Baseball coach Scott Holder threw College Station a curve when he left for Prosper last month, but the Cougars were lucky enough to already have someone on staff they consider a home-run replacement.
College Station and Leon are the only Brazos Valley schools to finish in the Top 25 in the UIL’s Lone Star Cup.
The Brazos Valley QB/WR Academy on July 9-10 will be at Field House Sports and not at College Station’s Cougar Stadium. Field House Sports is at 21930 Kathy Fleming Road in Milican.
Gage Pahl’s arm is gassed, but he’s on cloud nine.
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.
It’s hard to tell which of College Station’s wide receivers is the new one to the position.
Last year, College Station got to be the “hometown hero” in senior linebacker Michael Medlin’s words, winning the Texas State 7-on-7 Division I championship game 20-19 over A&M Consolidated.
College Station will host the Brazos Valley QB/WR Academy on July 9-10 at College Station for incoming third through sixth graders. The camp will run from 8-11 a.m. each day and costs $50.
College Station has hired Evan Foxworth as its new head boys soccer coach, campus coordinator and head football coach Steve Huff said Monday.
College Station qualified for the Texas 7-on-7 Championships with five days to spare, beating Tompkins 40-34 in the qualifying game of the Houston Sam Brown state qualifying tournament Sunday.
For the first time in its short but illustrious history, College Station baseball will have a new head man.
College Station senior Kendall Tramel and juniors Hailey Hudson and Brionna Warren were named to the Texas Girls Coaches Association’s Class 5A all-state softball team.
College Station is hosting a football camp for incoming second through sixth graders from 5-7 p.m. daily Monday through Thursday. Cost is $60. To register, visit TheCougarWay.com online or contact College Station head football coach and camp director Steve Huff for more information via email…
College Station senior outfielder Bryson Lucas and Brenham junior second baseman Garrison Weiss were selected to the Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association’s Class 5A All-State first team Wednesday.
College Station’s baseball camp will hold two sessions on Monday through June 20. Session I is for incoming grades three through six from 8-10 a.m., and Session II is for incoming grades seven through nine from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Registration is available at www.cougarway.com. For more inform…
Any college baseball team finding itself short on pitching after this week’s major league draft might want to consider calling Reece Easterling.
GEORGETOWN — As the lone senior on the College Station boys golf team, Nicholas Holland did whatever he could to lead the young Cougars to a height they’d never been as a program.
College Station defensive coordinator Ken Stapp has retired from teaching and coaching, Cougars head football coach Steve Huff confirmed Tuesday.
GEORGETOWN — At the meeting for the Class 5A and 6A coaches the night before the boys state golf tournament, a UIL official asked for a show of hands of those with programs making their first trip to state. College Station’s Brian Edwards was the lone 5A coach to respond.
The College Station boys golf team will compete in the Class 5A state tournament Monday and Tuesday on the 6,718-yard, par-72 White Wing Golf Club in Georgetown.
CYPRESS — College Station didn’t need a hit to make plenty of noise on the basepaths, but in the end, Angleton and pitcher Aaliyah Garcia were in control.
Images of College Station's regional semifinal game against Angleton.
Nothing has gone as planned for College Station senior first baseman Cami Winder’s high school softball career.
The College Station football team will hold its spring game at 6 p.m. Friday at Cougar Field.
GEORGETOWN — The College Station Lady Cougars golf team couldn’t make a move on the second and final day at the UIL Class 5A state championship, firing a 359 to finish 12th at 713.
GEORGETOWN — Sophomore Felisa Sajulga gave the College Station girls golf team just the boost it needed to take it into the second day of the UIL Class 5A state tournament at White Wing Golf Course.
The College Station softball team hasn’t been an underdog often this season, but that’s the position in which the Lady Cougars find themselves heading into their next game.
Here are the Texas high school softball rankings for the week of May 13 as compiled by the Texas Girls Coaches Association.
It was a sweet feeling for the College Station girls golf team when the Lady Cougars met their season-long goal of reaching the UIL state golf tournament for the first time in program history.
GEORGETOWN — Georgetown made the most of every hit, while College Station kept searching for the one hit to ignite a big inning. The combination resulted in a 7-0 victory for the top-ranked Eagles on Saturday, propelling them to an area baseball series sweep over the Cougars.
MADISONVILLE — A leadoff hitter often takes several pitches in an at-bat, but College Station’s Jess Carreon didn’t need to Friday.
MADISONVILLE — Nursing a one-run lead can be stressful on a pitcher, but College Station junior Hailey Hudson knows she’s not alone.
A strong five innings by Grant Wood helped the top-ranked Georgetown Eagles to a 4-1 victory over the College Station Cougars in the opener of a Class 5A best-of-3 area baseball playoff series at Bombers Field on Thursday afternoon.
For much of College Station’s short history, its baseball and softball teams’ practices have extended long into May.
Along with several Brazos Valley athletes, seven College Station boys track athletes were named to the Texas High School Coaches Association academic all-state team.
The College Station softball team is ranked 10th in Class 5A by the Texas Girls Coaches Association and Leon is ranked sixth in Class 2A. Leon, which has won a pair of one-game series to reach the regional quarterfinals, will play West Sabine in a best-of-3 series at Rusk. Game 1 will be at…
Here are the Texas high school softball rankings for the week of May 6 as compiled by the Texas Girls Coaches Association.
The College Station baseball team (26-10) will play top-ranked Georgetown (32-2) in a Class 5A best-of-3 regional quarterfinal series.
District 19-5A softball foes College Station and Magnolia will meet in a best-of-3 regional quarterfinal series with all games in Madisonville. Game 1 will be at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Game 2 at 4 p.m. Friday, and Game 3, if needed, at noon Saturday.
College Station didn’t have many hits against Kingwood Park in the third game of a Class 5A bi-district playoff series, but it got the hits it needed to keep its season alive.
HUMBLE — The College Station baseball team’s season will last at least one more day.
SAN MARCOS — Hailey Hudson hit a home run and threw a shutout for the second straight game to help the 10th-ranked College Station softball team to a 12-0 victory over the Elgin Lady Wildcats on Thursday night, sweeping their Class 5A best-of-3 area playoff series.
MADISONVILLE — The College Station softball team opened its Class 5A best-of-3 area playoff series against Elgin without leading hitter Brionna Warren because the Texas A&M pledge was feeling a little ill. But by game’s end, it was Elgin’s playoff chances that were hurting.
MADISONVILLE — While the College Station baseball team had its moments, the ball didn’t bounce its way enough against Kingwood Park in the first game of a Class 5A bi-district playoff series on Wednesday night at Mustang Field.
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.
College Station left fielder Kendall Tramel turned a potential devastating injury into a win-win situation.
When College Station senior center fielder and pitcher Bryson Lucas committed to TCU as a freshman, he was one of two players in his class of Horned Frog recruits. That number ballooned to 20 by the time he signed, leaving Lucas a difficult decision to make.
WEBSTER — College Station’s Ryan Stapp finished second in the boys 110-meter hurdles in 14.17 seconds at the Class 5A Region III track meet last week, earning a spot in the state meet.
The College Station baseball team will play Kingwood Park in a Class 5A best-of-3 bi-district series.