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Coming out of the halftime break with only a 10-point lead over El Campo, Reece Novicke put his Tiger teammates on his shoulders and provided a career-high 18-point third quarter to help Sealy claim an 88-57 win over the Ricebirds last Friday night. more
After seeing the rival Bellville Brahmanettes at their season-opening soccer tournament in Waller, the Sealy Lady Tigers hosted the team up the road for a non-tournament, non-district tilt last Tuesday night on Mark A. Chapman Field at T.J. Mills Stadium. more
When the opportunity arose to not only vacation in Hawaii, but also play a bowl game that would increase his exposure to college coaches, Sealy Tiger defensive lineman Eric Burns Jr. couldn’t pass it up. more
Coaches always say that you can learn more from a loss than a win sometimes and last Friday’s contest against El Campo could be just that for the Sealy Lady Tigers and head coach Anthony Branch. more
Last Monday afternoon served as the first practice of the team tennis spring season and hopefully the beginning of some big doings in the eyes of head coach Joni Baxley. more
Coming off a trio of wins at the Madisonville Showcase, the Sealy Tiger soccer team notched a 3-0 win in its first action at home over a La Grange Leopard team that will serve as the opening-game opponent in this weekend’s Brenham Tournament. more
With the end of the holiday break so too came the end of the Sealy girls basketball team’s non-district portion of the schedule, owning a 1-1 record in District 25-4A-D1 heading into this week of play. more
The Sealy Lady Tiger soccer team took the field for its first regular-season action at the tail end of the holiday break last week, playing four games in a tournament at Waller High School. more
With the non-district portion of the schedule coming to an end at last Friday’s 61-52 loss to the Caldwell Hornets the Tiger basketball squad started playing the more important games earlier this week with a trip to Wharton. more
Needing surgery to repair the ulnar collateral ligament as a pitcher “hits your soul,” said Garret Zaskoda, a former teammate of Justin Eckhardt. more
After competing at the track and field state championships for Sealy, one former Tiger jumper is looking to further improve on his skills in his second year out west. more
After seeing plenty of positives from the team’s two scrimmages, Sealy Tiger head soccer coach Juan Perez is excited to finally play regular season games and will get plenty out of the gate. more
With a 4-3 record before the holiday break, the Sealy Tiger basketball squad closes its non-district schedule at the end of this week before facing off with Wharton in the district opener next Tuesday. more
A hearty crowd gathered on the grass in between the parking lots at T.J. Mills Stadium the evening of May 29 for the official opening of the newest monument that honors past Tiger athletes and serves as the aiming point for future champions. more
The late T.J. Mills joined the greats on the gridiron from the lone star state earlier this year and took his place in the Texas High School Football Hall of Fame in Waco. more
It’s hard to avoid the cliché “Continues to raise the bar,” when describing the path of Clayton Fritsch’s pole vaulting career. more
At the beginning of each year, all athletes’ sights are focused on the biggest prize of them all; a state championship. more
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