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13 Year-Old Neveah Spillman Leads Her Middle School’s Football Team as Starting Quarterback

Neveah Spillman loves sports. Her current position at Maple Park Middle School isn’t typical of girls her age. Neveah is the football team’s starting quarterback.

Good Competition: Astros defeat the Indians behind a dominant pitching performance from Gerrit Cole

If you grew up in a house with siblings who played sports, you are very familiar with the competition. Back in 1982, former NBA player Reggie Miller came home from a high school game excited and elated about the 39 ...

Early Warning: Astros Gerrit Cole takes the mound in Game 2 of the ALDS against the Indians

Earlier this year, January 13th to be exact, an early morning emergency alert warning of an incoming ballistic attack was mistakenly dispatched to all cellphones in Hawaii. That alert set off a mass hysteria of panic amongst the citizens who ...

Astros Fever: Verlander sets the tone as the Astros defeat the Indians in Game 1 of the 2018 ALDS

“Well, I started to feel a little sick a couple of days ago when they announced that the game would start at 1 pm today. So, When I woke up this morning, I just couldn’t make it to school. I ...

Texas’ First Black Football Letterman Whittier Has Died

Julius Whittier once remarked that attending the University of Texas and playing football opened up a larger world for him. It could be said Whittier helped open the university to the world.

Never Settle: The Houston Astros begin their bid to repeat as World Series Champions

One definition of the word settle is: to make stable; place in a permanent position or on a permanent basis. But for the Houston Astros, they have taken that word and made it a mantra for the 2018 Major League ...

NFL and American Cancer Society Continue Decade-Long Fight Against Cancer with Crucial Catch

NFL players including Kirk Cousins, Russell Wilson and Eli Harold talk about cancer's impact on their lives through new social media campaign

Texas Two-Step: Houston Texans Takes On In-State Rival the Dallas Cowboys for Bragging Rights

There are certain things that will let you know you are in the state of Texas. No matter how many times you have seen a person they will still greet you with, “Hey. How are you doing?” Manners is a ...

Champions League: Holders Real Madrid stunned by CSKA Moscow

Real Madrid fell victim to the first major shock of this season's Champions League as the three-time defending champion lost 1-0 at CSKA Moscow.

Ryder Cup: Europe trounces powerful USA in Paris

They arrived with a swagger. They left humbled, sent packing by Europe's band of brothers. This powerful USA team, featuring a resurgent Tiger Woods, were supposed to retain the Ryder Cup. They were supposed to end the 25-year wait to ...

J.J. Watt, defense dig deep in overtime win

As he answered questions at his post-game press conference, J.J. Watt looked exhausted. The Texans had secured a physically and mentally draining 37-34 overtime win in Indianapolis, a hard-fought, first win of the 2018 regular season.

Tonight's Astros Game Postponed Due to Inclement Weather

Tonight’s Houston Astros game, scheduled for 6:05 p.m. CT, against the Orioles at Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore, MD, has been postponed due to inclement weather conditions. The game has been rescheduled for Saturday as the first game ...

Texans Honor Carlos Valdez, Jr. Through NFL Hispanic Heritage Awards

The Houston Texans have selected Carlos Valdez, Jr., Owner and CEO of Las Palapas Hausman and longtime volunteer and former board chair for the YMCA of Greater Houston, as the recipient of the NFL Hispanic Heritage Leadership Award. The NFL ...

Almost Doesn’t Count: Texans Fall to 0-3 After Another Slow Start Against the New York Giants

There is an old cliché’ that says, “Slow and steady wins the race.” Although it’s a great cliché if you are running long distance, it does not work in the National Football League. The Houston Texans got off to a ...

Keeping It 100: Astros Clinch A.L. West

Some say that “You can’t have your cake and eat it too.” I guess the defending World Series champs didn’t get that memo. On a night where the Houston Astros won their 100th game for the second consecutive season, they ...