerlifter Nick McDaniel has it all planned out.