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The St. John’s girls sports programs dominated the Southwest Preparatory Conference landscape this school year, setting a girls record for championships in one year with five of them.
Strake Jesuit Head Basketball Coach Dominic Amorosa and his staff, will hold three different basketball camps starting the week of June 8th.
As expected, the Episcopal boys track team recently won the Southwest Preparatory Conference championship in Houston.
Senior right-hander Kohl Stewart allowed only three hits and struck out nine to lead St. Pius X to a 5-1 win over district rival St. Thomas in the
Rice pitchers John Simms and Zech Lemond combined on a six-hit shutout to lead the Owls to a 1-0 victory over Memphis in Sunday’s series finale at Reckling
It’s official. The Episcopal baseball team is a dynasty.
The St. John’s softball team scored six runs in the sixth inning Saturday to break a 1-1 tie and go on defeat archrival Episcopal 7-1 to win their
The Rice baseball team posted new season-highs in runs (15), hits (21) and doubles (8) on the way to a 15-2 road victory at Louisiana Tech Wednesday night
Ten Houston Independent School District students from five high schools have been named National Merit Scholarship winners and will each receive a $2,500 scholarship for their undergraduate studies.
The St. John’s girls won the Southwest Preparatory Conference track and field championship Saturday, using Jackie Modesett’s sweep of the hurdles and two wins in the relays to
Today (Wednesday, May 8), National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) announced
On Saturday afternoon in Louisville, horse racing began its pursuit of the Triple Crown with the running of the Kentucky Derby.
Graduating seniors are invited to attend West University Elementary School’s annual Seniors Reunion on Thursday, May 23. The event will be held in the school’s multi-purpose room from 4:30
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - The Rice baseball team rallied for four late runs to surge past UAB and claim a 7-3 Conference USA road victory over the Blazers in
The Kinkaid baseball team, which won the Southwest Preparatory Conference South Zone championship with a 7-0 record, has been here before.