With her team one step closer to the Class 2A state semifinals, Burton head coach Katie Kieke is hopeful the Lady Panthers are ready to play this weekend.
Just when it appeared Brenham would cruise to the finish line of Friday night’s Class 5A Division II bi-district game, Medina Valley added a few speed bumps.
The Brenham High School boys and girls swimming teams dismissed Huntsville with ease during a dual meet here Thursday night at Blue Bell Aquatic Center.
The number one seed in District 13-5A was supposed to give the Brenham Cubs an “easier” path in the Class 5A Division II playoffs, but that doesn’t appear to be the case in round one.
The Blinn College women’s basketball team defeated McLennan Community College, 100-90, on Tuesday night in the Buccaneers’ home opener at the Kruse Center.
Sophomore Tristan Ikpe scored a season-high 21 points and the Blinn College men’s basketball team erased a 13-point deficit in the second half to defeat McLennan Community College, 89-86, here Tuesday night at the Kruse Center.
Quentin Morgan isn’t inheriting a powerhouse program, but like all coaches, his intention is to turn Brenham High School girls basketball into one.
COLUMBUS — Azhane Graves cried; Kyndal Coufal threw up; and head coach Katie Kieke announced her early retirement.
The Burton High School volleyball team advanced to the Class 2A area round playoffs Tuesday night with a 25-18, 25-17, 25-16 sweep of Milano at Somerville High School.
CYPRESS — Knowing they had just delved into the deepest depths of their talent pool, the Brenham Cubettes could only do one thing: smile.
For the first half of Monday’s non-region tilt with Lone Star College-Cy Fair, the Blinn College men’s basketball team followed a fail-proof game plan: score a bunch of points, and make sure your opponent doesn’t do the same.
The No. 19 Blinn College volleyball team lost to No. 18 Panola College, 25-13, 27-25, 25-22, in the Region XIV Tournament at the Tyler Junior College Wagstaff Gym on Friday in Tyler.
The Blinn College women’s basketball team opened the season with a 96-45 win over Seminole State College on Friday night at the Grayson Classic in Denison.
The Blinn College men’s basketball team started the season on the right foot by defeating Beyond Basketball, 115-89, on Friday night in the Kruse Center.
Former Blinn College baseball coach Kyle Van Hook is being inducted into the Texas Scouts Association Hall of Fame. The Texas Scouts Association is an organization comprised of scouts in Texas from all 30 Major League teams.
Before Brenham took the field Friday night, Eric Hemphill stressed to his teammates the importance of setting the tone on the opening kickoff of the Cubs’ District 13-5A bout with Leander Glenn.
Blinn College men’s basketball coach Scott Schumacher will rely on experience and leadership in the Buccaneers’ quest for nationals this season.
The Blinn College men’s soccer team fell to Angelina College, 5-4, in the Region XIV semifinals on Wednesday night at Brahma Stadium in Bellville.
Blinn College women’s basketball coach Jeff Jenkins has added depth and athleticism to the roster as the Buccaneers pursue a winning season in 2019-20.
After suffering a sweep at the hands of El Campo during the Schulenburg Tournament on Aug. 16, the Burton Lady Panthers fell to a dismal 3-10.
Jan 7, 2019; Santa Clara, CA, USA; Clemson Tigers cornerback Trayvon Mullen (1) intercepts a pass against the Alabama Crimson Tide in the second quarter during the 2019 College Football Playoff Championship game at Levi’s Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports
Banner-Press sports editor Joe Alberico sits down with Blinn College head football Ryan Mahon to discuss the Buccaneers' los to No. 5 Kilgore, as well as a must-win matchup with New Mexico Military Institute this Saturday.
The Brenham High School football team returns to the road this week after a perfect home stand, and now faces a Bastrop Bears ball club hungry for its first district victory.
The Brenham High School volleyball team started strong against host A&M Consolidated on Tuesday, but the Cubettes were unable to build on a big opening set and ultimately fell in four games, 25-16, 21-26, 24-26, 19-25, to the Lady Tigers.
The top teams in District 19-5A continued to spell trouble for the Brenham High School volleyball team Friday night, as the host Cubettes were unable to solve College Station.
It’s fair to assume the Burton Panthers tapped the phone lines during head coach Jason Hodde’s interview with The Banner-Press on Thursday morning, because his team gave him exactly what he asked for.