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The Sugar Land Skeeters honored a baseball legend Saturday by retiring the number 4 jersey of Grover “Deacon” Jones, who has served as a special assistant and advisor to the team since day one. more
In the 125-year history of the Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band, there has been only one combined band commander hailing from Sealy. more
Siblings can sometimes be the biggest motivators, the best support systems, and even better teammates. more
For it being his first time out of the country, Clayton Fritsch quickly found his home in the pole vault competition of the North American, Central American and Caribbean Athletic Association (NACAC) track and field championships in Querétaro, Mexico and came away with the meet record. more
Although he was never that far away from the game, getting back into the daily grind of a baseball has been nothing but a delight for Robbie Ross Jr. more
Born in Alaska and raised in Colorado, Daniel Schlereth was immersed in the world of professional football. more
Constellation Field was abuzz with Sealy residents Sunday evening for the Sealy Day at the Skeeters, hosted by The Sealy News and Sealy Chamber of Commerce. more
Willy Taveras has played in the World Series twice. He had a 30-game hitting streak with the Houston Astros in 2006. In 2005 he was second in Rookie of the Year voting. more
Texas A&M senior Nathan Hite earned first-team honors on the 2019 Google Cloud Academic All-America Division I Cross Country/Track & Field team, as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). more
Although Nathan Hite was certain mechanical engineering would be in his future, track and field was no guarantee even despite a pair of triple jump state championships at the TAPPS 2A level with Southwest Christian Academy. more
With Clayton Fritsch’s second-attempt clearance at 5.75 meters in the pole vault not only set a new personal and school record, but it also served as the first time a trio of competitors cleared that height at the NCAA Outdoor National Championships. more
With their final steps as Sealy High School students coming en route to receiving their diplomas, the newest batch of Tiger alumni put on a show at Friday night’s graduation ceremony at T.J. Mills Stadium and left the field lighting up the sky. more
Staring a possible career-ending injury in the face is not an easy thing to do. more
Creating The Dance Warehouse of Sealy six years ago was a way for Erika Burttschell to continue doing what she was so passionate about in high school. more
Ricardo “Ricky” Padilla is like most other third graders at Selman Elementary School. more
The late T.J. Mills joined the greats on the gridiron from the lone star state Saturday night and took his place in the Texas High School Football Hall of Fame in Waco. more
Sometimes all of the right things can be done, but the chips still don’t fall in the right place. more
An Eagle Scout project will soon help a pair of memorials, that have been languishing on the north side of IH-10 in Sealy, get more attention. more
Sealy veterans gathered last week to learn about how they could benefit from a special kind of friend – a canine. Members of Sealy American Legion Post 442 gathered to hear from Brad Sherwood, … more
The Bellville Hospital Foundation Board of Directors cordially invites the public to attend an old-fashioned town hall meeting at 7 p.m. Monday, April 8, in the Bellville High School … more
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