The Houston Astros Sunday evening game with the Boston Red Sox on June 18, 2017 is now the Sunday Night Game on ESPN. Below is the release from the Houston Astros organization. ASTROS MATCHUP AGAINST BOSTON RED SOX SELECTED FOR ESPN’S SUNDAY NIGHT BASEBALL ON JUNE 18
Reprinted with permission of Dallas Baptist University DBU's Austin Listi has been named the Louisville Slugger National Player of the Week by the Collegiate Baseball Newspaper, after becoming the all-time home run leader in DBU Baseball history last week. Listi, a senior first baseman from Huffman, Texas, hit .385 (5-for-13)
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Atlanta United midfielder Miguel Almiron single-handedly defeated the Houston Dynamo on Saturday night at Mercedes-BenzStadium. The 23 year old Paraguayan had a brace after 45 minutes and closed out the scoring for Atlanta in the 80th minute for his first career hat trick. Almiron scoreless in the previous eight games
The Crosby Cougars survived to play another weekend after besting the Galveston Ball Tornadoes in the Region III 5A regional quarterfinal Texas high school baseball playoffs. Crosby's 4-1 on Saturday afternoon in Deer Park ended Galveston's season and sent the Cougars on to next weekend's series with Brenham. Galveston had forced
Louis Roesch May 14, 2017 Saturday afternoon's game between the Kingwood Park Lady Panthers and the Crosby Lady Cougars was one for the history books. Whenever these two teams matchup whether in the regular season playoffs, it's a game to be at and Saturday's rubber game in Kingwood was no different.
By Robert H Kelly HOUSTON, TEXAS (May 12, 2017) Connecticut freshmen Cameron Thompson connected for a throw of 60.23 meters (197 feet, 7 inches) to win his first-ever conference title in the hammer throw at the American Athletic Conference Track and Field Championships at the Tom Tellez Track on the campus
By Robert H Kelly HOUSTON, TEXAS (May 12, 2017) Cincinnati’s Annette Echikumwoke completed only two legal throws, but her second throw of 60.97 meters (200 feet 0 inches) in the women’s hammer was good enough to win the first event of the 2017 American Athletic Conference Championships on Friday, May 12,