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Big second half propels Texas A&M past Louisiana-Lafayette

All Tyrel Dodson could think of was his grandma’s smile. The sophomore linebacker struggled to put into words what it felt like seeing open field ahead of him after his 40-yard pick six in the second half. more

Rouse seniors shine in Austin-area All-Star game

Chelsea Ham went out in style. The outgoing Rouse senior pitched the first three innings and blasted a home run at the Greater Austin All-Star Softball Game at Westlake last week. Three other Lady … more

Texans hoping to build chemistry before camp begins

The Texans ended OTAs early last week since coming together after the NFL draft in April. The team will relocate to The Greenbrier in West Virginia for training camp beginning on July 26. more

Vandegrift’s season opener selected to be part of inaugural Football Day in Texas

Vandegrift is one of three Austin-area games that will get some extra coverage when they kick off the football season on Sept. 1. more

LISD schools learn district fate after UIL realignment

The six LISD schools learned who they'll regularly play for the next two seasons when the UIL released its alignment Thursday morning. more

Cedar Park girls' soccer gaining momentum as season winds down

The Cedar Park girls’ soccer team is starting to hit its stride. more

Vandegrift holds off late Leander charge

Volleyball truly is a game of runs and Vandegrift and Leander found that out firsthand on Tuesday night. more

Spencer Drango goes from Cedar Park to the NFL

The first offensive play for the Cleveland Browns Sunday in Houston was met with an announcement from the referee: "Number 66 is eligible." more

Pittman shines as Vista Ridge holds off Leander

Jamil Pittman did a little bit of everything Friday night. more

Hendrickson runs away from Round Rock, sets 13-6A playoff picture

Hendrickson's running game of D.J. Jackson and crew ran away with Friday night's 13-6A matchup at Dragon Stadium, coming out with a 62-35 decision at Round Rock.


Cedar Park wins two medals at Swimming & Diving State Meet

Both times Dominic Toledo Sanchez hit the water for the Cedar Park relay Saturday afternoon, the team was on the outside looking in. Both times the Timberwolves brought home the hardware. more

Rouse falls to Prosper in state volleyball final

It wasn’t supposed to happen this way. A winning streak stretching back to mid-August. A spot atop the 5A rankings for all but one week this season. An unblemished district campaign. A set winning streak that lasted nearly 40 sets. Five seniors currently signed on to play at the collegiate level. It all fell apart in five sets Saturday afternoon at the Curtis Culwell Center as Rouse lost to Prosper 3-2 (18-25, 25-21, 25-18, 23-25, 16-14) in the Class 5A state final. more

Texans focused less on football as Houston heals

The Texans’ focus was less on the football field on Monday and more on their home. more

Local teams benefit from 7-on-7 competition

  Just as the summer is heating up, the 7-on-7 football season is starting to wind down.Five LISD schools and Anderson are … more

Cedar Park rolls in rivalry game against Vandegrift

Mak Sexton threw for 350 yards and three touchdowns, Drew McDaniel caught two touchdowns and threw one, and Cedar Park dominated both sides of the ball in a 38-7 win against Vandegrift Friday night at Monroe Stadium. more

McKenna hoping to improve Stars goalie situation

The Stars were in desperate need of an upgrade at goalie. Enter Mike McKenna. more

Army snags Armed Forces Bowl victory

The Aztecs of San Diego State brought the heavy artillery to Saturday’s Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl, but it was the ground forces of the Army Golden Knights and a courageous decision to go for a two-point conversion instead of a tie that allowed Army to capture a thrilling 42-35 come-from-behind victory. more

Hubenak, Aggies hold off Nicholls State

Jake Hubenak has been put in sticky situations before. So when his name was called in the second half of Texas A&M’s home opener on Saturday night, it was like riding a bike. more

Austin City Council passes MLS resolution

The Austin City Council voted unanimously on Thursday to instruct city staff to identify city-owned sites that could be used for a Major League Soccer team. more

Veteran-heavy Stars roster looks familiar

The band is getting back together. Well, kind of. When the Stars won the Calder Cup in 2014, Travis Morin had an MVP season and Curtis McKenzie played the led the team in games and played a vital role in winning the only title in franchise history.

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