ROCKDALE — Jace Robinson threw for 294 yards and seven touchdowns, and Cam’ron Valdez ran for 111 yards and two TDs to pace Rockdale’s 66-7 victory over Austin Hyde Park in nondistrict play.
Player of the week: EJ Ezar, Rudder
Football season is heating up for every team in the Brazos Valley, but for Bryan, the stakes will get even higher on Friday.
Update 4 p.m.: The poll is officially closed.
LEXINGTON — Rockdale scored the first three touchdowns and rolled to a 45-13 nondistrict victory over the Lexington Eagles on Friday night.
With two weeks of high school football under our belts, teams are starting to round into form and either affirm or buck their preseason expectations.
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.
Rockdale head coach Jeff Miller didn’t think he’d be with the Tigers for this long. But as he celebrated his 100th career win at Rockdale, he felt right at home.
ROCKDALE – Cam’ron Valdez rushed for three touchdowns, quarterback Jace Robinson had three total TDs, and Rockdale held off Caldwell 44-36 in nondistrict action Friday night.
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…
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.
ROCKDALE — Rockdale junior quarterback Jace Robinson threw for 441 yards and four touchdowns to lead the Tigers to a 48-24 victory over the Giddings Buffaloes in a battle of state-ranked teams Friday night.
Rockdale learned last season that it’s harder to stay on top than to get there.
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.
Leading 4-1 in the second set and taking the ball to serve, A&M Consolidated junior Joey Tindall knew he and doubles partner Henning Schade were halfway home to making their big move.
A&M Consolidated duo Henning Schade and Joey Tindall got their first taste of the UIL state tennis tournament last year. This season, they’re primed to have the whole three-course meal.
The Normangee girls golf team shot a team score of 361 and sit in third place after Day 1 of the Class 2A state golf tournament Monday at the Roy Kizer Golf Course in Austin.
AUSTIN — Dogged with frustration from last year’s state track meet, Davion Bynaum saw the 2019 UIL State Track & Field Championships as a golden opportunity.
The Lexington softball team beat Rockdale 9-7 in nine innings in a tiebreaker for the fourth and final playoff spot in District 19-3A on Friday.
The Rockdale softball team beat Franklin 12-3 on Monday to tie Lexington for fourth place in District 19-3A. Rockdale and Lexington will play a tiebreaker game at 6:30 p.m. Thursday in Cameron for the district’s final playoff berth. Tickets will cost $4 for adults and $2 for students with 19…
The College Station girls soccer team, which is coming off its seventh-straight district title, will face New Caney Porter, the fourth-place team from District 20-5A, in the bi-district round of the playoffs at 7 p.m. Thursday at Magnolia. The Lady Cougars have a record of 17-3-4. In-town ri…
Here are the Texas Sports Writers' Association 2018 all-state volleyball teams.
A&M Consolidated senior libero Sawyer Nowak and junior outside hitter Sutton Springer were first-team selections on the Texas Sports Writers Association’s Class 5A all-state volleyball team.
As Andy Williams once crooned, it’s the most wonderful time of the year.
A look at this weekend's high school football playoff games.
Eagle writers Maria McIlwain and Jeff Perkins go in-depth on bi-district football matchups for College Station and A&M Consolidated and discuss the Brazos Valley's top games in the opening round of the playoffs.
Offensive player of the week: A&M Consolidated senior quarterback Caden Fedora threw a school-record nine touchdown passes in a 77-7 rout of Cleveland, just missing out on a share of the Class 5A record, which is held by Magnolia’s Jacob Frazier with 10 in a game in 2016. Fedora complete…
Offensive player of the week: Franklin senior Clayton Rosprim carried 23 times for 271 yards and two touchdowns, including a 70-yarder, helping the Lions hand Diboll its first loss of the season in a 34-20 victory.
ROCKDALE — Rockdale’s Jace Robins threw for 329 yards and five touchdowns to lead the Tigers past Jarrell 56-17 on Friday in District 10-3A Division I play.
It’s no trick. High school football fans are in for a treat this weekend across the Brazos Valley.
It just feels right when the Battle of the Bell has district title implications.
Here is The Associated Press high school poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records, points based on 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1, and the team's ranking in last week's poll:
ROCKDALE — Troy’s Zach Hrbacek rushed for 276 yards and three touchdown to lead the Troy Trojans to a 21-17 victory over the fifth-ranked Rockdale Tigers in District 10-3A Division I action.
A look at this week's high school football games.
Offensive player of the week: Hearne sophomore quarterback Micah Smith completed 10 of 15 passes for 292 yards and four touchdowns and rushed for 61 yards and two scores on four carries while leading the Eagles to their first victory of the season, 54-6 over Thrall. Smith added two intercept…
ROCKDALE — The scoreboard at Rockdale’s spiffy new stadium got a good workout in its debut as the Tigers rolled to a 70-6 victory over the Manor New Tech Titans in District 10-3A Division I play Friday night.
Here are Friday’s high school football games involving Brazos Valley teams. All are at 7:30, unless indicated
Offensive player of the week: A&M Consolidated senior running back Julius Howard stepped into a starring role in the absence of Steven Ray, rushing for 152 yards on 10 carries with a pair of touchdown runs, including an 89-yarder. Howard helped the Tigers rush for 197 yards to put the ga…
Here is The Associated Press high school poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records, points based on 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1, and the team’s ranking in last week’s poll:
Offensive player of the week: The Madisonville Mustangs ran wild in their first victory of the season — 49-7 over Caldwell. They were led by junior quarterback Tyrese Brown, who rushed for 158 yards and four touchdowns on 20 carries.
It may not always have been pretty, but at the end of the day, Rudder came away with its first win of the season, beating Navasota 27-7 Friday night at Merrill Green Stadium.
TAYLOR — Rockdale forced five turnovers and scored 22 points in a wild fourth quarter to rally past Lexington 29-27 in a nondistrict neutral-site game Thursday.
It's sometimes hard to tell during the autumn months in Texas, but there are more important things in life than football.
Eagle writers Maria McIlwain and Jeff Perkins offer their takeaways from Weeks 1 and 2 of the high school football season for Bryan, A&M Consolidated, Rudder and College Station and discuss their area games of the week for Week 3.
Offensive player of the week: Lexington senior running back Ja’Kobe Cooper rushed for 307 yards and four touchdowns on 26 carries (11.8 ypc) as the Eagles ran away in the fourth quarter for a 49-28 win over Troy.
CALDWELL — Rockdale recovered an early onside kick to spur a 14-point swing in the first quarter, and Caldwell never fully recovered as the Tigers pulled away for a 35-17 victory on Friday night at Hornet Field.
GIDDINGS — Class 3A Division I defending state champ Rockdale scored a touchdown with 12 seconds left but couldn’t convert the extra-point kick as the Giddings Buffaloes held on for a 17-16 victory in a high school football opener Friday night at Buffalo Stadium.