Tiger senior Lauren Mercado, an Oak Forest/Garden Oaks native and Duchesne Academy graduate who is now at Trinity University, has been selected as the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Softball Offensive Player of the Week. What a week Mercado had over the six home games. Mercado batted .611 (11-18), with a home run, eight RBI, and […]
For The Leader Major League Baseball’s Pitch, Hit & Run Competition Comes to Constellation Field for the First Time The Sugar Land Skeeters are excited to host a free Major League Baseball Pitch, Hit & Run Competition for youth in the Houston area on April 25 at 9 a.m. at Constellation Field. Participants are encouraged […]
St. Pius X High School announced the addition of girls and boys lacrosse as varsity sports at the School, beginning competition this spring. The addition of both lacrosse programs will increase the number of sports programs offered at St. Pius X to 23. “We are very excited to bring lacrosse to SPX,” said Athletic Director […]
For the members of Doncaster Secondary College’s boys basketball team, the nearly 14,000 mile trip from Australia to Texas was a long journey but one that was more than worth it, due in part to the warm welcome by the Waltrip Rams on Dec. 13. Russell Lee, head coach of the DSC boys basketball program, […]
Lutheran High North went near and far in selecting its new baseball and boys basketball coaches, respectively.
The Lions hired Garden Oaks resident Andy Moore to coach its baseball team. Moore has extensive experience coaching youth baseball in the Garden Oaks area.
By Michael Sudhalter email@example.com When 2011 Waltrip High graduate Zech Lemond was playing for the Rams’ baseball team, he always knew that playing professional baseball was a strong possibility. “Everybody’s got a dream, so you may as well try to make yours work,” said Lemond, who finished his junior season at Rice University last weekend. […]
Todd Wright has more than 20 years of football coaching experience, but he said his first head coaching job will be a special experience.
St. Pius X head football coach Stephen Hill didn’t know what to expect from his first go-round of spring drills with the Panthers.
Just a few miles from Minute Maid Park, another group of Astros are learning the fundamentals of baseball.