Snook beat Waco Texas Wind 60-12 in its homecoming game Friday night at Allen Academy’s Baker Field. It was the first win of head coach Boone Patterson’s tenure with the Bluejays.
The scoreboard was active Friday night at Eagle Stadium with both teams combining for 44 points in the second half, but Brazos Christian’s defense came up with possibly the game’s biggest play, a key interception by Stryker Gay in the fourth quarter, to help put away Snook 48-38.
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…
When former Snook coach Chad Lechler decided to change professions, he called his good friend, La Porte offensive coordinator Boone Patterson.
Three Brazos Valley girls basketball players were selected to the Texas Girls Coaches Association all-state team. Snook sophomore point guard was named to the Class 2A team, Two Franklin players, junior point guard/forward Mya Booker and senior guard Tiana Wade made the Class 3A team
The College Station girls powerlifting team exceeded head coach Gregg Frashure’s expectations before competing in a single lift at the state meet. With just one lifter returning from last year’s state team, the Lady Cougars qualified 10 athletes for this year’s meet.
Snook sophomore guard Jaycie Brisco was named to the Texas Girls Coaches Association Class 2A All-State girls basketball team.
The basketball fans in Hearne will call it fate. The fans in Snook will call it a heartbreak. When the clock read zero, it was simply an incredible shot.
College Station will play Pflugerville Connally in Class 5A boys regional quarterfinal action at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at Rockdale High School.
Snook has hired Michael Boone Patterson as athletic director and head football coach. Patterson was La Porte’s assistant head football coach and defensive coordinator.
The top three teams 26-2A won their bi-district basketball games Monday night. District champ Snook breezed to a 49-9 victory over Holland at Cameron High School, 26-2A runner-up Normangee downed Milano 66-34 in Caldwell, and 26-2A third-place finisher Somerville defeated Hearne 74-52 at The…
The Milano girls will face the loser of the Snook vs. Normangee tiebreaker at 6:30 p.m. Monday in the Class 2A bi-district playoffs in Caldwell.
In a District 19-5A girls basketball race that has included a standings shake-up in the form of retroactively forfeited games, the craziest scenario may have yet to come.
SUGAR LAND — Texas high school boys and girls public and private school basketball rankings as compiled by the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches for the week of Jan. 28:
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Family is Chad Lechler’s No. 1 priority, and that’s what it came down to when he decided to leave his post as Snook’s athletic director and head football coach.
Aaron Allert’s nose for the football has made the Lexington junior linebacker the state’s best defender in Class 3A.
SNOOK — Mariya Scott scored 23 points to lead the A&M Consolidated girls basketball team to 51-48 double-overtime victory over the Snook Lady Bluejays on Tuesday.
The Rudder boys basketball team is ranked sixth while College Station comes in at 21st in the latest TABC poll for Class 5A.
BASTROP — Falls City extended its undefeated season to 12-0 with a 63-6 Class 2A Division II area round playoff victory over the Snook Bluejays.
Snook head coach Chad Lechler saw what his team was made of in last week’s bi-district game against Bremond.
If you’re still playing at this time of year, there’s plenty to be thankful for — and not just Thursday’s amazing meal.
There isn’t much quit in Snook.
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.
Burton scored on its first six offensive possessions and took care of business in the de facto District 14-2A Division II title game against Snook on Friday night at Allen Academy’s Baker Field.
It’s been one heck of a ride this season.
The Caldwell volleyball team, District 26-4A runner-up, fell in Class 4A Region IV quarterfinal action to seventh-ranked Fulshear 25-19, 25-16, 25-9 at Navasota on Tuesday night. Fulshear, the 25-4A runner-up, advances to play the Pleasanton-Navarro winner Friday at the Blossom Athletic Cent…
The Snook volleyball team beat Brazos 15-25, 25-21, 25-19, 25-16 in Class 2A area playoffs Thursday. Snook will face Thorndale in the regional quarterfinals at a time and site to be determined.
Offensive player of the week: Rudder senior running back Byron Moore pulled the Rangers out of a sluggish first half, rumbling for 276 yards and four touchdowns on 12 carries in their 52-10 win over Cleveland.
Snook and fourth-ranked Leon both grabbed Class 2A bi-district volleyball victories Monday night.
It’s no trick. High school football fans are in for a treat this weekend across the Brazos Valley.
A look at this week's high school football games.
I wish I had a Time-Turner.
Snook led Bartlett 22-0 at halftime and cruised to a 44-0 win in its District 14-2A Division II opener Friday night at Allen Academy’s Baker Field. It also was the Bluejays’ homecoming.
Here are Friday’s high school football games involving Brazos Valley teams. All are at 7:30, unless indicated
Here are Friday’s high school football games involving Brazos Valley teams. All are at 7:30, unless indicated.
Defense was the name of the game in Week 3.
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.
Centerville 34, Trinity 20: CENTERVILLE — Centerville bounced back from a road loss at Corrigan-Camden with a 34-20 victory over Trinity.
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.
The Snook football team hit the ground running and never looked back as it sped by Brazos Christian 44-8 in a lightning-delayed game Friday night at Allen Academy's Baker Field.
Snook took a step backward last season, but the Bluejays plan on atoning in a big way in 2018.
Caldwell def. Franklin 25-17, 25-17: FRANKLIN — Ciara Wade 4 kills, 3 digs; Emma Fly 4 kills, 2 digs; Tiana Wade 4 kills, 5 digs; Larissa Mendoza 2 kills; 2 digs; Grace Callen 12 assists.
Normangee senior first baseman Lexi Harris was named the player of the year on the Collin Street Bakery/Texas Sports Writers Association’s Class 2A softball team.
Collin Street Bakery/TSWA All-State Softball Teams