Kristy Wallace is the epitome of tough. The senior point guard never backs down from the big shot, runs the offense on one end while being tasked with stopping the best opponent perimeter player on the other end and is the first to dive on the hardwood or into the crowd for a loose ball.
When a person looks at one of the more successful college programs in the area, it may seem that McLennan Community College doesn’t always make the list. But one look at their men’s basketball, at one time ranked No. 6 in the nation, their baseball and women’s teams, MCC can stack their prog…
Just two games in, it’s already been a heck of a weekend for Matt Heck.
It doesn’t have to be searing hot for a drought to set in, and after a fall and winter with insignificant rains, area lakes and streams are showing the effects. One ranch I visited recently had more bank than tank, and the rancher said he might have to start pumping in water if we don’t get …
Nuni Omot was born 23 years ago in a Kenyan refugee camp where his family stayed for three years after trekking more than 400 miles to escape war-torn Ethiopia.
The thrill of beating national powerhouse Arizona on the road to make the Women’s College World Series is still a vivid memory for the Baylor softball team.
A blue-chip high school offensive lineman or defensive back can – if he chooses – take a more passive approach to the recruiting process. If you’re among the better players in the state at those positions, you’ll be able to sit back and let the college coaches come to you.
Tanner Mordecai has been called the best table tennis player on Midway’s football team. He has defeated Panthers head coach Jeff Hulme a time or two. Mordecai says that he, along with fellow senior Jaxon Player, are the most competitive and that yes, Player does talk a lot of trash while playing on the table inside the football locker room.