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The junior high boys’ basketball team went on the road for the penultimate game of the season and a pair of teams walked away victorious, starting with the A-team from eighth grade. more
Brianna Gallaher was able to accomplish a feat only four others have been able to do in the state of Texas over the last 27 years. more
If Sealy head coach Ray Dabney could describe Friday’s win over Royal in one word, he’d use “Finish.” more
Following the Tigers’ 2-0 win over Wharton last week, Sealy head coach Juan Perez noted that he wanted to talk with one of his forwards in order to calm him down a little bit when he got in close. more
It has indeed happened before but the Lady Tigers now find themselves on what’s called a winning streak after ending a district-victory drought on the road in Needville only to follow that up with an overtime battle that ended with the No. 2 team earning just its second loss so far. more
Once an athlete tears a major ligament, the risk of tearing it again increases. more
Brady Rowland (69) and Kane Killough (4) represented their hometown of Sealy at the Diamond Elite East vs. West All-American games last weekend in Las Vegas. more
The list of legendary college basketball coaches often starts and ends with how many games he or she won and how they fared in the big dance. more
Three teams played home games on a Sealy ISD campus and all of them walked away victorious. more
After a pair more of district losses, athletes on the Lady Tiger basketball squad got to enjoy things from the sideline perspective and coach some youngsters from around town over the weekend. more
In the non-district doubleheader with Wharton, the boys’ soccer squad got their offense going in the first half of the game as well and that was in fact all they needed to secure the second shutout of the season. more
After the Tigers dropped their first district game of the year by a 69-41 margin, Sealy head coach Ray Dabney was quick in his post-game press conference, noting the next day’s practice will not be an enjoyable one. more
In the first game back at T.J. Mills Stadium, the Lady Tigers made themselves right at home by spending nearly the entire game in their offensive zone. more
Last weekend saw championships come back to town thanks to a pair of teams, one girl and one boy team. more
Dana Holgorsen was born and played college football in Iowa and he spent the last eight years at West Virginia, but he still thinks Houston is home. Holgorsen was unveiled as the Cougars new … more
For the first time this season, the Houston Cougars found themselves on the losing side of the scoreboard but nearly pushed the game to overtime in the final seconds. more
Coming off a group of games that tested the blood pressure of every Sealy basketball fan that you can read here, the contest with Wharton didn’t help things out. more
The boys’ soccer team has also hit the pitch despite some depleted numbers but will vie for one of the top teams in their district once again. more
Despite starting its regular season a little later than everyone else in the district, Sealy has made up for lost time and hit the ground running, remaining as one of two unbeaten teams in the group. more
Although the Lady Tigers didn’t start on the right foot on the soccer pitch, there is still plenty of time for the team to come around. more
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